I haven't paid much attention to the weekday changes, since I don't get to listen to the radio over-the-air during the day, and since I'm usually writing or otherwise thinking, I can't really listen to talk radio anyway. Especially public radio.
So I was a little surprised to find out this morning that Michael Feldman's Whad'ya Know isn't on WAMU any more. Instead, it's This American Life.
Now, I lurve This American Life (I'm waiting, as we speak, for a few of the box sets -- I haven't decided if they're keepers or gifts), but with the programming shift, it's now on WETA at 11AM, and then on WAMU at noon, which is silly.
(Plus, This American Life is a bit more podcast/stream friendly for me, since it's explicitly divided into discrete acts. Though my favorite timeslot for it was Sunday afternoons.)
Anyway, since I usually don't get started on Saturdays until about noon, anyway, Whad'ya Know was good to have on as I was puttering around the house. So I will miss it.