New Q-90.1 FM Lineup Starts August 4

'Here & Now', 2-hour 'Diane Rehm' and the return of daily jazz among changes.

Starting Monday, August 4, there are some changes coming to the Q-90.1 FM schedule.

You may have already heard that Tell Me More with Michele Martin is ending its run. In its place, The Diane Rehm Show will expand to a full two hours from 10 am until noon.

At noon, we're proud to introduce Here & Now, a news program with topics related to business, technology, science, politics, and the arts. Here & Now also features interviews with NPR hosts, reporters, and bloggers across the nation.

At 1 pm, Studio Q features Q-90.1 FM's locally-produced music programs. Join us for The Eclectic Chair with Trish Lewis Mondays and Tuesdays, The Audition Room with Rod Bieber on Wednesdays, Backstage Explorer also with Rod Bieber on Thursdays, and The Friday Jam with Jeff Scott on Fridays.

At 2 pm, daily jazz returns to Q-90.1 FM as we present PubMusic PubJazz, featuring the best classic and contemporary jazz artists.

The Vinyl Cafe is moving from its Wednesday timeslot to Saturdays at 5 pm where it will be back-to-back with A Prarie Home Companion at 6 pm.

For more information, keep visiting deltabroadcasting.org.

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