(Source: BBC World Service via Julie M)
For 75 years the BBC ran a monitoring service based in an English stately home. Its job was to listen to foreign broadcasts from all around the world. But in 2018 the BBC decided the building was no longer needed. David Sillito spoke to veterans of the monitoring service before Caversham closed its doors.
A fitting touch from the world-class BBC World Service. Truly, the gold standard for SW broadcasting and monitoring. Long live the SW broadcasters, and the people who monitor them. RF
Hear, hear! 🙂