10-episode Roundup

September 21, 2021 00:27:37
10-episode Roundup
On the Line
10-episode Roundup
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Show Notes

This week's "On the Line" reviews highlights from our first 10 episodes.

It's a great way to introduce someone new to the podcast — and to take a look back at all our fascinating guests so far.

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Other Episodes

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October 26, 2021 00:50:00
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Halloween Special: Scarlett Lewis and Pamula Pierce Barcelou

This week's special Halloween episode features a double dose of Texarkana thrills and chills. In Part 1, host Karl Richter spoke with Haunted Texarkana Ghost Walk host Scarlett Lewis about the tour and her love of local history, and she shared some of her favorite spooky tales. Part 2 is a conversation with Pamula Pierce Barcelou, whose father, Charles B. Pierce, made two iconic horror movies — “The Legend of Boggy Creek” and “The Town That Dreaded Sundown” — in and around Texarkana, based on true local stories. She spoke about her father's legacy in the horror genre and beyond, and what she's doing to preserve it. Happy Halloween! LINKS Haunted Texarkana Ghost Walk (Facebook) "The Legend of Boggy Creek" official website ...

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November 30, 2021 00:01:52
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Thanks for listening!

Thanks for listening to the first 20 episodes of On the Line! Here's how to support the podcast and give us your feedback. We'll be back with a new episode next week. ...

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February 22, 2022 00:40:32
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Les Minor & James Bright, retiring and incoming Texarkana Gazette editors

Texarkana Gazette Editor Les Minor is retiring next week after almost 40 years with the paper, including 35 leading its newsroom. Host Karl Richter sat down with Les to talk about his memories and accomplishments, and what it's like to leave behind the profession to which he has devoted his life. Les's successor, Gazette General Manager James Bright, joined them to talk about his vision for the paper and what readers can expect after the transition. ...

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