Difference between revisions of "Radio in the Pokémon world"

* On the Lucky Channel, {{DL|DJ|Reed}} occasionally says, "''...Repeating myself gets to be a drag...''"
* In [[Generation II]], if the player listens to one of the radios in [[New Bark Town]] before selecting a starter Pokémon, the show will be introduced as either Pokédex Show or Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk, depending on the time of day, but only a brief advertisement for a "P<sc>okémon</sc> C<sc>hannel</sc>" will play before the radio automatically turns off.
* In {{game|Crystal}}, during the Team Rocket takeover, their message will broadcast under the Buena's Password name on the frequency normally associated with that channel, even at hours when the channel is supposed to be off the air.
* 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, 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}},all [[Pokémongames HeartGoldthat andinclude SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold, and SoulSilver[[Johto]], 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.