1935 in radio
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The year 1935 saw a number of significant happenings in radio broadcasting history.
- 23 January – Station 1YA Auckland moves into the first purpose-built broadcasting premises in New Zealand.
- 25 January – Tsar Boris III signs a decree making all broadcasting in Bulgaria a state-organized activity.
- 17 February – The Droitwich medium-wave transmitter begins service, broadcasting the Midland Regional Programme of the BBC on a frequency of 1013 kHz.
- 28 April – Fireside chat: On the Works Relief Program
- 24 March – Major Bowes Amateur Hour is broadcast nationally for the first time on NBC, after having been on the New York City radio station WHN.
- 1 June – In Japan, NHK begins its international service, Radio Japan, with a daily one-hour programme in English and Japanese beamed towards North America.
- 29 July – Lux Radio Theater has its first show on CBS, after having been on NBC Blue for a year.
- 4 August – In Portugal, the Emissora Nacional de Radiodifusão, forerunner of today's RDP – Radiodifusão Portuguesa, is officially inaugurated.
- 1 January - The Story of Mary Marlin debuts on NBC after having been on WMAQ in Chicago.
- 4 January – Bob Hope has his network radio debut on the variety show The Intimate Revue.
- 4 February – Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch debuts on CBS.
- 20 April – Your Hit Parade (first known as just "The Hit Parade" or "Lucky Strike Hit Parade") debuts on NBC.
- 27 April - Flash Gordon, a popular comic strip, debuts as a radio serial on the Mutual Broadcasting System
- 5 August - Backstage Wife debuts on Mutual.
- 9 October – Cavalcade of America debuts on CBS.
- 5 December – Bing Crosby becomes guest host of the Kraft Music Hall (and the following month becomes full-time host, after Paul Whiteman).
- 3 December – Les Crane, San Francisco-based radio announcer and television talk show host who won a Grammy for his recording of the poem, Desiderata.
- Gary Dee (died 1995), pioneer in controversial talk radio, mostly in Cleveland, Ohio.
- An Encyclopedia of New Zealand 1966
- Cox, Jim (2008). This Day in Network Radio: A Daily Calendar of Births, Debuts, Cancellations and Other Events in Broadcasting History. McFarland & Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0-7864-3848-8.
- Dunning, John. (1998). On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-507678-3.
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