On Air Highlights

<p>On Air Highlights</p>

Eliot Tretter Leads an LDC Discussion (with Carmen Llanes Pulido and Kaz Wojtewicz)

Fri, 2019/12/06 - 1:00pm

People United presents coverage of a panel discussion about the proposed 2019 revision of the Austin's Land Development Code, featuring urbanist and housing and transportation advocate Chris "Kaz" Wojtewicz and community organizer Carmen Llanes Pulido, and moderated by geographer Eliot Tretter.

Up Around the Sun w/ Alaskan Fiddling Poet Ken Waldman

Tue, 2019/12/03 - 9:00am

Under the X in Texas hosts live in studio Alaskan Fiddling Poet Ken Waldman with Up Around The Sun Jerry Hagins & visual artist Texas Music Hall of Famer Tim Kerr before their TexAlaskan Holiday Show at Cactus Cafe Wednesday the 4th.  Tuesday , 12/3 ,  9am-11am.

Dougherty Arts Center

Mon, 2019/11/25 - 1:00pm

Austin Artists features guests from the Dougherty Arts Center and live music from Mary, Rose and Devin. Monday, 11/25, 1 pm.

Women, Fair Trade, & the Border

Fri, 2019/11/22 - 1:00pm

People United talks with Leona Calvo and Laura Hoyos of Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera, the organization that is sponsoring the 2019 Women and Fair Trade Festival the weekend of November 23-24 at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin, as well as with documentary filmmaker Anne Lewis, who is screening excerpts from her video podcast "As

John Gibler on the Ayotzinapa Tragedy

Fri, 2019/11/15 - 1:00pm

People United features journalist John Gibler on his book I Couldn't Even Imagine That They Would Kill Us: An Oral History of the Attacks against the Students of Ayotzinapa, an account of the 2014 police attacks on five busloads of students and soccer players in Iguala, Mexico, where six people died and 43 students were abducted and never

Barbara Nesbitt

Sat, 2019/11/09 - 3:00pm

The Singer and the Song welcomes Barbara Nesbitt. Barbara is one of Austin's finest singer/songwriters. She used to be one of the Whiskey Sisters and has shared the stage with Willie Nelson, Bob Weir, and so many others. She's the real deal, and she's also what I call a hoot (and as you can see from the photo below, she's the Queen of Hearts)!

Silvia Federici on Capitalist Accumulation and Violence against Women

Fri, 2019/11/08 - 1:00pm

People United features feminist philosopher Silvia Federici, whose books include Caliban and the Witch: Women, the Body and Primitive Accumulation and Witches, Witch-Hunting and Women, on capitalist accumulation and violence against women.

Boots on the Air

Mon, 2019/11/11 - 1:30pm

Veterans! … this is our day! Tune in to Boots on the Air on Monday, Nov. 11 at 1:30pm CST / GMT -6. (1330 hrs) to hear interviews with veterans of many eras and conflicts. Also hear Pres. John F. Kennedy honoring vets on Nov. 11, 1963. And a special treat … The Letters From Home Singers perform music from some of the great USO shows of years past!


Wed, 2019/11/06 - 12:00pm

The International Folk Bazaar welcomes Longriver, aka David Longoria, who will be playing live in-studio and talking about his new album Of Seasons.

Shandon Sahm

Sat, 2019/11/02 - 5:15pm

The Singer and the Song welcomes Shandon Sahm. Shandon was a longtime member of two historic Texas rock bands, The Meat Puppets and Pariah, and he's also the son of the legendary Doug Sahm, who he is celebrating right now with his new release, Sahm Covers Sahm. Shandon lives in the Netherlands now, so we're especially thrilled to have him in Texas celebrating his musical roots.


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