July 25, 1933: In his 4th radio address on ‘Fireside Chat’, Unites States President Franklin D. Roosevelt exhibited the comfortable, frank and relaxed features of Fireside Chat when he paused the address and asked for drinking water. The show’s title came up from Newsman Robert Trout. Robert Albert Blondheim or popular as Robert Trout was an American broadcast news reporter, best known for his radio work before and during World War II. He started his broadcasting debut in 1931 as an announcer at WJSV, an independent station in Alexandria, Virginia. In the summer of 1932 he joined with CBS. He created ""fireside chat"" terms for the regular radio broadcasts of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the Great Depression and World War II. The fireside chats were a series of thirty evening radio addresses given by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt between 1933 and 1944.