The Saturday Light Brigade airs live from 6 am to noon Eastern on Saturday mornings. SLB is available to non-commercial radio stations in weekly free-standing increments of one to six hours for live or time-delayed broadcast. A variety of program distribution technologies are available.
SLB wants The Saturday Light Brigade to engage your local audience. A toll-free number enables local listeners to reach us live and participate within our larger community of listeners. We regularly talk about community events and activities within each affiliate’s region so that we may bring their work to a broader community, thus bringing people together from different areas and backgrounds.
If you would like to carry SLB, please contact Larry Berger at larry at slbradio dot org.
Original Historiddle puzzle with answers from early-rising adults, who reminisce about early AMC cars.
Station ID from 13-year-old Alexis, a member of the SLB youth radio training program; 4-year-old Elizabeth talks about playing baseball with 6-year-old brother Jackson and makes a musical request.
Interview with photographers Richard Kelly and Maria Bevilaqua and about an exhibit showcasing the bridges of Pittsburgh at the Silver Eye Center for Photography.
Interview with 4-member panel about city-wide activities for Month of the Young Child.
A young boy names Ethan calling to talk about what he was doing and his plans to clean his room.
Live performances from 8 high-school students in Pittsburgh Musical Theater’s production of Fiddler on the Roof.
Live performance and interview with Pennsylvania duo Fitzgerald and Beach.
New listener Jim responds to a call for silly jokes in an on-air call.