A Radio Jockey (RJ) is a radio announcer who hosts a radio talk show, interacts with the audience via telephone or email, and plays music. RJs are very popular in FM channel radio broadcast, and the success of a channel is largely dependent upon the popularity of the RJs who host its programs. Radio shows can be music countdowns, news programs, educational shows, interviews with celebrities, or shows dedicated to solve specific problems of the callers. RJs have to form a close bonding with the audience by reaching out to them, talking to them, and handling their queries. People who are creative, talkative and love to interact with different types of people make good RJs. Since RJs are known by their voices, it is important for them to have a clear, friendly voice and proper pronunciation so that they are easily understood by the public. They should be aware about the current trends in music, movies, fashion, politics and other issues of general interests as they are required to communicate with a vast number of people from various fields. In addition, they also have to continue their interactions with the public through social media networking, blogs, etc. Read on to browse through a list of world famous radio jockeys and read their biographies and timelines.