In the 1930s and 40s, the radio was the main source for American’s news and entertainment. However, in today’s technological climate, many people check the weather, read the news, find out a sports score and watch the latest episode of “Modern Family” from their cell phones.
Still a powerful communication tool, the radio brings voices and ideas into people’s living rooms, cars, schools, churches, businesses — anywhere there’s a signal and receiver.
Listen to these historical moments that impacted individuals throughout the wold. Can you recognize the historical figure sharing their ideas over the airwaves?
Voices in Order: Eleanor Roosevelt; Babe Ruth; Adolf Hitler; Amelia Earhart; Mohandas Gandhi.
If you’re looking for more radio inspired entertainment, don’t miss WYNOT Radio Theatre‘s upcoming performances.