Anzac Day 2011
It was our intention to release about 20 episodes of War Correspondent as our ANZAC Day project this year, however events have conspired to interrupt our plans. That will happen next April instead. Rather than write off the project for 2011, I decided to make available a rather special recording from my collection, which is all about the ANZAC tradition more…
New Slideshows more added
We have added a new type of slideshow to this site for your enjoyment. We have access to many Radio Call radio magazines from 1937 through to 1956 Radio Call was the radio magazine for South Australia and like the Melbourne Listener In was very "pictorial". Though South Australian orientated the images and advertisements reflect the whole radio industry of the time
Please enjoy click here for the slideshows
We look at Radio and Books and how they formed the basis of many of our favorite radio shows.
We also try to put the the golden age of radio in perspective by looking at the way we were.
Finally we have updated the database. It now boasts over 6100 series and well over 2000 people involved in the series. Please feel free to browse the database, it is there to be searched.
If you cannot find what you want why not contact us and ask us directly. We are happy to answer any question about the shows and people of the Golden Age of Radio.
Unfortunately, we have lost a number of artists over the past few months, namely Bud Tingwell and Ray Barrett. We want to honour any artist of the Golden Age through our Vale section.
If you know any artist or person involved in the Golden Age of Australian Radio who has passed away please send us any information and if you want to write about them please send us their obituary.
Know your Golden Age of Radio people? If you do, just name all the artists in our logos - both top and bottom
There are 30 of the most popular artists who were on Australian radio during the Golden Age
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Our intent has always been to update this website on a regular basis. However, due to commitments elsewhere this has not been possible. We would like to add more articles about Australian Old Time Radio more often.
If you can write an article about anything on the Golden Age of Australian radio, be it on a person involved, a specific show or shows, we would love to include it on our website. Just contact us or send in any material. Do not worry about spelling, grammar etc, we are happy to edit.