Publish date: 2016-06-14
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
It's 1926 and Canadian-born, American-raised Maisie Musgrave is living in London. She's very excited to land a job as a secretary at the British Broadcasting Corporation. Radio is still new and although some people don't like it, it is captivating the nation. Maisie falls in love with her job - the ...
Before the Internet and cell phones.Before women were seen as being more than secretaries.RADIO GIRLS takes us back to the era of the wireless radio and the BBC. Loved the history. Loved learning about the development of radio, the shows, and hearing that some listeners were afraid of the...
NOTE: I received an ARC of this book via Penguin Random House’s First To Read in order to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions contained herein are my own. Radio Girls is a remarkable, captivating, and powerful story about determined, courageous,res...
Radio Girls by Sarah-Jane Stratford has all the makings of a good read. Fascinating, turbulent history. A strong main character. A little romance. Lots of intrigue. The history is the advent and rise of broadcasting in the turbulent period before World War II and the sociopolitical views of those ti...
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