Shepherd’s radio station adds All Things Considered to its schedule

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The inside of Shepherd’s Radio Station WSHC
The inside of Shepherd’s Radio Station WSHC (Courtesy of Shepherd University)

Shepherd’s radio station WSHC 89.7 has added National Public Radio’s afternoon news program, All Things Considered to its schedule.

All Things Considered covers the biggest stories of the day alongside commentaries and features on everything from arts and life, to music and entertainment.

The radio program originally started airing in 1971 on National Public Radio and is the nation’s second highest rated program.

Listeners can tune in to WSHC 89.7 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the weekdays and 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the weekends to hear the latest episodes of All Things Considered.

The addition of All Things Considered to WSHC’s schedule was made possible through a partnership with West Virginia Public Broadcasting and Shepherd University.