BBC Flogging Off its Old World Service Radio Equipment

By Gary Cutlack on at

If you'd like to own a bit of broadcasting history, the BBC's auction of World Service equipment is the place to be. Now that the BBC's historic radio team has left the Bush House building, everything must go.

There are record decks from the olden days, CD players from more recent times, professional microphones, mixing desks and oodles of complex pro audio equipment up for sale. If you know what it is or does, you can pick up a PSI 200A phasemeter for example, or a Componedex 2000 faker scope or, if you're in the process of setting up your own catering business, you can buy the entirety of the World Service's kitchen equipment.

Everything must go, as the BBC's promised to pick up Gary Lineker's next tanning salon bill. [PP Auctions via Wired]