Radio interview - 80th anniversary of the EAMS

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Radio interview - 80th anniversary of the EAMS

Postby Philthy » Tue Jan 01, 2019 11:49 am

Thanks to Melbourne radio station 3AW, I have been able to make available online an interview that I did with presenter and aviation enthusiast Tony Moclair late last year about the new exhibition at the Airways Museum, Essendon Airport on the 80th anniversary of Australian participation in the Empire Air Mail Scheme.

There is a link to the audio file on www.airwaysmuseum.com - click on the exhibition icon and follow your nose.
Aeradio Operator John G. 'Johnnie' Walker, Karumba Flying Boat Base, 1938.
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Re: Radio interview - 80th anniversary of the EAMS

Postby longshot » Fri Jan 04, 2019 3:10 pm

Nice work, Phil!.....Is there any online presentation of the graphics from the exhibition ?
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Re: Radio interview - 80th anniversary of the EAMS

Postby Philthy » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:18 am

Unfortunately the exhibition artwork isn't online but if anybody wishes to email me, I'll send you a contact sheet.
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