NEW EXHIBITION FOR 2022 CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF BROADCASTING – Museum Of Communications (MOC)
After the two-year enforced closure of the Burntisland based MOC museum, we are planning to open a new free public exhibition from May. The exhibition will mark an important anniversary in the history of radio and TV broadcasting.
In 2022, British broadcasting has entered its centenary year, marking both 100 years since the first experimental scheduled broadcasts were made in the UK and the start of the BBC – the world’s oldest national broadcaster. It will also register our presence back in the community and town etc.
The Museum’s 2022 exhibition will be in 131 on the High Street of Burntisland (KY3 9AA). The exhibition will feature a 100 year Broadcasting timeline running from 1922 to 2022 highlighting famous radio and TV programmes and events illustrated by items from our collection- crystal set radios, valve wirelesses to TV cameras, recalling the great moments in broadcasting history, events of the day and other memorabilia. Hopefully we can set up a broadcast demonstration for young people to enjoy and illustrate some of the technical aspects of the history of broadcasting. We also want to show how broadcasting has evolved into today’s world of on-line streaming, smart-phones and HDTV. There will be an additional exhibit covering Royal Broadcasting in this Queens Platinum Jubilee year.
Everyone will be welcome to come in to see the exhibition – normally on Wednesdays and Saturdays over May to September. There will be no charge for entrance to the exhibition. The museum is a registered charity and run only by volunteers. WoSARS Members see POST#1978 . for further information.
With Scottish Clubs returning to normal meeting, details of club activities can be usually be found on the individual club’s website. A summary of activities in Scotland can be found on WoSARS’s – SNIPS .
East Kilbride ARC advises that it remains closed for the time being. email@example.com
Stirling and District Amateur Radio Society is open today for operating from 11am and next week for antenna work. It will also be open on Thursday from 7pm. firstname.lastname@example.org
Moray Firth Amateur Radio Society meets at 7:15pm on the First and Third Tuesday of each month at the Armed Forces Reserve Centre, Elgin www.mfars.club
On Tuesday Cockenzie & Port Seton Amateur Radio has a construction night at RBL. Bob, GM4UYZ, on 01875 811 723.
Inverness & District Amateur Radio Society is on the air on Wednesday. Adrian, MM0DHY, Invernessradiosociety@gmail.com
Lothians Radio Society meets at 8pm. on Wednesday at the Braids Hill Hotel, Edinburgh www.lothiansradiosociety.com. This coming Wednesday “Viral NET”
Aberdeen Amateur Radio Society is having a talk on Thursday by Graham, GM4OBD called 5 out of 40 members do count at 7:30pm. www.aars.org.uk
And, The Lomond Radio Club is open for in-person club nights on Thursdays from 7.30pm at the John Connelly Centre in Renton. Details from Barrie, email@example.com
Mid Lanarkshire Amateur Radio Society meets every Friday from 7pm at Newarthill Community Education Centre, ML1 5JU.
West of Scotland Amateur Radio Society has Solder Group meetings at Sauchiehall Street on Wednesday. On Friday at Rose Street (18th MARCH) will be a ‘Digital Radio Night & Applications’ hosted by Ernie, GM0EZP with contributions from the ‘floor’.
Strathclyde Park Amateur Radio Club – SPARC has resumed on 4th and is meeting this coming Friday 18th @ 2000hrs – 4a Auchengramont Road, Hamilton, ML3 6JT.
CLUB NETS (Full Listings – wosars.club/radio-nets)
To have your net listed on the WoSARS website or to report any changes, contact Tony, MM0TMZ by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also keep GB2RS updated via email to email@example.com.