Sunday, June 22, 2008
The BBC World Service (if you don't know) is a shortwave radio service, which means it can cover some very serious miles - hence the word 'World'. For instace, listening to the World Service was the only way the locals near Chernobyl knew there was a nuclear meltdown happening in '86 (the Soviet Govt. were quiet) and perhaps they should put some space between themselves and it! Check out the Documentary Downloads and Podcast.