Daybreak, Classical Café, Tafelmusik: Shorter classical pieces, no longer than 15 minutes in length, supplemented with news and weather updates at half-past the hour. These programs take place during the "drive time" hours of WSND's broadcast day, and feature a greater variety of programming.
Morning and Afternoon Concert: Classical pieces ranging from a couple minutes long to hours in length, often featuring longer works such as concertos and symphonies. A similar show is the Weekend Request hour, which works in requests either taken via phone or the Internet.
Pre-programmed Segments: Programs such as "Live! From the Concertgebouw," "Concerts from the Library of Congress," and the "PBS Newshour" are syndicated broadcasts from one of our many broadcast partners.
Specialty shows (Celtic Traditions, ND on Broadway, Big Band): These shows are often hosted by station members with a background in the genres, and feature types of music often neglected by "mainstream" radio.
Nocturne: Our nightly program, featuring rock music. Nocturne's strength lies in the fact that no two programs are the same, and the program has traditionally focused steering clear of "Top 40" hits, and on playing independent, "college rock" that stays true to the station's strength of casting a light on lesser-played music.