Well, you are all very kind. Probably too kind. One friend wrote, “I used to listen to NPR exclusively. I’ve switched to Radio Newark!” Please keep your comments coming. You can register and post a note here, call the station at (302) 709-1620, or email info (at) radionewark.com
We’ve made a few tweaks to the rotation — summarized in the table below.
All times are USA EASTERN.
0000 – 0500 Alternating programs between the full Naked Scientists broadcast and Some Assembly Required.
0500, 0700, 0900, 1100, 1300, 1500, 1700, 1900, 2100, 2300 FSN News, National Institute of Aeronautics, Scott Smith’s Daily Boost, National Institute of Health, Nature Watch, an international segment called Hands On Radio which covers work being done in ecology, solar engineering, national infrastructures, health, and more from locations around the world, the VOA news near the bottom of the hour, Don Swaim’s Book Beat (interviews with famous authors), the Naked Scientists News Flash (brilliant!), and Our Ocean World. We end the hour with some meditative music.
0600, 0800, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1600, 1800, 2000, 2200 FSN News, Evan Slack Network (weather, farm and ranching news), Roy H. William’s Monday Morning Memo (genius, friendly, insightful, significant!), Centers for Disease Control (covers a huge range of topics), Our Ocean World, Fitness Boost from Scott Smith (thank you Scott), Book Beat, VOA news near the bottom of the hour, followed by a NASA or JPL segment, Nature Watch, and a short biography on a true hero from Values.com