Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Bruce Fisher, who adds the following to our growing archive of radios in film. Bruce writes:
Here are three shots from the first few minutes of the 1962 James Bond
film “Dr. No”:
The second shot is a close up of the radio in the first shot. (These appear at about 4:30)
I suppose the last shot is from the BBC Monitoring Station? (about 5:30).
Thanks for sharing these screen shots, Bruce!
That looks like a K.W. Vanguard amateur transmitter in the first two photos, of course, but I can’t determine what the receiver is on the right. Can someone identify?