HAM Radio and Homeschooling: A Good Fit
What about socialization? Ham radio may seem like a hermit’s hobby, sitting alone in a room with a bunch of electronic equipment, but it’s actually very social. It’s all about talking to other people on radio. By Chris Mahar.
Most people think “Broadcasting” began with Guglielmo Marconi in 1895. However, there were several antecedents to Marconi, and, yes, even “broadcasts” before Marconi’s experiments.
The Rap ‘n Tap FAQ
History of crystal radio, vocabulary, and troubleshooting tips. Link to the discussion group, too, if you need help.
Dunkle Unkin’s For Kids
The site features original Real Audio stories and songs, including a number of safety songs from The Love & Safety Club for Children.
History and Politics Outloud
Significant recorded or broadcast speeches by famous personages, from Winston Churchill through Bill Clinton, about 1930 – 1999.
A daily radio program produced by WXPN-FM, a service of the University of Pennsylvania. Its primary mission is to provide entertaining and educational programming for kids.
Nathan Hale High School Radio Station
C89.5 plays pop-hits music live from Seattle. You can also listen to their CD collection.
Pulse of the Planet
Each weekday, Pulse of the Planet provides its listeners with a two-minute sound portrait of Earth, tracking the rhythms of nature and culture worldwide and blending interviews and extraordinary natural sound.
The radio station just for kids 12 and under. Begins broadcast immediately, so make sure your sound volume is how you want it. Needs a fast connection. Have only your browser application open.
Radiolovers.com – Free Old Time Radio Shows
We offer hundreds of vintage radio shows for you to listen to online in mp3 format, all for free. Before the days of video games, shopping malls, MTV, and the Internet, families used to sit in their living room each night to listen to radio shows such as Abbott and Costello, Superman, Groucho Marx, The Avenger, Gunsmoke, Sherlock Homes, and many others.
Top radio streaming website. Works with Winamp and iTunes. Listen to music from all over the world! Or learn how to use their software to create your own online radio station.
Tell Us A Tale
My name is Peter Jones, and I am your host. For those of you already familiar with the radio program and storytelling that spawned this website, consider this your personal invitation to find out more about the people and characters behind the voices you hear each Sunday from noon to 2 pm on Charlottesville, Virginia station WTJU 91.1 FM.
Zucchini Brothers Radio Show
Modeled on oldtime radio, back before there was TV, “Live! at the Clubhouse” is a great place for young listeners. It’s educational. It’s got facts about science and nature. And, it’s always 100% healthy and 100% fun!