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Firedrake

HMS Firedrake 1912, an Achero n-class destroyer launched in 1912 and sold in 1921 USS Firedrake AE-14, a Mount Hood -class ammunition ship launched in 1944 and decommissioned in 1971 HMS Firedrake H79, an F-class destroyer launched in 1934 and su ...

                                               

Jimmy James

Jimmy James, a NewsRadio character portrayed by Stephen Root Jimmy James dancer 1915–1992, New Zealand dancer Jimmy James singer born 1940, British soul singer with The Vagabonds Jimmy James musician born 1959, American guitarist with Tommy Tuton ...

                                               

Moir

Moir or MOIR may refer to: Moir baronets, two titles, one in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia and one in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom Moir Tod Stormonth Darling, Lord Stormonth-Darling 1844–1912, Scottish politician and judge Moir surname, a ...

                                               

SPAD

Simple Plastic Airplane Design, a type of radio-controlled model airplane SPAD VII, SPAD S.XII and SPAD S.XIII, French fighter planes of World War I produced by Societe Pour LAviation et ses Derives A-1 Skyraider, nicknamed Spad, an attack aircra ...

                                               

Douglas Stewart

Douglas Stewart may refer to: Douglas Day Stewart, American screenwriter Doug Stewart radio broadcaster Douglas Stewart equestrian 1913–1991, British Olympic equestrian Douglas Stewart poet 1913–1985, Australian poet Douglas Stewart film editor 1 ...

                                               

Lynn Foster

Lynn Foster, was a playwright, radio producer and writer, a script editor and television writer. She was the first woman in Australia both to direct and write a major national radio show.

                                               

Kevin McCarthy

Kevin McCarthy Iowa politician born 1971, Democratic member of the Iowa House of Representatives Kevin A. McCarthy born 1950, Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives Kevin McCarthy California politician born 1965, Republican me ...

                                               

Jimmy Valentine

Jimmy Valentine may refer to: Alias Jimmy Valentine 1928 film, a 1928 American crime drama film directed by Jack Conway, based on the play Alias Jimmy Valentine 1920 film, a 1920 American silent film crime drama sdirected by Edmund Mortimer and A ...

                                               

Bob Harris

Robert S. Harris, video game programmer Bob Harris sportscaster born 1942, American sports broadcaster Bobby Harris musician, founder of the Dazz Band Bob Harris radio presenter born 1946, "Whispering" Bob Harris, British radio and TV presenter J ...

                                               

Stephen King (disambiguation)

Steve King radio, American radio personality Steve King audio engineer 1958–2014, American record producer and audio engineer Stephen James King born 1983, Australian TV and stage actor

                                               

Unmasked

Unmasked may refer to: Unmasked Kiss album, 1980 Unmasked Tour, a 1980 concert tour by the hard rock group Kiss "UnmAsked" Pretty Little Liars, a 2012 episode of the television series Pretty Little Liars Unmasked Ira Losco album Unmasked EP, a 20 ...

                                               

Joe Cooper

Joe Cooper may refer to: Joe Cooper basketball born 1957, American basketball player Joe Cooper linebacker born 1979, American football player Joe Cooper presenter, British broadcaster & radio presenter Joe Cooper ice hockey 1914–1979, Canadian i ...

                                               

Radio Corporation of America v China

Radio Corporation of America v China was a 1935 arbitral proceeding to determine whether a concession granted by the government of China for operation of radio communications between the United States and China was exclusive and could be consider ...

                                               

Don Taylor

Don Taylor, American bass vocalist with Foggy River Boys/The Marksmen in 1954 Don Taylor English director and playwright 1936–2003, stage, television and film producer Don Taylor American filmmaker 1920–1998, actor and director Don Taylor sportsc ...

                                               

KQW

KQW may refer to: KQWB-FM, a radio station on 98.7 MHz licensed to Moorhead, Minnesota, United States KQWC-FM, a radio station on 95.7 MHz licensed to Webster City, Iowa KQWB AM, a radio station on 1660 kHz licensed to West Fargo, North Dakota, U ...

                                               

Edward Mitchell (pianist)

Edward Mitchell was a British pianist and composer best known for his interpretations of Russian piano music between the 1910s and the 1940s. After the First World War he became assistant organist at Westminster Cathedral. He taught at the Royal ...

