Gracias por el afecto. Han sido 47 años de trabajo Y toda una vida: Radio, televisión, teatro, doblaje. Ha valido la pena... Thats all folks!
La Fuerza Aérea ha bombardeado las torres de Radio Postales y Radio Corporación. Mis palabras no tienen amargura sino decepción. Que sean ellas el castigo moral para los que han traicionado el juramento que hicieron
La radio digital no me quita el sueño
Hoy la radio es un medio limpio, un medio verde
La radio sigue teniendo una influencia notable sobre la gente
Yo sé hacer la radio, porque la radio la controlo yo
Yo no comulgo con el tipo de radio que hace Jiménez Losantos
Yo he aceptado que tiene que haber una radio basura también... No les deseo suerte
Podría decir muchas cosas sobre el radio y la radioactividad pero me tomaría demasiado tiempo
Tengo la confianza de que tengo un gran equipo de compañeros en la radio
La radio marca los minutos de la vida; el diario, las horas; el libro, los días
La radio marca los minutos de la vida; es diario, las horas, el libro; los días.
Desde niño yo quería trabajar en la radio y no sabría decir el por qué
Esto es lo que me gusta de la radio: el no saber qué va a ocurrir
Con las nuevas promociones que están saliendo, se está haciendo una radio muy vital, muy activa
¿Que estrella de la radio conoce usted que se levante a las cuatro de la mañana?
Antes los programas de radio empezaban a las nueve de la mañana... una hora de señores
Tengo grandes compañeros que hacen la radio muy bien, de los que se aprende todos los días
Cuando apareció la televisión matinal, parecía que la radio se nos iba a acabar, sin embargo han coexistido perfectamente
En la radio yo se lo que suena, como suena, donde suena y quien tiene que salir en todo momento
La radio no es sólo contar la vida de la gente, sino sobre todo escuchar la vida de los demás
Hago radio porque a mi me gusta contar historias, contar las cosas que pasan y sobre todo que me las cuenten
La radio es un medio caliente, nada tiene que ver con la prensa, aquí cuando te equivocas ya has soltado el mensaje
En la televisión yo estoy de prestado siempre, yo lo que se hacer es la radio... es lo que se hacer
Ahora, el interés especial del radio consiste en la intensidad de sus rayos que son millones de veces más intensos que los del uranio
Todos decímos que hacemos la radio en libertad... Pero una radio en libertad en la que te expongas a que los oyentes te pongan verde
Creo que la cualidad más importante que tengo es que cuando me escuchas en la radio, sabes que soy yo. Mi voz no se confunde con otras
Deseo que no hiciesen tanto daño a esa profesión que amo profundamente, que es la radio, pero están ahí... Hasta Satanás tiene derecho a vivir
El radio ya ha dejado de ser un elemento nuevo, ya tiene más de veinte años, pero las condiciones de su descubrimiento fueron de alguna manera peculiares
La radio continuará atrayendo mucho público, depende de quién esté detrás del micrófono, si pones a cuatro carcas pues lógicamente no te sirve para nada
La ciencia es bella y es por esa belleza que debemos trabajar en ella, y quizás, algún día, un descubrimiento científico como el radio, puede llegar a beneficiar a toda la humanidad
Nos llevó varios años de duro trabajo acabar aquella tarea. No había un único nuevo elemento, había varios. Pero el más importante era el radio, el cual se pudo separar en estado puro
I'd always loved radio.
I grew up on radio, not TV.
Gossip is the Devil's radio.
I'm the Legendary Radio Head
I got my start in silent radio.
I have the perfect face for radio.
Radio is the playground of coincidence.
Radio geht ins Ohr, Fernsehen ins Auge.
Talk radio doesn't need to be political.
I thought I would be a guy on the radio.
Lyrics are weak, like clock radio speakers.
With radio, the listener absorbs everything.
Life is a rock, but the radio rolled me over.
Radio is commercial, isn't it. Its a business.
Every day FM radio ran out of hours, not music.
Basically, radio hasn't changed over the years.
When I was growing up, they had just found radio.
On radio, you're an artist. On TV, you're a servant.
I prefer radio to TV because the pictures are better.
The radio is just a stereo like a house ain't a home.
I get real excited when I hear my shows on the radio.
I don't mind being interviewed on television or radio.
The dimensions of the radio are truly to be treasured.
The important thing was that I was still on the radio.
The radio comes back even louder than you remember it.
Radio as we know it is pretty much changing completely.
Turn off the AM Radio and get invited to your own life.
Republicans look to find the future and they find radio.
Radio allowed people to act with their hearts and minds,
The fact we get played on the radio now blows our minds.
You leave a country, they stop playing you on the radio.
I love doing radio, and I love doing stand-up, obviously.
Politics is developing more comedians than radio ever did.
It's not only progressives who listen to progressive radio.
I watched her face switch among the radio stations of memory
I want to be played on the radio. I want to have Top 40 hits,
On TV the people can see it. On radio you've got to create it.
I don't like to cook. I can make a TV dinner taste like radio.
Im a big fan of martial arts films, novels and radio programs.
I'm not sure how we exist, as an artist, without country radio.
As Al Franken has demonstrated, liberals give lousy talk radio.
Radio listeners are voyeurs: lurking, invisible, eavesdropping.
Then I went to radio with Sinatra and I watched that disappear.
Well, yeah, I sang to some songs on the radio or in the shower.
Except for talk radio, liberals pretty much control the culture.
This is nothin for the radio... but they'll still play it though
File sharing is our radio; that's the way people hear our stuff.
Surround yourself with music. Just be sure to turn the radio on.
You are no more in your body than Beethoven is inside your radio.
Radio broadcasting was only 25 years old when I was born in 1932.
Talk radio is running America. We have to deal with that problem.
I've never, like some people are, been embarrassed to be in radio.
I have an Internet radio show where people can call in for healing.
What I said to them at half time would be unprintable on the radio.
There was no television, so the radio provided you with everything.
I married at a tender age during my early stage and radio struggles.
A piece of paper makes you an officer, a radio makes you a commander.
I'd be lying if I said I didn't want to do a big radio country album.
Radio is the most intimate and socially personal medium in the world.
From talk radio to insult radio wasn't really that much of a leap ...
Ninety percent of my thoughts are, "How will this work on the radio?"
I listen to XM radio because I can get so many overseas news stations
Sometimes, you can't seem to find any song on the radio that you like.
I love listening to games on the radio... you can't see what's going on
I'm so unhappy with electoral politics that I switched to sports radio.
This being 1962, no one thought it odd to have a mime program on radio.
I'm a channel surfer when it comes to radio, a little bit of everything.
Maybe people are finally tiring of watered down grunge rock on the radio.
Moving from radio to television, you can take most of the words with you.
After quitting radio I was able to live on the money I saved on aspirins.
