The three key members business leaders need on their team to help propel the business to where they want to go (encore broadcast).



Likely Stories: Letting Myself In

Nov 19, 2015

Pleasing, warm, and relaxing all describe the poetry of Anne McCrady.

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Online consumer-centric business principles are revolutionizing the way traditional farming is done.  (Encore airing)

KWBU invites  you to join us Saturday, December 12th for a midday gathering to celebrate the 15th anniversary of public radio in the Heart of Texas. 

The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served and Talmage Minter, artist of the KWBU 15th anniversary poster, will be there signing copies. 

Interested in becoming a supporter of public radio? If you're not already a member you can become one at the event; a $5-a-month membership gets you a copy of the KWBU anniversary poster. 


On Monday, The Texas Tribune will be hosting a symposium on higher education at Baylor University - with topics ranging from affordability to diversity and graduation rates. KWBU's Recently caught up with the Texas Tribune president and CEO Evan Smith to talk about the day-long symposium and what events like these mean for Texans. 

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This is Behind the Story, a program where we take you straight to the source. In this episode we talk about all things elections. After a brief look at the November 3rd ballot items at a state level and local area elections, we’ll talk with Pat Flavin, an assistant professor of political science. We talk about political behavior, why voter turnout can be predictably low in local elections, and how voter turnout might look next year. 

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Companies are taking a more proactive approach to encourage healthy lifestyles for their employees. (*ENCORE)

From the podcast of the same name, Night Vale is a curiously inventive tale.

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Questions, rather than answers, motivate artists and entrepreneurs to create.

Absorbing saga of four generations of a Baltimore family – told in reverse order.