Here are some links to other web sites. I hope you find them useful. Please let me know if any of these links are 'dead' so that I can delete them. If you know of a link that you think should be here, please contact me.
|This most interesting link comes from 'across the pond' and was suggested by students attending a 'History of Communication' seminar run by Anna Jones at her local library. Great work guys!|
|Do you need help learning how to use a computer? David specialises in training adults and seniors who are new to computers and the internet, and also deals with more advanced subjects for those of you that want to improve your understanding or your computer skills. What's more, David is offering a FREE 40 minute session to help you get started. You will be impressed with David's knowledge, understanding and empathy.|
David Gething has many years of experience with computers and offers the following comprehensive services which I can thoroughly recommend:
Home PC tuition customised to your needs. Standard courses also available - Windows XP, 7 or Vista, including email and internet, Microsoft Office, using your digital camera. Ideal for beginners and intermediates. Also, guidance for your kids - GCSE/A level I.C.T. home tutoring or targeted revision - weekly sessions or one-off reviews.
Parents: understanding Facebook and instant messaging.
For businesses, we can evaluate your backup or security systems, and provide other practical assistance.We can also help with on the job training or skill development.
Dedicated to the preservation of old time radio
shows, this site will be of particular interest to those interested in
vintage radio. Numerous complete shows are available for FREE download and
CD compilations of shows are available at very low cost.
Highly recommended! Enjoy.
E Electronics offer a custom design, production and installation
service, including audio visual and security equipment, coil winding and
PCB manufacture and assembly.
Efficient, friendly and reliable service.
Nice selection of NOS radio components to choose from here with excellent fast and friendly service. Also repro. HT, LT and Grid Bias batteries.
.......and if you happen to have a vintage synthesiser that needs repair or servicing .... look no further.
SYNTH-RESTORE also offer a custom synthesiser build service.
|'On The Air'||This is the website of the 'On The Air' vintage technology centre, Hawarden near Chester, UK. Always plenty of vintage radios, TVs, gramophones, phonographs etc. on sale. Reliable and friendly service. Highly recommended.|
|The Crystal Set Society||Excellent resource for those interested in crystal sets.|
|Valve & Tube Supplies||Quality
stock and excellent, friendly service. Repro. 'R' and other valves available.
|Vintage Radio Emporium||All sorts of interesting things here - have a look|
|Vintage Radio Repair & Restoration||An
excellent and most comprehensive site for those interested in the
repair and restoration of vintage radios. Not to be missed!
|Vintage Radios UK||Malcolm
Bennet's 'Vintage Radios UK' website represents an excellent resource and
has a useful WANTED/FOR SALE area.
|Mike's Radio Page||Mike has a page about himself, a gallery of his radio collection and several links including one to the National Vintage Wireless and Television Museum at Harwich.|
|http://www.angelfire.com/tx/sunpress/index.html||This is Jonathan Hill's website which has details of the biannual National Vintage Communications Fair at the NEC, Birmingham, UK. Also there are details about Jonathan's excellent books on vintage radio and audio.|
|Radio Memories||Brian Maley's site has some interesting wireless sets both in wood and bakelite. Brian clearly has a lot of experience in the field of wireless repair and restoration.|
|BritishVintageWirelessSociety||If you're interested in vintage wireless then you should definitely consider joining the BVWS. Membership brings you many benefits including 4 top quality society journals every year.|
|A World of Wireless||An excellent site with something about radio history, a museum and plenty of down-loadable circuits for Philips sets. Well worth a visit.|
|Marconi Calling||Excellent source of archival material from Marconi Plc. Well worth a tour.|
|Wumpus's Old Radio world||Comprehensive site dedicated to vintage radio, with some 510 web pages and 1530 photographs. A most interesting and well laid out site.|
|Paul Riseman's Sheet Music||Source of a wide variety of old sheet music. Sales are by way of an auction.|
|Robert's Music Page||Some entertaining old recordings here. Well worth a visit.|
|Vintage Technology||This interesting vintage technology site site is run by Emil Dudek. A nice mix of well described exhibits together with much useful information.|
|Wireless Database||A very well conceived and crafted website created by Martin Francis. Too much to describe here --- take a look!!|
|TempoRadio Hobby||Interesting website from Italy -- well worth a visit.|
Comprehensive range of schematics, capacitors and
Take a look.
|www.dialcover.com||Bill Turner's 'dialcover' website features lots of interesting and useful stuff. Bill has a wide variety of restoration materials on offer - have a look.|
|http://www.stonevintageradio.com/||Howard Stone's most interesting website has lots of early pieces on display, including an impressive Clapp-Eastham 1Kilowatt Spark Transmitter in working order.|
|The Radiola Guy||"Sonny" Clutter's excellent website is well worth a visit. Too much to describe - take a look. Excellent rapid service.|
|www.crystal-sets.com||Ian Sanders has created this website to promote his excellent books on crystal sets. If you have a serious interest in crystal sets you will find Ian's books on the subject invaluable. Superb photography by Carl Glover and informative text by Ian Sanders.|
|http://www.nostalgicvintageradio.com/||Here's an interesting website that is based in the UK but concentrates on US sets. There are plenty of fine looking radios for sale - so dive in!|
|Radio-Electronics.com||With an amateur radio flavour this site has plenty of useful information, links to other interesting sites and many radio and electronics books for sale.|
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