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  • Radio Programs
    • 150 Minutes With Greta
        • Radio program hosted by Dr. Greta Mantleray that Bruce listens to in the car in Episode 4 Furs by Sebastian.
    • A.M. Boston
        • Morning show that puts on the Miss Boston Barmaids Contest (Season 1 episode 18 No Contest)
    • Alastair McCello
        • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. Max: "But in Dayton, it was classical. Hence, the name Alastair McCello.” (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • ALF Funny Satellite Radio Show
        • ALF's new satellite radio show, which he claims is being broadcast from an actual satellite, though it later revealed to be a sound stage (Sketch featured on the Season 3 DVD menu)
    • Amber Edwards' Book Chat
        • Radio show on Frasier's radio station (Season 2 episode Slow Tango in South Seattle)
    • Beyond The Outer Reach With George Larson
        • Mon-Fri 3:17 AM. KDRK 1210 AM. Call now. We might believe you.
    • Bill McNeal's Hypothetical Interviews
        • New segment airing on WNYX during which Bill pretends to interview President Bill Clinton. (Season 4 episode Pure Evil)
    • Bizwhiz
        • Radio show hosted by Iris Black, who wants someone from Dundee Mifflin to come on the air to talk about local business issues. (Season 9 episode The Boat)
    • Bob And Nipsy's Morning Laugh Factory
        • Talk show nominated for a SeaBee Award (Season 5 episode Bad Dog)
    • Bob The Bulldog Brisco And The Gonzo Sports Show
        • Radio show on Frasier's radio station KACL 780.
    • Bonnie - The Auto Lady - Weems
        • DJ on Frasier's radio station (Season 1 episode Oops)
    • Boston's Working Poets
        • Radio program that showcases Diane reading her poem "Ode to a Cornish Hen" in the pool room at Cheers. The concept is part-time poets in their working habitats reading the own verse. (Season 4 episode 14 Suspicion)
    • The Brock Report
        • Matthew's new radio news segment. Lisa Miller: "Opinions expressed by Matthew Brock are not necessarily those of WNYX. Facts cited by Matthew Brock are not necessarily facts." (Season 5 episode Ploy)
    • The Buster Friendly Show
        • How did Buster Friendly find the time to tape both his aud and vid shows? Isidorewondered. And how did Amanda Werner find time to be a guest every other day, month after month, year after year? How did they keep talking? They never repeated themselves — not so far as he could determine. Their remarks, always witty, always new, weren't rehearsed. Amanda's hair glowed, her eyes glinted, her teeth shone; she never ran down, never became tired, never found herself at a loss as to a clever retort to Buster's bang-bang string of quips, jokes, and sharp observations. The Buster Friendly Show, telecast and broadcast over all Earth via satellite, also poured down on the emigrants of the colony planets. Practice transmissions beamed to Proxima had been attempted, in case human colonization extended that far.
    • Car Chat With Bob And Bethany
        • New show on KACL that pushes Frasier and Roz off the air for a week (Season 7 episode Morning Becomes Entertainment)
    • Carlos And The Chicken
        • New morning show on KACL that prank calls Frasier (Season 7 episode Radio Wars)
    • Charlie Chowder
        • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. In Boston, he was Charlie Chowder. (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Chopper Dave's Rush Hour Round-up
        • Radio show on Frasier's radio station KACL 780.
    • Classical Drive
        • Radio program that Truman listens to on his way to work: "This is Classical Clive with Classical Drive." Truman has been taught to enjoy classical music as a work around to avoid copyright infringement on the show since the most of the music has passed its copyright protection period.
    • Community Forum
        • Radio show nominated for the same Seabee Award as Frasier and Roz. Wendy Ashiro, talent, Mike Freedman, producer. (Season 1 episode And the Whimper Is…)
    • Consumer Forum
        • Talk show nominated for a SeaBee Award (Season 5 episode Bad Dog)
    • Consumer Update
        • Radio show nominated for the same Seabee Award as Frasier and Roz. Mike Sanchez, talent, T.J. "Chester" Nuevo, producer. (Season 1 episode And the Whimper Is…)
    • Crazy Ira And The Douche
        • Local shock jock radio program, Pawnee's most hilarious drive time radio guys, so much better than Tubby Tony and the Papaya, from multiple episodes.
