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Top 5 Radio Books for January

Radio Heritage Foundation
January 15 2012

Top 5 Radio Books for January

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The Top 5 Recommended Books for January are:

#1 Hello Ego! [Australian radio personality tells many inside stories]
#2 Encyclopedia of Black Radio in the USA [a unique viewpoint]
#3 Changing Stations [The Story of Australian Commercial Radio]
#4 An Air War with Cuba [when radio is ruled purely by politics]
#5 Radio in the Movies [fascinating panorama of radio on the big screen]

PLUS..Read our own reviews about other great radio books before you buy at as well. Coming soon - books about radio and movies, Black Radio in the USA, the Air War with Cuba, and more Australian radio history books.......

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* Shoestring Pirates autographed Radio Hauraki Story + CD $100
* Voices in the Air $75
* Fresh Pacific Wind Radio Hauraki CD $50
* Aunt Gwen of 2YA $40
* Original Radio Hauraki Party Ticket $10
* Art of Radio Japan postcards $10

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