Study Up For ‘Think’: The World Of War Photography With Anne Wilkes Tucker

In Anne Wilkes Tucker’s exhibition, WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and its Aftermath, viewers get a look through the lens at the many sides, stories, and effects of war. The collection is one of Tucker’s final projects before retirement in June 2015. She joins Think today at noon to explore the history of war photography and look back on her forty years at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.  

From The Newsroom: Abbott Courts Hispanics, Doctors Fight C-Diff

The top local stories this morning from the KERA Newsroom: While candidate for governor Democrat Wendy Davis was at the Texas Tribune festival along with the hopefuls for Lt. Governor, her opponent, Republican Greg Abbott, was in the Rio Grande Valley attempting to secure the Latino vote. And we hear why patients taking antibiotics are at risk for the nasty infection C-Diff.   

Art & Seek

Saturday Spotlight – Art, Art, and…More Art!

  For this week’s Art & Seek Spotlight, we’re going all over North Texas to check out art at the 29th Annual DADA Fall Gallery Walk and Bike Swarm. From Denton to Oak Cliff, there are more than 35 galleries to stop at showing everything from paintings and sculptures to colonial era tribal art and works […]

Think with Krys Boyd


‘Hamlet’ On Film

The ghost of King Hamlet announces himself on film in various ways, some of them quite entertaining. Guest host Jerome Weeks takes inventory of the versions with Shakespeare scholar Samuel Crowl.

Nation/World News from NPR


Groundskeeper Willie speaks out on Scottish independence vote

When a program or series across the pond gets the parody treatment, it usually means you’ve arrived. With countless spoofs and parodies behind them, the leader in the clubhouse for the past several years has been Downton Abbey. From Jimmy Fallon to Saturday Night Live to Funny or Die, the British period drama has been the target of some top-notch brilliance in recent years. Prior to last weeks referendum vote on Scottish independence, there were countless celebrities putting in their two cents for both sides trying to swing the vote for either ‘Yes Scotland’ or ‘Better Together’.

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