There’s a new weekday news, arts and culture program coming to the West Texas airwaves – Texas Standard.
Produced at KUT in Austin, with collaboration from public radio stations in big cities and small towns across the state, Texas Standard brings West Texas listeners a new source for expansive coverage of statewide, national and international news – from a distinctly Texan perspective.
Starting on Monday, March 2 – Texas Independence Day – you can catch the show live each weekday from 10 – 11 am.
In addition to carrying the program, we’ll also be regularly contributing to it – bringing the sounds, stories and unique personalities of West Texas to listeners across the state.
So, you’re probably wondering: “What does that mean for Talk at Ten?“
Long-form interviews with community members, local organizations and interesting people from far and wide have been a staple of Marfa Public Radio since we launched – so that’s not going away.
Talk at Ten will be re-branded as West Texas Talk – and will continue at its 6:30 PM slot every weekday.