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What was the most popular radio show in 1930 or 1933?

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Rudy vallee and alan freed.
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There was no television until the 1940s so the popular shows of the 1930s were the Vaudeville Theatrical troups which toured the country.
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The program Amos n Andy was perhaps the most popular
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As far as I know one of the most popular shows on the station is The Best Show with Tom Scharpling. At least they always say that he brings in the most cash during the annual fundraiser
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