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Changing Stations: The Story of Australian Commercial Radio, by Bridget Griffen-Foley

Let’s get straight to the point with this book. If you have even the faintest interest in Australian radio heritage, from any angle, you must…

Cold War Radio: The Dangerous History of American Broadcasting in Europe 1950-1989, by Richard H Cummings

Although intended for listeners in Eastern Europe, programs from Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty were regularly heard from their powerful shortwave transmitters across Asia…

Shortwave Radio Trilogy, by Jerry Berg

Nearly 1200 combined pages and extensive notes make the ‘Shortwave Radio Trilogy’ of U.S. radio listener and historian Jerry Berg a virtual encyclopedia of the…

Treason on the Airwaves, by Judith Keene

Judith Keene from the University of Sydney recently released an excellent book about three Allied broadcasters on Axis Radio during World War II. We strongly…

Never A Dull Moment, by Keith Richardson

Keith Richardson is known to Kiwi babyboomers for his top rating radio shows on 1XN Whangarei, 2ZC Napier, 2ZB Wellington and to even more recent…

Aunt Gwen of 2YA, by Margaret Willis

“Putting together this story about my mother has taken a long time, all my life in fact.” With these words, Margaret Willis introduces us to…

From Parsifal to Perón: Early Radio in Argentina 1920-1944, by Robert H. Claxton

Early Radio in Argentina, 1920-1944Author: Robert Howard Claxton A Review by David Ricquish American history professor Robert Claxton has just released a thoughtful and informative…

History of International Broadcasting Vol 2, by James Wood

Book Review The article now forms part of the Radio Heritage Collection ©. All rights reserved to Ragusa Media Group, PO Box 14339, Wellington, New…

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