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'''Radio programs''' are known to be broadcast in the [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]] [[region]]s of the [[Pokémon world]]. Most radio stations are hosted by [[DJ]]s and are broadcast from [[Goldenrod Radio Tower]] in Johto or [[Pokémon Tower#Differences among generations|Lavender Radio Tower]].
'''Buena's Password''' (Japanese: '''アオイのあいことば''' ''{{tt|Aoi|Buena}}'s Password'') is a quiz show held in the [[Goldenrod Radio Tower|Radio Tower]] that was first introduced in {{game|Crystal}}.
 
==In the games==
The channel is broadcast in its own station in [[Generation II]], while in [[Generation IV]] it is part of the repertoire of the [[Variety Channel]].
Radio functionality is included in the [[Pokégear]], which is featured in the Johto-based games {{game5|Gold|Silver|Crystal|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}.
 
==How=Lucky toNumber playShow===
The '''Lucky Number Show''' ('''ラッキーナンバーキャンペーン''' ''Lucky Number Campaign'') is a radio program hosted by {{DL|DJ|Reed}} on the '''Lucky Channel''' (Japanese: '''ラッキーチャンネル''' ''Lucky Channel'') from the Goldenrod Radio Tower in [[Goldenrod City]] in Generation II.
 
The station broadcasts in Johto on channel 8.5. The channel broadcasts a random [[Original Trainer|OT]] [[Trainer ID number|ID number]] which changes every {{DL|Days of the week|Friday}}. During the week, the player can visit the Radio Tower and talk to a man on the first floor. If any of the player's Pokémon in the [[party]] or in the [[Pokémon Storage System]] have an OT ID that in whole or in part matches the ID number for the week, they will receive a prize. The player may only receive a prize once per week, even if they have multiple Pokémon with winning IDs. The lucky numbers for the week are randomly generated the first time the player speaks with the man on the first floor of the Radio Tower<!-- (unconfirmed, but possibly also generated when the player switches to the Lucky Number radio channel)-->.
In order to play the quiz show, the player must listen to the [[Pokégear]] radio from 6 PM to midnight (in [[Generation IV]], at 2 AM, 5 AM, 8 AM, 11 AM, 2 PM, 5 PM, 8 PM, and 11 PM). A secret password will be announced over the air, along with an invitation for listeners to come to the [[Goldenrod Radio Tower]] in [[Goldenrod City]]. The player is to go to the second floor and talk to [[Buena]], the show's host. She will give the player three options; if the correct one is picked, one point is added to the player's Blue Card. Only one point can be earned per day. In [[Generation II]] these points can be spent on prizes in the Radio Tower. In [[Generation IV]] prizes are given out the moment the player has the right amount of points. Changing the DS time to a different day will not allow another point to be earned.
 
The possible prizes are:
Also, players cannot have more than 30p on the Blue Card, so in [[Generation II]] some points must be spent before earning more. In [[Generation IV]] the player will be issued a new Blue Card once the 30p limit is hit.
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While the program is no longer broadcast in Generation IV, the [[Pokémon Lottery Corner|drawing itself]] remains on the Radio Tower's ground floor, changing daily, rather than weekly, and with the same prizes as the drawings in [[Hoenn]] and [[Sinnoh]].
==Prizes==
 
===Generation II prizes===
===Mysterious Transmission===
Points must be spent to buy each prize.
When the player is at the [[Ruins of Alph]], strange noises will play and there will be no reception from other stations.
{| style="margin:auto; background: #A6D4FF; {{roundy}}; border: 3px solid #1E90FF;"
 
In [[Generation II]], it can be heard on channel 13.5. In [[Generation IV]], it also increases the chance of encountering an {{p|Unown}} form the player has not yet encountered, and sounds similar to the [[Azure Flute]]. It can be heard if the radio is tuned to somewhere in the center.
 
===Poké Flute===
The station plays [[Poké Flute]] music that is used to awaken {{p|Snorlax}}. It requires the [[Pokégear#Radio|EXPN Card]] upgrade.
 
In Generation II, it can be heard on channel 20.0. In Generation IV, it only plays in the [[Celadon Game Corner]] and the [[Goldenrod Game Corner]]. It can be heard if the radio is tuned near the top, above stations 1 and 2.
 
===Pokédex Show===
The '''Pokédex Show''' (Japanese: '''よくわかる ポケモンずかん''' ''Understanding<!--Maybe there's some better word?--> the {{tt|Pokémon Gallery|Pokédex}}'') is a radio show available in Johto in Generation II. It operates on radio frequency 4.5 from 4 AM to 10 AM each day. All the other times, [[#Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk|Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk]] is broadcasted on that frequency. This show is not hosted by any known DJ. The Pokédex Show randomly broadcasts Pokédex descriptions out of the Pokémon that the player has caught and stored in the Pokédex.
 
===Pokémon Music===
The '''Pokémon Music Channel''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンミュージック チャンネル''' ''Pokémon Music Channel'') broadcasts different pieces of music on different [[days of the week]], each with different effects. In Pokémon Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, the [[Pokégear#Radio|EXPN Card]] is required to listen to the Kanto station.
 
In Generation II, the program differs between Johto and Kanto. In Johto, the program is known as '''Pokémon Music''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンミュージック''' ''Pokémon Music''), and is hosted by DJ {{DL|DJ|Ben}} on channel 7.5. In Kanto, the program is known as '''Pokémusic''' (Japanese: '''ポケミュージック''' ''Pokémusic'') or '''Let's All Sing!''' (Japanese: '''みんなで うたおう!''' ''Let's Sing, Everybody!''), and is hosted by DJ {{DL|DJ|Fern}} on channel 18.5.
 
In Generation IV, the program is hosted by {{DL|DJ|Ben}} in both Kanto and Johto on station 1 (top-left).
 
