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Editorial: Most popular stories of the past 4 years

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You'll find some old favorites listed in the Top 10 stories from the past 4 years, and maybe discover some new ones. We've gone back into the vaults and decided to feature them again in August in case you missed some earlier or are just visiting for the very first time, so join us with these all time most popular stories from the project:

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KMTH Crew. 1962. John T Humphrey Collection. Father, Jack T Humphrey was a newscaster at KMTH, May 1961-May 1963

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Sony 5 Band
© Kevin Poulter

1: KMTH Midway Island

2: Early Radio in India

3: 3XY Melbourne

4: 2UW Sydney

5: New Zealand Radio Dial 1978

6: Collecting Classic Radios

7: Australian AM 1611-1701

8: New Zealand Radio Dial 1931

9: 4IP Ipswich

10: Australian Radio 1922-2012

2ZF Narranderra Card

2ZF Narranderra began broadcasting in 1922
© Eric Shackle Collection, Radio Heritage Foundation

Enjoy these features again in August and have fun discovering the many hundreds more you'll find listed on every page in our collections such as AFRS Memories, Asian Radio, Island Radio Pacific Style and Retro Radio... being just a few.


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