Please join KLRU’s Overheard with Evan Smith for three back-to-back tapings on September 25, 2016 starting at noon in KLRU’s Studio 6A (map) during the Texas Tribune Festival. Doors open at 11:30am. The event is free but an RSVP is required. Entrance is based upon capacity. RSVP here.
Maureen Dowd is a best-selling author and a columnist for The New York Times. In 1999 Dowd won the Pulitzer Prize for her columns on the Monica Lewinsky scandal during the Clinton administration. She has most recently written The Year of Voting Dangerously: The Derangement of American Politics.
Political Correspondent, MSNBC
Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 1pm
Steve Kornacki is a host and political correspondent for MSNBC. He has written for Salon.com, The New York Observer, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and many other publications. Steve currently anchors the 4pm hour of MSNBC Live.
Evan McMullin is a former CIA operative who is currently running as the Independent candidate for President of the United States. McMullin joined the CIA in 2001, spearheading numerous counterterrorism and intelligence operations. After completing his CIA service in 2011, McMullin joined the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs.
We hope you’ll be there as Overheard with Evan Smith continues its seventh season of interviews featuring engaging conversations with fascinating people. The show airs on PBS stations nationally and presents a wide range of thought-makers and tastemakers from the fields of politics, journalism, business, arts, sports and more. Please join us and be part of the studio audience at this taping with Maureen Dowd, Steve Kornacki, and Evan McMullin during the Texas Film Festival. And don’t forget you can watch past episodes anytime at klru.org/overheard.
The Texas Tribune Festival is taking place September 23-25th. This three-day event is your chance to engage with some of the biggest names in politics and public policy as they explore today’s most pressing issues during interactive panels on race and law enforcement, Zika, campus carry and much, much more.
If you haven’t gotten your Texas Tribune Festival tickets, be sure to redeem your special rate of $250 here.