Welcome to m0esb
UK Amateur Radio Station

“In Radio, you have two tools. Sound and silence” – Ira Glass

Amateur radio is a popular technical hobby and volunteer public service that uses designated radio frequencies for the non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, and emergency communications

‘Balders’

Welcome to my website. My name is Dave Baldwin also known to friends and family as “Balders”. I live on the eastern outskirts of the city of Leicester in Leicestershire, England. My Locator is IO92LP. Previously and up until 2017 I lived on the outskirts of London where my Locator was IO91TO

What to expect

Please have a look through my site to find out more about me, my interests, my location, hobbies and any ongoing projects. Not everything on here is radio related, there are a lot more people out there who have a far more specialist knowledge than me. This website gives you an insight into the person behind the callsign and I hope this platform can achieve that.

What is going on

ITV’s the Chase – and me - I was asked to appear on ITV’s the Chase back in 2015. The video shows the final Chase, so you don’t have to put up with me for too long. Shaun Wallace was the chaser. https://youtu.be/PWvbzYRlE9I After the Chase we met up again. Shaun demonstrates a hard exterior on television, however he truly is one of the most genuine guys you could possibly meet. Me with Shaun Wallace after filming our episode of The Chase… ... Read more ITV’s the Chase – and me
Posthumous recognition for Snowy - This is going to be the first of a couple of posts related to this subject. I’m going to give some back ground to an incident that occurred within our family, and to the strange set of circumstances that occurred that led us to apply for a posthumous award that is the Elizabeth cross. The man I was named after, my uncle David was a serving member of the Royal Marines 45 Commando at the… ... Read more Posthumous recognition for Snowy


Social feeds

Little video courtesy of #strava and #relive of our walk up Mount Snowdon in 2019. Started off in lovely sunshine only to be caught in a raving snowstorm on the approach to the top. Scary and exhilarating in equal… https://t.co/6AFhQ09NfF

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