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  1. We are pleased to announce that the last of our series of lectures from the RSGB 2017 Convention—Reflections on the History of Radar by Hugh Griffiths, G4CNV—is now available online.
  2. We are pleased to announce that Mike Bruce, M0ITI has been co-opted to the RSGB Board, with immediate effect.  Mike will provide focus and expertise to ensure that the Board is fully equipped to support the major changes within the Examinations Systems. Mike was recently appointed Examination Systems Review Manager, has been a member of […]
  3. This weekend is Railways on the Air and many clubs will be operating special event stations from railway related sites around the country. It celebrates the anniversary of the first steam-powered passenger railway that took place on 27 September 1825—the first passenger train ran on a line in the north-east of England from Darlington to […]
  4. The RSGB’s Planning Advisory Committee is launching its latest Planning Guide for Members at the National Hamfest on Friday, 28 September 2018. Now in its ninth edition and edited by PAC Chairman John Mattocks, G4TEQ, this popular guide draws on John’s many years as a professional planning inspector and the work of the RSGB Planning […]
  5. The Operating Advisory Service (OAS) is an RSGB volunteer-run service that provides guidance to licensed radio amateurs in the UK and the Crown Dependencies of Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man. It helps promote good practice, and advises on how to manage problematic behaviour and poor operating practice on the amateur bands. The initial […]