KXT’s On The Road crew took a breather from the chaos of SXSW with Irish artist and poet Hozier, which yielded this stunning performance of “Take Me To Church” on the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge.
Today, THINK host Krys Boyd will be talking about criticism with a trio of North Texas critics: D magazine’s Nancy Nichols on food, the Star-Telegram‘s Preston Jones on pop music and KERA’s Jerome Weeks about everything else. She’ll ask us how we justify ourselves, didn’t our mothers teach us any better and how do we sleep at night? Highly recommended, five stars.
Texan Scott Harris was born a redhead, got bullied as a redhead and decided to document what it means to be a redhead. So he went to Scotland, where there are more “gingers” per capita than anywhere else – and where they get teased the most.
Gini Mascorro knows more about holiday music than most. In this interview that aired on KERA FM, Gini shared a bit of her knowledge – and a sneak peak at KXT’s Christmas Anthem playlist. That show airs tonight at 6 on KXT 91.7
See photos from this years Index Music Fest.
See video from the KXT studios of a U.K. band making its first trip to North Texas.
Take a look back at KXT’s second annual Summer Cut: The Happy Funtime Fest. Were you there?
Once again, Art&Seek's intrepid reporter/producer snags a Texas AP Broadcasters award.
For this Big Deal you can see and hear Ira Glass re-create his unique radio sound.
It’s Holocaust Remembrance Week – and “remembering” is getting tougher, because so few survivors remain. That’s where Dallas documentarian Dylan Hollingsworth comes in. He’s traveling the world, recording and photographing survivors. And he sat down to share some of their stories with KERA’s Lyndsay Knecht.