WW2 Radio

Discussion in 'Network Information, Suggestions and Feedback' started by Wise1, Apr 26, 2004.


Would you listen to WW2 Radio

  1. Yes

  2. No

  3. Yes, can I be on a

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  1. Wise1

    Wise1 There We Are Then

    Yes, the server that site was on had a hard drive failure, I have had the data centre fix it and I just need to get round to putting it all back together again, should not be too long.
  2. Wise1

    Wise1 There We Are Then

    The radio website is back up and will be running a whole new set of tracks from later tonight.


    Apologies for the delay.
  3. morse1001

    morse1001 Very Senior Member

    I think Glenn Miller is a must.

    Being ex-RAF, I have a problem with the music of Glen Miller! Everytime I hear it, I have the urge to bomb Germany!!!! :lol: :lol:
  4. morse1001

    morse1001 Very Senior Member

    Its 2300 GMT, i am sitting at my desk enjoying bully beef sandwiches washed down with a cup of char and listening to the Song of the Volga Boatman!
  5. Wise1

    Wise1 There We Are Then

  6. morse1001

    morse1001 Very Senior Member

    Originally posted by Lee Wisener@Jun 5 2005, 10:56 AM
    The radio site has been getting a clean up, appreicate any views on the new design.

    [post=35031]Quoted post[/post]

    it is a very good layout and now that i am back on line in the house, i can listen to it again at my desk!
  7. HEKE

    HEKE Member

    Have you ever planned to turn your WW2 Radio into a multi lingual one? So... could it also play non-english music? Just asking...
  8. Wise1

    Wise1 There We Are Then

    dont have aproblem with that, tell me what you would like to hear and I will see what I can do
  9. HEKE

    HEKE Member

    Well lets see... Music from all the countries (or just the European countries) which took part in WW2. So that would mean countries like Germany, French, Finland, Russia, etc. These are just my suggestions, so it would be nice to hear what the other members have to say. Lee, can you tell us, which languages you could broadcast on the radio?

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