In Europe, it's more common to hear aggressive dance tracks on the radio.
If it's done right, radio can just be far more important than television.
Any album that I ever put out I'm going to send it to country radio first.
I wasn't wattching television when I was a youngster; there was the radio.
The sound of the radio fades to nothing because the waves just can't reach
I don't chase what I hear on the radio. I try not to compete with anybody.
As far back as I can remember, the radio held a special fascination for me.
Even in independent music, people push towards radio. It is very political.
Creativity shouldn't be following radio; it should be the other way around.
One of my favorite occupations is making radio/video edits. I love singles.
Radio is the theater of the mind; television is the theater of the mindless
Don't ever call me a bottler on the radio with thousands of people listening
I loved being on the radio. Being paid to talk? It's like being paid to eat.
You can't have silence on the radio; people will turn away from the station.
I fell in love with radio once I started working there, and I never stopped.
I would recommend that anyone who wants to do comedy on TV to do radio first.
He (Sandy Koufax) throws a 'radio ball,' a pitch you hear, but you don't see.
I'm a believer that satellite radio, whether I'm on it or not, will take off.
You may not like the humor, but that is why every radio has an on-off button.
A poem is like a radio that can broadcast continuously for thousands of years.
I love singing along to the radio while I'm riding in the back of a squad car.
I sing in a higher register, and you haven't heard that on the radio in years.
Being a famous print journalist is like being the best-dressed woman on radio.
I still love the radio. I think the radio is still an important thing in music.
I'm not in any way selling out by having a record that's good enough for radio.
Middle age is when you get in the car and immediately change the radio station.
I listen to mostly-classical music, but mostly by radio - I'm not an audiophile.
Rumors that the sun is out at Santa Ynez are without foundation," the radio said.
I look at radio as gone "¦ Piracy is the new radio, that's how music gets around.
I remember thinking, 'I don't know if I can do radio.' I never even listen to it.
I'm a radio nerd. I've loved radio since I was a kid. I'm a huge Howard Stern fan.
The radio of my youth ... is now a quaint memory replaced by computer hard drives.
It's no more dangerous to society than a radio broadcast of The War of the Worlds.
I don't really listen to the radio too much. I know that one song, "Hotline Bling."
My dad talked a good game. [I'm as a] child got only the World Series on the radio.
I think there's good music out there. I just think that radio stations don't play it.
Oh yeah, gossip. I heard you on the secret wireless. You know the devil's radio child.
Some people believe in God. I believe in music. Some people pray. I turn up the radio.
I loved radio for the music, concerts, parties and to think you could get paid for it.
Whatever had been on the radio in the '60s; I mean we were always listening to the radio
John R. told me you don't work for the radio station. You work for the people out there.
I've always been very left of center and the radio never had much diversity and film did.
Nobody wants to hear R&B. It's sad. If you want to be on the radio you got to stay young.
After I was married a year I remembered things like radio stations and forgot my husband.
The radio has nothing to do with metal's existence or non-existence. It's for trend only.
I do not think that the radio waves I have discovered will have any practical application.
If 'Life in Marvelous Times' can't get on the radio, then I don't need to be on the radio.
Now we've got the cables. We've got talk radio. We've got the bloggers. I hate the bloggers.
American radio from the '30s through the '60s was just fabulous. There was such a diversity.
I'm the leader of the show, keepin' you on the go, but I know I can't live without my radio.
I love the sounds of Latin jazz, R&B, hip-hop, alternative, all that stuff. I'm a radio kid.
A good radio show will captivate you, and it's active listening. It's not in the background.
Giving people what they want isn't just good radio; it's also the right way to run a country.
The show [ StarTalk ] was born as a radio program out of a National Science Foundation grant.
A very talented player and all around excellent musician. I love hearing his records on radio!
Thank God I've never been taken to task on a talk-radio show. I won't go on a talk-radio show.
In the late '90s, R&B was dominant in the radio, and the white kids were taking it mainstream.
I was on my way to the gym. It was incredible. I was screamin at cars, 'That's me on the radio!
To ask "Where in your brain is intelligence?" is like asking "Where is the voice in the radio?"
You can't reach America's youth with off the mark radio ads or insulting television commercials
And I... started off dumb, raised by the hoodrats, listen to the radio wishin that i could rap.
The man on the radio says Elvis Presley's died. We drove to Memphis, the sky was hard and black.
There's this corporate machine giving us a chance to access radio - though there's no guarantee.
My radio show, I'd show up, I'd read the data, and I would have sound bites and stuff like that.
I used to enjoy the anonymity of being a literary figure and occasionally a public radio figure.
I also spend a lot of time on political blogs, and music blogs getting things for my radio show.
I like so many different kinds of music just because all I did was listen to the radio as a kid.
I bought a new Japanese car, I turned on the radio ... I don't understand a word they're saying.
If people can finally recognize you on radio without being told who it is, thats what you aim for.
People ask me what's like to hear our song on the radio. I don't know, I don't listen to the radio
There are probably five songs in the world that I get excited about when I hear them on the radio.
Just because it's on the radio doesn't mean we have to suspend belief in the evidence of our senses.
It is largely on television and radio that real probing of what politicians are up to has to happen.
Sipping Bailey's Cream by the stereo, trying to find relief on the radio. I'm suppressing the tears.
I've got about 27 gigs right now. I've got radio, I've got television, I've got The Washington Post.
I'm here as a radio journalist but am not even sure which part of a tape recorder takes the pictures.
Lively, too. Talky as a jaybird. With something smart to say on every subject: better than the radio.
People in America, when listening to radio, like to lean forward. People in Britain like to lean back.
Dear Hotel People: We don't need a cheeseball clock-radio. WE NEED PLACES TO PLUG STUFF IN. Thank you.
Where radio is different than fiction is that even mediocre fiction needs purpose, a driving question.
Female listeners are leaving traditional talk radio because of the rough-edged, shouting nature of it.
I was asked on a radio interview what my mission is, and I immediately blurted out, "God realization."
I like radio because you can do an hour-long interview and then three days later have a finished piece.
If it weren't for radio programs like 'The George Jarkesy Show,' no one would know about 'The Amateur'.
It's in the films and songs and all your magazines. It's everywhere that you may go, the devil's radio.
The radio for these women is like television is for us today, which is really like looking at the radio.
Television really has been my vehicle. I don't get played on the radio much, so I've relied on TV a lot.
I never sent promotional copies to Christian radio stations in my life. It's not what I'm interested in.
I'm doing more than just making songs for the radio. I want it to be a well rounded sounding experience.
I had the radio on, I was driving. Trees flew by, me and Del were singing, Little Runaway, I was flying.
Wenn im Radio durchgesagt wird, daß morgen die Welt untergeht, würde ich heute noch einen Baum pflanzen.
