Local Shows

Tomorrow's Water Today
9:00 am
Mon June 16, 2014

'Tomorrow's Water Today' to return July 21

KETR's weekly water news series "Tomorrow's Water Today" is on a summer hiatus and will return on Mon. July 21.

Outdoors
11:48 am
Fri June 13, 2014

Summer deer hunting in the Hill Country

Axis deer are plentiful in much of the Texas Hill Country. Luke captured this image of a nice buck and doe while hunting with his friends Terry and Dave.
Credit Luke Clayton

Earlier this week, Luke went down to the Texas Hill Country for a short Axis deer hunt with his friends Terry Tate and Dave Velasco. Tune in this week for a good hunting tale!

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Mary Clark Traveler
9:00 am
Tue June 10, 2014

Penguins-a-poppin' on Magellan Island

Penguin partners protect their precious payload.
Mary Clark Traveler Blog (http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com)

Scores of penguins choose Magellan Island on the Magellan Straits of South America for their summer getaway, despite the crowded conditions and human onlookers.

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Outdoors
11:24 am
Fri June 6, 2014

Fishing Destinations

Some trophy freshwater redfish from Lake Calaveras
Luke Clayton, Steve Nixon

Luke speaks with San Antonia area guide Steve Nixon of www.sanantoniofishingguides.com and Captain Mike Williams, who leads fishing trips into the Gulf of Mexico from Galveston.

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Movie Picks with Alice Reese
7:43 am
Fri June 6, 2014

Summer fun, summer sad with 'Edge of Tomorrow,' 'Fault in Our Stars'

Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley star in "The Fault in Our Stars."
wordandfilm.com

This week, Alice gives thumbs up to an action movie - "Edge of Tomorrow" - and two very different love stories: "The Fault in Our Stars" and "Words and Pictures."

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Notably Texan
6:10 pm
Fri May 30, 2014

Vince Lujan and band carve their own musical path

Vince Lujan performing live in-studio during the May 28th edition of Notably Texan
Credit Matt Meinke

Vince Lujan has led his group, The Vince Lujan Project, through more than 12 years of recording and gigging around Texas, which is no small feat for a self-sustaining band.

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Outdoors
11:09 am
Fri May 30, 2014

Moonlight bass fishing on Lake Fork

Larry Large talks night fishing and enjoying the outdoors with Luke this week.
Luke Clayton; Larry Large

Luke's guest this week is his longtime friend and frequent hunting and fishing buddy, guide Larry Large from Lake Fork. The topics today run from night bass fishing to exactly why people enjoy the outdoors. If you love the outdoors, you'll probably enjoy listening to these two veteran sportsmen talk shop!

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Movie Picks
9:43 am
Fri May 30, 2014

'A Million Ways' raunchy, 'Maleficient' not for young kids

Scene from "A Million Ways to Die in the West"
Universal Pictures

The creator of Family Guy and Ted has stepped into the world of the western with "A Million Ways to Die in the West." Reviewer Alice Reese finds admirable points in the casting, the music, the scenery, and the direction - but not the script.

This week Alice shares her thoughts on "A Million Ways," plus the new Disney offering, "Maleficient," starring Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning.

Alice Reese is the movie reviewer for the Greenville Herald-Banner, the Rockwall Herald-Banner, and has been offering her insight to KETR's audience since December 2008.

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Notably Texan
5:15 pm
Fri May 23, 2014

Willie and Kinky push for legal pot in Texas

Willie Nelson campaigning for Kinky Friedman during a 2009 stop in Plano.
Credit starlocalmedia.com

Icons Willie Nelson and Kinky Friedman recently conducted a Texas Herbal Radio Network tour live from Willie's bus, chatting about a passionate topic for the two Texans - Pot.

The legalization of marijuana, the cultivation of hemp, and the potential benefits to Texas' small farmers were the main topics of discussion.

As the host of Notably Texan,  I jumped at the opportunity to speak briefly with these two legends about their favorite green, leafy subject.

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Outdoors with Luke Clayton
11:25 am
Fri May 16, 2014

Shooting the darkness

Ken Blackstock's Off Road electric buggy rigged with the Nite Site. These units can now be driven in total darkness without the use of lights. A very stealthy way to sneak up on wild hogs.
Luke Clayton

This week, Ken Blackstock with Plano Golf Carts tells about a system he is using that allows one to drive off road vehicles in pitch darkness using an infra red scope with screen mounted in front of the driver.

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