If you want to learn how to play a classic British radio show, you’re in luck.
There’s a video on YouTube that shows how to get the song to play over the airwaves, even if you don’t have a radio.
This is not the first time Lego has used Lego as a vehicle for a radio station.
Lego’s Radio Lego, for instance, featured a Lego radio station station in the 1970s, a series of Lego radio stations that were set up to promote the toy and its related merchandise.
Lego Radio Lego 2, which also included a radio set, debuted in 1994.
Lego also used Radio Lego in the early 1990s to promote its own toys.
Lego has also used Lego Radio to promote other products, including the Lego Fire, the Lego Airplane, the LEGO Powerglove, the The Lego City Undercover, the Miniature Golf Ball, and the LEGO Minifigure Collection.
The radio station has also been used to promote Lego figurines, like the Lego Lego Movie, Lego The Hobbit, and Lego Friends.