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by Sarah-Jane Stratford
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Just a book blog
Just a book blog rated it 5 years ago
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 ...
Silver's Reviews
Silver's Reviews rated it 5 years ago
Before the Internet and cell phones.Before women were seen as being more than secretar​ies​.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...
Memories From Books on Booklikes
Memories From Books on Booklikes rated it 5 years ago
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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