My first topic post, please do rip me to bits if necessary. Life is a learning curve, after all.
For a number of years, I have been doing the night shift driving as a taxi driver. Due to changes in the company, i don't do as many as i used to.
BBC Radio 4 is the station i normally listen to as the other station plays the music i really don't get along with. On the FM Band as its crystal
clear, compared to the AM broadcast.
Radio 4 is the station which the UK nuclear bombers, listen to establish if London as been vaporised.
At certain a times, the broadcast would be interrupted by what would sound like an old style modem/fax machine chirps and whistles. But although
similar, definetly not the same.
LAST NIGHT I MANAGED TO RECORD IT ON MY PHONE.
It was first on at 03:04ish, then repeated at 04:04ish. GMT, 31 January
You need to a licence to broadcast any sort of radio station in the United Kingdom, which are tightly controlled. Hence the playing of 'pop'ular
So, here are links to the recording i have made. Linked from my google drive.
.....................The video, I change the station in the car, so you can see its definetly being broadcast (02:40). And the return to normal
programming at (03:20). 233mb
.....................The audio, I converted to mp3 because of the huge file size. (4.81mb)
Can anybody shed any light on this? ----- (not sure of the URL links will be work properly.....)
I'm off to work again tonight, wondering if i'll get a visit from the men in suits from GCHQ, LOL.