I'm a retired Broadcaster with over 40 years in radio station management and on-air work. My very first job was "the midnight shift" at a radio station that played soft, easy, nightime music. About 2 a.m., the phones would start to ring with requests. Then the person on the other end would begin to talk. It was then I realized that nighttime can be lonely, worrisome and even frightening for some. That was 1964 and while much has changed, people still wrestle with demons, shadowy images of the day past and the all-to-real fact of lonliness. Nightwatch will shine a little light into that darkness, bring a little humor to those long overnight hours and encouragement for the day ahead. We draw on all the great thinker from Christ to Buddah to Emerson to today's positive writers. Give us a listen, any time, we'll always be doing the same thing all day, everyday, because around our global village, it's always nighttime somewhere.