Denzil’s account of his career in country radio from 1939 to 1948. Starting at 3SR, Shepparton in 1939, Denzil soon found himself in uniform at the outbreak of WWII, an assignment which took him eventually to the Heidelberg Military Hospital. After the war he spent four years at 3YB Warrnambool where he honed his experience as a radio announcer and producer.
In 1952 Denzil spent six months in the UK and Europe. Keen to learn about the new medium of television, which had not yet arrived in Australia, Denzil arranged a visit to the BBC television studios at Lime Grove. He made brief notes and sketches in his diary and subsequently typed this longer article “Further Notes On Television”.