The BBC’s “royal microphone” from the 1930s

Sun, Mar 6, 2011


BBC writes:

Anyone who has seen the film, The King’s Speech, will know that the microphones used for broadcasting by the Royal Family in the 1930s didn’t look anything like those used by ordinary mortals.

That’s because the BBC designed special “royal microphones”, in ornate art deco cabinets.



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