• Composer Rutter returns to Dallas to premiere new work

    If you’ve ever been in a choir, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve sung the music of John Rutter. The English composer stopped by KERA while in Dallas to conduct the world premiere of his latest work.

  • Wireless Sensors Help Scientists Map Staph Spread Inside Hospital

    Whatever lands you in the hospital or nursing home also puts you at risk for acquiring an infection, possibly one that’s resistant to antibiotic treatment. Staph infections are common problems in health care facilities, and many Staphylcoccus aureus bacteria are now resistant to drug treatment. Chances are you’ve heard of MRSA, which is the kind… Read more »

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    The Impact Of Blasts On The Brain

    Traumatic brain injuries contribute to the difficulties military personnel can face after returning home. We’ll talk about the aftermath with the author of a National Geographic story on the topic.

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    Oil And Politics: A History

    This hour, we’ll learn how money and politics became fast friends in the Texas sun with Alan Peppard of The Dallas Morning News. His three-part series, “Islands of the Oil Kings,” concludes in this Sunday’s paper.

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    Dallas Neighborhood Hotspots

    Hour 2: Which Dallas neighborhoods are on the rise? We’ll find out this hour with a panel of local architects and urban planners ahead of tonight’s Dallas Architecture Forum discussion, “Dallas’ Emerging Neighborhood Hotspots: Will They Survive?”

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    Volunteer Your Time

    Volunteers are an essential part of KERA’s success. One of the best ways to support public broadcasting for North Texas is to volunteer your time. There are a variety of opportunities to accommodate your interests and schedule. Please read below for more information about each opportunity. Sign up to volunteer » Radio On-Air Membership Campaigns In […]

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