BBC OS Returns March 30
Update: BBC OS will remain on hiatus from KUER’s main program schedule during the coronavirus crisis. Morning Edition will continue to air national and local headlines until 10 a.m.
Daylight saving time is plenty controversial, thanks to the lost hour of sleep and the changing of clocks. On the other hand, the Utah legislature just passed a bill to keep the state on Mountain Daylight Time year-round. (The bill is headed to the governor’s desk and even if it’s signed, still faces obstacles.)
Here at KUER, the changing of clocks affects one show on our program schedule in a big way. Starting Monday, March 9, we’re unable to air BBC OS in its regular 9 a.m. time slot, due to the three-week gap between when the United States and the United Kingdom each observe daylight saving time.
During that time, you can catch another hour of NPR’s Morning Edition from 9 to 10 a.m. Monday through Thursdays, including something new to KUER listeners: Check out Marketplace Tech at 9:30 a.m.
And, you can still hear BBC OS on KUER-2, which is available on your HD radio, our mobile app, and via our live stream at KUER.org. (Looking for other shows? Here’s the BBC World Service schedule for this interim period.)
BBC OS returns to our schedule on March 30. Thanks for your patience during the interim — and don’t forget to set your clock.