This would put me to sleep.
I guess this has been around since 2013, but I just discovered this 24/7 radio station featuring 18 years of This American Life archives. With a Sonos system (where I discovered this gem), it makes for great background listening (and also good sleeping sounds).
WNYC has a 14-hour recording of their reporting on 9/11 to listen to if you would like to hear how the day unfolded to radio listeners.
The audio above is a recording of what WNYC broadcast throughout the day on September 11, 2001, beginning shortly after the first plane struck the World Trade Center. It includes the first eyewitness account of the attacks recorded and broadcast that day.
WNYC's radio tower was located at the top of the World Trade Center and broadcast was cut on FM wavelengths after the building was attacked. However, WNYC was still broadcasting on their AM channel which you can hear in the recording.
EDIT: If you want, you can also check out CBS' 1010WINS news broadcast from that morning.
This is one of the few full interviews with Bernie Sanders that I've listened to from beginning to end. His attitude towards conflict resolution is, I believe, the type of attitude we need in The White House. He's a man that stands his ground but also listens to people with differing opinions. He knows that bringing people together is better than dividing them on issues. And with the recent way the political landscape has gone, it seems very obvious that we would be better off as a nation if more politicians followed his route.
How amazing is this? Product placement crossovers were really at their peak in the '80s. This one featured the Burger King Whopper on a pair of AM radio headphones sold at Radio Shack in 1983. The headphones look pretty good actually but as LGR says below in the video, the sound was less than appealing.
The '80s and '90s are real hot right now. When will somebody re-make these with Bose inserts? I mean, c'mon, real Whopper size muffs this time though, ok?