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The Forward Podcast with Lance Armstrong gives the audience a rare and revealing listen into Armstrong's conversations with an eclectic range of personalities—some well-known, others simply with intriguing stories to tell. Guests, which hail from the worlds of politics, entertainment, art, business, sport and beyond, have included Malcolm Gladwell, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Chris Evert and the Avett Brothers. The Forward often touches on the theme, or concept, from which the podcast’s name is dra ...
 
The Ticket: A Presidential Podcast from The Texas Tribune and KUT News. Each Week KUT's Ben Philpott and the Tribune's Jay Root provide a rundown of the week's campaign actions and bring you interviews with people who make a living working on, covering or commenting on the campaigns.
 
Our culture is shaped by technology, and the people building that technology determine how it’s changing our lives. But who are they? And how do they think about their responsibility to the rest of us? From mental health to algorithmic bias, entrepreneur Anil Dash talks to developers, designers, and culture experts to understand the ways tech is changing culture, and what it means for us. Produced by Glitch and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
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In the midst of a pandemic that has disproportionately affected Hispanic and Black communities, Republican candidate Tony Gonzales addressed how he would support people in the 23rd Congressional District, the majority of whom are Hispanic. Gonzales sat down (virtually) Thursday with Texas Tribune political reporter Patrick Svitek to discuss his run…
 
Voters from almost every state are pitching in financially to help flip the Texas House this year, Democratic candidate Joanna Cattanach said Friday. Cattanach sat down (virtually) with Texas Tribune political reporter Alex Samuels to discuss her run for Texas House District 108 in Dallas. She was joined by Akilah Bacy and Celina Montoya, who are a…
 
Join The Texas Tribune at noon Central on Oct. 9 for an interview with Sima Ladjevardian, Democratic candidate for Texas’ 2nd Congressional District, conducted by the Tribune’s Washington bureau chief, Abby Livingston. Ladjevardian is a Houston attorney and political activist. She shook up the Democratic primary to challenge incumbent U.S. Rep. Dan…
 
It would be all too easy to think of your work as preaching to the church - unless by church you mean the streets, and by congregation you mean people.The hard work of the deacon is to be in the world, to take people with you to live with the poor and the oppressed, the sick and the dying in such a way as to develop not a critic’s eye, but Christ’s…
 
Join The Texas Tribune at 8 a.m. Central time July 22 for a discussion with Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar, moderated by Tribune executive editor Ross Ramsey. Hegar will be answering questions about his recently revised revenue estimate for the state and the economic outlook and budget implications as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Hegar, who wa…
 
Former Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro and U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-San Antonio, joined Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith on Wednesday to discuss the recent surge of coronavirus cases in Texas, the federal and state response to the growing outbreak, and what it means for Texans and for the Texas economy. Joaquin Castro serves on the H…
 
With just days left to campaign for Tuesday's U.S. Senate Democratic primary runoff, State Sen. Royce West said Friday during a Texas Tribune event that he is confident that he will win and become a unifying force during such a divisive time in the state and the country. West, of Dallas, who became Texas’ first Black chief felony prosecutor when he…
 
MJ Hegar, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, is already envisioning how she’d work with U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz — confident that she will win both the Democratic nomination and the election in November. Hegar is competing in the July 14 runoff election against state Sen. Royce West. The winner will face off against Republican U.S. Sen. John Cornyn in…
 
Imagine: exiled in Babylon for 70 years. What does it mean to return? There are multiple generations who only have stories of Israel; there are many ideas and many unknowns. They know they must leave behind them Babylon; change is before them, a new thing. The new thing that God is doing. Today, we stand on a precipice; we are looking into a change…
 
We have a good word for the weary world, for the sick, for those who seek to heal, to those who care, to those who sit with the dying. A good word to the fearful and anxious even in a time of pandemic, of physical isolation from one another- even in this time of the coronavirus. Audio from Bishop Doyle's Easter 2020 sermon. Music from https://filmm…
 
The self-isolation of early 2020 inspired Alex and me to sort out the time zones and revisit what had happened since our last edition. Recorded in mid April 2020, here’s some thoughts on what happened in media industries in 2019. We mostly set aside commentary on Covid implications as unknowable, so it holds up surprisingly well given its mid-year …
 
The cross is a banner on our darkest hills, signaling that the instrument of disgrace and death is now a beacon of hope - in the face of an unjust world filled with the vestiges of racism and white supremacy, truly filled with every kind of violence and suffering that we know. Jesus knows our suffering and comes as our shepherd. Music from https://…
 
Join The Texas Tribune at noon CT/11 a.m. MT June 22 for an interview with U.S. Rep. Veronica Escobar, D-El Paso, conducted by the Tribune’s Washington bureau chief, Abby Livingston. Escobar will be answering questions about how the federal government is responding to the coronavirus outbreak across the nation. We’ll be discussing what ongoing supp…
 
Join The Texas Tribune at 8 a.m. CT June 18 for a discussion with Tom Luce, Texas 2036’s founder and chair, and Margaret Spellings, the organization’s president and CEO, moderated by Tribune CEO Evan Smith. Luce and Spellings will be answering questions about their organization’s latest research and data analysis on what the state needs to do betwe…
 
"It’s not about going back, it’s about going forward.” Please welcome Bishop of the Rio Grande Michael Hunn! As we reopen in careful stages, what wisdom can each step give us? Can we lean in to what the church is going to become? What can permaculture teach us as we tend to/plant the new church?By C. Andrew Doyle
 
Malcolm Guite brings poetry to our understanding of current times. Take a moment to rest in this: what can we learn from poets of similar points in history? Listen for good humor, stirring readings, and Quarantine Quatrains. In this new series, Bishop Doyle interviews experts and asks big questions. Where are we going? What does it mean for the chu…
 
Texas Tribune state politics reporter Cassi Pollock sat down with former Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt, a Democrat, for a discussion on her bid for state Senate, the response to the coronavirus outbreak and how the pandemic has reshaped her campaign. In March, she declared her candidacy for Senate District 14, left vacant by former Sen. Kirk W…
 
Watch our interview with state Rep. Eddie Rodriguez, D-Austin, conducted by Tribune state political reporter Cassi Pollock. Rodriguez has represented House District 51, covering much of southeast Travis County, since 2003. In March, he declared his candidacy for Senate District 14, left vacant by retiring state Sen. Kirk Watson, who was named the f…
 
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