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  • 1950's British Radio Nostalgia - From Mrs. Dale's Diary to Take It From Here. A collection of BBC Radio programmes in the 1950's are reviewed here. Some with audio clips.
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  • Airheads Radio Survey Archive - An historical archive of pop music radio surveys from the 50s through the 80s. The searchable singles and albums chart data are cross-referenced and include many local or regional hits.
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  • Amos 'n' Andy In Person - Analysis and history of the US show that ran from 1928 to 1943, written by Elizabeth McLeod.
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  • ASD Decision Documents (FCC) - Links to early US radio documents from the Department of Commerce, Federal Radio Commission, and Federal Communications Commission.
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  • Bay Area Radio Museum - The history of radio broadcasting in the San Francisco Bay Area, including streaming audio, photographs and memorabilia dating back to the early 20th Century.
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  • BBC Radio classics: 1922-46 - BBC site with historic recordings from the first daily radio service in 1922 until the end of World War 2.
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  • Boss Radio Forever - The history of 1965 Los Angeles rock and roll radio station KHJ.
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  • The Broadcast Archive - Resources, documents, history, and trivia relating to US radio stations from 1913 onward.
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  • Broadcasting Scrapbook - Memories of radio stations and broadcasters of the 20th century. Contributions welcome.
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  • Central Florida Radio - History of Radio Stations in Central Florida form Orlando to Deland
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  • DCNYRadio Memory Bank - Radio and TV memories of stations in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Boston and New York.
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  • Dr. Lee De Forest Radio History - Chronicles the history of De Forest radios.
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  • George "Hound dog" Lorenz - History of Buffalo, New York's "Father of Rock and Roll Radio." Features pictures, sounds and articles on George "Hound dog" Lorenz.
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  • History of American Broadcasting - AM and FM station lists from the 1920s through 1950s. Articles mostly on early history of radio and TV.
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  • History of Central Florida Radio Stations. WPLA, WLAK, WONN - History of Central Florida Radio Stations. Biographies, Memorabilia, and Audio clips of Central Florida radio stations and personalities.
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  • The history of the UK radio licence - In the United Kingdom you were required - from 1922 until 1971 - to pay for a radio licence in order to legally listen to the wireless. Illustrated history.
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  • History of WDRC Radio in Hartford, Connecticut - Presents a visual and audio history of WDRC, Connecticut's oldest radio station.
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  • John Allen's Radio Pages - Pictures and audio from the UK's BBC Radio London, LBC Newstalk (commercial speech station) and Imperial College Radio (student station).
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  • Larry Matthews' Minor Career In Radio - 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.
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  • Marconi 100 - Marking a century of radio - The BBC's story of Marconi's first trans-Atlantic broadcast in 1901 from Poldhu in Cornwall to Newfoundland.
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  • MDS975 Radio Memorabilia section - A look at radio history in the UK from 1920 until today, paying tribute to the BBC, BBC Local Radio and Independent Local Radio.
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  • Radio Days: A Soundbite History - Experience the history of broadcast radio including both news and entertainment. Plus a monthly updated timeline of broadcast radio and many links to other radio-related material.
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  • Radio London in the 1960's - History of the pirate Radio London, off the Essex coast in the mid-1960's. Includes useful context of why the pirate stations emerged.
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  • Radio Rewind - 40 years of Radio 1 & 2 - Unofficial look back over the years of Britain's BBC Radio One and Two. Includes sound files, jingles, listings, disc jockey profiles and photographs.
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  • Radio Service Bulletins (1921-1927) - These monthly Radio Service Bulletins were published by the US Bureau of Navigation, Department of Commerce in the 1920s and early 1930s.
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  • RADIOZONE - The radio, mostly French, its history, its stories. On the radio and the Internet.
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  • South Florida Radio History - A collection of articles about the history of radio broadcasting in South Florida -- from 1923 to present. Part of the South Florida Radio Pages.
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  • StlRadio - A site which presents the history of St. Louis Broadcast Radio.
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  • This is ILR - History and audio from early British independent radio stations.
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  • United States Early Radio History - Articles and extracts about early radio and related technologies, in the United States from 1897 to 1927. By Thomas H. White.
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