TPR Events & Initiatives

1939 is generally regarded by classic movie lovers as the Greatest Year In Movies. That year alone saw the release of “Stagecoach,” “Mr. Smith Goes To Washington,” “The Wizard of Oz,” and the one of the biggest box office smashes of all time, “Gone With The Wind.” 

Margaret Mitchell’s best-selling novel comes to life in blazing Technicolor; it’s an epic romance set against the backdrop of the Civil War and Reconstruction. Vivien Leigh stars as Scarlett O’Hara, torn between her love for Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard) and Rhett Butler (Clark Gable).

Are You A Poet And Don't Know It? Enter Our Contest

Oct 13, 2014

How do you love Texas Public Radio? Count the ways and send us a poem about it! TPR is having a poetry contest this fall as part of our on-air membership campaign. You’re invited to get your creative juices flowing and submit a poem about your love for TPR in one of four categories:

You're invited to the 8th Annual AccessAbility Fest, San Antonio’s premier resource fair for individuals of all abilities, takes place at El Mercado on Sunday, October 26th, 2014 from 10am-3pm. This free, family-friendly event spotlights programs and services provided by institutions supporting individuals of all abilities, including those with physical, developmental, sensory and/or mental health challenges.

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To celebrate the spooky Halloween season, TPR Cinema is teaming up with the City of San Antonio's Department for Culture & Creative Development (DCCD) to host a community screening of the Spanish-language version of "Dracula" (1931) on Thursday, October 30th at the Mission Marquee Plaza, adjacent to the Mission Branch Library at

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Science took center stage on Friday, September 19th, as TPR brought planetary scientist J. Hunter Waite and neurologist Peter T. Fox to  the University of Texas  Health Science Center San Antonio's  Holly Auditorium. Dr. Waite, affiliated with Southwest Research Institute, and Dr. Fox of UTHSCSA shared the latest from the Cassini mission and advances in the study of brain activity at ultra-high altitudes.

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