Agatha says that the radio station is her way of paying back the traders who come to visit her. The station can be heard anywhere in the Capital Wasteland. Between pieces of music, Agatha sends messages to her listeners, telling them to stay safe and to "...most importantly, stay happy!"
Agatha says that she has prerecorded each session on the radio, which explains why it is possible to hear her playing on the radio even when standing right in front of her. Even if she is killed, her radio transmitter will continue to randomly repeat the songs that she has already completed.
In this station there are six clips of noodling (pure musical improvisation) and five clips of famous pieces from the violin repertoire: three for violin alone and two for violin and orchestra.
- "Gigue" from Bach's Partita No. 3 (BWV 1006)
- "Preludio" from Bach's Partita No. 3 (BWV 1006)
- "Grave" from Bach's Sonata No. 2 (BWV 1003) (Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach.)
- The exposition sections of the first two movements ("Allegro ma non troppo - Violin Concerto in A minor" and "Adagio ma non troppo", respectively) from Dvorak's Violin Concerto in A minor, Op. 53 (B108)
- "Zigeunerweisen" (Gypsy Songs/Airs) by Sarasate, Op. 20
- Killing Three Dog leads Agatha to make a small speech about how it is horrible in the Wasteland.
- As well as dedicating songs to various caravan merchants, she also dedicates a song to the Lone Wanderer and her late husband.
- Agatha pronounces Crazy Wolfgang's name in the traditional German style (as Wolf-gung), even though every other character, himself included, pronounces it in the English fashion (as Wolf-gang). This is most likely due to her education in classical music.
- She will stop mentioning a merchant if they have died, though Lucky Harith is not mentioned in her dedications at all.