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KLZR Podcasts

We have a number of our shows available to stream on demand.

Each podcast has it’s own web page, so you are able to bookmark any of the podcasts and can visit each podcast individually, bypassing the KLZR website. The website for each spoken word podcast also provides a link to the show’s page on Spotify, Google Podcasts and Amazon Music.

Musical Podcasts

Our musical podcasts cover a wide variety of genres. FCC rules allow us to make individual shows available for a period of two weeks. Each podcast is updated weekly with new content.

Sunday Classics

David Niemeyer’s weekly show featuring classical music and commentary. KLZR’s longest running show.
https://sundayclassics.transistor.fm/

David Niemeyer

Sunday Night Jazz

Roland Williams hosted a weekly Jazz show for years. AJ Biggerstaff has reworked the show recordings for presentation here.
https://klzrjazz.transistor.fm/

AJ Biggerstaff / Roland Williams

Recent Shows from KLZR DJs

A selection of recently aired shows from our DJs
https://klzrdjs.transistor.fm/

Our DJs

Rockin’ The Range with Sandi

Sandi Dalton features rock with an edge
https://rockintherangewithsandi.transistor.fm/

Sandi Dalton

Spoken Word Podcasts

Our spoken word podcasts, Valley Views and Words on the Wind, have the full archive of the shows’ content available to stream on demand. Titles for individual episodes are searchable.

Valley Views

Gary Taylor’s Valley Views features interviews with interesting and influential people here in the Wet Mountain Valley.

Words On The Wind

Over 10 years ago, KWMV invited local poets and writers to read their original work for Words On The Wind. KLZR has continued this tradition. (Find out how to get involved below.*)

* Words on The Wind: Community Poetry & Storytelling

KLZR encourages anyone in our community that would like to participate to contact the station. You are welcome to read your original poems or favorite works of other poets. Storytelling is also welcome. Due to the nature of the show submissions should be less than 5 minutes long.