Discover the world of public radio with Ear Guide! Public radio is commercial free, listener supported public broadcasting. You might be fortunate enough to live in an area of the country where you can turn on your radio and listen to programs from NPR and PRI, such as All Things Considered, A Prairie Home Companion, and Car Talk, just to name a few. But what if you aren't near a radio? Or what if you missed this week's episode of This American Life? Or what if public radio isn't available in your area? The good news is that public radio is also available on the Internet! Literally hundreds of unique, commercial free, public radio broadcasts are available to you if you have a reasonably fast Internet connection, a media streaming player (RealAudio, Winamp, etc.) and Ear Guide! Ear Guide is similar to the popular TV Guide magazine - but instead of TV programs, Ear Guide lists hundreds of popular public radio stations and programs that you can listen to at the click of a mouse button. Ear Guide has over 400 different radio programs listed, from over 100 different public radio stations. In addition to listening to live public radio broadcasts, Ear Guide also has a library of audio archives that you can listen to at any time. If you are a fan of public radio, then Ear Guide is a "must have" addition to your software collection!