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Created and maintained by Kevin Kelly, this is a great site for public radio listeners. The site serves as a directory to public radio stations in the US and around the world, linking to both the Websites and audio feeds as well as programming schedules. It also offers program listings by station, time (including what's on now), or program (the list is huge). There are many, many possibilities for... The Web Resource for Radio Hobbyists

Despite the fact that radio predates television by many years, it is still an important and widely used form of communication. is sponsored by Universal Radio Research and is a very informative source of radio technology and news. For users interested in learning how radio works, many basics are described, such as frequency, wavelength, and modulation. An introduction to shortwave radio...
On Point

The host of WBUR's program, Tom Ashbrook, was brought to radio by the attacks of September 11, 2001, and he has distinguished himself by bringing introspective and thought-provoking conversations to the events of the day from around the world. The program is broadcast from Boston, and the show can be heard on this website as well. Visitors to the site can explore the expansive archive here, which...
New American Radio

It's quite unusual that a long-defunct radio program would garner a new website, but this is the case with the New American Radio (NAR) show. During its 10-year run, NAR commissioned and distributed over 300 original works, including conceptual new drama works, language explorations, sonic meditations, and works that "pioneer new dimensions in acoustic space." On the site's homepage, visitors can...