This happy snapshot shows a group of listeners in the South of France, and the portable set which keeps them in touch with home news.
|Ever Tried This
One of the best ways to heat a soldering iron is to use a bunsen burner. A stand can be improvised quite easily, the rest for the iron being a piece of brass or copper strip fixed to a tin box. We don't say it's elegant, but we do say, from experience, that it simplifies soldering by heating the iron quickly and cleanly.
|The 5/- "Brookmans Rejector"
Extremely easy to Build
Here we see the completed rejector - a simple coil, a fixed condenser, a small pre-set variable and there you are! Build it today and enjoy radio to the full.
WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THIS?
Even an experienced constructor sometimes get caught. A reader who had made a dozen or more sets built a handsome cabinet four valver (H.F., Det., 2 L.F.), using components and batteries that had al given satisfactory service, but he could only hear one station, horribly distorted and weak.
News Just In|
The BBC are under fire for refusing to broadcast Sir. A Conan Doyle's talk on the supernatural!
A 17 years old Japanese fan has been authorised to open a private radio telegraph station in Tokio - it is said that with his S.W. gear he can communicate with all parts of the world
Trivia Quiz: When did Radio Caroline first broadcast?