TV Talk Show Host Day
When : Always October 23rd
TV Talk Show Host Day celebrates and honors all TV Talk Show hosts.
This very special day is celebrated on the birth date of legendary night time talk show host Johnny Carson. Carson is considered the "King of late night Television". He hosted The Tonight Show from 1962 to 1992. His reign lasted a record 29 years, 7 months, 21 days. There were 1,859 episodes.
While this day is celebrated on Johnny Carson's birth date, it is intended to show appreciation to all Television talk show hosts, daytime and nighttime.
Celebrate today, by having a television talk show marathon....watch them all day and night.
Have a happy TV Talk Show Host Day !!
Origin of Tv Talk Show Host Day:
Our research reveals that this day was created to honor all TV Talk Show hosts. Johnny Carson's birth date was selected, in respect for the King of the talk shows.
We do not know who created this day, or when it began.
This Day in History October 23rd
The first treaty forming the Auld Alliance between Scotland and France against England is signed in Paris (1295)
British/American colonial forces, led by Sir William Phipps, fail to seize Quebec from the French. (1694)
The first Parliament of Great Britain meets. (1707)
War of Jenkins' Ear starts: British Prime Minister, Robert Walpole, reluctantly declares war on Spain. (1739)
Claude François de Malet, a French general, begins a conspiracy to overthrow Napoleon Bonaparte, claiming that the Emperor died in Russia and that he is now the commandant of Paris. (1812)
The first National Women's Rights Convention begins in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. (1850)
U.S. President Abraham Lincoln suspends the writ of habeas corpus in Washington, D.C., for all military-related cases. (1861)
American Civil War: Battle of Westport – Union forces under General Samuel R. Curtis defeat Confederate troops led by General Sterling Price at Westport, near Kansas City. (1864)
Alberto Santos-Dumont flies an airplane in the first heavier-than-air flight in Europe at Champs de Bagatelle, Paris, France. (1906)
First use of aircraft in war: An Italian pilot takes off from Libya to observe Turkish army lines during the Turco-Italian War. (1911)
Woman's suffrage: In New York City, 25,000-33,000 women march on Fifth Avenue to advocate their right to vote. (1915)
Great Depression: After a steady decline in stock market prices since a peak in September, the New York Stock Exchange begins to show signs of panic. (1929)
The first North American transcontinental air service begins between New York City and Los Angeles, California. (1929)
Dutch Schultz, Abe Landau, Otto Berman, and Bernard "Lulu" Rosencrantz are fatally shot at a saloon in Newark, New Jersey in what will become known as The Chophouse Massacre. (1935)
The Japanese Mitsubishi G4M twin-engine airplane makes its maiden flight. (1939)
World War II: Field Marshal Georgy Zhukov takes command of Red Army operations to prevent the further advance into Russia of German forces and to prevent the Wehrmacht from capturing Moscow. (1941)
World War II: Second Battle of El Alamein: – At El Alamein in northern Egypt, the British Eighth Army under Field Marshal Montgomery begins a critical offensive to expel the Axis armies from Egypt. (1942)
All 12 passengers and crewmen aboard an American Airlines DC-3 airliner are killed when it is struck by a U.S. Army Air Forces bomber near Palm Springs, California. Amongst the victims is award-winning composer and songwriter Ralph Rainger ("Thanks for the Memory", "Love in Bloom", "Blue Hawaii"). (1942)
World War II: The Battle for Henderson Field begins during the Guadalcanal Campaign and ends on October 26. (1942)
World War II: Battle of Leyte Gulf – The largest naval battle in history begins in the Philippines. (1944)
The United Nations General Assembly convenes for the first time, at an auditorium in Flushing, Queens, New York City. (1946)
The Smurfs, a fictional race of blue dwarves, later popularized in a Hanna-Barbera animated cartoon series, appear for the first time in the story La flute à six schtroumpfs, a Johan and Peewit adventure by Peyo, which is serialized in the weekly Spirou magazine. (1958)
Vietnam War: The 1st Cavalry Division (United States) (Airmobile), in conjunction with South Vietnamese forces, launches a new operation seeking to destroy North Vietnamese forces in Pleiku in the II Corps Tactical Zone (the Central Highlands). (1965)
Operation Linebacker, a US bombing campaign against North Vietnam in response to its Easter Offensive, ends after five months. (1972)
The Watergate Scandal: US President Richard M. Nixon agrees to turn over subpoenaed audio tapes of his Oval Office conversations. (1973)
A United Nations sanctioned cease-fire officially ends the Yom Kippur War between Israel and Syria. (1973)
Lebanon Civil War: The U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut is hit by a truck bomb, killing 241 U.S. military personnel. A French army barracks in Lebanon is also hit that same morning, killing 58 troops. (1983)
Yolanda Saldívar is found guilty of first degree murder in the shooting death of popular Latin artist Selena. Three days later, Saldívar was sentenced to life in prison, eligible for parole in 2025 (1995)