From Mrs. Dale's Diary to Take It From Here. A comprehensive collection of BBC Radio programmes in the 1950's are reviewed here. Some with audio clips.
Pictures and audio from the UK's BBC Radio London, LBC Newstalk (commercial speech station) and Imperial College Radio (student station).
The history of 1965 Los Angeles rock and roll radio station KHJ.
Articles on early history of TV and FM radio mostly in the New Hampshire area of the US, by Norm Gagnon.
Larry's erratic history of being a disc jockey starting in California in 1967. Also the technological changes that have occurred to change the industry.
Kentucky farmer invents wireless telephone in 1892! But was it radio? Facts and folklore about Nathan Stubblefield by Bob Lochte.
A celebration of the BBC Light Programme's Saturday morning "Children's Favourites" with Uncle Mac, with record listings and some audio.
The BBC's story of Marconi's first trans-Atlantic broadcast in 1901 from Poldhu in Cornwall to Newfoundland.
Links to early US radio documents from the Department of Commerce, Federal Radio Commission, and Federal Communications Commission.
These monthly Radio Service Bulletins were published by the US Bureau of Navigation, Department of Commerce in the 1920s and early 1930s.