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The Golden Age of Radio

Talks - History; Talks - Musical Entertainment; Talks - Arts and Culture

Event Description

Directly after the second world war, and whilst television was still in its infancy, Radio was charged with the task of informing, educating, guiding, thrilling, amusing and entertaining us. Oh how it succeeded! Roger takes us for a walk down memory lane referring to dozens of iconic programs. There are live illustrations of the music that graced the post war airwaves, played by Roger on his studio piano.

  • Duration: 45 mins
  • Online Zoom Event: An event held in person
  • Join as an individual or book for private groups up to 45
Roger-Browne

Meet The Speaker, Roger

Born in the industrial North of England, during the second world war, Roger’s upbringing was humble, but his recollections are dominated by indelible memories of humanity, care, love and, above all, music and lots and lots of humour. Roger is now, primarily, a storyteller. He draws on his incredible experiences of life and performance, to deliver an eclectic mix of creative music and hilarious tales, informing and entertaining special interest groups, the length and breadth of Britain. His live performances have spanned seven decades and three continents.

Preparing for the Event

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