Health in a Heartbeat Weekdays @ 8:30am on 89.1

Health in a Heartbeat is a daily radio series that features two-minute segments providing consumer-health information and the latest news on medical research, patient-care breakthroughs and health-care industry trends. The series launched in January 2000 and is now available to public radio stations nationwide. It is a unique project offered by University of Florida Health Science Center in partnership with the UF radio stations WUFT-Classic 89 and WJUF-Nature Coast 90 and Shands Healthcare....

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Early Music Ensemble Concert: "Dolcezza"

Monday, May 1, 2017 7:00 PM

This event is located at St. John's United Methodist Church, 1501 University Avenue.

Free, and open to the public

Anyone that donates $75 or more to the Texas Tech Public Radio Fund Drive now through Monday will be entered into a drawing for a pair of tickets to the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra's final show of the season, La Bohème.  Also included in the giveaway are a pair of tickets to a premier patron dinner at SoundBites and the opportunity to meet the new President and CEO of LSO, Galen Wixson. The performance is May 6th at 7:30pm with the pre-concert dinner at 6:00pm.

Welcome to Communicators in a Cart! This week, Chris Cook grabs coffee with Professor at the Texas Tech University​ Department of Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering: Dr Kishor C. Mehta, Ph.D., P.E.  

 New episodes of Communicators in a Cart every other Thursday at 11 AM on KTTZ-TV​ Facebook page and #MyKTTZ

24 Frames Podcast: Lubbock Arts Alliance

Apr 21, 2017

This week on the 24 Frames​ Podcast, Heather May from the Lubbock Arts Alliance​ joins us to talk about the upcoming Arts Festival, a 39 year tradition in Lubbock, Texas.  Listen to the full podcast now. Click Here to Listen. For more information about the Lubbock Arts Alliance, visit or #24Frames #MyKTTZ

Meet the Team: Jacob Gurley

Apr 17, 2017

KTTZ-TV is continuing our MEET THE TEAM spotlight, where you can get to know a little more about the people who make all the magic happen at your local PBS station! Meet Jacob Gurley, a Producer at KTTZ!

If you had a million pennies to make a sculpture, what would it be? 

I would stack the pennies on top of each other to form one giant penny tower almost a mile high.

Name something about Texas Tech that makes it special for you.

Texas Tech Public Radio spring fundraiser begins April 21st. This is one of two times during the year when we ask you to make a tax-deductible investment in the radio programming that you expect from us.  Long form news and music is possible on FM 89.1 thanks to your financial contributions.

We have some other wonderful thank you gifts and incentives at the various pledge levels.  Please choose one that is appropriate for you.

Have you ever wanted to become a member of Texas Tech Public Radio? Well here's your chance!
You can always donate more than $5, but $5 is a great way to show your support!
Don't miss out on a unique chance to be able to help fund your favorite public radio program!

All new pledges get a $5 Starbucks card on $5 Friday, April 21st. (while supplies last)

or contact us at (806) 741-8187 and donate over the phone

or contact us at (806) 741-8187 and donate over the phone

Thank you very much for your support of Texas Tech Public Radio!

Join us for a conversation with Lubbock Mayor, Dan Pope on this edition of Faith Matters.

Dan’s goals are to serve the entire community, to create better communication between our citizens and City Hall, and to promote the positive aspects of life here in Lubbock.

You can hear Faith Matters every Sunday at 5:00pm only on 89.1, Texas Tech Public Radio.


Texas Tech Public Television and Radio gives you an inside look at the University. This KTTZ produced show highlights academic accomplishments and much more!