Yes their chucking these things out at £1 so I thought it had to be worth it for a quid,
after cracking it open i was supprised to find an FM/AM chip inside controlled by a 2 wire interface, I will probe it tonight but im guessing (hoping) it might be i2c, better still, the chip is already on a daughterboard, and they labelled the pinout, how thoughtful of them
I've established the radio chip is at address 0x80
Now to play
It Seems i may have made an error, according to the datasheet the i2c address is 0x80 not 0x40 and the annaliser show's , maybe i set the sample rate wrong
Not really, i've had alot of family commitments and been unable to tinker with it, but tonight i did buy another radio because the chip on the first one was covered in silicon gunk, this one isn't.