Sounds From The Global Village

Sounds From the Global Village is a weekly musical trip around the world. The program offers a mix of traditional and contemporary musical genres from every corner of the globe, along with in depth background on the selections, artists, and countries of origin. You can tour the world without ever leaving the comfort of your own home by tuning in to Sounds From the Global Village.


Colorado Springs, Colorado: 93.3 FM
 Tuesday: 7:00 PM Mountain

Sand Point, Idaho: 88.5 FM
Tuesday: 7:00 PM Pacific

Mena, Arkansas: 88.9 FM
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10:00 PM Central

Two Harbors, Minnesota: 99.5 FM
Monday: 3:00 PM, Friday: 10:00 AM Central

Pacific Beach, Washington: 89.1 FM
Various Times

Libby, Montana: 88.9 FM
Sunday: 1:00 PM Mountain

Florence, Oregon: 90.7 FM
Sunday: 9:00 AM Pacific

Radio Wayne
Internet Radio
Sunday: 10:00 PM, Wednesday: 1:00 AM and 1:00 P.M. Central

The Detour
Internet Radio
Friday: Noon Eastern

Fredonia, New York: 88.9 FM
Wednesday: 1:00 PM

Auburn, New York: 89.1 FM
Fulton, New York: 97.7 FM
Sunday: 7:00 PM Eastern

Geneva, New York: 105.7 FM
Sunday and Wednesday: 10:00 AM Eastern

Zionsville/Indianapolis, Indiana: 91.9 FM
Various Times (contact station for details)

Jamestown, New York: 107.9 FM
Sunday: 5:00 AM Eastern

Ithaca, New York: 88.1 FM
Watkins Glenn, New York: 91.9 FM
Sunday: 2:00 PM Eastern

Springfield, Illinois: 88.3 FM
Tuesday: 2:00 PM Central

Valparaiso, Indiana: 98.3 FM
Sunday: 4:00 PM Central

 New Orleans, Louisiana: 98.9 FM
 Saturday: 5:00 PM Central

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  1. Please help! Can't get local radio station to reply. There was a Global Village radio segment on December 15th here locally in Sandpoint, ID. KRFY. Partof the show included a woman singing jazzy type music in Ethiopia. The host said it was part of a 13 or 14 cd based on African music. Part of the show was west Africa I believe. But what I need is what played just before this. This was a hypnotic melody of a man singing/chanting, I believe in Arabic or an Indian type language. Sounds included sitar and other instruments. Host said the man played an instrument and sang. It was quite long and I thought he had said it was called the "Secret Song" or something to that affect. He mentioned he was Muslim and this was from or part of the Koran. I was driving in white out conditions, snow and couldn't stop to write it down. Please help! Want to purchase this mystic music and would send a donation for your trouble.

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