A SERIES OF TALKS AND EVENTS AT WIRELESS IN WALES RADIO MUSEUM DENBIGH 2018 – 2019
Friday 21st September 7pm - 9pm "Your Ring-The Human Cost". Speaker: John Clark
Friday 19th October 7pm - 9pm "New Medicines and the NHS": Speaker: Professor Dyfrig Hughes
Friday 16th November 7pm - 9pm "The Welsh in Liverpool": Speaker : Mike Farnworth
Friday 30th November 7pm - 9pm : Curators Evening:
"Thomas Edison: The Man who nearly invented Radio": Speaker David Crawford
Friday 18th January 7pm - 9pm "Community Digital Radio": Speaker Dr Selwyn Williams
Friday February 15th 7pm - 9pm : "Geography, Geology and Gemstones": Speaker Tony Vine
Friday March 15th 7pm - 9pm "David Edward Hughes Annual Lecture": "MADE Studio: Carriageworks Denbigh : Art in Science and Technology". Speakers: Studio Artists
Friday 5th April 7pm - 9pm: "Heading for the City : Following the story of a Wireless Operator and a German WW1 Cruiser": Speaker: Christopher Lees
Friday 17th May 7pm - 9pm : "The Editing and Manipulation of Photography": Speaker: Sue Clark
Friday 21st June 7pm - 9pm: "In the Recording Studio" : Speaker Richard Vernon
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The Welsh radio museum
Gwefr Heb Wifrau - Wireless in Wales, a charitable trust, is a small radio museum with a difference. With its emphasis on the history of broadcasting in Wales, the influence of broadcasting on our national identity and the contribution of the Welsh to the development of wireless technology it is unique. We have an interesting collection of old radio equipment and books, as well as educational and informative displays. The Museum is based around the collection of the late David Evan Jones and was opened just a few weeks after his death in 2008.
We were officially re-accredited by the Museums, Archives and Libraries Division of the Welsh Government in May 2018.
The museum is open on Mondays, 11.00 - 15.00, with the exception of bank holidays. Group and private visits are welcome at any other time, by appointment, throughout the year.
Wireless in Wales provides a safe and secure environment for volunteers and visitors, including wheelchair access throughout the building, a hearing loop and exhibits for safe handling. Our staff are trained and experienced in looking after visitors with disabilities.