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Artsnight - Trevor Baylis - Netflix
Trevor Graham Baylis (13 May 1937 – 5 March 2018) was an English inventor best known for the wind-up radio. The radio, instead of relying on batteries or external electrical source, is powered by the user winding a crank. This stores energy in a spring which then drives an electrical generator. Baylis invented it in response to the need to communicate information about AIDS to the people of Africa. He ran a company in his name dedicated to helping inventors to develop and protect their ideas and to find a route to market.
Artsnight - Personal life - Netflix
For many years, Baylis lived on Eel Pie Island on the river Thames. He regularly attended jazz performances at the Eel Pie Island Hotel. He was single and was well known for being a pipe-smoker. In March 2010, Baylis stated that he was sexually abused at age 5 by a Church of England curate. This was also covered in his 1999 autobiography, Clock This. He died on 5 March 2018, at the age of 80, having been debilitated by Crohn's disease.
Artsnight - References - Netflix