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Diane Carney10/02/2021 14:11:35
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You know what I'm talking about.... !

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David Noble10/02/2021 14:27:02
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Well, I've performed magic a few times on radio but Model Making?

David

Howard Lewis10/02/2021 14:57:36
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Engineering, whether Model or full scale Industrial needs to be given favourable publicity.

Without Engineers, the world as we know it would not exist, and ploughing wiuld be courtesy of deer antlers!

The world does not realise what a debt it owes to Abraham Darby, Whitworth, Maudslay, Brunel and their peers.

Howard

JasonB10/02/2021 15:05:13
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I've always found model making on the radio difficult as it's really too small and I keep falling off. Used to be OK on the TV but that was before flat screensdevil

Bazyle10/02/2021 15:18:36
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Posted by David Noble on 10/02/2021 14:27:02:

Well, I've performed magic a few times on radio but Model Making?

David

was that magic smoke?

Journeyman10/02/2021 15:22:41
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Posted by Diane Carney on 10/02/2021 14:11:35:

You know what I'm talking about.... !

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Well to be honest... Nowink

Whitworth, Maudsley and Brunel - was that a program on the BBC Light Program or am I thinking of Wilson, Kepple and Betty?

John

Howard Lewis10/02/2021 15:30:29
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Whitworth, Maudslay and Brunel and others should be in company with the inventors of textile machinery, (Water Frames, Spinning Jennies, Looms etc ) so all will be hard acts to follow!

Howard

Grindstone Cowboy10/02/2021 15:31:03
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Wilson, Kepple and Betty?

Not really noted for their radio work devil

Rob

P.S. I've no idea what Diane is talking about either

Journeyman10/02/2021 15:34:57
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No, but you can listen to the 'Sand Dance' cheeky

John

Edited By Journeyman on 10/02/2021 15:38:45

JA10/02/2021 15:41:36
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I assume it was the Archers. Socially the most progressive programme on the radio. I have not listened to it for over 25 years.

JA

Diane Carney10/02/2021 16:26:56
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Ha!!! I knew I would smoke you out!

Howard Lewis10/02/2021 16:35:44
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Wilson, Keppel and Betty and their dancing really grates on me!

Howard

derek hall 110/02/2021 16:39:59
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Thought they were a prog rock group from the 70's.......

Regards to all

Derek

V8Eng10/02/2021 16:48:03
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Posted by JA on 10/02/2021 15:41:36:

I assume it was the Archers. Socially the most progressive programme on the radio. I have not listened to it for over 25 years.

JA


First we have Model Engineering on radio now it’s bows and arrows!

I blame it all on lockdown😉

Meunier10/02/2021 21:44:00
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Posted by JasonB on 10/02/2021 15:05:13:

I've always found model making on the radio difficult as it's really too small and I keep falling off.

Perhaps you need a DAB of adhesive to stop you falling off ! Sorry...
DaveD

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