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The Coronation broadcasts

Published 6 May 2023

The BBC looks back at the Coronation earlier in 1937

New European Wavelengths Plan

Published 15 January 2023

An in-depth look at the Lucerne Plan for radio wavelengths in Europe in 1933

Broadcasting in Britain: The Pre-War Years 1932-1939

Published 9 December 2022

Part three of a brief technical history of broadcasting in Britain

Ten Years of Technical Progress

Published 6 May 2022

Looking back at the first ten years of technical developments at the BBC

The Story of ANNOUNCERS and ANNOUNCING over Thirty Years

Published 4 March 2022

Photographs and short biographies of fifty BBC announcers and news-readers

How “In Town To-night” is Put on the Air

Published 7 May 2018

Inside the hit BBC National Programme series ‘In Town To-night’, from 1935

“What are the Wild Waves Saying?”

Published 7 December 2017

The BBC’s chief engineer in 1923 takes a tongue-in-cheek look back at the trials and tribulations of developing simultaneous broadcasting (networking as we would now call it)

The beginning of a new service

Published 4 September 2017

Pay a visit to the newly opened Brookmans Park transmitter in 1931 as the BBC’s “Regional Scheme” begins

A member of the Transdiffusion Broadcasting System
Liverpool, Monday 24 June 2024