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WSHU Listeners' Stories

WSHU Listeners' Stories

We've been celebrating our 30th anniversary as an NPR News and classical music station by sharing some of our behind-the-scenes stories.

We've also asked you to share some of your stories, and we've gotten some terrific ones.  Folks have told us about the programs they just can't live without -  their "public radio moments" - and even how WSHU has figured into some pretty big life events.

It's been hard to choose the "best" stories, but below are some of our favorites.  Read on and learn what your fellow listeners have to say.  Spoiler alert: turns out that WSHU can take some credit for a successful relationship.

  • Bruce Miller, Cos Cob, Conn.18 years ago, when I first started dating a cultured, intelligent, musically accomplished young woman, she and I were driving…
  • Roberta Reese, Danbury, Conn.WSHU is my friend that I can always count on.When I moved from Norwalk to Sherman in 2004, extending my commute from 5…