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The movie "Pirate Radio", released in November 2009, follows an illegal radio station in the North Sea in the 1960s. We thought it would be interesting to try and identify the equipment used in the movie. If you spot anything familiar, let us know about it by commenting on this article online. All photos are by Alex Bailey and courtesy Focus Features.
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