The main problem with trying to cover the hits of the entire world is time. There’s so much music, and only so much time in a day. And not only is there so much new music, there’s a whole world of classic hits, too.
There are a near-infinite number of ways to stack the same music, but what works best? What’s the right mix of regions, of new to old, and current to recurrent to classic? The best way to know is to try them out for a while, and as we roll through variants of the format, the sound is going to dance around the center on a regular basis. At its core, this is currently a world hits radio experiment. But we’re happy for you to listen in.
In fact, join in. The RadioLab is for discussions of the format of the station. For reference, the current variation will be listed in the Station Status to the left.