Many old-timers believe that radio's golden age took place during the '30s and '40s, when high-quality dramas, serials and variety shows filled the schedule and television had not yet taken hold of the popular imagination. Baby boomers, meanwhile, are generally divided over whether the medium was at its best during the '50s, when Top 40 hits and speed-rapping DJs dominated the AM dial, or the late '60s, when FM's open frontier led to the development of wildly creative free-form broadcasts that are remembered... More >>>