This series explores El Paso’s rich heritage, community, and culture. Each episode features stories from the El Paso community and expounds on topics such as arts, culture, music, economy, living on the border, and more.
This monthly program hosted by Kathrin Berg, features local medical specialists discussing a variety of health topics and answering questions from our viewers.
Each spring PBS El Paso hosts three National Issues Forums where diverse community members discuss their opinions on timely issues impacting our entire country.
306 Sessions is a dynamic variety music show filmed at Zeven Music Entertainment studios in El Paso, TX, created to highlight talented area musicians performing original music.
This monthly series explores the dynamic of close-knit communities—people from all walks of life—who find ways to connect and grow together through mutual hobbies and interests.
High Q is an academic bowl competition for area high school students. Hosted by Dr. Richard D. Pineda, it airs weekly on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Through the American Graduate initiative, PBS El Paso explores YouthBuild, a community based program aiming to provide educational and job opportunities for at-risk youth.
Femme Frontera is a collective of six women filmmakers from the U.S.-Mexico border region.
A new collaborative effort from PBS Texas Tech Public Media and PBS El Paso station highlighting the diverse and unique musical talents from El Paso all the way to Lubbock.
Insight highlights nonprofits and their leaders from across the Paso del Norte region.
Six local veterans were given a voice to share their stories of service and coming home.