Nineteen forty-five, early autumn. A month before, the Second World War had ended in Japan with a flash and a bang. Four Sundays later, I began as host of a one-hour weekly radio programme of recorded music called The Wax Museum. The phrase disc jockey had not yet entered our working vocabulary. In …
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