Read: today’s made-up word

Superradiomegaly

Myra Litton

 

Superradiomegaly was the new policy adopted by the government

There must be a renewal of interest in building crystal sets for children, a back to basics

Renewed interest in handles for citizens band radio

That can be captured on police scanners in the fight against organised crime and sedition

Packets of waves to be intercepted

Radio more social than the PC workstation, active rather than receptive

Getting those neurons firing and establishing coteries and coats of arms

Attracting awards from the Cub Scouts and the Princes Trust

A nice hobby consolidating the tradition of workshops and dens

Innovating and inspiring

covering small and big issues

Influenced by the likes of Nancy Drew, the Famous Five and the Secret Seven

Superradiomegaly the way to go

 

 

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