Nathan Bernier

Host, All Things Considered

Nathan Bernier a KUT reporter and the local host during All Things Considered and Marketplace. He grew up in the small mountain town of Nelson, BC, Canada, and worked at commercial news radio stations in Ottawa, Montreal and Boston before starting at KUT in 2008. 

Nathan has won numerous journalism awards including a National Edward R. Murrow Award, Texas Associated Press Awards, Lonestar Awards from the Houston Press Club, and various other awards and recognitions.  

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We get a taste of some of the Austin-area restaurant openings in 2017 from Austin American-Statesman restaurant critic Matthew Odam


New Year's Eve is the biggest night of the year for many local restaurants, so you might consider booking now to ring in 2017 with a decadent meal. We get some recommendations from Austin American-Statesman restaurant critic Matthew Odam.


Update (Dec. 12) – Commissioner Miller joined Chad Hasty of KFYO in Lubbock to discuss both the Tribune's analysis of his Facebook activity and KUT's interview with him last week and to offer some criticism of KUT's interview with him last week.

As with most interviews aired on KUT, our interview with Commissioner Miller was edited to fit our news magazine program. Our 16 minute interview with Miller was edited down to about eight minutes, which is close to our maximum length for an interview during All Things Considered.

Deborah Cannon, Austin American-Statesman

A restaurant blending American and French bistro influences on South Congress Avenue is a neatly packaged concept by the McGuire Moorman Hospitality group, which runs a growing number of restaurants in Austin.

But is there substance to match the style?

We asked Austin American-Statesman restaurant critic Matthew Odam about his new review of June's All Day


Thao Nguyen, Austin American-Statesman

A new restaurant on the U.S. 290 access road between Central Market and Brodie Lane is serving thin pizzas quickly baked in a 900 degree wood-fired oven imported from Italy.

Are the Neapolitan pizzas worth the trip to Cane Rosso? We asked Austin American-Statesman restaurant critic Matthew Odam about his latest review


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