One Sixty Metre Crossband Radio
Summary: talk radio from vk3ase in Melbourne Australia on various subjects. Live to air on local and shortwave frequencies
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- Artist: Mr Stu
Henry set up the first radio network for the Fire Brigade in the 1930's and VKN8 was broadcast all around Melbourne on 1655Khz. When he retired he came on 160 meters. Unfortunately some teenagers used to listen in and cause all sorts of trouble.
Hear the real BBBill ceivers the man who made his own valve (7mins 1meg)
A few weeks latter a sequel to Pirate Tales was broadcast. This is IN STEREO so have both speakers working. i have lost the original WAV file so down converting the mp3 and monoising it looses quality. (76min 71meg)
This is an attempted outside broadcast from an exclusive Party that we were NOT invited to. (66min 33meg)
interesting effects caused by eating breakfast cereal.
From around 1978 with the Branch,Bek,Mr Head, Markovitch and Liz.
Mr Bernard with the Egg and Branch. 1975ish
Justus on lightbeamish coms (sounds like a carbon telephone to me)with the Stu and Bek. 1976
Mr Branch deciding what to eat from the fridge.
Mr Bek and Stu playing around with a home made disc recording cut on a Presto machine of off air recordings of ABC breakfast man Peter Evens.
During an electricty strike when it is illegal to use more than two light bulbs and a toaster in each house, Mr Branch runs the missions off d cells (10min 4Meg)
Very early Stu Bek missions and a difinitive description of Glenhuntly in 1975(62min 11Meg)
Well would you belive it is 30 years since the dismissal?. This was recorded the night before the following election that was the product that event and things get quite heated(103mins 43Meg) 1975
A nice tour around the Branch shack and a climb up the unsafe tower(54min 22Meg)
My First big power crossband missions with the egg.(23mins 9Meg) 1975