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Alexandra Palace, the home of the B.B.C. The large transmitt Featured Radio Print

Alexandra Palace, the home of the B.B.C. The large transmitt

Alexandra Palace as the home of the B.B.C television service in 1936 showing the mast and transmitting aerials for vision and sound. Special tests of reception of the B.B.C from Alexandra Palace of synchronised television and speech were held at Olympia by a committee of the Radio Manufacturers Association. On alternate days transmissions from Alexandra Palace were given by Baird and Marconi E.M.I systems. In 1935 the B.B.C experimented with John Logie Baird's television system and Marconi's E.M.I system. The E.M.I succeeded Baird's in 1937

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10216489

WW2 - Blitz, London - Progress report sent to Local Control Featured Radio Print

WW2 - Blitz, London - Progress report sent to Local Control

Senior Company Officer Jimmy Syrett, up with the branchmen, sends a progress report to Local Control. He is using one of the early walkie talkies with a throat, or larynx, microphone, supplied by the Royal Corps of Signals. These sets transmitted a good signal provided there was no local interference, i.e. the operator standing close to a corrugated iron fence. When this occured, the operator had to change position; sometimes merely pivoting on the same spot had the desired effect. Date: 1941

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans

Fuel for domestic appliances by G. H. Davis Featured Radio Print

Fuel for domestic appliances by G. H. Davis

Your fuel target: details that will help in planning economy during the Second World War, so that fuel rationing can be avoided. The number of hours taken by various domestic appliances to consume one unit of fuel. Items include light bulbs, a radio, a vacuum cleaner, a kettle, an oven, a boiler, gas and electric fires, a kitchen range and a lamp. The types of fuel are coal, gas, electricity, coke and oil, in descending order of quantity. Date: 1942

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans