Sweet music for some local NPR fans

03.28.2008 by André Natta · → 6 Comments

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WBHM logoThat may be the sound of local public radio fans enjoying the sound of NPR programming becoming more noticeable on Birmingham’s Alabama Public Radio station WBHM 90.3 FM. The station has announced that due to the Classical Public Radio Network‘s planned closure before the end of the year, they will be introducing three new shows from NPR to our local programming schedule.

The three new shows, The Diane Rehm Show, Here and Now, and Talk of the Nation.will begin broadcasting locally on Monday, March 31.

The radio station’s website has additional information about the changes being made, coincidentally during their spring pledge drive.

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3choBoomer
3choBoomer

I am really excited about this! WBHM will finally get some money out of me now!

3choBoomer
3choBoomer

I am really excited about this! WBHM will finally get some money out of me now!

Jeff
Jeff

They could pick up some of the blues, jazz, and bluegrass programming from WVUA .

Jeff
Jeff

They could pick up some of the blues, jazz, and bluegrass programming from WVUA .

CJ
CJ

I already emailed 'em to let them know how EXCITED I am about additional NPR. :) I'm a fan of WBHM anyway, but I could definitely use more news and less classical music.

CJ
CJ

I already emailed 'em to let them know how EXCITED I am about additional NPR. :) I'm a fan of WBHM anyway, but I could definitely use more news and less classical music.