I think everyone's voice is unique. Although sometimes when you listen to the radio, it makes you wonder.
I would want to make Radio Haiti as independent as possible, which means it can't be strictly commercial.
I had to be at least 8 or 9; I was listening to everything on the radio. You name it, I heard every song.
I wouldn't even think of playing music if I was
born in these times. I wouldn't even listen to the radio.
The way for newspapers to meet the competition of radio and television is simply to get out better papers.
So I went and did an audition and became the biggest radio actor in Sydney, and that's how it all started.
Your music sounds better on the radio, for some reason. It's an amazing feeling. I hope it never goes away.
As Elton John, my days on pop radio are over, and I know that and I accept it and I'm not unhappy about it.
I think that the special thing about radio is the off switch. If something's not pleasing you, turn it off.
Radio... force-feeds us music... everywhere and all the time... sewage-water music in which music is dying.
I began visiting Lima's prisons back in 2007, when my first novel, 'Lost City Radio,' was published in Peru.
If you listen to the radio for a whole hour there's maybe one decent song. The rest is mass-produced garbage
Love doesn't drop on you unexpectedly; you have to give off signals, sort of like an amateur radio operator.
Radio... that wonderful invention by which I can reach millions of people... who fortunately can't reach me.
I grew up years ago doing something that unfortunately doesn't hardly exist any more, a medium called Radio.
Even though my father was a radio comedian, it wasn't cool to say, at a young age, 'I want to be a comedian.'
Growing up, I actually wanted to be a professional Baseball player, instead of a radio DJ. Believe it or not.
First of all, very few people listen to Hugh Hewitt, radio show, that`s the good news. Check out the ratings.
Any time a new technology is introduced, like when TV was first invented, everybody was like, "Radio's dead."
It [ "Not For Long"] was the biggest song that I've had, and I actually heard it on the radio multiple times.
I don't care about the clubs, I don't care about the radio, all I care about is getting my digital downloads.
A true artist does not depend on radio for success. A true fan does not let radio determine what they support
I always read what I write out loud, and I did that long before any radio thing. My editor finds that unusual.
I started doing radio pieces with no clear, preconceived idea, except that I have a tendency to be theatrical.
When I started in radio, I worked for free. I lived at the radio station. Then I worked for very little money.
I've always said that if you have songs on the radio and get played, you've got to have a tour to support that.
When Jazz broke through in England, I remember sneaking to listen on the radio much to my parent's disapproval.
My fondness for extended monologue might have been encouraged by two decades of writing stage and radio dramas.
You don't really hear a female perspective on the radio, because so many of the songs are being written by men.
There may be a parallel between woodcuts and radio; radio plays are a living art form everywhere except the USA.
Radio, books, sports-so many means to spend time, but what I like most is the leafy sunshine amidst the Debdaru.
Everybody just lets the media do their thinking for them... that's why you'll never hear any reggae on the radio!
The great improvement of the radio over the telephone is that it may be turned off without offending the speaker.
I just wanted to be a guy on the radio and I wanted to succeed, and I wanted a situation where I could be honest.
I heard the commercial guys on the radio, the country guys, and now, a lot of that looks real good compared to...
I'm like a hermit. Once I'm home, I'm home and when I ride in the car, I don't really listen to the radio as much.
XM radio doesn't have commercials, so after about thirty minutes of listening to it, I'm like, "What should I buy?"
The radio is blastin', someone's knockin' at the door. I'm lookin' at my girlfriend, she's passed out on the floor.
My father used to get me to read the newspaper to him, as if I was a radio. I would stand there and read the 'Times.
If you want to touch the hearts of people you can't do that with newspapers or with radio, you have to do it with TV.
Misery is when you heard on the radio that the neighborhood you live in is a slum but you always thought it was home.
Radio makes it appear like you can get some sounds in a laptop and be the next dude. Those careers don't really last.
When he (man) ceased any longer to heed the words of the seers and prophets, science lovingly brought forth the radio.
America is new to instrumental dance tracks on the radio, we were all so surprised "Animals" did so well on the radio.
The wackos get their information through the Christian right, Christian radio, mail, the internet and telephone trees,
Paul Harvey was the most listened to man in the history of radio. ... There is no one who will ever come close to him.
And I was shocked to see the mistakes of each generation will just fade like a radio station, if we drive out of range.
I finally learned to accept that I can't make radio play blues any more than I could get Reagan out of the White House.
For you can look at things while talking or with a radio going full blast, but you can see only when the chatter stops.
The marvels - of film, radio, and television - are marvels of one-way communication, which is not communication at all.
Seriously, he is just a voice on the radio, unlike the ones in your head, you don't have to do what he tells you to do.
Going from three TV channels to broadcast TV to cable to talk radio; obviously the online explosion has changed things.
The minute you make a record because you think somebody's going to play it on the radio is the minute you ought to quit.
Just as, with the radio, there are certain things that you become fond of,and you welcome them and resent the new things
Radio is very popular [in Britain], but it doesn't connect us in the same way. It seems to have this community function.
Everything on the radio is metaphorical in a bad way. But when I write a lyric, like "bang my box," that's pretty clear.
Life isn't a music player where you choose whats being played, it is a radio where you have to enjoy whats being played.
Five years ago, I wasn't getting questions [about blogs and the internet] from the TV/radio critic of the New York Times.
Freeform radio is an art form. The airwaves are the empty canvas, the producer is the artist, and the sound is the paint.
Even though I've been reasonably well known for quite a long time, I still can't get a record on daytime radio or on MTV.
In real life, Keaton believes in God. But she also believes that the radio works because there are tiny people inside it.
I have a very primitive sense that if I just turn on a radio or the television, that somebody's playing that stuff for me.
Ordinary people simply don't know what books mean to us, shut up here. Reading, learning, and the radio are our amusements.
As far am I'm concerned, I don't listen to radio anymore. They play the same ten songs over and over again, so why would I?
The first time I watched [Keith] Olbermann, his opening monologue, I completely changed the way I approached my radio show.
I don't really concentrate on Urban AC or whatever. I don't concentrate on genres or how people section off songs for radio.
It was very important to establish a sound, so that people heard a record on the radio and knew immediately that it was you.
It's like you can't even go on the radio anymore and condemn a whole subset of people to hell without getting some blowback.
We are living in a cultural dark age of musical pollution. You put the radio on, and five minutes later you need an aspirin.
And that is what radio-activity is, a quick return to the state of rest which underlies the spiritual or invisible universe.
I play the radio and moon about...and dream of Utopias where its always July the 24th 1935, in the middle of summer forever.
The Internet made the world smaller, so it's easier for people to hear your music. You don't necessarily need a radio record.
The whole country was tied together by radio. We all experienced the same heroes and comedians and singers. They were giants.
