The classic piece is made of gold decorated with “in excess of 14 carat of diamonds”, and comes in its original leather case

(...) sister Beatrice married the radio pioneer Marconi. Doreen was born in 1888. In 1907 she married(...)

Manfred Eicher: one of the most influential figures in contemporary jazz

(...); Eicher heard the Estonian composer’s minimalist masterpiece by chance on his car radio and decided that(...)

‘Until three years ago, the phrase ‘Black Friday’ had minimal recognition in this country . . . except that it was the fourth best song on Steely Dan’s second best album.’ Photograph: Rob Stothard/Getty Images

(...) they seemed so much glossier and so much richer, it was natural. (You still get a bit of this in radio(...)

 Joe Ainsworth: a creative and sometimes brilliant career policeman who seemed destined to lead the Garda Síochána. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) million radio communications network were put in place and 18 armed taskforces were set up. Co(...)

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Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn:  he is under fire after he unexpectedly released a letter to MPs saying he could not support the bombing campaign. Photograph:  Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

(...) the country can see that,” she told BBC Radio Berkshire. “I think it probably is unsustainable(...)

The Iúda Naofa before it sank north of the Butt of Lewis in January

Lewis, and called the British coastguard on VHF radio for assistance. “It wasn’t a Mayday at that(...)

Joe Hanrahan who died in a house fire, featured on the cover of the book “Vanishing Ireland”. Photograph: James Fennell

(...) had always lived a quiet life, at ease with a newspaper, a cigarette and some céilí music on the radio(...)

Sean O’Rourke: a segment on his show about  grief is ‘a beautiful piece of stop-and-listen radio’. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

This is what I know about the spontaneity of Irish radio. When we were kids we walked from(...)

Denis Cowap, Mariana Varvara and her baby Luca, and Stuart Comerford after collecting food parcels from the Capuchin Day Centre, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) girls eating cereal. It’s warm, the radio is on, and a volunteering parent, Catherine Brennan, is making(...)