Radio 1's oldest listener looks back on a life tuning in to the wireless.
A past more interesting than the present
The story of London's clandestine radio stations (1973)
Nigel Stapley remembers
The best of the best
Radio with adverts
Indepth on digital
Laughter in the air
In-depth in radio
- On From a distance, David Brockman said: I wholly agree with the comments made by Pete Singleton (who fails do do himself justice) as he is a very able, competent, well liked and popular local broadcaster. With ... Read more and comment on this article.
- On From a distance, Pete Singleton said: My ILR station was Radio City although like Nigel Stapley with City, I dabbled with its near neighbour Piccadilly up the East Lancs Road on occasion, feeling slightly guilty for ... Read more and comment on this article.
- On The Burkiss Way, The People's Fiend said: So, what did those lost six minutes of David Jason's Queen Mother commentary so offensive to the station controller consist of? Have any scripts survived? ... Read more and comment on this article.
- On The Burkiss Way, Nigel Stapley said: Because that was his surname. ... Read more and comment on this article.