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Please be aware that publication of issue 141 of The Radiophile has been delayed owing to a number of technical and personal reasons. The magazine will be printed and despatched as soon as possible, but in the meantime we would ask that subscribers remain patient, and particularly NOT to telephone Chas as the number of calls he has been taking recently are themselves causing some of the delay. We will update this message as soon as we get a firm despatch date. Thank you.

The Radiophile dates back to 1986 - Since then we have covered an enormous range of vintage radio topics including technical descriptions and practical repair work for a gamut of vintage radio receivers right through the alphabet from Aerodyne to Zetavox. This amazing and fascinating archive of over 5,000 pages is available now for easy online ordering. All back issues are still available from Issue 1 to the current issue. Back issues not showing on the website may still be available, but to special order only - please contact us if you want to purchase any of these. PDF copies of many magazines now also available. Again please contact us if you want any issue not shown in the catalogue.

From 1st March 2017 The Radiophile will incorporate Radio Bygones which will no longer be published as a separate magazine.

Please Note: The current issue number of The Radiophile is 140. Issue 141 is in preparation, but delayed - we will update here when we get a confirmed publication date. All subscriptions (including any bought over from Radio Bygones) are based on the number of magazines issued, so you will not lose out. Any queries about subscriptions should be sent using the 'Contact Us' form, but please include your postcode for easy reference.

As a free introduction to the Radiophile Magazine, we are offering a PDF copy of a special issue showing how a typical magazine will look. Available only as a PDF, this issue is made up of content taken from several back-issues and shows the work that goes into making the magazine with full colour on every page. Please DOWNLOAD here.

NEXT AUCTION - 28th January 2018 - at Gnosall

Thinking of attending one of our auctions, but wary of what's on offer and what sort of prices items can be purchased for? Why not subscribe to our auction list service for auction catalogues and reports? As a guide of what to expect we have made available the report from the last Cowbit Auction held on 20th November 2016 as a FREE DOWNLOAD. Where else would you be able to pick up a nice Kolster Brandes Toaster Radio for just £16? (Typical eBay price is between £40 and £50), or perhaps a Watts Dust Bug for £2 (Typically sold for between £10 and £20 on eBay). With typically 200 to 400 items available at each auction, plus stalls selling a wide range of sets and parts (domestic and military), Radiophile auctions are really unmissable events for collectors, dealers, and just about anyone interested in vintage radio, vintage TV, and vintage military equipment. You don't HAVE to subscribe to The Radiophile to attend our auctions, but if you are interested in vintage radio why wouldn't you? - just turn up on the day or subscribe to the auction list to get catalogues and reports of all our auctions.


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