SEE The radio boys at Mountain Pass. R57525.
SEE The radio amateur's handbook. R62125.
Radio operating questions and answers.
Sue 'em, the first radio play printed in America.
He had a whistling show on a radio station over there, fifteen minutes a week.
© 30May23, AF23860. R99164, 26Aug52, Riccardo Bacchelli (A) BACON, FRED Twelve radio favorites for banjo.
The radio girls of Roselawn.
Handbook of radio writing.
SEE Pierre-Quint, Leon. <pb id='119.png' /> MILLAR, WILLIAM B. Dr. Poling's radio talks with questions and answers.
(In One act play magazine and radio-drama review, Mar.-Apr. 1941)
R110824, 24Apr53, Karl W. Detzer (A) <pb id='036.png' /> DEWARD AND RICH, INC. Publicity guide for radio dealers.
BLACK, NEWTON HENRY. Practical physics: radio broadcasting, by N. Henry Black and Harvey N. Davis.
SEE Cronyn, George W., ed. DENTON, CLIFFORD E. Short wave radio handbook.
Off mike: radio writing by the nation's top radio writers.
The latest wonder, and one worthy of intense interest, was a newly installed radio receiver.
"Maybe we should have a radio program.
" Professor Biggleswade, who had heard vaguely of and rather looked down upon such new-fangled toys as radium and thorium and helium and argonfor the latest astonishing developments in the theory of radio-activity had brought Sir Angus McCurdie his world-wide famesaid somewhat ironically:
Based on the famous radio adventure by Fran Striker.
Radio patrol outwitting the gang chief.
Three serious radio scripts.
GHIRARDI, ALFRED A. Modern radio servicing.
THE RADIO BOYS AT OCEAN POINT; or, THE MESSAGE THAT SAVED THE SHIP, by Allen Chapman, with a foreword by Jack Binns.
Esther Godshaw Clarke (A); 29Apr69; R460711. CLARKE, NORMA K. Favorite radio poems.
Piano rolls weren't as expressive as good piano players, but they scaled better as did radio broadcasts, pulp magazines, and MP3s.