KGNU is independent, non-commercial, community radio for the Colorado Front Range. KGNU broadcasts to Boulder county on 88.5 and 93.7 FM and to Denver on 1390 AM. World music programming on KGNU includes:
Dub Palace, Sunday Nights, 2200-2400 MT. Dub, Dub Step, and Future Dub… An exploration into the past, present, and future of Dub music. With rotating hosts.
Corriente, Tuesdays, 1900-2100 MT. Corriente, Spanish for “current”, is a bilingual program offering news, poetry, features and a wide range of Latin music, from traditional to contemporary rock and hip-hop. The show also includes Universo, a Spanish-language astronomy segment. Corriente begins with ¡Que Onda!, a topical bilingual show on local issues for the Hispanic community. With T. Valladares, Ellen Klaver, Bekaluna and Roberto Sequeiro.
Musica Mundi, Wednesdays, 1900-2100 MT. This world music show spans the globe and musical styles, from obsure field recordings of authentic chants, to contemporary pop. With rotating hosts. In this time slot on the first Wednesday of the month, KGNU airs Seolta Gael, Celtic music with Karl Kumli.
TerraSonic, Saturdays, 1200-1300 MT (on 1390 AM only). An hour-long magic carpet ride around the world of music, exploring familiar routes and new traditions in international sound. From Asian Dub to Afro-Beat, Indian Breaks to Moroccan Roll; from then to now and here to there - TerraSonic conducts weekly experiments in its free-form world music laboratory. Hosted by Joel Davis.
Reggae Bloodlines, Saturdays, 1300-1600 MT. The second longest running Reggae show in the US covers reggae and its roots: Ska, Rock Steady, Dub, Dance Hall and More. With rotating hosts.
African Roots, Saturdays, 1600-1800 MT. Dance to the beat of Africa's jungles, streets and townships: jitjive, Rai, Soukous, African jazz, Mbnaqanga and Afro-Caribbean rhythms. With rotating hosts.
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