Observer Radio Episode 49: Laying Prisoners to Rest in Huntsville


Dan Patrick with the Buc-ee's mascot
Dan Patrick and Buc-ee the beaver.  Via Facebook

In this episode of Observer Radio, staff writers Patrick Michels and Melissa del Bosque join us to discuss the controversy surrounding Dan Patrick’s endorsement for lieutenant governor by the owners of the much-beloved convenience store chain Bucc-ee’s. Also, Freelance writer Robyn Ross stops by to talk about Captain Joe Byrd Cemetery in Huntsville where roughly 100 prisons inmates are buried each year.

In the guest spot for this episode, freelance writer Anis Shivani and author James Magnuson discuss his latest novel, Famous Writers I Have Known.

Observer Radio now appears on KPFT in Houston at 4:30 p.m.on Fridays, KOOP in Austin on Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m., and KEOS in College Station on Sundays at 6:30 p.m.

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