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  • The Blacklands Café is a visit each weekday with some of the most interesting people in Northeast Texas. Authors, politicians, representatives from non-profit organizations, business leaders, thought leaders, and others visit with host John Mark Dempsey and "have a cup of coffee on the house." New episodes post each weekday.
  • Carey Mae Parker has been missing from northeast Texas since 1991. People go missing every day, but there’s something unusual about Carey’s case. After two decades without answers, family members made a shocking discovery: Police never launched an investigation. Since June 2017, we've been searching for clues about Carey’s disappearance, and about the people who let it happen. Program note: in May 2019, Buried changed hosting providers and is now partnered with SimpleCast. Find every episode of Buried when you visit https://buried.simplecast.com.
  • KETR's "Notably Texan" is a daily music program dedicated to the singers, songwriters, performers, and music of Texas. This podcast collects and shares the interviews that host Matt Meinke does with various Texas music artists throughout the year on the radio program.
  • The President's Perspective is a short chat with the president and CEO of Texas A&M University-Commerce, Dr. Mark Rudin.Dr. Mark Rudin is the president and CEO of Texas A&M University-Commerce.Topics range from new and exciting developments for our students, faculty and staff at the University to State-wide higher education issues. In Series One, Dr. Rudin explores the A&M-Commerce Strategic Plan adopted for use from 2019 through 2024. Within it are four foundational principles and five strategic priorities and goals.For an archive listing of episodes from the former radio program of the same name dating back to 2010, click here.