The highlighted row in the schedule below marks the current day (in {{wp|Coordinated Universal Time|UTC}} time).
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background: #{{silver color}}; border: 3px solid #{{crystal color}}"
! style="background: #{{gold color light}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" rowspan="2" | Day
! style="background: #{{gold color light}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" colspan="3" | Music
|- style="background: #{{gold color light}}"
! [[Generation II]]
! [[Generation IV]],<br/>pre-[[National Pokédex]]
! [[Generation IV]],<br/>post-[[National Pokédex]]
|- style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 0|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}"
| {{DL|Days of the week|Sunday}} || Pokémon March || Pokémon March || Pokémon Past Archive{{tt|*|After receiving GB Sounds; Pokémon March otherwise}}
|- style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 1|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}"
| {{DL|Days of the week|Monday}} || Pokémon Lullaby || Pokémon March || Pokémon March
|- style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 2|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}"
| {{DL|Days of the week|Tuesday}} || Pokémon March || Pokémon Lullaby || Pokémon Lullaby
|- style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 3|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}"
| {{DL|Days of the week|Wednesday}} || Pokémon Lullaby || Pokémon March || Hoenn Sound
|- style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 4|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}"
| {{DL|Days of the week|Thursday}} || Pokémon March || Pokémon Lullaby || Sinnoh Sound
|- style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 5|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}"
| {{DL|Days of the week|Friday}} || Pokémon Lullaby || Pokémon March || Pokémon March
|-
| style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 6|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}; {{roundybl|5px}}" | {{DL|Days of the week|Saturday}}
| style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 6|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}" | Pokémon March
| style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 6|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}" | Pokémon Lullaby
| style="text-align:center; background:#{{#ifexpr: {{#time: w}} = 6|{{yellow color}}|FFF}}; {{roundybr|5px}}" | Pokémon Lullaby
|}{{-}}
 
====Pokémon March====
The Pokémon March increases wild Pokémon encounter rate when played, much like the {{DL|Flute|White Flute}} does in [[Generation III]] and IV.
*In Generation II: The song plays on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
*In Generation IV: The song plays on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays pre-[[National Pokédex]], and only on Mondays and Fridays post-National Pokédex after receiving the [[GB Sounds]].
 
====Pokémon Lullaby====
The Pokémon Lullaby decreases wild Pokémon encounter rate when played, much like the {{DL|Flute|Black Flute}} does in [[Generation III]] and IV.
*In Generation II: The song plays on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
*In Generation IV: The song plays on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays pre-National Pokédex, and only on Tuesdays and Saturdays post-National Pokédex.
 
====Pokémon Past Archive====
The Pokémon Past Archive is only accessible in Generation IV, after the player has acquired the National Pokédex. It has no function in the field, but like the [[GB Sounds]], it plays chiptunes from Generation II. It primarily plays music that the player cannot normally listen to with the GB Sounds, such as the game's opening and ending themes. It plays on Sundays after receiving the GB Sounds from the Game Freak employee.
 
====Hoenn Sound====
The Hoenn Sound channel is also accessible only in Generation IV, post-National Pokédex. It plays a remixed version of the {{rt|101|Hoenn}} theme, which attracts certain wild [[Hoenn]] Pokémon. The song plays on Wednesdays. In order to successfully attract Pokémon, the music must be currently playing instead of the location music.
 