I consider myself very lucky indeed to have had the career I have. I listen to the radio now and you can't tell artists apart.
Radio is just a fashion contrivance that will soon die out. It is obvious that there never will be invented a proper receiver!
I miss him already. He was a unique person and a dear friend. If a record came on the radio, you'd know it was Waylon Jennings.
I feel like if you turn on country radio, you will find something you'll love because it's so diverse.And that's a great thing.
I've had so many people tell me that they are shocked that AM radio still even exists with all the different listening options.
My mom used to tell me, I can't use this phrase on the radio - but basically don't be one of those dudes hanging on the corner.
the power of radio is not that it speaks to millions, but that it speaks intimately and privately to each one of those millions.
Starting with radio, starting with television, we got used to this idea of stuff being free as long as you just watch a few ads.
I'm on the radio because I love hip-hop. I represent that community, but there are so many other aspects to who I am as a person.
But initially when I was working with my dad, it was in special effects puppets with radio control and motors and puppet effects.
Internet is radio for a lot of people. It's a place to get music and hear music, and no amount of clamping down will change that.
Nobody now fears that a Japanese fleet could deal an unexpected blow on our Pacific possessions. Radio makes surprise impossible.
At the very least we want a witness. We can't stand the idea of our own voices falling silent finally, like a radio running down.
It's easier to list Hollywood and TV people who don't have a radio show now, take less time to do that than to list those who do.
When I was a kid I had a friend who worked in a radio station. Whenever we walked under a bridge, you couldn't hear what he said.
The evil is so ubiquitous in terms of objectification of all of us, that one can say that almost about any TV and even radio show.
The person who is in tune with the Universe becomes like a radio receiver, through which the voice of the Universe is transmitted.
And if you say a word about this over the radio, the next wings you see will belong to the flies buzzing over your rotting corpse.
In the Internet age, with the screaming on the radio, etc., it is hard to know what to believe and who is informed and who is not.
The more you push the budgets up, the more you make records cost $20, the more you make records last 4 and 5 minutes on the radio.
We definitely set out to make a great 'radio' record. We set out to write great hooky choruses-but with verses that said something.
I like radio better than television because if you make a mistake on radio, they don't know. You can make up anything on the radio.
I usually draw in silence, but listen to music or public radio when I'm painting, after all the important decisions have been made.
Radio affects most intimately, person-to-perso n, offering a world of unspoken communication between writer-speaker and the listener
I still believe in public radio's potential. Because it's the one mass medium that's still crafted almost entirely by true believers.
I've been an athlete that's sort of in advance; always thinking. After basketball I'd love to have my own radio show, my own TV show.
I never wanted to be famous and the only part I like is that it means people are reading my books and listening to me on TV and radio.
I turn off the radio, listen to the quiet. Which has its own, rich sound. Which I knew, but had forgotten. And it is good to remember.
I don't think my record collection or musical knowledge is vast. I just listen to the radio all the time - I'm a pop music enthusiast.
You can get an awful lot of effects into the customer's mind for a great deal less time and money in radio than you can in television.
I did a radio interview for a station in Connecticut or something, and it was the worst interview ever. It was all yes and no answers.
I don't think that the real enemy of the music industry is illegal downloading; I think the real enemy of the music industry is radio.
[Frank] Sinatra, to everyone, even Tony Bennett, was such a huge influence because he had mastered not only music, but film and radio.
I think a lot of people would be better off in America, where at least you would find some radio station somewhere that would play you.
Radio has always been pictures of the mind; for me, the essence of radio has always been voices that talk to me and don't patronise me.
In relations with many domestically weak countries, a radio transmitter can be a more effective form of pressure than a squadron B-52s.
Local television news, on both radio and television, is so appalling. Makes print journalism look like the greatest stuff ever written.
Since the day I got in radio at the age of 15, I always wanted everyone with ears listening to me. I don't know how to narrow that down.
If radio news is to be regarded as a commodity, only acceptable when saleable, then I don't care what you call it - I say it isn't news.
I have a weird sense that people ten years younger than me don't own a radio, or maybe they own a radio, but they don't call it a radio.
They were worried we wouldn't get any radio play at all[ for "A Deal with God" ]. That's why it was changed [to "Running Up That Hill"].
As long as I'm still able to have a hit on the radio and sell a few albums and some tickets, I don't see that it would be worth retiring.
Some people like to hear and not see, so we have the radio. There are so many different ways that we can get and participate in the arts.
There's a little bit more of a freedom when you're doing radio play-by-play as opposed to television. I prefer the television side of it.
I've done radio interviews about this movie . I feel I'm a part of this movie, since I knew Jackie Robinson. I was at his first game.
For me, personally, Im usually not on my phone that much. I prefer listening to old radio shows and watching foreign films than tweeting.
The outstanding scientific discovery of the twentieth century is not television, or radio, but rather the complexity of the land organism.
I love doing radio, and I love doing stand-up, obviously. I'm good flying up to four hours, but anything past that, I want to kill myself.
They'd played "Sweet Home, Alabama" so many times I wanted to crash the party, kill the radio, and knife whoever was selecting the music.
If you took any of my radio shows and you took the music out of them, they wouldn't be remotely the same thing. Music is really important.
I really suggest listening to talk radio. I mean, if you just listen to what the talk hosts are saying, they sound like they are lunatics.
Anna looked at Brother Wolf. âI'd like to see someone try to put a radio control collar on Charles. It might be fun to watch on YouTube.
It's interesting to see the dislocation between how people perceive a person visually. Apparently on the radio I'm blonde with a big arse.
If you get on the radio, people hear it, they buy the record. If you get on Spotify playlist nowadays, people hear it, they buy the record.
Female listeners are leaving traditional talk radio because of the rough-edged, shouting nature of it. Women want more light and less heat.
I had no idea what they were saying in Italian as a child, they spoke too quickly on the radio. But I realized that language was very funny.
When I'm working, I'm going to avoid all media. No newspapers, no magazines, no movies, no radio, no TV. I'm just going to do creative work.
Im going to get myself one of those, um, movable computers - what do you call them... ? Laptops! I am bad. I still call my radio a wireless.
It does make sense to put on some songs that are relatively short, because radio usually only plays songs that are less than 4 or 5 minutes.
At home, the radio was a big source and the classic radio programs we would listen to like Amos and Andy and whatever other ones there were.
There are certainly things labels can still provide that indie artists cant. They can pave the way to radio and pay big bucks for promotion.
I think when you do radio there's a certain amount of freedom that when you walk in and sit down and turn the mic on, it's you. It's all you.
I know all the songs that the cowboys know'bout the big corral where the doggies go,'Cause I learned them all on the radio.Yippie yi yo kayah
I live in a bad neighborhood. Why, I saw two complete strangers share a taxi - yeah, one guy took the radio and the other guy took the tires.
