HPPR hosts & contributors
Beata has served as HPPR's volunteer webmaster since 2008, including responsibility for the website’s development, maintenance and troubleshooting.
In her day-job Beata works as a Programmer Analyst for Maxor. She resides in Amarillo for over fifteen years with her husband Dan. As a member listener, she enjoys everything High Plains Public Radio has to offer, from music to news and regional features. Beata spends free time tending to her garden, playing with her cats and dogs, reading and listening to classical music.
Community: Amarillo, TX
Community: Denver, CO
Profession: strategy, management and organization consultant
Community: Tecumseh, OK
Community: rural Wallace County, KS
Home community: rural Haskell County, KS (PO Box 699, Sublette, KS 67877)
Phone: (800) 678--7444 (Garden City studios)
Dodge City's Marshal Allan D. Bailey is the host of Western Swing & Other Things and has been broadcasting great western swing music from the Swingin' Gate Ranch for more than twenty years. In addition to presenting hard-to-find recordings from his vast collection, Marshal Bailey also enjoys researchingthe history of each recording when the information is available and sharing it with his listeners.
2004 Inductee into the Kansas Western Swing Society Hall Of Fame.
2009 Inductee into the Western Swing Society of the Southwest Hall Of Fame.
2010 Cowtown Society of Western Music's Disc Jockey Of The Year.
Phone: 800-678-7444 (HPPR studios)
Home community: Dodge City, KS
Phone: (800) 678-7444 (Garden City studios)
As the host of "Open Range" Steve Johnson brings a lifetime of hearing and performing a wide variety of music to this unique program. Growing up in a home where everything from opera to Bill Evans and the Beatles were heard and embraced, he studied piano in college where he became passionate about free-form radio where you might hear everything from punk rock to classic country or jazz in the course of a few hours."Open Range" is your invitation to an hour of radio unleashed- presented with heart and humor. All you need for this adventure is an open mind and open ears.
Community: Garden City,S
Phone:(800) 678-7444 (Garden City studios)
Amarillo Symphony Presents is a one-hour program broadcast during the summer and fall that features live recordings of the Amarillo Symphony Orchestra and the Harrington String Quartet. Host Mark Haslett also produces the program. Haslett has been a part of the HPPR family since 2006, when he started as host of All Things Considered. Haslett became the station's News Director in 2007 and later served as Director of Programming. Haslett also produces and hosts the occasional classic jazz special program Reflections on HPPR.
Home community: Amarillo, TX
Phone: (806) 367-9088(Amarillo studios)