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background: #{{hoenn color light}}; border: 3px solid #{{hoenn color dark}}"
! style="background:#{{hoenn color}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | [[List of Pokémon by National Pokédex number|#]]
! colspan=2 style="background:#{{hoenn color}}" | Pokémon
! style="background:#{{hoenn color}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Area
|- style="background:#fff"
|263
|{{MSP|263|Zigzagoon}}
|{{p|Zigzagoon}}
|[[Sprout Tower]], [[Bell Tower]], and [[Burned Tower]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|264
|{{MSP|264|Linoone}}
|{{p|Linoone}}
|[[Route]]s {{rtn|4|Kanto}}, {{rtn|6|Kanto}}, {{rtn|9|Kanto}}, {{rtn|10|Kanto}}, {{rtn|13|Kanto}}, {{rtn|21|Kanto}}, {{rtn|22|Kanto}}, {{rtn|24|Kanto}}, {{rtn|25|Kanto}}, {{rtn|26|Kanto}}, {{rtn|27|Kanto}}, {{rtn|28|Kanto}}, {{rtn|30|Johto}}, {{rtn|31|Johto}}, {{rtn|32|Johto}}, {{rtn|34|Johto}}, {{rtn|35|Johto}}, {{rtn|42|Johto}}, {{rtn|43|Johto}}, {{rtn|44|Johto}}, {{rtn|45|Johto}}, {{rtn|47|Johto}}, [[Ruins of Alph]], and [[Mt. Silver]] (outside)
|- style="background:#fff"
|293
|{{MSP|293|Whismur}}
|{{p|Whismur}}
|[[Route]]s {{rtn|4|Kanto}}, {{rtn|6|Kanto}}, {{rtn|9|Kanto}}, {{rtn|10|Kanto}}, {{rtn|13|Kanto}}, {{rtn|21|Kanto}}, {{rtn|22|Kanto}}, {{rtn|24|Kanto}}, {{rtn|25|Kanto}}, {{rtn|26|Kanto}}, {{rtn|27|Kanto}}, {{rtn|28|Kanto}}, {{rtn|30|Johto}}, {{rtn|31|Johto}}, {{rtn|32|Johto}}, {{rtn|34|Johto}}, {{rtn|35|Johto}}, {{rtn|42|Johto}}, {{rtn|43|Johto}}, {{rtn|44|Johto}}, {{rtn|45|Johto}}, {{rtn|47|Johto}}, [[Ruins of Alph]], and [[Mt. Silver]] (outside)
|- style="background:#fff"
|296
|{{MSP|296|Makuhita}}
|{{p|Makuhita}}
|[[Slowpoke Well]], [[Union Cave]], [[Mt. Mortar]], [[Dark Cave]], [[Whirl Islands]], [[Mt. Silver]] (cave), [[Ice Path]], [[Cliff Cave]], [[Diglett's Cave]], [[Mt. Moon]], [[Cerulean Cave]], [[Rock Tunnel]], [[Seafoam Islands]], {{ka|Victory Road}}, [[Tohjo Falls]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|311
|{{MSP|311|Plusle}}
|{{p|Plusle}}
|[[Route]]s {{rtn|1|Kanto}}, {{rtn|2|Kanto}}, {{rtn|3|Kanto}}, {{rtn|5|Kanto}}, {{rtn|7|Kanto}}, {{rtn|8|Kanto}}, {{rtn|11|Kanto}}, {{rtn|14|Kanto}}, {{rtn|15|Kanto}}, {{rtn|16|Kanto}}, {{rtn|17|Kanto}}, {{rtn|18|Kanto}}, {{rtn|29|Johto}}, {{rtn|33|Johto}}, {{rtn|36|Johto}}, {{rtn|37|Johto}}, {{rtn|38|Johto}}, {{rtn|39|Johto}}, {{rtn|46|Johto}}, {{rtn|48|Johto}}, and [[National Park]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|312
|{{MSP|312|Minun}}
|{{p|Minun}}
|[[Route]]s {{rtn|1|Kanto}}, {{rtn|2|Kanto}}, {{rtn|3|Kanto}}, {{rtn|5|Kanto}}, {{rtn|7|Kanto}}, {{rtn|8|Kanto}}, {{rtn|11|Kanto}}, {{rtn|14|Kanto}}, {{rtn|15|Kanto}}, {{rtn|16|Kanto}}, {{rtn|17|Kanto}}, {{rtn|18|Kanto}}, {{rtn|29|Johto}}, {{rtn|33|Johto}}, {{rtn|36|Johto}}, {{rtn|37|Johto}}, {{rtn|38|Johto}}, {{rtn|39|Johto}}, {{rtn|46|Johto}}, {{rtn|48|Johto}}, and [[National Park]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|322
|{{MSP|322|Numel}}
|{{p|Numel}}
|[[Ilex Forest]] and [[Viridian Forest]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|325
|{{MSP|325|Spoink}}
|{{p|Spoink}}
|[[Ilex Forest]] and [[Viridian Forest]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|327
|{{MSP|327|Spinda}}
|{{p|Spinda}}
|[[Sprout Tower]], [[Bell Tower]], and [[Burned Tower]]
|-
| style="background:#fff; {{roundybl|5px}}" | 359
| style="background:#fff" | {{MSP|359|Absol}}
| style="background:#fff" | {{p|Absol}}
| style="background:#fff; {{roundybr|5px}}" | [[Slowpoke Well]], [[Union Cave]], [[Mt. Mortar]], [[Dark Cave]], [[Whirl Islands]], [[Mt. Silver]] (cave), [[Ice Path]], [[Cliff Cave]], [[Diglett's Cave]], [[Mt. Moon]], [[Cerulean Cave]], [[Rock Tunnel]], [[Seafoam Islands]], {{ka|Victory Road}}, [[Tohjo Falls]]
|}
 
====Sinnoh Sound====
The Sinnoh Sound channel, much like the Hoenn Sound channel, can attract wild Pokémon from [[Sinnoh]] with a remix of the music played on {{rt|201|Sinnoh}}. It is only available in Generation IV, post-National Pokédex. The song plays on Thursdays. In order to successfully attract Pokémon, the music must be currently playing instead of the location music. Curiously, it attracts {{p|Meditite}} even though it is a [[Hoenn]] Pokémon.
 
