Radio is one of the strongest audio medium out there. From music to showbiz gossip, we’ve got it all. On the occasion of our anniversary, we are celebrating the celebrities who have hosted their own shows. Check it out!
Apple introduced two new radio stations in 2020. One of the stations airs a programme hosted by Snoop Dogg.
Khloé Kardashian is well-known for being a member of the Jenner-Kardashian family, but she has long been a famous person in her own right. She presided over the radio programme ‘The Mix Up’ on Mix 102.9 in Dallas, Texas, in 2012.
The eldest of the four Baldwin brothers, Alec Baldwin is best known for his screen appearances in both TV and films. In 2009, he hosted the nationally-syndicated radio series ‘The New York Philharmonic This Week.’
Kevin Hart, a stand-up comic and actor, bravely transitioned to radio in 2018. On his own SiriusXM channel, ‘Laugh Out Loud Radio’, he serves as the host of a comedy show.
Oprah, who is well known for her television talk show, also had her own radio station, ‘Oprah Radio’, from 2006 to 2014. Regular programming was available on a range of subjects on the channel.
Ryan Seacrest began his career in radio before becoming widely recognised for hosting ‘American Idol.’ From the age of 16, he worked as an intern at WSTR/Star 94. In 2004, he started hosting ‘America Top 40.’
‘The Foxxhole’, the actor’s own Sirius Satellite Radio station, debuted in 2007. ‘The Jamie Foxx Show’, his own variety programme, aired on that channel.
In 2000, the comedian, Steve Harvey started hosting his weekday morning radio show, ‘The Steve Harvey Morning Show.’ The show’s main themes include humour and current affairs.
Actress Anna Faris decided to convert her podcast ‘Anna Faris is Unqualified’ to radio in 2018, which was an unusual decision at the time.
In 2014, the actor, Idris Elba ventured into radio. He hosted the programme ‘Journey Dot Africa,’ which examined a range of African musical styles.
Russell Brand, a British comedian, has had a rocky radio career.
DJ Khaled got his start in radio. He hosted a show on the radio station, ’99 Jamz’ in the 1990s.