I’m not going to assume that everyone makes a habit of tuning in my weekly arts-and-commentary feature every Friday. For the better part of four years, Passing Notes has always been broadcast at 11:06 am after the BBC news. About a year ago we added another slot for the same feature at 6:06 pm – a time that I am particularly happy with as it coincides with drive time.
As it turns out, the folks at WDNA are going to be moving the morning spot to drive time as well – that is, 7:06 am. So, if you’re interested in keeping up with Passing Notes, you can tune in via terrestrial radio in South Florida to 88.9 FM WDNA at either 7:06 am or 6:06 pm. This change in broadcast time will also mean that the podcast will drop about 7:15 am, rather than midday.
The Sunday Time Warp, which has been doing better than ever, will remain on those lazy weekend afternoons from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. And, if there happens to be a musical guest on Segment3, that podcast will drop about 2:15 pm.
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