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WELH (88.1 FM) is a radio station owned by The Wheeler School of Providence, Rhode Island. Originally signing on in January 1995 with a pop alternative format and a line up of student DJs, WWKX veterans including Kickin Al Snape, a young Robby Bridges and others as "WELH: Taking Music to New Heights". In 1996 the station moved to a modern rock format programmed by student DJS as "Extreme 88", and later jazz and oldies, eventually offering programming from various groups (including Brown University, Rhode Island College, the Wheeler School itself, and community groups), today WELH broadcasts programming from Rhode Island Public Radio, as it has since October 8, 2011. Its main studio is located on school grounds, at 216 Hope St. in Providence; however, as the flagship station of Rhode Island Public Radio, virtually all programming originates at the network's studios at Union Station in downtown Providence.