WANT to find out more about kids' radio programs in your area?
There are a few things you can do. Since many of the programs are on public radio, call your local public radio station and ask them if they air any shows for kids.
Some shows are for very young kids and others are for older kids, so you might want to ask what the "target ages" are for a particular show as well as what day and time it airs. You can also check local newspapers and magazines, or ask your teachers if they've heard of any programs for kids.
To receive a complete listing of shows in the United States, you can join The Children's Music Network. They send members an up-to-date Children's Radio List. (There is a $25 membership fee.)
The Children's Music Network
P.O. Box 307
07645 `Kidspace' is a place on the Home Forum pages where kids can find stories that will spark imaginations, entertain with a tall tale, explain how things work, or describe a real-life event. These articles appear twice a month, always on a Tuesday.