Chrissy Brand

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Gender Female
Industry Publishing
Occupation Writer
Location Manchester, United Kingdom
Introduction All views here at DX International are Chrissy's and not necessarily those of any organisations she is associated with. ////This blog contains a selection of Chrissy's articles, mostly those published in Radio User, plus her views on radio. She writes the monthly columns 'Radio Websites' and ' Long, Medium and Shortwave Broadcast Matters:'. Other of her articles published in 'Radio Active', 'Radio User', 'Satellite and Digital Choice' (all UK) and 'Monitoring Times' (US) can be found elsewhere in the radio blog. //////// Chrissy is also the general editor of the BDXC British DX Club monthly journal 'Communication'. She's co-author of 'Wembley: Stadium of Legends', Tomsett & Brand, Dewi Lewis Media, 2007. Chrissy also blogs at "Mancunian Wave-glimpses of Greater Manchester": You can email her
Interests Radio, fashion, music, writing, vegetarianism
Favorite Movies The Trial (Kafka, Orson Welles), Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (and other Jacques Tati), Glorie de mon pere, Château de ma mère, Brazil, Betty Blue, Subway, Amelie, Killing Fields, Koyaanisqatsi, La Cabina (Telephone box), Goodbye to Lenin, Being John Malkovitch, Sideways, A Matter of Life and Death(David Niven), Planes Trains and Automobiles...
Favorite Music Air, Zero 7, The Egg, Monsieur Eno, Pink Floyd, Flunk and other mellowness mostly. The Brilliant Green, Esthero, The Aluminium Group, Sarah Blasko, Aimee Mann, Flunk, Heroines of the USSR, Ambient auras...Lamb Lies Down on Broadway... Check out new DAB station theJazz, and long running Chill too.
Favorite Books George Perec, Stanislaw Lem, Garrison Keillor, Kafka, Margaret Attwood, Candace Bushnell, Jasper Fforde, Malcolm Pryce, Doestovesky, and many others that I must go and think about. And watch out soon for my new book 'Wembley - Stadium of legends' by Tomsett and Brand, Dewi Lewis Media, March 2007. Ripping yarns of Watkins and Elvin, Olympiads, music and much more.