Sep 21, 2016

24 Frames Summer Movie Review

This week Paul Hunton and Tim Day review their favorite and least favorite Summer movies of 2016.


Sep 14, 2016

Lubbock Downtown Farmer’s Market

This week Larry Simmons from the Lubbock Downtown Farmer's Market joins us to talk about supporting the local food industry.


Aug 31, 2016

24 Frames - Mike Corrales, Lubbock Artist

This week we talk about comic art and being an artist in Lubbock, Texas with local artist Mike Corrales.


Aug 26, 2016

Happy Women’s Equality Day

For this special episode, we are joined by Charlotte Dunham, PhD, Director, Women’s Studies Program, Associate Professor of Sociology and Tricia Earl, Manager/Academic Advisor, Women’s Studies Program at Texas Tech University to talk about Women's Equality Day and the Women's Studies program at Texas Tech University.


Aug 24, 2016

Suicide Squad and The Killing Joke

This week, Rob Weiner (nerd renowned writer, editor and Popular Culture & Humanities Librarian at Texas Tech University) and Robert Mora (owner of Star Comics in Lubbock, Texas discuss the recently released DC Comics films Suicide Squad and The Killing Joke.


Aug 17, 2016

24 Frames - LubbockPride

On this episode of 24 Frames we talk about LubbockPride with President and Co-Founder of LubbockPride!


Aug 3, 2016

Wolfinshell Prop Shop,The Art of Prop Making

This week Charles Short and Joel Martin of Wolfinshell Prop Shop join us to talk about making props for cosplay.  


Jul 27, 2016

24 Frames - PBS Film Festival 2016

This week, on 24 Frames, KTTZ staff members DeNae, Daniel, Reagan and Emily talk about the films entered into the PBS Film Festival. 


Jul 20, 2016

Good Earth Recycling, Renewing Lubbock’s Recycling

This week we are joined by Nick Nowicki and Rachel Gililland of Good Earth Recycling to talk about recycling in West Texas and what we can do to make a difference.


Jul 6, 2016

Star Comics, A Lubbock Landmark

Introducing new host for 24 Frames, KTTZ's Membership Coordinator, DeNae Griffith.  This week we are joined by Robert Mora, owner of Lubbock's landmark comic store, Star Comics.


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