A lot of people hear the records on the radio, they aren't absolutely sure who exactly Tears For Fears is, they just know they like the song.
Honestly, there are so many things about structuring a story for film and telling a story for film that are really different from doing radio.
I've never done anybody any harm in my entire life. No need to chase girls, I've thousands of them on Top Of The Pops, thousands on Radio One.
When a private talk over a bottle of wine is broadcast on the radio, what can it mean but that the world is turning into a concentration camp?
The hardest part about being in radiohead is being inside a giant head that is a radio. Ha ha, little english humour there, or is it a hammer?
It was always meant to ease out of a big radio song and flow into the next one. Don't is the bridge song in between Sing and Thinking Out Loud.
Radio, newspapers, they were normal parts of my life. In those days, you had to go somewhere to watch television and leave something to see it.
In a radio interview [Ted] Cruz compared [Donald]Trump`s behavior to schoolyard children throwing taunts at each other, vowing not to take part.
Records, radio, television, movies, magazines-all are monopolized by the money managers who are guided by one ethic, the words wealth and power.
... Clear Channel owns all the major radio stations and venues. Most musicians aren't aware that a few people control so much of what we hear...
It's just these moments in hip-hop where you feel invincible. It felt good hearing the music on the radio and in cars, skating rinks, and clubs.
Radio was so important to everybody back then; there was no TV. Columbia Square was the epitome of radio. Everything was modern. It was beautiful.
They wouldn't play my records on American radio because I had spiky hair. They said, 'Punk rock doesn't sell advertising, it won't make any money.
I don't think I can adequately express my feelings about the car on national radio, but hopefully we'll get better and I'll be happier later onâ¦
My heart goes out to DJs who are governed entirely by playlists. Being allowed the freedom of choice, that - for me - is what makes radio special.
I don't think radio has to be sectioned off where you listen to the music for your generation and your son listens to the music for his generation.
For people starting public radio shows, one of the things you have to do is you have to talk every single public radio station into picking you up.
Spread the word about good music. Don't just listen to what's on the radio. If you put in a little effort, you can find some truly wonderful stuff.
Some people know me because of my music and come and see me in my concerts but you very rarely see me or hear me in press or TV or radio magazines.
Whether it is television, radio, newspapers, magazines, books or the Internet, a few giant conglomerates are determining what we see, hear and read.
When I get home and turn on the radio, I hear songs that are new to me, but to everybody else they're old. I try to keep the music fresh in my head.
On the average, I don't spend more than 15 minutes in the car - to go to the golf course or the gym. And that's the only time I listen to the radio.
The program is a voyage chart, a series of signals, which, like the pilot's radio, provides the basic orienting information required for the trip...
Radio was supposed to die in 1945, when TV came along. It turns out that radio grew and grew, and it's a bigger business today than it has ever been.
I have a car in Nebraska. When I bought it, they gave me a satellite radio, and there's an 'indie-rock' station. It's just nothing I'm interested in.
I heard Dr. King speaking on the radio, and it seemed like he was saying, "John Robert Lewis, you too can make a contribution. You can get involved!"
Fortunately, artists can live off their works, if you're creative at how you do it. If you just depend on the videos and the radio, you're at a loss.
You'd hear Willie Nelson, then Earth, Wind & Fire, then Chicago, then Billy Joel on the same radio station. Nowadays, everything is compartmentalized.
Poetry is a popular genre in Afghanistan. If you turned on the radio, there would be a poetry program that would be as popular as The Real Housewives.
In the '80s, the way radio was programmed, if you didn't have a hit record you weren't going to be able to make any more records. That was it, period.
I love variety. I love theater. I also love radio. I love language. But, the older you get, you need to earn money. You need to heighten your profile.
You feel pressured to do what you think the public wants, when in actuality the sales aren't reflecting what the radio is doing. Not in the least bit!
You're in the car, you're talking to somebody, the radio's on, music's playing, you're not really listening to it; you're aware of it; that's passive.
Here's the tragedy of the modern record business: It's radio. If you're not on radio, nobody really is going to hear you or see you or care about you.
I was in the back of the car with my girlfriend, the Rascals came on the radio and I realized their song was sexier than the sex I was trying to have.
I'd rather work on my radio show, which no one hears but I put about eight hours of programming and writing into it for those 30 people who do tune in.
In the private arena, you can do whatever you wish, and people do. These crazy evangelical preachers get on the radio and TV and say incredible things.
Our blessed radio. It gives us eyes and ears out into the world. We listen to the German station only for good music. And we listen to the BBC for hope.
I've always been about honesty, whether on the radio, whether I did a movie, whether I wrote a book. As long as you're honest, you don't lose your edge.
There's always a nice tune [on radio] - helps you get the dishes done . I like to get the news from time to time - not too often. I don't feel deprived.
You know, a left-winger, the barrier to success if you're on the left in commercial radio is a mile and a half higher than it is if you're on the right.
That's why we began calling it the daily soap opera, or it's just the place on radio and TV where Democrat Party agenda is advanced. But it isn't media.
Whether it's the internet, radio, television, there are always areas of debate, but you have to accept it. The media now has become an absolute monster.
I do it because I love acting, I love working, and whether it's radio, television, films, theater, I don't care as long as I can get out there and do it.
People tend to forget that we tie our life history to music like the soundtrack to your life in many more ways than just having a hit record on the radio.
I'm not afraid to go out on a limb, style-wise or with lyrics. I don't ever want to be afraid to cut those types of songs because radio might not play it.
When I was living in Boston I worked in this store that played the college radio station. I had to listen to it all day, and I didn't care for most of it.
It should be like a salmon taking to open water. I've done so much morning radio that I won't be overwhelmed by it, but it's still going to be a challenge.
You should never try to make a record and say it's for the radio, you should just make it, and then if it happens to be that, that's what it happens to be.
[In] radio, every segment of every hour is a challenge to fill in an interesting way. What I like the most about it is how challenging it is to do it well.
I don't want to see kids in America being scared because they're hearing people on television and the radio saying really ugly xenophobic and racist things.
I come from way north. We'd listen to radio shows all the time. I think I was the last generation, or pretty close to the last one, that grew up without TV.
We knew we did not want to record at Impulse Studios again, after the experience of recording in a 'real' studio in London for the Radio One session we did.
When you have a song on the radio your career and your life changes maybe for the better and maybe for the not so good depending on how it's going that day.
But in those days - in the mid-'50s, early '60s - there was less than 300 radio stations that were playing country music and a lot of that wasn't full time.
We're a free society; we've got television. We have radio. We have newspapers. We have the videocassette, which is coming into play. These are new freedoms.
Whatever happens, the flame of the French resistance must not be extinguished and will not be extinguished. Tomorrow, as today, I will speak on Radio London.
