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Radio DJs needed particularly strong stomachs to deal with the squishy messages of love they had to play.

Transcript:

Mr Bugg stands with an old-fashioned microphone-with-antennae in his hand, hearts pouring from his head. In the background stands a huge radio tower, also with antennae of course, broadcasting to the radio sitting next to Mrs Bugg. It is spewing hearts and musical notes, while Mrs Bugg clasps her hands in delight.

The text reads: “Buggly 2, 1897: Buggtalien scientist Bugliemo Buggsconi receives a patent for the Bugdio. Buggs can now request mash notes be played over long distances.”