    • Cuddle Up With Dr. Zach
        • New radio psychiatry show, Frasier's new competition (Season 9 episode Junior Agent)
    • Damien Faustman
        • Shock jock radio DJ from episode of the Twilight Zone anthology TV show spoof Low Budget Tales of Clichéd Horror. "He's mad as hell!" (episode 4 On Melrose Avenue)
    • Dinner With Hector
        • Local piano music radio show broadcast in Wayward Pines between 7 and 8 o'clock.
    • DJ Pam Halpert
        • Joke Jim makes about leaving the party early to go home. Jim: "DJ Pam Halpert is spinning some serious Radio Disney tonight." (Season 8 episode Pool Party)
    • Don McNeill and His Breakfast Club
        • When Mr. Burns decides to go on a radio program to become more popular, he assumes the most popular program is still Don McNeill and his Breakfast Club, but Bart tells him to get with the times, now it's Jerry Rude and the Bathroom Bunch. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Dr. Dan The Bull-sesh Man
        • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. Max (after Dave tells him he used to listen to the show: "I thought the only people that listened to that show were confused adolescents with serious questions about their sexuality.” (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Dr. Demento
        • Radio program, and apparently Bart's mortal enemy. "It's time for more dementia with Dr. Demento!" (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • The Dr. Green Thumb Show
        • The name of the radio show that Rebecca calls for advice about her new boss (Season 7 episode 4 One Happy Chappy in a Snappy Serape)
    • Fibber McGee And Molly
        • Mr. James buys Matthew the rights to an old radio show for Christmas (Season 2 episode Xmas Story)
    • Fletcher Grey: From Where I Sit
        • Radio show nominated for the same Seabee Award as Frasier and Roz. Fletcher Grey, talent, Fletcher Grey, producer. (Season 1 episode And the Whimper Is…)
    • Floyd The Happy Chef
        • Program on Frasier's radio station - Frasier takes his slot when Floyd is in rehab again (Season 3 episode The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl)
    • Gil Chesterton's Restaurant Beat
        • Radio show Frasier mentions (Season 1 episode The Show Where Lilith Comes Back)
    • The Happy Chef
        • Talk show on Frasier's radio station (Season 2 episode Agents in America, Part III)
    • The Happy Traveler
        • Nationally syndicated radio show (Season 6 episode The Seal Who Came to Dinner)
    • Health Chat
        • Radio show Niles' new girlfriend mentions. Mel: "I was one of the doctors on Health Chat during cosmetic surgery week. I did a segment on breast augmentation." Frasier: "Ah, how uplifting!" (Season 7 episode The Fight Before Christmas)
    • Health Watch With Dr. Clint Webber
        • New talk show on KACL (Season 5 episode Perfect Guy)
    • Here's Looking At Food
        • Radio show nominated for the Seattle Broadcasting Award for Outstanding Restaurant Critic. (Season 8 episode Episode Frasier's Edge)
    • Highway Hits
        • Everett "the Maverick" Sloan hosts the show Highway Hits on local radio station WOTW in Cayuga, New Mexico, brought to you by Santa Mira Mill and Cloverbloom Honey, with co-sponsorship from the business of the week, the Udder Stand - providing the whole valley with the coldest confections and the sweetest slurgs.
    • Hot Probs
        • The radio show Heather McNamara calls in saying she's Madonna and she's upset about life and thinking about suicide.
    • The Hourly Radio
        • By profession Helmholtz Watson was a lecturer at the College of Emotional Engineering (Department of Writing) and the intervals of his educational activities, a working Emotional Engineer. He wrote regularly for The Hourly Radio, composed feely scenarios, and had the happiest knack for slogans and hypnopædic rhymes.
