World Radio Day

From huge valve radios, to ghettoblasters and modern day DAB digital radio, people across the world have enjoyed listening to their favourite songs, esteemed presenters and breaking news through the majesty of radio waves.

World Radio Day, a UNESCO recognised celebration no less, is recognised throughout the UN member states as a day to appreciate the astounding accolade that radio has bestowed upon us all.

Almost 100 years of radioWorld Radio Day

 Broadcasted from London, BBC radio first hit British households in 1922! Whether you enjoy listening to student radio, local stations, worldwide broadcasts or tune-in for the latest groundbreaking announcements, radio has been a part of our lives for many years and this fantastic media is still standing the test of time.

 Whether you like to listen to the radio in the car whilst commuting, at the office with your work colleagues, in the evening whilst you unwind from a stressful day or to get you in the mood before you paint the town red, this versatile and wide ranging form of entertainment brings enjoyment to people of all ages, backgrounds and locations.

 Increase your energy!

 Did you know that listening to the radio can actually make you feel happier and give you more energy? That’s right, according to a study undertaken by the Radio Advertising Bureau, listening to the radio increased happiness by 100% and energy levels by 300% – more than TV and the internet! So celebrate the wonder of radio and make yourself feel better and more energetic at the same time! Win win!

 Don’t forget, if you’d like to chat with your friends and family who live abroad about the wonders of radio, you can make awesomely cheap international calls with Cherry Call!

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