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background:#{{sinnoh color light}}; border: 3px solid #{{sinnoh color dark}}"
|-
! style="background:#{{sinnoh color}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | [[List of Pokémon by National Pokédex number|#]]
! colspan=2 style="background:#{{sinnoh color}}" | Pokémon
! style="background:#{{sinnoh color}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Area
|- style="background:#fff"
|307
|{{MSP|307|Meditite}}
|{{p|Meditite}}
|[[Sprout Tower]], [[Bell Tower]], and [[Burned Tower]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|399
|{{MSP|399|Bidoof}}
|{{p|Bidoof}}
|[[Route]]s {{rtn|4|Kanto}}, {{rtn|6|Kanto}}, {{rtn|9|Kanto}}, {{rtn|10|Kanto}}, {{rtn|13|Kanto}}, {{rtn|21|Kanto}}, {{rtn|22|Kanto}}, {{rtn|24|Kanto}}, {{rtn|25|Kanto}}, {{rtn|26|Kanto}}, {{rtn|27|Kanto}}, {{rtn|28|Kanto}}, {{rtn|30|Johto}}, {{rtn|31|Johto}}, {{rtn|32|Johto}}, {{rtn|34|Johto}}, {{rtn|35|Johto}}, {{rtn|42|Johto}}, {{rtn|43|Johto}}, {{rtn|44|Johto}}, {{rtn|45|Johto}}, {{rtn|47|Johto}}, [[Ruins of Alph]], and [[Mt. Silver]] (outside)
|- style="background:#fff"
|403
|{{MSP|403|Shinx}}
|{{p|Shinx}}
|[[Route]]s {{rtn|1|Kanto}}, {{rtn|2|Kanto}}, {{rtn|3|Kanto}}, {{rtn|5|Kanto}}, {{rtn|7|Kanto}}, {{rtn|8|Kanto}}, {{rtn|11|Kanto}}, {{rtn|14|Kanto}}, {{rtn|15|Kanto}}, {{rtn|16|Kanto}}, {{rtn|17|Kanto}}, {{rtn|18|Kanto}}, {{rtn|29|Johto}}, {{rtn|33|Johto}}, {{rtn|36|Johto}}, {{rtn|37|Johto}}, {{rtn|38|Johto}}, {{rtn|39|Johto}}, {{rtn|46|Johto}}, {{rtn|48|Johto}}, and [[National Park]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|406
|{{MSP|406|Budew}}
|{{p|Budew}}
|[[Ilex Forest]] and [[Viridian Forest]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|418
|{{MSP|418|Buizel}}
|{{p|Buizel}}
|[[Route]]s {{rtn|4|Kanto}}, {{rtn|6|Kanto}}, {{rtn|9|Kanto}}, {{rtn|10|Kanto}}, {{rtn|13|Kanto}}, {{rtn|21|Kanto}}, {{rtn|22|Kanto}}, {{rtn|24|Kanto}}, {{rtn|25|Kanto}}, {{rtn|26|Kanto}}, {{rtn|27|Kanto}}, {{rtn|28|Kanto}}, {{rtn|30|Johto}}, {{rtn|31|Johto}}, {{rtn|32|Johto}}, {{rtn|34|Johto}}, {{rtn|35|Johto}}, {{rtn|42|Johto}}, {{rtn|43|Johto}}, {{rtn|44|Johto}}, {{rtn|45|Johto}}, {{rtn|47|Johto}}, [[Ruins of Alph]], and [[Mt. Silver]] (outside)
|- style="background:#fff"
|433
|{{MSP|433|Chingling}}
|{{p|Chingling}}
|[[Slowpoke Well]], [[Union Cave]], [[Mt. Mortar]], [[Dark Cave]], [[Whirl Islands]], [[Mt. Silver]] (cave), [[Ice Path]], [[Cliff Cave]], [[Diglett's Cave]], [[Mt. Moon]], [[Cerulean Cave]], [[Rock Tunnel]], [[Seafoam Islands]], {{ka|Victory Road}}, [[Tohjo Falls]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|436
|{{MSP|436|Bronzor}}
|{{p|Bronzor}}
|[[Slowpoke Well]], [[Union Cave]], [[Mt. Mortar]], [[Dark Cave]], [[Whirl Islands]], [[Mt. Silver]] (cave), [[Ice Path]], [[Cliff Cave]], [[Diglett's Cave]], [[Mt. Moon]], [[Cerulean Cave]], [[Rock Tunnel]], [[Seafoam Islands]], {{ka|Victory Road}}, [[Tohjo Falls]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|441
|{{MSP|441|Chatot}}
|{{p|Chatot}}
|[[Sprout Tower]], [[Bell Tower]], and [[Burned Tower]]
|-
| style="background:#fff; {{roundybl|5px}}" | 455
| style="background:#fff" | {{MSP|455|Carnivine}}
| style="background:#fff" | {{p|Carnivine}}
| style="background:#fff; {{roundybr|5px}}" | [[Ilex Forest]] and [[Viridian Forest]]
|}
 
===Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk===
'''Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk''' (Japanese: '''オーキドはかせの ポケモンこうざ''' ''{{tt|Dr. Okido's|Prof. Oak's}} Pokémon Lecture'') is a radio show aired on the '''Pokémon Channel''' (Japanese: '''ポケモン チャンネル''' ''Pokémon Channel''). It is hosted by [[Professor Oak]] and [[DJ Mary]]. The show talks about Pokémon and where they are found. At first, Professor Oak was going to turn down the offer of having his own radio show, but Mary's energy and enthusiasm convinced him to host it.
 
In Generation II, the show can be heard on channel 4.5, during the afternoons; in the mornings, the [[#Pokédex Show|Pokédex Show]] is broadcast instead. In Generation IV, the show can be heard all day on station 2 (top-right). After obtaining the [[National Pokédex]], it also informs the viewers of [[Pokémon outbreak|Pokémon swarms]]. This also includes the ones from Generation II that appeared in a swarm when a Trainer registered into the player's Pokégear contacted the player.
 
The following Pokémon may be found by listening to Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background: #{{soulsilver color}}; border: 5px solid #{{heartgold color}}" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="2" width="35%"
|-
! colspan="2" | Pokémon
! Location
! colspan="6" | Game
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|113|Chansey (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Chansey}}
|{{rt|13|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|132|Ditto (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Ditto}}
|{{rt|47|Johto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|183|Marill (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Marill}}
|[[Mt. Mortar]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|193|Yanma (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Yanma}}
|{{rt|35|Johto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|206|Dunsparce (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Dunsparce}}
|[[Dark Cave]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|209|Snubbull (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Snubbull}}
|{{rt|38|Johto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|211|Qwilfish (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Qwilfish}}
|{{rt|32|Johto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|223|Remoraid (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Remoraid}}
|{{rt|44|Johto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|261|Poochyena (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Poochyena}}
|{{rt|1|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|278|Wingull (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Wingull}}
|[[Vermilion City]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|280|Ralts (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Ralts}}
|{{rt|34|Johto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|302|Sableye (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Sableye}}
|{{rt|9|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:000" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|{{soulsilver color}}|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|303|Mawile (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Mawile}}
|{{rt|9|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:000" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|{{heartgold color}}|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|rowspan="2" | {{MS|316|Gulpin (Pokémon)}}
|rowspan="2" | {{p|Gulpin}}
|{{rt|3|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:000" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|{{heartgold color}}|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{rt|4|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:000" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|{{heartgold color}}|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|333|Swablu (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Swablu}}
|{{rt|45|Johto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|340|Whiscash (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Whiscash}}
|[[Violet City]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|rowspan="2" | {{MS|343|Baltoy (Pokémon)}}
|rowspan="2" | {{p|Baltoy}}
|{{rt|3|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:000" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|{{soulsilver color}}|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{rt|4|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:000" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|{{soulsilver color}}|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|366|Clamperl (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Clamperl}}
|{{rt|19|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|369|Relicanth (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Relicanth}}
|{{rt|12|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|370|Luvdisc (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Luvdisc}}
|{{rt|27|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|401|Kricketot (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Kricketot}}
|[[Viridian Forest]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|{{MS|427|Buneary (Pokémon)}}
|{{p|Buneary}}
|{{rt|25|Kanto}}
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|HG}}]]
! colspan="3" style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000|SS}}]]
|}
 
===Radio Transmission===
A high-pitched screech plays over and over. It only plays in [[Mahogany Town]], {{rt|43|Johto}}, and [[Lake of Rage]] before the player has cleared the [[Team Rocket HQ]].
 
