Now, back in February, in a feature called “Joseph Has A Question For You,” I asked you if I should listen to 90.5 WESA, which is one of the three NPR stations here in Pittsburgh, on my clock radio in my bedroom … and I then said that I should do just that. Well, guess what? At around 10:00 this past Sunday morning, I just happened to listen to 90.5 for a few short minutes while I was in my bedroom. At that time, I just happened to listen to Ted Sohier, who is the station’s weekend morning announcer. Ironically, I used to listen to Ted on WQED-FM in the afternoons on a regular basis whenever I was younger. I was able to hear NPR’s hourly newscasts on there back then … and, these days, I can hear NPR’s five-minute hourly newscasts on 90.5. Ted’s voice is very soothing … and he also did a fantastic job as the voiceover for WQED-TV, which is Pittsburgh’s PBS station, for more than two decades.
Well, anyway, I would like you to see me listening to 90.5 WESA on my clock radio in my bedroom.
If you guys need something interesting to listen to, please consider listening to 90.5 WESA in either your homes or your vehicles. Of course, I will continue to listen to the station either on my WESA app, which is on my Smartphone, or online on my computer.
Now, as an added bonus, I would also like to show you a photo of me taking a selfie near one of my bedroom’s mirrors. That would be my tall mirror, which is by my bedroom door.
As you can see here, I will continue to listen to WESA on my clock radio in my bedroom, but I will do it mainly at night just before I go to bed … and, if I need to fall asleep in the middle of the night, I will listen to “BBC World Service” on there. 90.5 WESA is a fantastic radio station!