When I clicked on the link, it centered on a small town near me. I'm pretty good with maps, so I clicked on what I thought was the Chattanooga area and got WAWL. Then I clicked again, aiming for the Nashville dot, and got a classical music station in Nashville, where I enjoyed music with a bassoon prominent in it. I started rotating the world and clicking on the dots — Italy, London, Israel. I'll bet it would be helpful to listen to native speakers like this, if you're learning a new language.
Actually, it felt to me like time travel. I listened to stations in places where it was already the next day. How weird is that? I "went" to Australia, to India, to Japan. Here's a radio station in Groningen in the Netherlands. I found a station in Stadskanaall, close to the home of my friend Margreet in the Netherlands. This is FUN. I'll have to save this link. It's a NEW way to travel the world.