Relax with WSDL 90.7 FM on Saturdays

Feb 8, 2018

Here comes Saturday. Congratulations, you made it through another work week! whether you have time to take care of things around the house, relax, or have some errands to run,  take WSDL 90.7 with you.

The day begins at 6AM with a new offering from WHYY- The Pulse with Maiken Scott. The Pulse is a show for curious people who ask: "Yeah, why is that?"

The affable Rick Steves remains at 7AM with Travel With Rick Steves.  A lively mix of guest interviews and listener calls, "Travel with Rick Steves" goes beyond the Europe that Mr. Steves is famous for, with shows covering travel and cultures across every continent.

Weekend Edition Saturday, airing 8-10 needs no introduction, of course. Scott Simon updates you on the news and feature a wide range of topics including, sports, entertainment, books, and so much more.

At 10AM, have a laugh with Wait, Wait, Dont Tell Me.

Tallia Shlanger brings you the highlight interviews s and performances from World Cafe  while exploring trends in contemporary music and culture on Conversations from the World Cafe at 11AM

Undercurrents Weekend Saturday at noon

At Noon, get ready for UnderCurrents Weekend, an exhilarating mix of new records and deep favorites, punctuated by street interviews, cooking and conversation. Hosts Gregg McVicar and Gabriela Castelán will ease you  from your the hectic week into a playful weekend state of mind.

Stick around at 2Pm for live performances from eTown. Come for the great music, but stay for the e eChievement Award, given each week to individuals around the country who tackle social or environmental issues in their community.

eTown, Saturday at 2PM

Remember the 1960's? Kim Clark does, and she serves up the best of pop, soul, British Invasion and more with a emphasis on regional hits and lesser known cuts from the era on her program, Dig! with Kim Clark.

Juke in the Back, Saturday at 4PM

Go even further back in time at 4PM to the dawn of the rock & roll era with Matt the Cat on The Juke In the Back. Matt highlights the pioneering bands who made the rhythm and blues  records of the late 1940's and early 1950's that blazed the trail for American popular music.