[Essex Ham Site] TX Factor Episode 22 Out Now

Fellow CHR member VA7JK sends us this post.

Essex Ham has posted a new item: ‘TX Factor Episode 22 Out Now

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The latest episode of TX Factor, the online TV show dedicated to all things amateur radio, has just been released. Have a watch for a few faces and voices from […]

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https://www.essexham.co.uk/news/tx-factor-episode-22-out-now.html

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