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Submission + - Time-travelling 1970s transistor radio, with WiFi (hylobatidae.org)

Ford Prefect writes: "If you're British, you'll know what BBC Radio 4 is. And if you grew up with it then moved abroad, timezones are a problem. Especially if you've moved to the eight-hours-out Seattle. So, with a Raspberry Pi and a 1970s Roberts radio, I built a solution. Which, in some space-time continuum-collapsing temporal loop, promptly appeared on Radio 4 itself. Oops! Assembly instructions, source code and pictures included for any expats wishing to build something similar..."
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Time-travelling 1970s transistor radio, with WiFi

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