WBUR Introduces 'The National Conversation With All Things Considered' – Weeknights at 9 p.m.

Beginning this Monday, March 23, WBUR will air special programming from 9 p.m. – 10 p.m. every weeknight. "The National Conversation with All Things Considered,” is a one-hour show focused on the global coronavirus crisis. It will be hosted by NPR's Ari Shapiro and Michel Martin.

“We’re broadcasting this show on WBUR because we know our listeners are hungry for up-to-the-minute news about coronavirus and conversations to try and stay on top of where this situation is headed,” said Sam Fleming, managing director of news & programming, WBUR.

“With so much in flux and people working from home, often with children nearby, it can be tough to find time for listening at regular hours. This evening timeslot, every Monday through Friday starting at 9 p.m., presents a great opportunity to catch up and get answers to pressing questions.”

Sam Fleming

NPR will gather audience questions about the coronavirus — and stories of how people are coping, surviving, and thriving in the new reality — from around the country using the hashtag #nprconversation on social media and through NPR reporters and special guests will be featured to answer questions on everything from epidemiology to economics to exercising at home.



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