Programs A-Z

  • All This Jazz -- not All That Jazz, mind you, but All This Jazz -- delivers modern jazz, both recent and classic, across a range of styles. The program offers the best of Miles, Monk, Mingus, Moody, McLean, Mulligan; we play all the...

  • American Routes is a two-hour weekly excursion into American music, spanning eras and genres—roots rock and soul, blues and country, jazz, gospel and beyond. Each week, host Nick Spitzer explores the shared musical and cultural threads in these...

  • Big Band Saturday Night has been a staple of Tulsa radio for more than 19 years! Alan Lambert's show transports you to the world of Sinatra, The Andrew Sisters, Rosemary Clooney, Helen Forrest, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw and Harry...

  • The BP Chicago Symphony Orchestra Radio Broadcast Series features concerts from Symphony Center, the home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Hosted by Lisa Simeone, this weekly, two-hour series offers a unique format of engaging and lively...

  • Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin will enlighten, educate and entertain you, enriching your listening experience. Peabody Award winning host, Bill McGlaughlin with his in-depth knowledge of and deep passion for classical music along with...

  • An eclectic mix of Folk, Singer/songwriter, Americana, Bluegrass, Blues, Red Dirt, and anything else we happen to like that week. We also air interviews and in-studio performances by local and nationally known performers.

  • Remember all of those great American standards in the 40's, 50's and 60's, from Bing Crosby and  Nat "King" Cole, Rosemary Clooney and Dinah Shore?  And the popular songs from movies and Broadway shows?  They are all in the Great American...

  • Hosted by multiple Grammy Award-winning musician Christian McBride, Jazz Night in America presents live performances recorded nationwide of this uniquely American art form. The program features storytelling with concert performances,...

  • Straight-ahead jazz in HD is yours 24/7 on Public Radio Tulsa. Here's what's playing right now.

  • Music of the Masters heard throughout the day - timeless classical music from our talented announcers.

  • Launched in 1931, the Metropolitan Opera’s Saturday matinee broadcasts are the longest-running continuous classical music program in radio history. The 82nd season begins on December 8, 2012, with Verdi’s Un Ballo in Maschera, starring...

  • The New York Philharmonic is by far the oldest symphony orchestra in the United States, and one of the oldest in the world. Founded in 1842, the Orchestra currently plays some 180 concerts a year. Music Director Alan Gilbert and a distinguished...

  • Metropolitan Opera
    Launched in 1931, the Metropolitan Opera’s Saturday matinee broadcasts are the longest-running continuous classical music program in radio history. The 81st season kicks off on December 3, 2011, with...

  • Performance Oklahoma is a weekly showcase of performances drawn from concert settings across Oklahoma and is produced and hosted by Kimberly Powell in the studios of KUCO-FM in Edmond. The program has featured the Oklahoma City Philharmonic's...

  • "Classical music is a living, breathing art form with meaning and resonance for our lives today — something always changing and evolving and astounding and, at its best, revolutionary," says Performance Today host Fred Child. This award-winning...

  • Western Swing Music

    Here are a couple of things you need to know about my western-swing radio program Swing on This, airing at 7 p.m. on public-radio station KWGS (89.5 FM) in Tulsa.

    I start with the...

  • The Folk Sampler is about real people, doing real things. It is about the stories we have to tell and the lives we live. It is folk, traditional, bluegrass and blues coming to you from the foothills of the Ozarks since 1978. For playlists, and...

  • The Score with Edmund Stone is a weekly celebration of symphonic music in film, a fascinating cultural adventure through Americas best-loved art form. Movies are one of our most common musical experiences and a gateway to classical music. This...

  • How did you learn to love classical music? You may be one of the more than 40 million people in America - an eighth of the population - who played in a wind band, something that changes you forever. The band community is large and...