Here in Holland, that's almost unimaginable. Radio shows either have wacky dj's talking songs together, or discussion programs. There's no entertainment/infotainment that compares to what the Brits have.
So, what's the deal with radio in your country? Is it just music and witless banter?
In the U.S., what you have in Holland pretty much describes commercial over-the-air radio. You either have totally syndicated, highly programmed, demographically targeted stations that play the same 20 songs over and again with interruptions from gloried 5 years olds making fart jokes, or you have loud, argumentative talk radio, usually representing only the viewpoints of the far right wing or rabid sports fans or crazy evangelicals.
The only saving grace for radio here in the U.S. are our public radio stations, which features an eclectic mix of news, classical, jazz, blues and folk music as well as documentaries and mild-mannered entertainment programs (like Prairie Home Companion and Car Talk) with a decidedly liberal slant, and the college radio stations, which are the true vanguard here, playing everything the regular stations won't touch.
The further you get from the coasts and college towns, the worse radio gets. Listening to the radio when you're driving nearly anywhere in the south or midwest is one of the most depressing experiences. If you're not near a college, all you'll hear is Jesus radio, right-wing extremists, and country music.