I make my music at night when there's no noise... Just me, my headphones and the silence. But I'm always making music in my head. It's like a non-stop radio!
As far as the radio waves part of the spectrum, we can do these adequately from the ground because the atmosphere is basically transparent to our radio waves.
And one of the things that makes me happiest and proudest is that the talk radio venue, the whole market has expanded. There are all kinds of people doing it.
1946, if my memory is correct. Harry "The Cat" Brecheen went against the Red Sox in Game 7. I stayed home to listen, practically had my head inside the radio.
A lot of stuff you hear on the radio is like instant hooky pop, but I can't imagine it being covered in the future by other artists. It's really for themselves.
we dance even if there's no radio. we drink at funerals. we talk too much & laugh too loud & live too large, and, frankly, we're suspicious of others who don't.
I think good radio often uses the techniques of fiction: characters, scenes, a big urgent emotional question. And as in the best fiction, tone counts for a lot.
Ich bin der Überzeugung, dass es kaum jemanden gibt, dessen Intimleben die Welt nicht in Staunen und Horror versetzte, wenn es übers Radio gesendet werden würde.
If I weren't playing baseball, I would be a radio or sports broadcaster. In college at South Carolina I did some stuff with the radio station and really liked it.
When you drive by Radio City and you see your name up there and it's only 'your' name. I just went 'ooh'. I thought this is really like looking at another person.
I think an important quality that I have is that if you turn on the radio and hear somebody sing, you know it's me. You don't confuse my voice with another voice.
My father was a news guy, you know, he was in radio news. And so that was sort of in my DNA. It was something we talked about at the dinner table when I was a kid.
It's (baseball) on the radio and in the newspapers every day, the only game you can follow on that basis. From whatever arm's length you choose, it's always there.
We must fortify African democracy and peace by launching Radio Democracy for Africa, supporting the transition to democracy now beginning to take place in Nigeria.
Fine. Everybody wears seatbelts. No radio. No distractions.â Ben shot Hi a stern look. âNo running commentary.â âYour loss,â Hi said. âTo the pimp ride!
What I've figured out how to do is make people feel comfortable on television and on the radio, which enables me to have access to them, which is key for what I do.
I don't care if I ever hit radio, and I don't care if I ever get any bigger than this. I just wanna stand up for artistry because that's what really matters in music
When you're walking down the street or in the car just listening to the radio, and you're, like , 'Oh, that's my song.' You want to say, 'Hey Mom!' That never changes.
The various reasons which we have enumerated lead us to believe that the new radio-active substance contains a new element which we propose to give the name of radium.
John Howard turned the prime ministership into something like a state police minister. He's at the scene of every crime, twice a day on radio, the guy did no thinking.
I wrote a song, but I can't read music so I don't know what it is. Every once in a while I'll be listening to the radio and I say, "I think I might have written that."
Every time we buy a CD or download a song, the artist is paid for their work. You might not know that this isn't the case when a musician's work is played on the radio.
What I do is so important to me. Itâs like being a parent, in some ways, of a super-demanding , high-achieving child, with a cry that sounds really cool on the radio.
Radio is truly the theater of the mind. The listener constructs the sets, colors them from his own palette, and sculpts and costumes the characters who perform in them.
All the way from the first thing that I can remember, like our Victrola - a wind-up record player - and my grandfather's crystal radio, and my father's shortwave radio.
I'm not anti single. I'm not one of them niggas that say "Aww record sales ain't everything." No. I wanna sell good. I would love a platinum record on radio and charts.
I think the radio is kind of cool, because you're really free to do whatever you want, because you can go into another world. Whereas in TV, you have to make that world.
People tend to personalize technology so they can't get to the systemic analysis. They say, "Oh, I can't give up my personal computer." Or, "I just love radio too much."
Every town in America had at least one, two, or maybe three radio stations that played rock 24 hours a day. In England, we had a rock specialist on for two hours a week.
Gene Autry was a pioneering star in the early days of music, radio, film, television and rodeo performances. I am proud to posthumously honor such an inspiring role model
When we were making the record, I just decided, at the last second. I thought, "This song ["Ordinary World"] makes a lot of sense, being on the album [Revolution Radio]."
When Nixon died, on my radio show I started doing sketches with three basic conceits: One, there's a place called Heaven. Two, Nixon got in. And three, he's still taping.
I think it is easy for people to build up an image of what I'm about. I consider myself quite a nice chappy really. I'm decent to people, I stay in and listen to Radio 4.
Pain is meant to wake us up. People try to hide their pain. But they're wrong. Pain is something to carry, like a radio. You feel your strength in the experience of pain.
My radio, believe me, I like it loud,
I'm the man with a box that can rock the crowd.
Walkin' down the street, to the hardcore beat
While my JVC vibrates the concrete.
The fans like the idea we do what we want. It's not an act. Screw the record company and the beaten path. Without MTV or radio, we still have a huge underground following.
When you turn on your radio, you don't always want to hear about someone shootin' some person. Even if that's the lifestyle they live, people don't always want to hear it.
My mom is a big sports fans. Basketball, football, baseball, whatever. She calls into sports radio shows and gets into shouting matches, that's how intense she is about it.
I really enjoy doing theater, but doing theater in Seattle is like dropping a brick in a bottomless well. It's gratifying, but it's almost like doing radio. It's ephemeral.
Voiceover work reminds me of old-time radio. When I was little I used to sneak and stay up at night and listen to Mystery Radio Theater - I loved all those old radio plays.
There are things that I won't do on the radio. I mean, the next logical question is, what won't you do. I say, well, you know, you've got to find out when you're on the air.
I've heard some tunes in recent years that were pretty close to that same idea. The idea was you turn on the radio and you want to hear some music and up comes a commercial.
We are always doing something, talking, reading, listening to the radio, planning what next. The mind is kept naggingly busy on some easy, unimportant external thing all day.
There are two theories of evolution. There is the genuine scientific theory; and there is the talk-radio pretend version, designed not to enlighten but to deceive and enrage.
We are given in our newspapers and on TV and radio exactly what we, the public, insist on having, and this very frequently is mediocre information and mediocre entertainment.
At one time they've been the most important thing to me. So I can't hear our records on the radio, I can't stand it, because they sound so out of what everyone else is doing.
There's a whole journalistic-industrial complex dedicated to keeping newsprint, TV screens and radio waves clean of destabilizing scoops damaging to corporations or the state.
Great art comes from great artists. There's a bunch of people that are hurt that still couldn't have made the album that was super-polarizing and redefined the sound of radio.
I listen to older music a lot more than new singers. I listen to whatever's on the radio, but when I want to listen to something that moves me I put on a Stevie Wonder record.
After a certain age, you felt a need not to be alone. It grew stronger, like a radio frequency, until finally it was so powerful that you were forced to do something about it.
