Radio show

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A radio show (also called a radio show) is an entertainment program originally recorded in front of an audience on the radio , for example in the form of a music or quiz program . Radio shows were developed in the United States in the mid-1920s , one of the oldest and most famous being the Grand Ole Opry .

In Germany in the 1960s and 1970s, for example, For example, the quiz programs Alone Against All and Who Asks Wins by and with Hans Rosenthal , which were produced by RIAS in Berlin , are particularly popular. The radio of the GDR relied on the Sunday program Von Sieben bis Zehn , which was broadcast by the Berlin radio . At that time, however, the term “radio show” was not yet in use in Germany.

With the shift in media use to television , the great days of entertainment broadcasts on radio are over. The so-called morning shows , which have been widespread on German-speaking radio since the 1990s, are an exception .