Programmes were broadcast by the pair from Tony Johns bedroom in Mitcham, Surrey. The 'studio' comprised a domestic record player, a £5.00 mixer, a crystal microphone and a second record deck salvaged from a rubbish heap.
At that time the broadcasts were around 88 MHz - the frequencies then used for taxi
communication. Even worse, the transmitter was AM not FM. On most radios it sounded
distorted. It also suffered a terrible hum. The broadcasts did not carry far and were heard by
very few people