The interim No.2 in 'It's Your Funeral' has a small transistor radio transmitter in an arm of his spectacles, which he uses to communicate with No.100 at the time of the Appreciation Day ceremony.
It's a good prop and very professional looking. But then look what I found one day when I was trawling the Web. This vintage Anscott portable 3 AM radio transmitter of the 1950's, made in Japan.
And via the link
scroll down a few pictures to see the same item.
So perhaps the glasses containing the radio transmitter as worn by Derren Nesbitt as the interim No.2 was based on these glasses.
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