I've listened to a good many bodybuilding-themed "radio" shows in my time. I use the scare quotes on "radio" because these are internet-based audio programs, not available on broadcast radio.
I think I have identified a new trend in how these shows go, and how the personalities on them interact. I have seen a movement away from loud, arrogant, in-your-face meatheads (I do not consider meathead a term of derision, by the way), proudly putting forth their own bodybuilding theories as being superior to those of all others. What has replaced all this is quiet, soft-spoken gentlemen, who happen to be experts in the field of bodybuilding (usually, high-caliber bodybuilders themselves), dispensing good advice and sharing knowledge in an understated and collegial manner.
Who'd have thunk it?
For some examples of The New Civility in Bodybuilding Radio, I invite you to click on the links below:
Blue Collar Radio (with Shelby Starnes and John Meadows)
Ben Pakulski and John Meadows talk with Brad Schoenfeld