In Generation II, it can be heard on channel 20.5. In Generation IV, the broadcast causes interference that prevents the radio from tuning in to other stations.
 
===Team Rocket Announcement===
The announcement is played on all stations after [[Team Rocket]] had succeeded in the taking over the Goldenrod Radio Tower. A Team Rocket {{tc|Executive}} announces over the airwaves that they have rejoined, and pleads their boss, [[Giovanni]], to come out of hiding and rejoin them. It begins playing once the player had defeated the seventh [[Gym Leader]], and no longer plays after Team Rocket disbands.
 
===That Town, These People===
'''That Town, These People''' (Japanese: '''あのまち このひと''' ''That Town, These People''), known as '''Places and People''' in Generation II, is a show that focuses on various towns or people.
 
In Generation II, it is broadcast from Kanto on channel 16.5, and is hosted by {{DL|DJ|Lily}}. In Pokémon Crystal, an [[Pokégear#Radio|EXPN Card]] is required to listen to the program on a Pokégear; however, players can listen to the show on radios in Kanto houses before then. The program pulls the name of a random {{pkmn|Trainer}} the {{player}} has fought, or a random location, and then applies a random quality from the list below to it.
 
* ''<Trainer>'' is actually great.
* ''<Trainer>'' is always happy.
* ''<Trainer>'' is cute.
* ''<Trainer>'' is definitely odd!
* ''<Trainer>'' is inspiring!
* ''<Trainer>'' is just my type.
* ''<Trainer>'' is just so-so.
* ''<Trainer>'' is kind of weird.
* ''<Trainer>'' is precocious.
* ''<Trainer>'' is quite noisy.
* ''<Trainer>'' is right for me?
* ''<Trainer>'' is so cool, no?
* ''<Trainer>'' is sort of OK.
* ''<Trainer>'' is sort of lazy.
* ''<Trainer>'' is somewhat bold.
* ''<Trainer>'' is too picky!
 
In Generation IV, the show is broadcast on the '''Town Channel''' (Japanese: '''まちかどチャンネル''' ''Street Corner Channel'') on station 3 (bottom-left). It features the top three parts of the towns and cities in both [[Johto]] and [[Kanto]]. It is broadcasted by an unknown announcer. It switches every hour with [[#Trainer Profiles|Trainer Profiles]].
 
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background: #{{kanto color light}}; border: 3px solid #{{johto color}}"
! Town
! 3rd best
! 2nd best
! 1st best
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[New Bark Town]]
|Wind
|Weather vanes
|[[Professor Elm]]'s laboratory
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Cherrygrove City]]
|Roar of the waves
|Flower beds
|Guide Gent
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Violet City]]
|The bridge
|Pokémon Center
|[[Sprout Tower]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Azalea Town]]
|{{p|Farfetch'd}}'s [[charcoal]]
|[[Slowpoke Well]]
|[[Kurt]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Goldenrod City]]
|Dress-Up Guy
|[[Global Terminal]]
|[[Goldenrod Radio Tower]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Olivine City]]
|Olivine Café
|[[S.S. Aqua]]
|[[Glitter Lighthouse]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Ecruteak City]]
|[[Burned Tower]]
|Dance Theater
|[[Bellchime Trail]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Cianwood City]]
|Cianwood Pharmacy
|Catching {{p|Krabby}}
|Guide Lady
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Mahogany Town]]
|Fire lookout points
|[[Rage Candy Bar|RageCandyBars]]
|Strange souvenir shop
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Blackthorn City]]
|[[Dragon's Den]]
|[[Ice Path]]
|Move Deleter and Tutor House
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Pallet Town]]
|{{ga|Red}}'s house
|{{ga|Blue}}'s house
|[[Professor Oak]]'s laboratory
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Viridian City]]
|Streetlights
|[[Viridian Gym]]
|[[Trainer House]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Pewter City]]
|Flower bed
|Traveling grandpa
|[[Pewter Museum of Science]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Cerulean City]]
|Bike Shop
|Nugget Bridge
|[[Cerulean Cave]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Lavender Town]]
|[[Name Rater]]
|Kanto Radio Tower
|House of Memories
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Vermilion City]]
|Construction site
|Pier Gate
|[[Pokémon Fan Club]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Celadon City]]
|[[Celadon Condominiums]]
|Eatathon
|[[Celadon Department Store]]
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Fuchsia City]]
|[[Fuchsia Gym]]
|[[Pal Park]]
|Trio of {{p|Aipom}}
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Cinnabar Island]]
|Volcano
|None
|None
|- style="background:#fff"
|[[Saffron City]]
|Mr. Psychic
|[[Fighting Dojo]]
|[[Silph Co.]]
|}
 
===Trainer Profiles===
'''Trainer Profiles''' (Japanese: '''トレーナープロフィール''' ''Trainer Profiles'') is a show broadcast on the '''Street Corner Channel''' (Japanese: '''まちかどチャンネル''' ''Street Corner Channel'') in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver on station 3 (bottom-left). The host, {{DL|DJ|Snap}}, describes {{DL|Pokémon Trainer|Trainer class}}es found in the game randomly. It switches with [[#That Town, These People|That Town, These People]] every hour.
 
