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UK FM CB RADIO is alive and well. WATCH this. Packed channels when conditions are right. The muppets are alive ! Things will only improve on CB and SSB throughout 2018-25 as sun conditions improve DX. Radio is CRT SS6900N
BBC Radio Debate: Should British Police display support for UK Military Charities? BBC Radio Ulster 22nd June 2015 Guests: Doug Beattie, ret. Cpt. Royal Irish Regiment Abdullah al Andalusi, speaker for Muslim Debate Initiative In the UK, Police Officers are permitted to display support to three government approved charities ('Police Memorial Day' badges, 'Royal British Legion Remembrance Day' poppies and 'Help for Heroes' badges and wristbands). The only exception in the UK to this is the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) that does not permit any displays of charity support from its officers.
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Along with many others of my generation, I adored this medley when awakening in the morning. Regrettably, the BBC pulled it after 28 years, allegedly because they wanted to substitute "a pacier news briefing" - of which more below: Background "The BBC Radio 4 UK Theme is an orchestral arrangement of traditional British and Irish airs compiled by Fritz Spiegl and arranged by Manfred Arlan. It was played every morning on BBC Radio 4 between 23 November 1978 and 23 April 2006. The piece was used as the signature theme to introduce the daily beginning of Radio 4's broadcasting following the early morning handover from the BBC World Service. The theme was immediately followed by the Shipping Forecast. In 2006, the decision by Mark Damazer (Controller of Radio 4 at the time) to drop the Rad...
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The BBC Radio 4 UK Theme is an arrangement of traditional British airs composed by Fritz Spiegl (and possibly Manfred Arlan) which was played every morning onBBC Radio 4 between 1978 and 2006. In 2006, an announcement that the broadcast was to be cancelled caused much controversy in the United Kingdom, including extensive discussion in the British media and even in Parliament. The last broadcast of the UK Theme was at 5:30am on 23 April 2006. This version is a re-recording by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
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This is a 20 minute revision guide for those studying for the amateur radio Foundation licence in the UK. This doesn't cover the full syllabus, just a few key revision points. Full course videos are available at www.hamtrain.co.uk
Part 1.this video is for people /breakers that think the band is dead and a bit of advice from me as to how i went about getting back on the air ,after years away from the cb radio in the uk
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Long rambling freestyle (unedited and unscripted) chat about CB Radio in the UK, prompted by various posts and chat around the forums, Facebook etc. Just my own personal thoughts and based upon my own experience in the South West of England. In a nutshell, it's changing, some things are up, some are down and there's some potential in others.
http://www.youtube.com/NSOTD http://www.twitter.com/NSOTD The BBC Radio 4 UK Theme is an arrangement of traditional British airs composed by Fritz Spiegl (and possibly Manfred Arlan) which was played every morning on BBC Radio 4 between 1978 and 2006. In 2006, an announcement that the broadcast was to be cancelled caused much controversy in the United Kingdom, including extensive discussion in the British media and even in Parliament. The last broadcast of the UK Theme was at 5:30am on 23 April 2006.