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Old 09-08-2009, 12:00 PM
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Even if you don’t normally listen to public radio, please keep a sharp lookout for your local station’s Holiday/Christmas programming. Start by finding your station on websites such as these:

http://www.npr.org/templates/stations/stations/

http://www.publicradiofan.com/statsearch.html

Check at least once a week (Monday is good) for a holiday 2009 schedule. Check more often when October rolls in! Type “Christmas” and/or “Holiday” 2009 in search boxes to find what may not yet be in plain site.

Once you locate something, post a link and/or complete schedule here and any listen link(s) the station may offer.

Here is a great example from 2008 by station KMST in Lebanon, Missouri - http://www.kmst.org/holiday.html


As previously noted, we are looking for members of other countries as correspondents for Christmas radio programming. It doesn’t matter the language; a brief interpretation and link is enough!

In case you haven’t noticed, radio schedules are a lot harder to come by than television listing, at least in the US. CBC & BBC are good at posting radio schedules. Now, if someone would check them often for Christmas content!
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