{| class="roundy" style="background: #{{heartgold color}}; border: 3px solid #{{soulsilver color}}"
|-
! colspan="2" | Trainer
! Description
|- style="background:#{{poison color light}}"
! {{tc|Biker}}
! [[File:Biker IV OD.png]]
| Hey kid, get out of my way! If you hang around, I'll smack you! Get out of the way. Out of the way. My Bike is coming through! It's so very loud, you'll cover your ears! We'll line up and get in the way. Go ahead. Try to stop us Bikers!
|- style="background:#{{flying color light}}"
! {{tc|Bird Keeper}}
! [[File:Bird Keeper Guitarist HGSS OD.png]]
| Flying majestically through the sky. Rejecting the land for the open air. Gradually flapping its wings. Riding the wind to soar high into the sky! I want to fly there, too, sometime! The Bird Keeper!
|- style="background:#{{fighting color light}}"
! {{tc|Black Belt}}
! [[File:Black Belt HGSS OD.png]]
| I can break ten roof tiles in one chop! Some people think I'm just a hooligan. The palm of my hand becomes covered in blisters. I never forget to bow, and I shout out to psych myself up! I'm the Black Belt!
|- style="background:#{{bug color light}}"
! {{tc|Bug Catcher}}
! [[File:Bug Catcher IV OD.png]]
| This boy loves Bug types! He's so energetic, and he doesn't mind running through thick grass to catch Bug-type Pokémon! He does what he wants, on the hills and in the fields, the Bug Catcher!
|- style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|forest}}"
! {{tc|Camper}}
! [[File:Camper OD.png]]
| Singing in the cabin. Laa... Laa... La la la la... The plan is to take a three-night, four-day holiday. To fish off the boat, hike in the mountains, and look for {{p|Eevee}} in the east and west. That's the Camper!
|- style="background:#{{fire color light}}"
! {{tc|Firebreather}}
! [[File:Firebreather OD.png]]
| The day has come to an end, but it's still bright. That's strange, you'd think. There's an intense fire burning, and it looks like it's going to burn them. He doesn't need a candle. He's a human ablaze, carelessly playing with fire. The Firebreather!
|- style="background:#{{water color light}}"
! {{tc|Fisherman}}
! [[File:Fisherman IV OD.png]]
| Dropping a line in the cold water, in the hopes of catching something big. The line is yanked. The float drops underwater. What was caught? Some lively rubber boots! This poor Fisherman!
|- style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}"
! {{tc|Hiker}}
! [[File:Hiker IV OD.png]]
| Yaho... Yaho... Yahohoho... Singing in a loud voice without worrying about what's around. A bearded man shouts to the sky. From the far mountain. Yahohoho... So happy the echo came back to the Hiker!
|- style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|forest}}"
! {{tc|Picnicker}}
! [[File:Picnicker OD.png]]
| Greeting you with a peace sign, stuffing drinks into a cooler, smiling brightly while hiking through the mountains, you can see her clearly on the horizon. Oh no! Forgot the lunchbox! The number one rule is to protect nature. The Picnicker!
|- style="background:#{{ground color light}}"
! {{tc|Poké Maniac}}
! [[File:Poké Maniac OD.png]]
| This is so cool isn't it? The tail is such a great shape. Want to trade figurines? Want to come over and see my collection? Oh hey! This mark is in the wrong place. Looks like I fell for a counterfeit... But it's art anyway! That's a Poké Maniac!
|- style="background:#{{berries color light}}"
! {{tc|Pokéfan}}
! [[File:Pokéfan HGSS OD.png]]
| Hold it close, cheek to cheek. I always want to be with you, surrounded by wonderful Pokémon. I'll mutter your name. So happy, I'm dizzy. I love Pokémon! That's a Pokéfan!
|- style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|ocean}}"
! {{tc|Sailor}}
! [[File:Sailor OD.png]]
| A strong guy on a boat, plunging on through the waves. Dancing and singing and having a merry old time. But gentle as kittens once they get back on land. That's a Sailor!
|- style="background:#{{normal color light}}"
! {{tc|School Kid}}
! [[File:School Kid m HGSS OD.png]]
| Had plenty of success. Learning through constant repetition. Recklessly carrying around notebooks. Attending classes for gifted kids. A wonderful Pokémon Trainer, that School Kid!
|- style="background:#{{water color light}}"
! {{tc|Swimmer}}♂
! [[File:Swimmer m HGSS OD.png]]
| Accidentally inhaling a little ocean water, he now has a sore nose. Swimming around the rocks, pushing ahead with a breaststroke, tirelessly swimming along, and getting a leg cramp! His lungs expand easily but it's an unlucky day-- it's raining! That poor Swimmer!
|- style="background:#{{water color light}}"
! {{tc|Swimmer}}♀
! [[File:Swimmer f HGSS OD.png]]
| A silhouette like that of Venus. An adorably dazzling smile. A nickname of "Mermaid." Swimming around carefree in the early afternoon. Feeling hungry but on a diet. The number of enthusiastic fans. Droplets of water in her dimples. Playing in the water rather than taking a walk, this Swimmer!
|-
! style="background:#{{normal color light}}; {{roundybl|5px}}" | {{tc|Twins}}
! style="background:#{{normal color light}}" | [[File:Twin HGSS OD.png]]
| style="background:#{{normal color light}}; {{roundybr|5px}}" | These two are always together. They have the same birthday. They always eat together. Do you think you can tell them apart? These Twins!
|}
 
===Variety Channel===
The '''Variety Channel''' (Japanese: '''バラエティー チャンネールー''' ''Variety Channel'') is a radio channel introduced in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. The program is hosted on station 4 (bottom-right). It mixes the Buena's Password channel with a couple new shows. Aside from the aforementioned program are a documentary and radio play; the three programs rotate on an hourly basis throughout the day.
 