                                               

WJZ

WJZ may currently refer to: WJZ-FM, a radio station 105.7 FM licensed to Catonsville, Maryland, United States WJZ AM, a radio station 1300 AM licensed to Baltimore, Maryland, United States WJZ-TV, a television station channel 13 analog/digital li ...

                                               

The Big Show

Big Show born 1972, professional wrestler, real name Paul Wight Glenn Maxwell born 1988, Australian cricket player nicknamed "The Big Show" Jared Rosholt born 1986, American mixed martial arts fighter nicknamed "The Big Show"

                                               

KFRC

KFRC may refer to: KGMZ AM, a radio station 1550 AM licensed to San Francisco, California, United States, which used the call sign KFRC from January 2009 to August 2011 KMEL, a radio station 106.1 FM licensed to San Francisco, California, United ...

                                               

KPPC

KPPC may refer to: KROQ-FM, a radio station 106.7 FM licensed to serve Pasadena, California, United States, which formerly used the call sign KPPC-FM KBEX FM, a radio station 96.3 FM licensed to serve Dalhart, Texas, which held the call sign KPPC ...

                                               

Upstairs Downstairs

Upstairs, Downstairs 1971 TV series, a British TV series broadcast on ITV from 1971 to 1975 Upstairs Downstairs 2010 TV series, a sequel of the ITV series broadcast on the BBC from 2010 Upstairs and Downstairs 1925 film, 1925 German film Upstairs ...

                                               

Robert Sherman

Robert Sherman may refer to: Robert J. Sherman born 1968, American born songwriter. Son of Robert B. Sherman. Bob Sherman radio executive, WNBC radio executive Robert B. Sherman 1925–2012, American songwriter and screenwriter Robert Sherman music ...

                                               

SS Angarstroy

SS Angarstroy or Angastroi was a cargo ship built by Harland and Wolff shipyards, Belfast in 1927. Originally named Grantleyhall, the ship had a length of 412 ft 3 in and a depth of 25 ft. Her gross register tonnage was 4.761. Grantleyhall was ac ...

                                               

Narciso Parigi

Parigi was born in 1927 in Tuscany. He made his debut at Radio Firenze in 1944 as a "radio singer" with different orchestras. He worked with Radio Firenze from 1945 to 1965. He participated in the Festival di Napoli in 1963 with Nunzio Gallo. He ...

                                               

WNEW

WJFK AM, a radio station 1580 AM licensed to Morningside, Maryland, United States, which carried the WNEW callsign from 2011 to 2013 WBBR, a radio station 1130 AM licensed to New York, New York, United States, which carried the WNEW callsign from ...

                                               

VLC

VLC may refer to: Variable-length code, a code which maps source symbols to a variable number of bits VLC, pre-1928 call sign for Chatham Islands Radio, one of the Call signs in New Zealand VLC media player, a free software cross-platform multime ...

                                               

Counterpoint (disambiguation)

In music, counterpoint is a texture involving the simultaneous sounding of separate melodies or lines "against" each other. Counterpoint may also refer to:

                                               

Gene Taylor

Gene Taylor may refer to: Gene Taylor pianist born 1952, American pianist Gene Taylor athletic director born 1957, NCAA Division I athletic director Gene Taylor bassist 1929–2001, American jazz musician Gene Taylor American football born 1962, wi ...

                                               

Stanley Smith (actor)

Stanley Smith was a film actor and singer. He had leading roles opposite various other stars and featured in several musicals. He was born in Kansas City. He co-starred opposite Clara Bow in Love Among the Millionaires. He married Mary Lawlor in ...

                                               

James OBrien

Jay OBrien Virginia politician born 1951, American politician in Virginia James OBrien New Brunswick politician 1824–1922, Canadian blacksmith and political figure in New Brunswick James OBrien 1806–1882, Irish judge and British MP for Limerick C ...

                                               

WMAK (disambiguation)

WMAK is a radio station licensed to Lobelville, Tennessee, United States. WMAK may also refer to: WUFO, a radio station 1080 AM licensed to Amherst, New York, which held the call sign WMAK from 1930 to 1932 WNQM, a radio station 1300 AM licensed ...

                                               

Command performance

Command performance may refer to: Command Performance radio series, a US Armed Forces Radio show from 1942-49 Royal Command Performance, any theatrical or musical performance requested by a monarch Command Performance 1931 film, a 1931 film Comma ...

                                               

Gogo DeLys

Gogo DeLys was an American singer in vaudeville and with the Jimmy Grier Band and on old-time radio. Her last name was also seen as Delys.

