Live Here This Week
Live Here, a public affairs and community program from Panhandle PBS, investigates issues of concern to the people of Amarillo and the Texas Panhandle. Whether it's education, crime, drug abuse or the arts, Live Here gives you an in-depth look at life in the panhandle.
Interview with Carol Lovelady, just named Executive Director of PPHM.
Steve Walton and historian Rebecca Erbelding discuss the diaries of Walton’s grandmother.
Mayor Harpole and Councilman Burkett discuss what happens after the 2016 elections.
Host Karen Welch takes a look at refugee relocation in Amarillo, Texas.
Live Here Clips
Panhandle PBS and Amarillo College host a focus group on the future of Amarillo.
Panhandle PBS Senior Content Producer Karen Welch talks with first-generation student Linda Duong as she completes her degree at Amarillo College and looks to the future.
Live Here Full Episodes
Karen Welch brought in City Councilman Brian Eades in for an exit interview.
Boom to bust – a Texas Panhandle town endures the economic effects of cheap oil.
Go behind-the-scenes of a Texas Forensics Associate Workshop at the Amarillo PD gun range.
Yellow City Sounds Live Presents the Red River Songwriters in concert. #LiveHerePBS
National Teacher of the Year Shanna Peeples shares her experiences with Panhandle PBS.
Get a look at the post-election landscape for Amarillo. #LiveHerePBS
Panhandle PBS talks with Jeff Blackburn and James Farren on citizen police oversight.