    • Inside The Statehouse
        • Radio show nominated for a SeaBee award (Season 11 episode SeaBee Jeebies)
    • The Itchy and Scratchy Radio Hour
        • Abe and Bart listen to The Itchy and Scratchy Radio Hour on the car radio, presented by Hansen's Mustache Wax. "The mustache wax Hitler doesn't use." (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
    • It's A Gal's World
        • Radio psychiatrist Dr. Dorothy Stone's radio program on KDAFY (Season 2 episode Dressed to Call)
    • It's Your Dime
        • Radio show nominated for a SeaBee award (Season 11 episode SeaBee Jeebies)
    • The Jamhouse With JC and The Horndog
        • The gang at the precinct listen to The Jamhouse With JC and the Horndog on local radio station 93.7, play the game "Guess that Sound" to win money. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • Jazz Plus Jazz Equals Jazz
        • Radio show. Derry Murbles: "Now it's time for Jazz Plus Jazz Equals Jazz. Today we have a recording of Benny Goodman played over a separate recording of Miles Davis." (Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons)
    • The Jazzmanian Devil
        • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. Max: "In New Orleans, I was The Jazzmanian Devil.” (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Jerry Rude and the Bathroom Bunch
        • When Mr. Burns decides to go on a radio program to become more popular, he assumes the most popular program is still Don McNeill and his Breakfast Club, but Bart tells him to get with the times, now it's Jerry Rude and the Bathroom Bunch. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • The Jimmy James Towers: Total Eclipse Of The Park
        • Radio news report segment about Jimmy James' new building project. (Season 5 episode Towers)
    • Johnny Tumbleweed
        • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. In San Antonio, he was Johnny Tumbleweed, The High Desert DJ. (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Kiki And Mel's Drivetime Circus
        • Radio show. Alistair: "So sorry to hear about your ordeal today." Frasier: "Oh, boy, you heard my show then?" Alistair: "No, I heard the replay on Kiki and Mel's Drivetime Circus." (Season 11 episode The Doctor is Out)
    • Knute Rockly
        • Max worked at 37 radio stations before WNYX, using a different 'nom de radio' each time. Max: "In Cleveland, I worked at a rock station, so I used the name Knute Rockly.” (Season 5 episode Lucky Burger)
    • Let's Go Camping With Dan & Jenny
        • Radio show that used to be on KACL, but the hosts went missing. Frasier: "You know what, I'm just going to call Kenny and tell him to give her her own show. They're looking for a replacement for Let's Go Camping With Dan & Jenny." Martin: "What happened to them?" Frasier: "They don't know." (Season 7 episode Something About Dr. Mary)
    • Love Talk with Dr. Lucy
        • Dan calls a local radio station for help with a bout of impotence. (Season 5 episode No Hard Feelings)
    • Max Lewis' This Day In History
        • Max's new segment on WNYX, based on Lisa's new segment, This Day in History with Lisa Miller (Season 5 episode Noise)
    • The McNeil Perspective
        • Bill's new opinion segment, during which he complains about another broadcaster using the word penis on the air. (Season 3 episode The Injury)
    • Mike Miller
        • DJ on WKLJ says his replacement at 6:00 am will be Mike Miller. Michael R. Miller is the sound editor for the movie.
    • Modern Psychiatry
        • Homer listens to a radio program hosted by Dr. Michael Westfield discussing shared psychotic disorder. (Season 2 episode Treasure Island)
    • The Morning Dog Pound
        • Morning radio talk show that Peggy mentions: "Bobby, the reason people weren't laughing is not because you weren't funny, it was because they didn't know they were supposed to laugh. You are as funny as Wacky and Steve on Power-100, or even that Morning Dog Pound. The only thing that separates you from them is... a cowbell." (Season 8 episode Dale Be Not Proud)
    • The Morning Zoo with Bill and Marty
        • Also called The Bill And Marty Show. Local radio program, from multiple episodes. "Two grown men that can't get enough of each other."
        • Bill and Marty announce the snow day in Springfield. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets an F)
        • Mentioned. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
        • Mr. Burns buys the radio station and fires Bill and Marty. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • Norman In The Mornin'
        • Morning talk show that the new station manager Kenny mentions: "So funny you pray for traffic." (Season 5 episode Sweet Dreams)
    • On The Couch With Jeff And Lars
        • Radio psychiatry show Frasier mentions, discussing past competition. Frasier: "We've seen them come and go before. Dr. Mary, Professor Hugs, "On the Couch With Jeff and Lars." (Season 9 episode Junior Agent)
    • Pet Chat
        • Talk show on Frasier's radio station (Season 2 episode Agents in America Part III, Season 3 episode Leapin' Lizards)
    • Professor Hugs
        • Radio psychiatry show Frasier mentions, discussing past competition. Frasier: "We've seen them come and go before. Dr. Mary, Professor Hugs, "On the Couch With Jeff and Lars." (Season 9 episode Junior Agent)
    • The Real Deal With Lisa Miller
        • Lisa replaces Bill as the host of the Real Deal segment when Bill becomes the station manager. (Season 4 episode Who's the Boss?)
