On January 5, 2004, the syndication company Superadio will expand its program of offerings by adding "Broadway's Biggest Hits" to its roster of shows. The two-hour weekend program, which currently airs on 33 stations nationwide, features songs from current and classic Broadway musicals, as well as interviews with Broadway stars.

The program was launched as "Sunday Showtunes" on Phoenix's KOY radio in 1997 and went national in 1998. It was retitled "Broadway's Biggest Hits" in 2000. Among the affiliates that currently broadcast the program are CKWW in Detroit, KABL in San Francisco, KEZW in Denver, KOY in Phoenix, WDRC in Hartford, and WOKY in Milwaukee.

"Broadway's Biggest Hits" is hosted and produced by Bud Wilkinson, who worked for Fox-owned Channel 10 in Phoenix before starting the show and wrote for The Arizona Republic for 20 years.

For a complete list of stations on which "Broadway's Biggest Hits" may currently be heard and for other information about the show, visit www.broadwaysbiggesthits.com