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The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated 91 years earlier in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the second oldest radio show still on the air behind only the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier. Happy Station's run had been interrupted twice - from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.

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  • The Happy Station Show
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  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated 91 years earlier in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the second oldest radio show still on the air behind only the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier. Happy Station's run had been interrupted twice - from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated 91 years earlier in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the third oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, and the BBC's The Daily Service. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated 91 years earlier in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. The show claimed an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. Happy Sation was PCJJ and then 's most popular programme, claiming an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. Happy Sation was PCJJ and then Radio Netherlands Worldwide's most popular programme, claiming an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. Happy Sation was PCJJ and then Radio Netherlands Worldwide's most popular programme, claiming an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. Happy Station was PCJJ and then Radio Netherlands Worldwide's most popular programme, claiming an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s.
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  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated 91 years earlier in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the second oldest radio show still on the air behind only the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier. Happy Station's run had been interrupted twice - from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated 91 years earlier in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the third oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, and the BBC's The Daily Service. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated 91 years earlier in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. The show claimed an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. Happy Sation was PCJJ and then 's most popular programme, claiming an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio, and is also the fourth oldest radio show still on the air, behind the Grand Ole Opry, which began three years earlier, the BBC's The Daily Service, and Choral Evensong. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. Happy Sation was PCJJ and then Radio Netherlands Worldwide's most popular programme, claiming an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. Happy Sation was PCJJ and then Radio Netherlands Worldwide's most popular programme, claiming an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
  • The Happy Station Show is the world's oldest international radio programme still being broadcast, having originated in 1928 on shortwave radio. The show followed a format of light entertainment, special guests, music, and information about Dutch life. Later, the show pioneered international call-in shows, in both the English and Spanish versions, during the 1970s. Happy Station was PCJJ and then Radio Netherlands Worldwide's most popular programme, claiming an audience of as high as 100 million in the 1930s and 25 million in the 1970s. Happy Station's run has been interrupted twice — from 1940 until 1946 due to World War II and again from 1995 when it was cancelled until its revival in 2009. The revived programme is not affiliated with Radio Netherlands Worldwide or RNW Media.
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