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What's the name of that song you heard on National Public Radio recently with lyrics similar to Uh-oh baby get out of your car you gotta walk home tonight by a guy whose first or last name is Lawrence?

  Answer   I'm not sure of the version you heard on NPR but "Uh Oh (Get Out Of The Car)" was a Jan. 1955 release on the Okeh label by The Treniers. The group's main m (MORE)
In Radio

Why is the radio so important to the public?

We use the radio everyday, whether you're in your car listening to music, or listening to the news, or just entertainment. Or you're in your house or on a boat and you don't w (MORE)

When did the first radio for the public come out?

, it was 8XK of KDKA Radio on November 2, 1920 out of East Pittsburgh. If you mean the first radio station as in first to be used to send and receive radio waves, this was cre (MORE)
In Science

How do the national weather service alert the public to dangerous weather?

One of the more easier ways of today we have available would be our NOAA Weather Radios, as well as coordination with local television stations, fire departments, local law en (MORE)