    • Real Neil (with Pipes Of Steel)
        • DJ on Greendale College campus radio station.
        • Featured in Season 5 episode 3.
        • Featured in episode Pillows and Blankets.
    • Red McGibbon And Bullet: Nazi Hunters
        • Jack Dorso, also known as "Uncle Jack", first achieved success in the 40s, as a costar of the radio and then film serial, Red McGibbon and Bullet: Nazi Hunters.
    • Restaurant Beat
        • Gil's restaurant critic radio show (Season 8 episode Episode Frasier's Edge)
    • The Ricky Langtry Show
        • Radio program Karen goes on to condemn the ATF field office bomber - Lewis Wilson. (Season 1 episode Cold Steel)
    • Rush Hour Renegades
        • Joey and Jesse become radio DJs for a show called Rush Hour Renegades on KFLH.
    • Ryan Wisely
        • DJ on Haven radio station WDLH heard in Season 1 episode 1 Welcome to Haven.
    • Shut Up New York
        • Bill's new segment on WNYX (Season 4 episode The Secret of Management)
    • Sound Off, New York
        • Radio program Dave proposes to Mr. James. Dave: "I was thinking we could devote half an hour every afternoon to a live call-in show, in which the listeners of our station could air their complaints about living in the city." (Season 2 episode The Cane)
    • Sports Shorts
        • Sam's buddy Dave Richard's radio program (Season 4 episode 8 Love Thy Neighbor)
    • Story Time Theater
        • Former KACL talent Tooty's radio show (Season 6 episode Good Grief)
    • Swing Serenade
        • Radio program that Marge listens to in the kitchen, sponsored by Gorman's Ear Guards. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Teen Scene
        • Radio show on KACL that has Frasier on as a guest, and then ambushes him with questions about his competency (Season 9 episode Juvenilia)
    • Teenage Rendezvous with Cayuga Queen
        • Joke about Fay's future radio show that "Takes requests and tells stories of young love"
    • Tender Branson Radio Ministry
        • Chapter 9. One of a thousand canned radio shows that Tender Branson taped in a studio he doesn't remember where.
    • This Day In History With Lisa Miller
        • Lisa's new segment on WNYX (Season 5 episode Noise)
    • Thought For Your Thoughts
        • Radio show on Pawnee Public Radio. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised, Season 5 episode Pawnee Commons) Now with Pawneean host Derry Murbles, and an Eagletonian host, August Clementine. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
        • Radio talk show from Jessica Jones, with Trish talking about Luke Cage's exploits in Harlem. (Season 1 episode Suckas Need Bodyguards)
    • Trish Talk: Unsung Heroes Of Medicine
        • A very special episode of Trish Talk to draw out Dr. Leslie Hansen. (Season 2 episode AKA Sole Survivor)
    • Underground Skateboarder
        • Radio show nominated for a SeaBee award (Season 11 episode SeaBee Jeebies)
    • Verbal Tea
        • Radio show on Nationwide Public Radio, with Amy Levine-Gonzalez. "What sunny Sunday afternoons are for," according to Lisa. (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Wacky & Steve
        • Morning radio talk show that Peggy mentions: "Bobby, the reason people weren't laughing is not because you weren't funny, it was because they didn't know they were supposed to laugh. You are as funny as Wacky and Steve on Power-100, or even that Morning Dog Pound. The only thing that separates you from them is... a cowbell." (Season 8 episode Dale Be Not Proud)
    • The Wailin Wailer
        • Episode Dance Fever. The Wailin Wailer is the DJ at the school dance. Maggie and Jasonchaperon.
    • The Wine Corner
        • Frasier's new spot at the end of Gil's Restaurant Beat on KACL (Season 8 episode Forgotten but not Gone)
    • The Young Person's Guide To Depression
        • Frasier's radio special nominated for a SeaBee award (Season 11 episode SeaBee Jeebies)
    • Zoot Suit Wyatt
        • Ben used to be a DJ and had a show called Zoot Suit Wyatt on Carleton College radio. Tuesdays from 3am to 5am, he was the king of swing. (Season 6 episode Prom)

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