                                               

Bob Grant

Bob Grant may refer to: Bob Grant rugby league born 1946, Australian rugby league footballer Bobby Grant footballer, born 1940 1940–2017, Scottish footballer Bob Grant American football born 1946, American football player Bob Grant radio host 192 ...

                                               

Breakfast Club

The term breakfast club may refer to a variety of social arrangements, the simplest being where friends meet to eat breakfast together. Breakfast Club or The Breakfast Club may also refer to: Colloquially: School breakfast club, a facility to pro ...

                                               

WTOP

WFED 1500, an AM radio station in Washington, D.C. that held the WTOP call letters from 1943 until 2005 WHUR-FM 96.3, a radio station in Washington, D.C. that held the WTOP-FM call letters from the early 1960s until 1971 WBQH 1050, a radio statio ...

                                               

Sailors Holiday (1944 film)

Mary Zavian as Hedy Lamarrs Double Eddie Bruce as Radio Announcer Joe Palma as Kings Guard Dick Jensen as Policeman Swing Arthur Lake as Marblehead Tomkins Harry Tenbrook as Laundry Man John Tyrrell as Guard Heinie Conklin as Air Raid Warden Harr ...

                                               

Every Time I Turn the Radio On/Talk to Me Ohio

Every Time I Turn the Radio On/Talk to Me Ohio is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in January 1975 on MCA Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was Andersons twenty third studio album to b ...

                                               

Audio

Audio, audible content in audio production and publishing Stereophonic audio, method of sound reproduction that creates an illusion of multi-directional audible perspective Semantic audio, extraction of symbols or meaning from audio Digital audio ...

                                               

Stephane Dupont

Dupont described himself as a "radio walker". After studying at INSAS, he worked for the magazine Contraste from 1974 to 1975. From 1978 to 1979, he hosted and produced the rock music radio show Radio-Hot-Dog every Saturday. Around 1984, he worke ...

                                               

WPRS

WPRS-FM, a radio station 104.1 FM licensed to serve Waldorf, Maryland, United States WIBU, a radio station 1440 AM licensed to serve Paris, Illinois, United States, which held the call sign WPRS until 2017 WPRS-FM, former call sign 1952–1974; 98. ...

                                               

Quatermass (disambiguation)

Quatermass is the surname of the title character of a British science fiction franchise of several television serials and films, and a radio production. Other notable uses of the word were inspired by this franchise. Quatermass may also refer to:

                                               

WGN

WGN may refer to: WGN AM, a radio station 720 AM licensed to Chicago, Illinois, United States WFMT, a radio station 98.7 FM licensed to Chicago, Illinois, United States, which operates on the frequency formerly belonging to the Tribune -owned FM ...

                                               

KYW

KYW may refer to: KYW AM, a radio station 1060 AM licensed to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, which carried the KYW callsign from 1921 to 1956; and has again since 1965 KYW-TV, a television station channel 3 licensed to Philadelphia, P ...

                                               

This Week

This Week may refer to: This Week radio series, a Sunday radio show broadcast on RTE Radio 1 in Ireland This Week newspaper, a defunct national tourism newspaper for Wales This Week U.S. TV program, an American Sunday morning political interview ...

                                               

Steven Wright (disambiguation)

Steven Wright is an American comedian and actor. Steven or Steve Wright may also refer to: Steve Wright footballer, born 1959 born 1959, English footballer Steven Wright baseball born 1984, American baseball player Steve Wright American football, ...

                                               

MBE

Multibeam echosounder, a device used to map ocean floors The Mid-Brunhes Event, a climatic change at around 430.000 years ago Molecular Biology and Evolution, a journal Multi-band excitation, a series of speech coding standards Model-based enterp ...

                                               

Virgin Radio Groove (2000)

A sister station to Virgin Radio, Virgin Radio Groove is a former radio station that broadcast worldwide on the internet and to London on DAB digital radio. The station was launched as The Groove on 26 June 2000, and was renamed Virgin Radio Groo ...

                                               

KOTX

KOTX is a radio station broadcasting on 98.7 FM, licensed to Hebbronville, Texas, United States. The station feeds a dependent translator, K281CB on 104.1 FM licensed to Laredo North. This translator provides coverage in the border area of Laredo ...

                                               

Transit city

A transit city is a type of city designed around the use of public transport. In such cities, urban development is centered around rail stations or tramlines.