March 24 in History
1932March 24, 1932:
A radio variety show is broadcasted from a moving train for the first time.
1939March 24, 1939:
The American romantic period drama film titled "Wuthering Heights", directed by William Wyler, is first shown in Los Angeles.
1980March 24, 1980:
The late-night television news program known as the “Nightline with Ted Koppel" debuts on ABC Television.
1986March 24, 1986:
American vocalist Howard Jones releases a song titled "No One Is To Blame" in the United States.
- March 24, 1986:
The English rock band, The Rolling Stones drops their 18th British and 20th American studio album called “Dirty Work”.
1992March 24, 1992:
The American hip hop group, Arrested Development issues their first album titled “3 Years, 5 Months and 2 Days in the Life Of...”
1996March 24, 1996:
The erotic drama film titled “Showgirls" wins big at the 16th Golden Raspberry Awards.
2005March 24, 2005:
The American comedy television series “The Office” premieres in the United States on NBC.