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This post features a radio receiver or wireless which was made in about 1922 by a manufacturer in the town where I grew up
This article looks at a battery valve radio from about 1954, the Pye P114BQ attaché case portable radio of the early 1950s.
This HMV 1420, six transistor portable radio from about 1960, which covers both MW and LX, can also be used as a desktop model.
The Ferguson transistor 7 radio, made in about 1961, is a desktop model with 2 wavebands and features an output for connecting a tape recorder.
The Ultra Transistor 101 medium and long wave radio set was made in about 1959 and can be used as both a desktop or a portable radio.
The Decca TT33 is a traditional looking, desktop radio set made in 1960 with two band coverage and a large glass tuning scale.
My look at the Grundig TK 18 reel to reel tape recorder that was a must-have piece of technology in 1963 when it was made.
In this article I describe repairing a Ferguson Transistor 7 vintage radio and how I restored it to nearly new condition.
The Ever Ready Type C radio seems to sum up the post war world of new designs and fashions in 1953.