Hi, I’m Mark Bramhill. I’m an independent radio and film producer based in Houston, TX. I’ve interned with NPR’s Planet Money and I’m an alum of the Transom Story Workshop. I’m currently a student at Rice University. I produce the critically acclaimed podcast Welcome to Macintosh, a show about Apple, its history, and the community around it. My work has aired on local NPR stations across the country, including KCRW, WCAI, and NHPR. You can find me on Twitter, or you can send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you!
“Has a pleasant voice!” — iTunes reviewer
A portrait of Playhouse 1960, a community theatre in Houston, TX, as they prepare to put on Noël Coward’s play Blithe Spirit.
The story of a farmer, a man in a pickle, a German opera producer, 100 ewes, and a production that took the New York art world by storm. Produced with Jon Earle. Winner of the 2016 UnFictional Award for KCRW’s 24-Hour Radio Race.
The story of how a YouTube video made Steve Jobs dance.
Walking down Main Street in Hyannis, MA, Joe talks about his biggest regrets.
Sarah Outen is on an adventure: doing a lap of the world powered only by her own muscles. She travels by bike, kayak, and row boat. Her trip has brought her the best — and worst — moments of her life. And now, four years after starting her journey, Sarah is preparing for the final leg: rowing home from Cape Cod to London.
Captain Mike Orbe sells more oversized fish each year than many fisherman will catch in a lifetime. But his fish won’t be winding up on the dinner table. Mike’s fish are wooden carvings, ranging between two and eight feet long. His most popular carving? The white sperm whale.