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Re: Ham radio in Films & TV ?



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On 21 Jan 2007, at 21:22, Steve Daniels wrote:
> British comedian did a half hour sketch called The Radio Ham,  
> recently re
> enacted by comedian Paul Merton.

That 'British Comedian' was 'Tony Hancock', and his original version  
of the Sketch from 'Hancock's Half-Hour' is  still the best..

In one of the Star Trek films, there was some amateur radio in the  
background when Uhura was tuning around. I seem to remember that  
someone actually tried to decode the signal from the film.

John


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