The Jelly Pudding Show was created by Frank Wood, Jr. in the late '60s, airing on the new classical music station owned by his father. That station was, of course, the now legendary WEBN. The Jelly Pudding Show aired in the early morning hours on weekends and presented deeper album cuts from both popular and obscure artists. The show, with its album-oriented format, became so popular that it eventually led to WEBN changing from a mostly classical format to an album rock station. As that happened, the Jelly Pudding name went away for a number of years until the new owners of WEBN purchased 92.5 in the mid-'90s and the show was revived on Sunday nights with host Mary Peale.