Brian Maley from Whitstable in Kent has been collecting radios since he was a youngster. He bought his first radio for five shillings from an old radio shop in the seaside town. The oldest item is a 1930's Decca radiogram.
Brian also has an old Bush television which was made in 1953 so that people could watch the Queen's Coronation.
Now, with the aid of a set top box and a quick bit of tuning, it's entered the digital age.
It proves that people don't necessarily need to throw out their old TV's when digital switchover comes.