Programs A-Z

24 Frames is a KTTZ-TV Original Production highlighting Film, Art, Culture, and Music in Texas. If you know of an artist, musician, filmmaker, or an event we should cover please 

Recorded live every Saturday, A Prairie Home Companion features comedy sketches, music, and Garrison Keillor's signature monologue, "The News from Lake Wobegon."

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Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles. Picture Monty Python trying to imitate car noises. Think of A.J. Foyt telling someone how to open the car hood. Mix it all up, throw in a little Dr. Ruth and a little Smothers...

America's funniest auto mechanics take calls from weary car owners all over the country, and crack wise while they diagnose Dodges and dismiss Diahatsus. You don't have to know anything about cars to love this one hour weekly laugh fest.

 

Channel 5's Keith Kohanek & Marcela Garcia profile locally owned businesses in Lubbock and the surrounding area.

Recorded live every Saturday, A Prairie Home Companion features comedy sketches, music, and Garrison Keillor's signature monologue, "The News from Lake Wobegon."

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Shakespeare Uncovered combines history, biography, iconic performances, academic analysis, and the personal passions of its celebrated hosts to tell the stories behind the stories of Shakespeare’s greatest plays--how...

More than just talking about recipes, Splendid Table explores everything about food: the culture, the science, the history, the back stories and the deeper meanings that come together every time people sit down to enjoy a meal.

What is This American Life? It's "like movies for radio."

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Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! is NPR's weekly hour-long quiz program. Each week on the radio you can test your knowledge against some of the best and brightest in the news and entertainment world while figuring out what's real news and what's...

Each week host and quiz-master Michael Feldman invites contestants to answer questions drawn from his seemingly limitless store of insignificant (but also somehow, important) information.