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Anthony, in his real life was a professional radio presenter/producer for 23 years in the UK working freelance for both the BBC and commercial radio. He’s now effectively retired, living on disability benefits, and wants to produce a radio station that is enjoyed and available to anyone, including in Second Life, from sim owners and shopping mall owners to residents of Second Life who wish to program it into their in-world radio receivers or land settings, or listen on the hoof in-world (or in real-life) via their tablets, their PC’s, their Internet Radio’s or their, mobile phones.

The radio station provides Anthony with ‘mindfulness’, and activity to stimulate engagement with people, provide routine, enhance his mental therapy and feeds his desire to be of service to the public.

URLS: >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

The stream can be heard directly with this url:

It can be heard from the website where there are numerous listening options.

The web address for the KLR website is

The public Facebook page is at

Contacting Anthony/KLR: >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

I.M. [ anthonylovett resident] in world in Second Life.


Contact form:   Here

For Facebook members, Anthony can be found at This is a ‘friends only’ private account. Please request friendship to join it.

More info: >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Please tell people about KLR, and about what Tony is aiming to achieve. Give them the URL of the stream and ask them to try it on their sim, in their store, in their home. In addition, they can listen at any time in real-life, in their web browser or on their mobile phone.

Finally, we like to hear from people with their reception reports. Where did you listen? What did you think of it? What suggestions do you have for it? Suggest some songs for it.

Thank you for reading through this notecard, and if you joined the KLR group in Second Life, welcome VIP member. Good to have you on board.


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