{| style="margin:auto; text-align:center; border: 1px solid #555; border-collapse:collapse" border="1" width="400px"
|- style="background:#{{gold color}}"
! width=16% | Hour
! width=12% | S
! width=12% | M
! width=12% | T
! width=12% | W
! width=12% | T
! width=12% | F
! width=12% | S
|-
! 12a
| colspan="7" style="background:#f88" | Pokémon Search Party
|-
! 1a
| colspan="7" style="background:#ad8" | Serial Radio Drama
|-
! 2a
| colspan="7" style="background:#9bf" | Buena's Password
|-
! 3a
| colspan="7" style="background:#f88" | Pokémon Search Party
|-
! 4a
| colspan="7" style="background:#ad8" | Serial Radio Drama
|-
! 5a
| colspan="7" style="background:#9bf" | Buena's Password
|-
! 6a
| colspan="7" style="background:#f88" | Pokémon Search Party
|-
! 7a
| colspan="7" style="background:#ad8" | Serial Radio Drama
|-
! 8a
| colspan="7" style="background:#9bf" | Buena's Password
|-
! 9a
| colspan="7" style="background:#f88" | Pokémon Search Party
|-
! 10a
| colspan="7" style="background:#ad8" | Serial Radio Drama
|-
! 11a
| colspan="7" style="background:#9bf" | Buena's Password
|-
! 12p
| colspan="7" style="background:#f88" | Pokémon Search Party
|-
! 1p
| colspan="7" style="background:#ad8" | Serial Radio Drama
|-
! 2p
| colspan="7" style="background:#9bf" | Buena's Password
|-
! 3p
| colspan="7" style="background:#f88" | Pokémon Search Party
|-
! 4p
| colspan="7" style="background:#ad8" | Serial Radio Drama
|-
! 5p
| colspan="7" style="background:#9bf" | Buena's Password
|-
! 6p
| colspan="7" style="background:#f88" | Pokémon Search Party
|-
! 7p
| colspan="7" style="background:#ad8" | Serial Radio Drama
|-
! 8p
| colspan="7" style="background:#9bf" | Buena's Password
|-
! 9p
| colspan="7" style="background:#f88" | Pokémon Search Party
|-
! 10p
| colspan="7" style="background:#ad8" | Serial Radio Drama
|-
! 11p
| colspan="7" style="background:#9bf" | Buena's Password
|}
 
====Pokémon Search Party====
'''Pokémon Search Party''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンそうさくたい''' ''Pokémon Search Party'') is a radio documentary covering the events a data crew encounter while exploring [[cave]]s and ruins. More episodes become available as the player advances through the game.
 
# The Cave Plunged into Darkness ([[Union Cave]]) (Japanese: やみに しずむ どうくつ!)
# Solving the <sc>{{p|Unown}}</sc> Puzzle! ([[Ruins of Alph]]) (Japanese: アンノーンの なぞを おえ!)
# The Dark Shadow that Kidnapped <sc>{{p|Slowpoke}}</sc>! ([[Slowpoke Well]]) (Japanese: ヤドンを さらう くろいかげ)
# Great Strategy in [[Ilex Forest]]! (Japanese: ウバメのもり だいさくせん)
# Look! A [[Red Gyarados]]! ([[Lake of Rage]]) (Japanese: もくげき! あかいギャラドス)
# The Shivering Path Out of Ice! ([[Ice Path]]) (Japanese: ふるえる こおりのぬけみち)
# The Legend Disappeared into the {{m|Whirlpool}}! ([[Whirl Islands]]) (Japanese: うずしおに きえた でんせつ)
# The [[Viridian Forest]] Search Party! (Japanese: トキワのもりの そうさくたい)
# Rumors on [[Mt. Moon]]! (Japanese: おつきみやまの うわさ)
# Illusion Cycling! ({{rt|17|Kanto}}) (Japanese: まぼろし サイクリング!)
# The Strange <sc>{{p|Giratina}}</sc>! ([[Distortion World]]) (Japanese: きみょうな ギラティナ!)
# Found it! The Illusion Space! ([[Mt. Coronet]]) (Japanese: はっけん! まぼろしのくうかん)
# The True Shape of the Cave’s Owner! ([[Cerulean Cave]]) (Japanese: どうくつの ぬしの しょうたい)
 
====Serial Radio Drama====
The '''Serial Radio Drama''' (Japanese: '''れんぞくラジオドラマ''' ''Serial Radio Drama'') program features four different radio plays of varying genres, all of which are performed by Silver Drama (Japanese: シロガネげきだん ''[[Mt. Silver|Shirogane]] Troupe'').
 
* An anime-style drama titled "The Young Pokéathlete Maximo" (Japanese: ポケスリートしょうねん ケジメ) starring [[Maximo]], eight episodes total
*# Angry Maximo (Japanese: あれくるう ケジメ)
*# The Screaming Old Man (Japanese: さけぶ じじい!)
*# Unforgettable Emotions (Japanese: わすれえぬ おもい)
*# Hot Blooded (Japanese: たぎる ちしお)
*# True Friends (Japanese: しんじつの なかま)
*# The Old Man's True Face (Japanese: ほんとうの ろうじん)
*# The Real Me (Japanese: ほんとうの じぶん)
*# The Real Maximo (Japanese: ほんとうの ケジメ)
* A suspense drama titled "Johto Case Notes" (Japanese: ジョウトじけんぼ) starring the Radio Crew (Japanese: ラジオクルー), five episodes total
* A soap opera set around Johto and on the [[S.S. Aqua]] titled "Waves of Love" (Japanese: あいのなみま) starring a couple named East (Japanese: ヒガシ) and West (Japanese: ニシエ), five episodes total
* A road film-style drama titled "Delinquent Road" (Japanese: つっぱりロード) starring Pario (Japanese: パリオ), four episodes total
*# <unnamed>
*# Racing Emotions (Japanese: あいのなみま)
*# A Rival Appears (Japanese: かそくする おもい)
*# Bicycle Girl (Japanese: ライバルとうじょう)
 
====Buena's Password====
'''Buena's Password''' (Japanese: '''アオイのあいことば''' ''{{tt|Aoi|Buena}}'s Password'') is a quiz show held in the [[Goldenrod Radio Tower]] by [[Buena]] that was first introduced in {{game|Crystal}}. In Generation II, the channel is broadcast on its own station, station 10.5. In Generation IV, it is part of the repertoire of the Variety Channel.
 
