Song Geurim is a radio program writer who isn't exactly talented in writing. She's got the passion, initiative, and drive, but due to her lack of writing skills, she still remains an assistant writer. When she was young, the radio was the only thing in the world that she could share with her blind mother. She was consoled by the sounds of the radio and loved it more than anything, so she became a writer. When her radio program is on the verge of cancellation, she succeeds in casting a top actor Ji Suho, who can't do anything without a script.
Radio Free Roscoe was a Canadian television series filmed in Toronto, Ontario. The show was produced by Decode Entertainment, and it first aired on 1 August 2003 on Family, in Canada. It has also been dubbed in French in the province of Quebec and aired on VRAK.TV. The show was later aired on The N in the United States, where the show received funding for a second season. The series ended on 27 May 2005 because The N decided to stop funding the show, and Family, along with Decode Entertainment, could not fill the gap in the production budget. The show was shown on Family until 2007, when it was replaced. In early 2008, The N began rebroadcasting reruns. The pilot was first filmed in New Jersey, with an entirely different cast. Then, the show was going to be based in Nutley, New Jersey and was titled Radio Free Nutley. The show was never picked up until Decode Entertainment decided to move production to Toronto and change the cast and title of the show. However, the show was still set in suburban New Jersey.
“Radio Star” is a South Korean music talk show where the guests and hosts talk openly and intimately about their lives, their pasts and their work. It is part of Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation's "Golden Fishery" programming block.
Radio Active was a Canadian television program broadcast on YTV, based on the Quebec French series Radio Enfer, about group of students at Upper Redwood High managing their own school radio station, called Radio Active. Radio Active had a total of 78 episodes and three seasons dating from 1998–2001.
Free Radio is a television show, created by Lance Krall and Rory Rosegarten. The show originated on VH1, but has also played on Comedy Central, and Super Channel. It stars Lance Krall, prominent for his role on The Joe Schmo Show, and Anna Vocino, who also starred with Krall on The Lance Krall Show. The show focuses on a dysfunctional radio station, KBOM. Krall plays a moronic intern turned moronic DJ when KBOM's regular shock jock, Rip Rebel, defects to satellite radio. Lance eventually gets his own show entitled Moron in the Morning. Real celebrities guest star as themselves with Lance, who often either does not realize who they are or mixes them up with other celebrities on the air. Most of the dialogue is improvised. Starting on November 16, 2009, re-runs of Free Radio began airing in the US on Comedy Central following The Colbert Report. It is currently airing on the Australian Comedy Channel.
No Soap, Radio is an American sitcom that aired on ABC on Thursdays from April 15 till May 13, 1982. The title was taken from an "unfunny" joke that was popular at the time.
The Grumbleweeds' Radio Show was a long-running comedy sketch show that aired for fifteen series between 1979 and 1988, starring The Grumbleweeds and broadcast on BBC Radio 2. The show title was later shortened to The Grumbleweeds. It also served as the name of a 1980s UK television programme starring the group.
Radio Enfer was a Québécois sitcom broadcast on Canal Famille and its later incarnation, Vrak.TV, about a group of students at an unidentified high school managing their own high school radio station. Radio Enfer had a total of 143 episodes and six seasons dating from 1995–2001.
Radio Roo was a children's television programme which featured the adventures of Dennis and Clive, who run a radio station, Radio Roo, based in England that Clive inherited. The show ran for a total of 31 episodes from 1991 to 1993 on the BBC. All episodes were written by Wayne Jackman, who starred as Dennis. The broad Australian accent of Clive the Kangaroo was provided by Ian Tregonning.
Radio Arvyla is a Greek live show hosted by ANT1 in Thessaloniki. It first aired on April 2008. It is hosted by Antonis Kanakis, Giannis Servetas, Stathis Panagiotopoulos and Christos Kiousis. It mainly criticizes the political life and what prevails in the modern social life through parodies,videos and jokes. It's a show that isn't afraid to show the truth and most of the time, it does that, with a humorous way. It airs on weekdays, although some days, most times Thursdays, football matches are shown instead of the show. As of 2011-12 season, it airs Monday through Wednesday. It airs from 23.00 to 00.00, although it used to air from 18.00 to 19.00 during the 2007-2008,2008-2009 season. It is confirmed that the show will continue broadcasting during the 2011-2012 season.The first episode of season 4 aired on 11 of October. All episodes of the show are available online on the official website of ANT1. All four presenters of the show, feel very connected to the viewers. They also moderate at the same Radiostation "Imagine 897", various Radioshows. The Radiostation is broadcasting in Thessaloniki Greece. In addition, all of them are professed T-shirt followers. Among other things, they prefer to wear T-shirts made by various Greek T-shirt labels like Greek Shirts, Vagrancy, Stardust and many more.
Radio G.R.E.M. is an Italian television series.
The 2016 awards are presented at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Scheduled performers: Ariana Grande; Flo Rida; Kelsea Ballerini; DNCE; Hailee Steinfeld; Laura Marano; Zara Larsson; Jordan Smith; Daya; Sofia Carson; and Sabrina Carpenter.
Kreisiraadio was an Estonian comedy act, made up of Hannes Võrno, Peeter Oja and Tarmo Leinatamm. They have been around since 1993 with radio and TV sketch shows. Their sketches have introduced the hazardous sport of stoneball, the character of the arrogant man with a flat hat and that of Alev Ström, the Estonian immigrant in Sweden talking nonsense Swedish much in the same way that their Eurovision Song Contest 2008 submission "Leto svet" (Summer Light) uses nonsense Serbian (along with Finnish and German).
The Playboy Radio Show is a Playboy TV reality series that follows the weekly antics of the various shows on SIRIUS Satellite Radio's Playboy Radio channel. Cameras have been added to the recording studio and capture such programs as The Playboy Morning Show, Night Calls and The Morning After.
The Radio Factor was a nationally syndicated talk radio program, which aired from 2002–2009 and was hosted mainly by Bill O'Reilly. The program, which featured host commentary with a mix of listener call-in and guest segments was broadcast live every weekday from the Fox News Channel studios in New York City from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. and was distributed by Westwood One in conjunction with Fox News Radio. Bill O'Reilly was the host of the program from Monday through Thursday and was joined by co-host Lis Wiehl two days in the week. E.D. Hill was a former co-host as well. On Fridays, the show was usually hosted by a guest host; the most recent rotation included Michael Smerconish, Dom Giordano and Doug McIntyre. The show launched on May 8, 2002 on 205 stations, in 19 of the top 20 markets across the country; as of the end of 2008, his affiliate count was over 400. In addition to terrestrial radio, the show could be heard live on Fox News Talk, available on XM Satellite Radio and SIRIUS Satellite Radio, as well as simulcast over the Internet. February 26, 2009 was the last broadcast with Bill O'Reilly. A news story at the time reported O'Reilly as saying the workload for his radio and TV duties had become too much.