194 Radio City - The Heart of Liverpool
Radio City claimed Kathy Barham early. In the 1970s it provided the soundtrack to her adolescence, inspiring a devotion to music, disc jockeys and request writing. It took a shock telephone call in 2002 to send Kathy back to those days. 194 Radio City - The Heart of Liverpool is the story of her journey to understand how those lost times, voices and songs influenced and shaped not only her life, but the lives of many. Amusing, insightful and full of fresh stories from the people who made Radio City great, this book will strike a chord in anyone who cares about the magic of radio. If you listened to Radio City in the early years, or are simply nostalgic for the 1970s, 1980s and the music of that time, this is the book for you.
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