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Faslane - Wartime Broadcasting Service. FLAC album


Performer: Faslane
Genre: Other
Title: Wartime Broadcasting Service.
Released: 2017
FLAC version ZIP size: 1670 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1836 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1112 mb
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Music by Antonio Sou, Matthew Ho Recorded in 2015 to 2016 KF Studio, Macau. Chan Artwork and Designed by CheHon Studio.

The Wartime Broadcasting Service was a service of the BBC that was intended to broadcast in the United Kingdom either after a nuclear attack or if conventional bombing destroyed regular BBC facilities in a conventional war. The origins of the service lie in pre-World War II plans to disperse BBC staff to facilities such as Wood Norton to guarantee due functioning of the corporation if cities such as London, Belfast, Cardiff.

Genre: Other Album: Wartime Broadcasting Service.

Исполнитель: Faslane Название: Wartime Broadcasting Service Год выхода: 2017 Жанр: Noise, Dark Ambient Страна: China Лейбл: Day’s Eye Records Дебютная работа китайского нойзового музыканта. Исполнитель: Faslane Название: Wartime Broadcasting Service Год выхода: 2017 Жанр: Noise, Dark Ambient Страна: China Лейбл: Day’s Eye Records Качество: 128 kbps Размер: 45 MB. Дебютная работа китайского нойзового музыканта.

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The following is a transcript of a pre-recorded broadcast from the BBC in the hours after the Doomsday attacks of September 26, 1983. The voice is that of Peter Donaldson, the main newsreader at the time of the attack on BBC Radio 4. This is the Wartime Broadcasting Service. This country has been attacked with nuclear weapons. Communications have been severely disrupted, and the number of casualties and the extent of the damage are not yet known.

The Wartime Broadcasting System (WTBS) - referred to in the book as "Deferred Facilities" - would have operated from 11 protected bunkers spread across the UK. Image caption The "war book".

Wartime Broadcasting Service. Please come back soon.