Studio C34 in BBC Bush House

One of the oldest-remaining studios still in use at the World Service. Used for various language services including Portuguese for Africa and Burmese.

 

The Radioman screens (for playlist and cartwall) are on the left, along with the keyboard. The mic channels are to the left of the meters, and Outside Sources and other channels (including for Radioman) are to the right. The output module is on the far-right.

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  • John Howard 5y

    Many happy memories driving a DK 4/19 - probably one of the first analogue assignable desks to be built in the world.
  • Ian Fleming 4y

    I remember accepting these desks into service from the type B2s
  • BLΛCKWΛTCH 3y

    brilliant! look like some Coles ribbon mics behind the glass..wow!
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