Wow, Amy. Is that really you? You look like a mature young woman in the 20th century with those clothes on.
You even did your hair in a young woman's mid-century style.
Okay. Let's see what's happening with radio in the mid 1900s.
ABC Radio Station
In March of 1945, the entire Academy Awards production is broadcast on radio for the very first time.
On April 12th of 1945, regular radio programming is interrupted in the United States so the announcement of the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt can be broadcast throughout the country.
Written by Wells forty years previous as a fiction piece about martians invading New Jersey, police were inundated with calls from anxious listeners believing that what they heard on the radio was actually happening in real time: An invasion of Martians!
Guglielmo Marconi (April 1874 - July 1937) was an Italian inventor. In 1895 he sent and received the first radio signal in Italy.
In 1909 he shared the Nobel Prize in Physics with Karl Ferdinand Braun for his contribution in the development of wireless radiotelegraphy.
And now you know.