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BBC Shop - Spoken Word

BBC Radio 4 Archers website
BBC Radio 4 Archers website

Archers Addicts

Archers Books

BBC Research

National Sound Archive

Radio Times Archive
Download some Radio Times issues from the 1930s

The British Vintage Wireless Society
The British Vintage Wireless Society

The British Vintage Wireless and Television Museum
The British Vintage Wireless and Television Museum

Music and Radio
Yahoo Group - Music and Radio 1920s-1950s

Broadcasting 24 hours a day, Radio Sounds Familiar is the home of Nostalgic Television , Film , Radio and Library Music.

Old Radio Broadcasting Equipment and Memories
A site with a nostalgic feel including photographs of, and articles about, studios and equipment from the past of BBC Radio

The Hall of Fame is the Radio Academy's tribute to those figures in the public eye that have made an outstanding contribution to the UK radio industry.


Masters of Melody
Recapture memories of many vintage radio programmes, some of which have disappeared into the mists of time. You can also read about the lives and careers of some of the 'men behind the music'. Although additions will be made from time to time, the emphasis will be on poorly documented artists who were prolific broadcasters as opposed to major recording artists such as Mantovani about whom much written material already exists.

Angel Radio - Havant 101.1 fm
The UK's Favourite Nostalgia Station - Snap, Crackle but No Pop!

Serenade Radio
This on-line radio station was born out of a desperate need to hear those great songs from that golden era of song writing.
Not just the occasional one-off song, lost in a sea of pop mediocrity, but all day every day. That's what Serenade Radio is here for!

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Classic Radio comedy and Drama from the BBC

Old Time Radio Show Catalogue (CD's available)

Beyond Our Ken Episode Guide

The Hancock Appreciation Society

The Tony Hancock Archives

The Tony James Goldmine Radio Show
Internet Radio Show

208 It Was Great!
An affectionate anecdotal journey between 1958 and 1975 by studio engineer and producer Alan Bailey

British Drama Website (with Episode Guides)

The Invention of Radio

The History of Great Inventions

Donald MacLean's biog-blog.  Donald produced many 1950s radio programmes and was responsible for BBC's popular music output in the 50s & 60s.

Old Time Radio Fans .com
Free Old Time Radio Shows - Download free old time radio shows in mp3 format

OTR Gold
OTR Gold offers more than 12,000 episodes of classic USA radio programming available for free listening

Old Time Radio Shows Old Radio World
Free Old Time Radio Shows from "The Golden Age of Radio!"
The radio was our link to the world.  Radio programs were broadcast into our homes daily;  into our living rooms, at our bedsides, and into our hearts. Everyone had a favorite program. Whether it was Jack Benny, or Dragnet, Beyond Midnight, or Glenn Miller, our beloved radio brought us daily episodes of sorrow, joy, music, hope, and tragedy. Our radio consoled us, instructed us, and made us laugh. As you know, before television, families like ours used to sit in their living rooms each night to listen to radio shows like; Dimension X, You Bet Your Life, Gunsmoke, The Shadow, Father Knows Best, and many others. When TV become popular in the 1950's, most of these shows went off the air, they now live on at

The Digital Deli online
"Where the Golden Age of Radio Meets the Digital Age" - Old Radio Show MP3's and lots more!
Home Page:

The 1960s Transistor Workshop

Telecommunications Timeline

Diversity Website
The Diversity Website is a focus for BBC radio drama and dramatists


Sterling Times Nostalgia website

Max Bygraves - Max's official website

The Southlanders
The Southlanders - The '50s group famous for "Alone" and "I am a Mole and I live in a Hole"

The Goon Show Preservation Society

Click here for The Goon Show Site

Yesterday's World
Opposite Battle Abbey, High Street, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0AQ
Step back in time... whatever the weather! Discover a magical journey through 100 years of British history at this top award winning visitor attraction in East Sussex with over 100,000 nostalgic artefacts on display from 1850s-1950s. Also available to buy online, a wide range of nostalgic CDs, DVDs, traditional toys and sweets and advertising metal signs.

Montacute Museum - TV, Radio and Toy Museum
A family attraction providing a nostalgic trip through the world of radio & television programmes guaranteed to bring memories of classic TV and radio flooding back.
Situated in South Somerset.

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Ebay Auctions pages

Greasy Spoon Cafe
Visit the Greasy Spoon Cafe - The Great British Nostalgia Site

The New Foxtrot Serenaders
is a seven-piece British Dance Band featuring popular songs and dance music from the 1920s to the 1940s. 

1951 Festival of Britain website
Historical site including a virtual tour around the Festival site

My Doll's House
Personal experiences of building a doll's house and trying to re-create the 1950s' period

Nostalgia at Wrinkly Towers nostalgia site

The Media UK Internet Directory
UK media directory

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