In August of 1921, one of the great American combinations was unveiled"even better than the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. This fortuitous new blend was radio and baseball.
I've been offered radio but never done it, partly because the radio ideas that I've been asked to come up with, I've thought about them and then converted them to telly things.
To complain about how the media are dominated by liberals, Limbaugh has an hour a day on network television, an hour on cable, and a radio show syndicated by over 600 stations.
We haven't truly had a zeitgeisty, 'songs on the radio' show, since...I want to say "One Night in Bangkok" was the last musical theatre song that charted. That was so long ago.
We'd record a song that people liked and wanted to hear on the radio, and the radio wouldn't play it because it was too long. Or they wanted to edit it, which we wouldn't allow.
Radio is less important than it used to be. Kids are not just hip-hop kids, just punk kids, just pop kids, just whatever kids. Everyone is mixing and matching on their playlists.
I remember the first sale I made was a hundred and fifty dollars for a radio script, and, as poor as I was, I didn't cash the check for three months. I kept showing it to people.
We thought everybody read comics. We didn't know we were weird. We didn't know people that collected comics were strange. It was as normal as listening to rock music on the radio.
I did radio, I did television, I did opera, I did films in which I had very, very little to say. But I had a lot of experience in front of the camera, and that's what really counts
Whenever I've messed around with radio-controlled things, there's always been a part of me that's thought, I wonder if there might actually be a little guy piloting these vehicles.
Wars are fought by teenagers, you realize that. They really ought to be fought by the politicians and old people who start these wars." (Interview with Don Swaim of CBS Radio-1986)
If you operate a TV or radio station, you have to have a license. It has nothing to do with fundamental freedom. It has to do with protection of the average citizen against abuses.
I hear poetry whenever I turn on the radio. Eminem is a better poet than just about everybody. He's better than Billy Collins; he's better than Richard Wilbur; he's better than me.
Whitney Houston's cover of "I Will Always Love You" was constantly on my FM Walkman radio around that time. I think that made me cry because I associated it with absolutely no one.
I don't think that Rush, Hannity, Drudge, Ann Coulter, Fox News, and AM Radio can create enough of a balance to undo the distorted media that we get from the Democrat Media Complex.
Some pretty senior young individuals in and around the Cabinet should share the responsibility for talking up an election and referring publicly on the radio to where the risk lies.
I actually think the band doesn't need the television show. And I actually think the television show holds it back. No one at radio wants to play a band that's on a television show.
She said I've heard you flying high on my radio I answered "It's not all it seems" That's when she laughed and she said, "It's better sometimes When we don't get to touch our dreams.
I hear the headlines on the radio, see them on TV and read them in the paper. When I hear from the men out there, I sometimes don't believe they are talking about the same situation.
You have no sense of your true duty, which is to be a man and preserve humanity. You imitate wise men so badly and bandits so well. Your movies and radio programs are full of murder.
They say that no one's gonna play this on the radio. They said the melancholy blues were dead and gone. But only songs like these played in minor keys, keep those memories holding on.
The polemics of right-wing radio are putting nothing less than hate onto the airwaves, into the marketplace, electing it to office, teaching it in schools, and exalting it as freedom.
He flipped the dail, and I crossed my arms over my chest as some vaguely European-sounding band sang about how video had killed the radio star. I wished someone would kill this radio.
I think of hip hop as a mass media, radio, MTV thing. It's been extremely relevant over the last 10 years and rock music is just not anymore-a tear rolls down my cheek as I say that.
By the way, for those who are listening, I absolutely define - I have a face for radio. Unfortunately, I've got a voice for print. So I apologize for the sandpaper you're listening to.
The global network of DNA-based life emits ultra-weak radio waves, which are currently at the limit of measurement, but which we can nonetheless perceive...in hallucinations and dreams.
I think, it's so difficult to create a buzz anywhere, whether it be online, the streets, radio, anywhere, that if you are able to create a buzz somewhere, it definitely means something.
'Battlefield' was one of those slow-building songs, the way 'Tattoo' was. It was kind of a word-of-mouth hit. The more people heard it, the more they started requesting it on the radio.
And then, also, when you're doing something that doesn't sound like anything else on the radio at the time, you almost need to, like, ironclad it to make sure it gets through, you know?
Folk music has a sort of a bubbling-under quality. The stream runs through the cultural consciousness, and whether or not it's on the radio is not the issue. Folk music is always there.
When I was five years old, me and my cousin got into a fistfight because when "That's the Way (I Like It)" came on the radio, he said, "That's my song," and I said, "No, that's my song."
I don't think CNN is fake news. I think there are some reports everywhere, in print, on TV, on radio, in conversation, that are not well researched and are sometimes based on falsehoods.
Egyptologists, skilled in piecing together the papyri of lost civilisations, suddenly discovered that the same talent could be applied to working out the pattern of German radio traffic.
I wanted to see if you could put a prototype radio station on the Internet so you wouldnt have to invest $50 million or $100 million or $150 million to buy a transmitter and a frequency.
Cuando apareció la televisión se dijo que la radio se acabaría, que el nuevo medio nos iba a arrinconar, pero ha ocurrido al contrario, yo creo que la radio está hoy más fuerte que nunca
The rich today are richer, there are more of them, they have round-the-clock propaganda factories in Rupert Murdoch's empire and rightwing talk radio, and corporate media have their back.
Power is the band that we perceive things on. In radio we have stations. Frequencies vibrate at certain rates and within those frequencies we transmit information and receive information.
Painters paint outdoors, or in rooms full of people; they paint their lovers, alone, naked; they paint and eat; they paint and listen to the radio. It is a soothing way of doing your job.
we already have so much pressure towards sameness through radio, film and comic outside the school, that we can't afford to do a thing inside that is not toward individual development ...
I started playing instruments. Writing didn't come until later. I didn't know how to play a keyboard but I'd listen to hits off the radio, learn them, then my hands would be ready to play.
I could always sing, from a really young age, but my voice was really weird. I used to make my mum turn up the radio every day in our house. She was well into music so I got that from her.
When I got my first guitar, I played along with everything I heard that had guitar in it, like the Ramones, Nirvana and Sublime, as well as whatever hip-hop and R&B stuff was on the radio.
It's honestly every time that I'm doing something, and every time I visit a station and hear my song on the radio and people buying my stuff, I'm like 'Are you kidding me? This is insane!'
There are people, radio talk show hosts, those kind of people, it's their job to only have one opinion, they can't tell you about their feelings. They have to go with what pays their bills.
Listeners will wonder what an Englishman is doing on the German radio tonight. You can imagine that before taking this step I hoped that someone better qualified than me would come forward.
I don't have a television set up [in the mountains], of course, but I find I don't miss it at all, or the newspaper. I've sneaked a radio into by cabin, but I find I turn it on very rarely.
