For more than 100 years, a family of Fort Worth photographers has captured vivid scenes across Dallas-Fort Worth and around the state. Four generations of Williams photographers have shot thousands of images, ranging from Pancho Villa’s soldiers to author Larry McMurtry, from western landscapes to street life in Fort Worth. KERA’s Anne Bothwell talks to Byrd Williams IV, the last photographer in the line.
This Saturday at 9 p.m., tune in to hear hosts Catherine Cuellar and Randy Gordon chat up Marilynne Robinson. Art&Seek presents The Writers Studio on KERA FM 90.1. The series of interviews with some of our most accomplished authors is produced by The Writer’s Garret. Robinson has been called by the London Times, “The world’s […]
The author of “A Thousand Acres” and many other beloved works chats with Randy Gordon and Catherine Cuellar, the next installment of the radio series produced by The Writer’s Garret.
KXT’s popular concert series kicks off April 24.
Tune in to KERA Saturday night to hear the author of “A Good Scent From a Strange Mountain.”
The author interview series, produced by The Writer’s Garret, continues Saturday at 9p.m. on KERA FM.
The six-week series produced by The Writers Garret kicks off tonight.
Tune in to hear interviews with Jay McInerney, Ann Patchett, Jane Smiley and more, all brought to you by The Writers Garrett.
Last weekend, Audra Methvin won the Dallas Opera Guild Vocal Competition. This weekend, she’ll sing the same program of four arias at the McCammon Voice Competition in Fort Worth. The 27-year-old is continuing her studies at SMU. In the Friday Conversation, she talks to KERA’s Anne Bothwell about the path that led her from her family’s prize pig farm in Levelland to the brink of a career as a soprano.
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