Sunday at 3:00 pm
Nilufar Movahedi produces two shows that air on Sundays from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. The first show, “Saba: The Wind of Love,” is an English-language show that focuses on the music, public affairs, and current events of Iran. Nilufar relates these to the Kansas City community in a way that is relevant to KKFI listeners, which includes: the Iranian Diaspora, Persian speakers, and natives of Central Asia, Afghanistan, and other ethnicities. Nilufar’s audience also includes a broad range of non-Persian speaking listeners such as local musicians and those who enjoy folk music, Middle-Eastern music, and Persian music specifically. Still others listen in because they like the flow of international music programs offered by KKFI on Sunday afternoon: ‘World Sound Radio,’ ‘Saba,’ ‘Sayeh,’ ‘Native Spirit Radio,’ and ‘Sunset Reggae.’
Tous Les Musiques Du Monde April 13, 2013 | 3:00 pmTous Les Musiques Du Monde: Mark & Val's show name for when we're filling in until we find a permanent World Music show for this slot. Despite the name, today we present an hour of klezmer followed by an hour of Latin American music w/a focus on nueva cancion.
Homelessness Marathon- Families at a Homeless Camp Aren’t Exactly Camping October 21, 2012 | 3:00 pmHOUR 7
3pm KBOO in Oregon
topic- Families at a Homeless Camp Aren’t Exactly Camping
Nilufar produces the "Saba: Wind of Love" and "Sayeh" shows on KKFI 90.1 FM. Nilufar’s family emigrated from Tehran, Iran to Kansas City, Missouri when she was the tender age of ten. She arrived with no knowledge of the United States or the English language. Though Tehran is not unlike other large metropolitan cities of the world and the four seasons are similar to those of Kansas City, Nilufar struggled with homesickness for the culture and geography of her home-country. She grew up listening to radio and it has been an important outlet to her for a long time; she enjoys independent radio.