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KAZU Sunday Sound Adventures
Sundays, 4-5 p.m.

One hour every Sunday at 4 p.m. on KAZU, we take our listeners on a Sound Adventure, whether it be a musical documentary, historical / scientific journey, or just something current that we hope our listeners will enjoy. 

Current and recent programs, see below.
For older programs, see archives page.

(KAZU reserves this time slot for public radio documentaries and seasonal programs.)

Latest Episodes
  • A musical history of the "Prince of Motown" Marvin Gaye is the subject of this program.This program follows the hits of Marvin Gaye during his Motown years.
  • Musician David Crosby, a two-time inductee into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has died at 81. Listen to an hour sampling David Crosby’s essential recordings with guest panelists Anthony DeCurtis of Rolling Stone Magazine and music critic Holly Gleason adding commentary.
  • As a major Antarctic ice sheet shows signs of collapse, it’s no wonder we feel some “climate anxiety.” Can we leverage this emotion to spur action? That, and where hope lies, in this episode.
  • Archival tape, oral histories and contemporary interviews paint a vivid picture of the last, and what may have been the most difficult year of Dr. King's life.
  • This 'Living on Earth' holiday storytelling special features stories of how other species on this Earth touch human lives.
  • Some of the top names in music who passed away in 2022 are noted and celebrated in this hour long special hosted by Paul Ingles.
  • It’s Jazz, Charlie Brown: The Vince Guaraldi Story. Music that summons memories of childhood and the holidays.
  • A mixture of Mambo, Rhumba, Latin Jazz and fun. Enjoy your Christmas break and winter holiday season with a little "Latin Jazz" fun. Soak in the excitement with Poncho Sanchez, Celia Cruz, Ray Barretto, Sheila E, Carlos "Patato" Valdes, The Joe Loco Quintet, and others.
  • Classic Jazz from many of the masters as they interpret holiday and Christmas favorites. The playlist includes music from Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Kenny Burrell, The Modern Jazz Quartet, Ahmad Jamal and many more.
  • "John Ono Lennon" is an hour public-radio memorial and celebration, much of it told in Lennon's own words and musics, from interviews, albums, outtakes, antics and poetics.