It's crazy when you see very little reflection between what's played on the radio and what people are talking about in the streets. It lets you know how far off we are from a real movement.
I always thought I was commercial. I always thought I was writing hit singles. These days, whatever's on the radio is considered commercial. People like what's on the radio, whatever it is.
I just encourage everyone to make real music and it will fuel the engine and the machine. Just make it real and put your heart into it. Don't make it because you heard someone on the radio.
A tragedy's first act is crowded with supporting players: witnesses crimping their faces, policemen scribbling in pads and making radio calls, EMS guys unfolding equipment, tubes and wheels.
I have much clearer memories of my time in Egypt: songs on the radio, the rhythms that accompanied belly dancers, the sound of the adhan - the Muslim call to prayer. I just soaked it all up.
Words, isolated in the velvet of radio, took on a jeweled particularity. Television has quite the opposite effect: words are drowned in the visual soup in which they are obliged to be served.
BBC Radio is not so much an art or industry as it is a way of life . . . a mirror that reflects . . . the eccentricities, the looniness that make Britons slightly different from other humans.
In Europe, radio stations are owned by a variety of different entities, so there is less uniformity on radio programming and more opportunity for artists to get radio play and break overseas.
One ought to be ashamed to make use of the wonders of science embodied in a radio set, the while appreciating them as little as a cow appreciates the botanic marvels in the plants she munches.
The people in Atlanta, they're not really up on the blogs. A few people are, but it's not super crazy. In Atlanta it's still very much radio. When they hear it on the radio, that's what it is.
Sunday, if I'm lucky, I'll go to church or listen to some good spiritual advice on the television or on the radio. I take three or four baths to try to cleanse myself, so I'm fresh for Monday.
On radio and television, magazines and the movies, you can't tell what you're going to get. When you look at the comic page, you can usually depend on something acceptable by the entire family.
I've never really been a traditional country kind of guy. I wanted my music to sound more like the end of the '90s and to have the kind of great music, pop or whatever, that radio will embrace.
The hope for me going back into television - after doing what will have been two years of radio - is to bring that authenticity with me. And, to not have the visual be overpowering the content.
The scariest thing in it may be the way the clock radio has a way of turning itself on, loudly, of its own accord. The song is always the Carpenters' "We've Only Just Begun." Now that's horror.
Yo no bebo, no fumo, no escucho la radio, no me drogo, como poco. Yo diría que mis únicos vicios son El Quijote, La Divina Comedia y no incurrir en la lectura de Enrique Larreta ni de Benavente
...and then of course the music sprang up, lousy rock as bold and dull as a giant potato. âLove this song,â Todd said, like it was unusually brave to like what was number one on the radio...
I turn on the radio now and I don't have anything against a lot of sequenced and programmed and electronic music, a lot of it is dope and it's the future. It's what popular music has evolved to.
As long as you represent me as praising alcohol I shall not complain. It is, I believe, the greatest of human inventions, and by far - much greater than Hell, the radio or the bichloride tablet.
Young love don't know nothin' when the radio plays you sing along. When she's holding on you just can't get close enough, you swear it's sent from above. It's real,it's good, and it's young love
I learned when I started to study piano that I could play by ear. I could hear a song on the radio a couple of times and hear the song and the lyrics and sing it for you after a couple of plays.
An accident, a random change, in any delicate mechanism can hardly be expected to improve it. Poking a stick into the machinery of one's watch or one's radio set will seldom make it work better.
Yo no bebo, no fumo, no escucho la radio, no me drogo, como poco. Yo diría que mis únicos vicios son El Quijote, La divina comedia y no incurrir en la lectura de Enrique Larreta ni de Benavente.
Yesterday, President Obama prank-called a Washington radio station, calling himself 'Barry from D.C.' Then, just to mess with him, Obama called Glenn Beck's radio show as 'B. Hussein from Kenya.'
For Godâs sake, let us be men not monkeys minding machines or sitting with our tails curled while the machine amuses us, the radio or film or gramophone. Monkeys with a bland grin on our faces.
I wrote my first short story for a competition and won second prize. Another competition came up and I won first prize. The first story was published in a newspaper. The second went out on radio.
My main influences are pop and folk music - Bob Lind, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, the Motown collection, The Zombies, Elliott Smith, and a ton of 70's AM radio hits. I love powerpop too.
Why is it when you turn on the TV you see ads for telephone companies, and when you turn on the radio you hear ads for TV shows, and when you get put on hold on the phone you hear a radio station?
My favorite song is Eminem's 'Rap God.' That joint is just incredible, It's six-and-a-half minutes of him just crushing the whole game. It's so different from what I hear if I listen to the radio.
It's quiet. No cars. No birds. Nothing.' 'No radio waves,' said the Doctor. 'Not even Radio Four.' 'You can hear radio waves?' 'Of course not. Nobody can hear radio waves,' he said unconvincingly.
I think that's the problem with kids now. Everything is manufactured. And then they're sitting there watching the television, where all the work is done for them. Radio made me use my imagination.
Musicians don't respect a lot of the stuff that is on TRL and a lot of musicians think that stuff on the radio is not good musically so when musicians say that they like us it obviously feels good.
Touring definitely helps sell albums. Things have changed. I've noticed now more than ever when you market an album, get radio play/video play etc. it helps sell albums but it helps get more shows.
I think Ronald Reagan is what happened....The age of Reagan brought conservatism into the mainstream....It also brought us the beginning of the new media-talk radio, the internet, cable television.
I don't want to hear songs about how sunshiny things are. I don't like songs that feel like radio candy I like the ones that make you think, laugh or cry - they pull some kind of emotion out of you.
But I've also spread my net very wide. If there's one thing that I've done on purpose it's to take whatever job, so long as it's interesting and challenging, whether it's theatre, radio, TV or film.
With electricity we were wired into a new world, for electricity brought the radio, a "crystal set" and with enough ingenuity, one could tickle the crystal with a cat's whisker and pick up anything.
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I'm wide open and will entertain anything anybody has to say, but if it's MTV and radio, well, they're great things, but can't be the only thing. I don't know that it would work even for the Beatles.
Sing in the shower. Dance to the radio. Tell stories. Write a poem to a friend, even a lousy poem. Do it as well as you possibly can. You will get an enormous reward. You will have created something.
In radio, you are the game, so to speak - you have to describe every aspect. In TV, Ive always felt less is more, and its really a question of my setting up the color analyst more than anything else.
Now that I'm in my 40s, it's much easier to be an artist. It's good knowing that I'm not in the game to be competing with really young groups of kids on the radio. Or to, you know, make 'beat' music.
Sometimes I listen to the radio and I can't believe some of the stuff that I'm hearing that everyone is loving. So it's a task that we've got to conquer and we have to make sure that we pass the test.