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Radio in Art can be found in London, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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1957 nuclear test: Fall-out Featured Radio Print

1957 nuclear test: Fall-out

Fallout: The sinister and prolonged after-effect of nuclear explosions: a drawing illustrating some characteristics of this haunting phenomenon.An illustration by special Illustrated London News artist G.H Davis, with the cooperation of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, showing the dangers of nuclear fall-out. Britain's first nuclear tests in May 1957 prompted fears about the long term effects of the explosions on human life. Possible dangers listed here include radio-active dust and particles in rain, and the contamination of fish stocks

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Two police officers in SPG van, Met Police, London Featured Radio Print

Two police officers in SPG van, Met Police, London

Two police officers, one male, one female (WPC McKay), in an SPG (Special Patrol Group) van, Met Police, London. The SPG was set up in 1961 to provide a centrally-based mobile capability for dealing with serious public disorder. The officers pictured were two of the first to join the SPG. Date: circa early 1960s

© Metropolitan Police Authority/Mary Evans

WW2 - Blitz, London - Progress report sent to Local Control Featured Radio Print

WW2 - Blitz, London - Progress report sent to Local Control

Senior Company Officer Jimmy Syrett, up with the branchmen, sends a progress report to Local Control. He is using one of the early walkie talkies with a throat, or larynx, microphone, supplied by the Royal Corps of Signals. These sets transmitted a good signal provided there was no local interference, i.e. the operator standing close to a corrugated iron fence. When this occured, the operator had to change position; sometimes merely pivoting on the same spot had the desired effect. Date: 1941

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans