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In 1888 Heinrich Rudolf Hertz opened a way of creation and detection of electromagnetic radio waves. Due to this invention people have learned how to transfer messages for a long distance. In 1894, the Russian physicist Alexander Popov built a radio reciever . On May 7, 1895, Popov performed a public demonstration of transmission and reception of radio waves used for communication at the Russian Physical and Chemical Society, using his coherer: this day has since been celebrated in Russia as "Radio Day". He did not apply for a patent for this invention. a plan of a radio reciever From the History… The News Sport reviews Music charts Interviews Talk shows Political programmes You can listen to the radio everywhere: at home, on your way to the country, sitting in the car during the traffic jam… It’s rather cheap. You can take part in different talk-shows or to congratulate your friends through the radio. You can only listen the information, but you can’t watch what happen. There are too many advertisements and useless information on the radio. Advantages & Disadvantages In the world of broadcasting Great Britain plays so important role, as well as the United States. The different countries solve: what model to prefer - public, British, or commercial, American. The British approach to radio art differed from American. BBC is the brilliant example of this. BBC has deserved the world reputation of the reliable source of the information. During the Second World War the broadcasting from London was a voice of the truth and hope in the occupied Europe. Winston Churchill used BBC for communication with the British. Through the radio he inspired them to struggle against the enemies. Besides London BBC studios at that time were a base both for the Polish Resistance, and radio station « Free France » under the direction of dе Gaulle. Nowadays BBC public broadcasting, working on five national channels :- «RADIO1» - broadcasting for the youth;«RADIO2» - entertainment radio channel;«RADIO3» - music channel;- «RADIO4» - international news;- «RADIO5» - sports radio station. National radio stations Regional (local) radio stations What radio programmes are popular in Russia WHO is WHO on Russian Radio… Can you imagine any radio station without deejays?Sometimes people don’t know their faces. But their voices are well-known. Alyona Borodina, Russkoe radio Rita Mitrofanova, MAXIMUM Bachinsky & Stilavin, MAXIMUM