AM, FM, LONGWAVE, SHORTWAVE.

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Part One

Something was captivating about the transistor radio, the scent emitted by the transistors, the cathode tubes burning, you — watching the dial move across the gauge as you turned the crown, listening to the silence, the static and the voices.

The tactile interaction, the feedback, your fingers talked and accessed the music and talk shows. The electricity felt dynamic, watching…

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Interested in people, nature, science and technology, and history. MSc in Research Methods (Birkbeck), MA Industrial Design (UAL)

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Interested in people, nature, science and technology, and history. MSc in Research Methods (Birkbeck), MA Industrial Design (UAL)

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