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Radio

Kate Chisholm connects to her inner tortoise

17 August 2013

9:00 AM

17 August 2013

9:00 AM

Of course there’s a future for digital radio, it’s just that we’ll probably be listening to it online, or on the phone. The wireless set, tucked on the kitchen shelf, beside the bed, among the vases in the lounge, permanently tuned in to Aggers or Humphrys, Livesey or Lamacq, will become a museum piece, an object from the past.

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