According to Alabama Public Radio (the operators of WHIL-FM (91.3) in Mobile), the reason their live programming feed for the BBC World Service, an international radio news service of the British Broadcasting Corporation (the BBC), usually deviated from the programming schedule for the live Internet stream on the official World Wide Web site for the service on Saturday between 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. is because their feed was not the same as the one used on the official site for the service.
You may learn more about the live programming feed streamed through the official site for the BBC World Service by visiting the "schedule" section of their official World Wide Web site. You may also learn about the company that provided the programming feed used by Alabama Public Radio (American Public Media) by visiting the official site for the company.
(note: the first paragraph was amended to explain the BBC World Service)
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