Mondays at 9 p.m. and Saturdays at 6 p.m.
We take you behind-the-scenes of Texas A&M University. After the premiere last month, "Texas A&M Today" Season 2 continues to celebrate Aggies making a difference. Meet influential community members, discover meaningful stories and learn new Aggie Facts. Watch on KAMU or stream for free on PBS.org or our YouTube channel.
You can tune in to Episode 2 of "Texas A&M Today" on Oct. 9 at 9 p.m as we focus on Aggies dedicated to innovation. Learn more about interdisciplinary space research, check out the many uses of 3D printing and discover what is in the air we breathe. Plus, watch a special Q&A with Tim Green, the director of the Bush Combat Development Complex.
Later this month, watch Episode 3 on Oct. 23 at 9 p.m. In this special episode, we interview some familiar faces and discuss the rich history and growth of the Bryan-College Station music scene. We also learn about a robotic arm in an on-campus greenhouse, see the progress made toward a new vet hospital and find out some pet care myths and facts.
Traffic Director, KAMU-FM
Howdy, Aggieland! My name is Hector Niño and I currently serve as KAMU-FM's Traffic Director, which means I ensure the broadcast day flows the way it should. This month, tune in as Season 49 of "Austin City Limits" continues on KAMU-TV. You can also celebrate the holiday season early with an "All Creatures Great & Small" Christmas special airing later this month. As Traffic Director, I host "The Heart of Art," a radio show airing Saturdays at 2 p.m. on KAMU-FM or anytime on our website or wherever you get your podcasts. I first came to KAMU five years ago as a student worker. Back then, my future profession was still a blur. However, that early experience solidified my decision to work in the broadcasting industry. I am so grateful to KAMU for providing me the experience necessary to succeed in this field. Now, I get to give back to the community that provided so much for me, partly by giving artists opportunities to showcase their work through my show. KAMU really is the gift that keeps on giving.
In the newest documentary from Ken Burns, "The American Buffalo" tells the tale of this symbolic animal and the people who have worked to save the species from extinction. Taking viewers on a journey through 10,000 years of history, this two-part series details the untold story of the buffalo and its importance to Indigenous people across North America. When the species neared total extinction in the early 20th century, see how an incredible group of people encouraged a nation-wide effort dedicated to saving the buffalo.
Part one of "The American Buffalo" airs Monday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. with part two following on Tuesday at the same time. You can also watch a re-airing on Sunday, Oct. 22 starting at 1:30 p.m.
The newest season of "Around Texas with Chancellor John Sharp" comes to KAMU this month. Follow Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp and his team for their fourth season of taking you across this great state. Learn more about the special people and stories that make our university system one-of-a-kind. New episodes premiere every Thursday at 7 p.m. starting Oct. 5, with re-airings on Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m.
An evening full of drama continues this month on KAMU. Tune in to the Season 2 premieres of some must-watch programs starting Sunday, Oct. 15. Begin with "Hotel Portofino" at 7 p.m., immediately followed by "World on Fire" at 8 p.m. and "Annika" at 9 p.m.
Want to catch up before the premieres? You can stream the previous seasons of each program with KAMU Passport now.
The fall season is in full swing here at KAMU, and with that means special Halloween programs! This month, we are airing a series of spooky editions to your favorite PBS KIDS programs. Starting on Oct. 10, tune in each morning for a special airing of a different Halloween-themed episode.
And be sure to watch during the Halloween weekend for a mini-marathon. From Oct. 27-31, you can watch some of your favorite PBS KIDS Halloween specials all morning long.
The calendar might tell us it's fall, but your thermometer and landscaping might disagree.
Each Wednesday morning at 7:42 a.m., City of College Station Water Resource Coordinator Jennifer Nations hosts her "Waterful Wednesdays" segment on 90.9 KAMU-FM, providing us with great tips on how to conserve this precious resource while saving some money along the way.
How serious is Jennifer about conserving water? Let's just say she'll chastise you for carelessly watering your driveway and sidewalk -- and do so while wearing her toilet-shaped earrings (Not a joke!).
Don't want to wait until Wednesday to learn what's on Jennifer's mind? Check out the complete archives of "Waterful Wednesdays" on our website.
AGGIE PARK • TUESDAY, OCT. 3
DOWNTOWN BRYAN • FRIDAY, OCT. 6
RUDDER PLAZA • WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18
LINCOLN RECREATION CENTER • THURSDAY, OCT. 19
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