BBC World Service junk auction has nearly everything you need to start a radio station

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9 Responses to “BBC World Service junk auction has nearly everything you need to start a radio station”

  1. nixiebunny says:

    A quick look showed dozens of factory-boxed cassette decks and stereo receivers. 

    This looks more like a Circuit City liquidation sale!

  2. mobobo says:

    reet all I need now is a boat and I can fulfill my Pirate dreams.
    There is a stack o bargains to be had matey! aaaaarrrrrrrr 

  3. bumblebeeeeeee says:

    “junk auction has nearly everything you need to start a radio station”

    Not junk – hence the auction, hence people bidding fair amounts. The major equipment you’d need for transmission are not in the auction. There are many places you could get “everything you need to start a radio station”, but you’d need money. As you’d expect.

  4. Gilbert Wham says:

    Good place to pick up a couple of SL1210s. The day they are no longer needed is far, far away, thankfully.

  5. emilia212 says:

    Can people outside the UK participate in the auction? Can’t seem to find any relevant info.

  6. Preston Sturges says:

    Did I see a building just like that in Chicago maybe?  It seems like a specific piece of architecture.

  7. Dave says:

    Its all part of the BBC’s retreat to the leftist north of England, to that bastion of working class spirit, Manchester. The BBC belongs in London. Nuff said.

    • mobobo says:

      naaaaa – the beeb is waaaay beyond one physical location, and London is a shite hole filled with Banksters.

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