"World Sound Radio" began as the "World Music Show" on KKFI FM 90.1 in the early '90s. A 100,000-watt FM radio station located almost in the center of North America in Kansas City, Missouri, United States; KKFI now streams live continuously on the Internet at KKFI.ORG.
Hosted by Tom Crane, "World Sound Radio" currently may be heard Sundays from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM - US Central Standard Time.
A goal of "World Sound Radio" is to promote world peace and international understanding by exposing listeners to music and information from many cultures. A Swahili saying is, "Musiki Ni Chakula Cha Roho" - "Music is food for the spirit."
All cultures have music and music has no boundaries. Music moves from place to place and changes with the cultures it finds.
Maybe really listening to music from another people and responding to its resonances is a first step toward world peace.