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From the Publisher"Their work promises to change irreversibly our perception of both the history of British broadcasting and of its place in the wider political, cultural and social history of Britain." Sight and Sound
"This admirably balanced new study . . . deserves the attention of lay readers as well as scholars . . an important piece of work." The Independent on Sunday
". . . an impressive volume . . . informed by concepts." The Guardian
"This is a quite outstanding book: a social history of radio broadcasting in Britain up to 1939. It is a work of sustained scholarship but, although more that 150,000 words long, an immensely enjoyable read." Tom Nossiter, London School of Economics.
" A truly magisterial work, unlikely to be bettered for a generation." Screen