In order to play the quiz show, the player must listen to the Pokégear radio from 6 PM to midnight (in Generation IV, at 2 AM, 5 AM, 8 AM, 11 AM, 2 PM, 5 PM, 8 PM, and 11 PM). A secret password will be announced over the air, along with an invitation for listeners to come to the Goldenrod Radio Tower in [[Goldenrod City]]. The player is to go to the second floor and talk to Buena, the show's host. She will give the player three options; if the correct one is picked, one point is added to the player's Blue Card. Only one point can be earned per day; changing the DS time to a different day will not allow another point to be earned.
 
In Generation II, points must be spent to buy each prize; while in Generation IV, prizes are awarded when the player obtains a certain number of points. Players cannot have more than 30p on the Blue Card. With 30p, Buena can be spoken with to have her phone number added to the [[Pokégear]] (points will not be spent). In Generation II, some points must be spent before earning more if the Blue Card reaches 30p; while in Generation IV, the player will be issued a new Blue Card once the 30p limit is hit.
 
{| style="margin:auto"
! Generation II prizes
! Generation IV prizes
|- style="vertical-align:top"
|
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background: #A6D4FF; border: 3px solid #1E90FF"
|-
! colspan=2 | Item
! Points
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Ultra Ball}}
| {{ball|Ultra}}
| 2p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Full Restore}}
| {{DL|Potion|Full Restore}}
| 2p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Nugget}}
| {{DL|Valuable item|Nugget}}
| 3p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Rare Candy}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|Rare Candy}}
| 3p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Protein}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|Protein}}
| 5p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Iron}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|Iron}}
| 5p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Carbos}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|Carbos}}
| 5p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Calcium}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|Calcium}}
| 5p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| style="{{roundybl|5px}}" | {{bag|HP Up}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|HP Up}}
| style="{{roundybr|5px}}" | 5p
|}
|
 
{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background: #A6D4FF; border: 3px solid #1E90FF"
===Generation IV prizes===
Prizes are awarded when the player obtains a certain number of points.
{| style="margin:auto; background: #A6D4FF; {{roundy}}; border: 3px solid #1E90FF;"
|-
! colspan=2 | Item
! Points
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Poké Ball}}
| {{ball|Poké}}
| 1p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Full Restore}}
| {{DL|Potion|Full Restore}}
| 3p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Protein}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|Protein}}
| 5p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Iron}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|Iron}}
| 10p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Carbos}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|Carbos}}
| 15p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Nugget}}
| {{DL|Valuable item|Nugget}}
| 20p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| {{bag|Rare Candy}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|Rare Candy}}
| 25p
|- style="background: #FFFFFF;FFF"
| style="{{roundybl|5px}}" | {{bag|HP Up}}
| {{DL|Vitamin|HP Up}}
| style="{{roundybr|5px}}" | 30p
|}
|}
 
===Buena'sIn phonethe number=anime==
{{sectionstub}}
With 30p, Buena can be spoken with to have her phone number added to the [[Pokégear]] (points will not be spent).
 
==In the manga==
In the English translation by [[Chuang Yi]], [[Buena]] is still known as her Japanese name, Aoi.
 
==Trivia==
{{-}}
* On the Lucky Channel, {{DL|DJ|Reed}} occasionally says, "''...Repeating myself gets to be a drag...''"
{{Project Games notice}}
* In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, the poster announcing the Lucky Channel on the ground floor of the [[Goldenrod Radio Tower]] is still present, despite the program itself no longer being available. It reads "''Lucky Channel! Win with Pokémon ID numbers! Trade your Pokémon to collect different ID numbers!''"
** In the Japanese versions, the poster refers to the Lucky Channel as '''だいこうひょうポケモンくじ''' ''The Great Pokémon Lottery''. In the English versions, the name "Lucky Channel" is kept.
* In Pokémon Music, the Hoenn Sound channel plays on Wednesday, considered the third day of the week in some parts of the world, as well in {{wp|ISO 8601|international standardization}}. This corresponds with Hoenn's introduction in [[Generation III]]. Likewise, the Sinnoh Sound channel plays on Thursday, sometimes considered the fourth day, matching [[Generation IV]].
* In Pokémon Music, {{p|Meditite}} is the only Pokémon found with the regional music programs that doesn't match the generation, being a {{cat|Generation III Pokémon}} found with Sinnoh Sound. This is probably due to its greater prominence in the [[Generation IV]] games.
* In Pokémon Music, Sunday is the only day of the week that the music playing before the National Pokédex has been obtained in [[Generation IV]] is the same as the music playing in [[Generation II]]. All other days swapped the music.
* In {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}, one of [[Professors' aides|Professor Oak's aides]] [[List of cross-generational references|mentions]] Professor Oak's show he's planning, but mentions that it's called Professor Oak's Pokémon Seminar rather than Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk.
* According to one of Professor Oak's aides in {{game|Crystal}}, [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold, and SoulSilver]], Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk is prerecorded. This explains why Oak is always in his lab, even if the player listens to the program while visiting him, and why he isn't in the {{FB|Goldenrod|Radio Tower}} while the program is playing.
* The Town Channel in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} shares its Japanese name with the Street Corner Channel.
* The program Serial Radio Drama on the Variety Channel may have originally been intended to be called Radio Miniseries, as referenced by the radio located in [[Mahogany Town]] tuned to the Variety Channel.
 
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