KNAU Station Information
Mon December 5, 2011
KNAU Holiday Programming Schedule
A schedule of programming airing on KNAU nightly beginning at 7:00 p.m unless noted otherwise.
Tinsel Tales I
Stories from the NPR archives.
Joy To the World
All Songs Considered
Off-beat pop holiday music hosted by NPR’s Bob Boilen.
Christmas with the Morehouse & Spelman Glee Clubs
Gospel from two traditionally black colleges.
Christmas with the Annie Moses Band
Celtic and classical holiday sounds as heard on her PBS special.
A Chanticleer Christmas 2011
Classic choral sounds.
Welcome Christmas 2011
Featuring VocalEssence, heard frequently on A Prairie Home Companion.
Kim Burrell’s Jazz Gospel Holiday Special
From Jazz at Lincoln Radio, hosted by Wynton Marsalis.
A Carolina Christmas from Biltmore Estate
Appalachian folk traditions.
Echoes of Christmas 2011
The Dale Warland Singers with Holiday classics.
Tinsel Tales II
More from the NPR archives hosted by Lynn Neary.
Jazz Piano XXII
A long-running NPR tradition of jazz pianists playing holiday favorites. Recorded at the Kennedy Center.
Hanukkah in Story and Song
Hanukkah Lights 2011
Host Susan Stamberg celebrates the first night of Hanukkah with stories and memoirs.
A Paul Winter Solstice
From St. John the Divine in New York, the Paul Winter Consort is joined by musicians from the world over.
A Christmas Carol
A classic performance by Jonathan Winters of the Dickens favorite.
New music for Christmas by American and British composers
A Car Talk Christmas Carol (5:30 pm)
A slightly bent version of the Dickens favorite starring Click and Clack, the Car Guys, plus a stellar guest cast of NPR personalities.
St. Olaf Christmas Festival 2011
A service in song and word that has become one of the nation’s most cherished holiday celebrations.
Christmas with Madrigalia 2011
Performance of an eclectic holiday program by this Rochester, New York-based choir.
Lessons and Carols from the Washington National Cathedral
The Christmas Eve service with music and readings.
New Year’s Day Live from Vienna
Champagne, Strauss waltzes and the Vienna Philharmonic ring in the New Year.