Christmas is here: we hope you enjoy our carols from Cambridge University Library
If you suffered during rush hour in the snow in the UK last week, just imagine if you could travel everywhere by sledge, with all your most treasured possessions!
“Darkness is cheap and Scrooge liked it.” But that night Scrooge was afraid of the dark, checking nervously whether anyone was hiding behind his dressing gown … and out of the dark, through a locked door comes a ghost to terrify him …
No apologies for naming the iconic Radio Times magazine. This issue for Christmas 1929 included a short story by Compton Mackenzie, articles by Winifred Holtby and J.B. Priestley, and a grateful letter from a reader “We are very lucky people being the possessors of two [radio ]sets, one with eight valves and the other , a short wave set, with three valves”