After errecting aerials on rainy high roofs in Bristol UK
we were ready to transmitt at 30 watts stereo (15 miles radius).
We had received material in various forms from around the globe,
but to start the day off, i did an event with public telephones.
Six call boxes in the centre of Bristol had their numbers taken down
and translated into DFMT beeps (touch tones). Listeners were asked to
'pick up their telephone and hold the handset to the radio',
by a friendly computer voice.
The dial tones were then transmitted, thus dialing the listeners phone.
They were then instructed to 'hold the handset to your ear and listen.'
This went on for about a hour and was mixed with received other local radio
We then proceded with the sent material which arrived in the form of
telephone messages, email, audio cassette, and paper.
The transmission ran from 12.00 noon to 12.00 midnight.
Special thanks to SOUNDSCAPE ASSIMULATIONS and NAMELESS WILDNESS.