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end offshore radio in the North Sea, confiscation radio caroline , einde van offshore radio op de Noordzee
[TAPE G250-S1] Radio Caroline 819khz [Air Checked] Sunday 7th October 1990 at Noon Caroline Martin Ricky Jones News Viewpoint missing REM ~ One I love 8th: Don't come round here ~ Tom Petty Ricky Jones News 22;03 (LA) open Rubettes Ricky Jones 9th: Al Stewert ~ Radio 22;00 open Rico Cure ~ Never Enough Hendrix Miricles Fin 23;50 [TAPE G250-S2] 9th October 1990 23;54 Tony Kirk inc C.Martin Weather Recorded in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Music copyright remains with current holders.
This week another video which has been posted on YT before, but this time in one clip of about 30 minutes, and in a fairly good picture quality. Aired on the 24th of April 1977, a report by Janet Street Porter for LWT, about the start of the Offshore radio stations in the UK. In part two a visit to Radio Caroline on the MV. Mi Amigo. This tape also comes from the archive vaults of Martin van der Ven.
Subscribe to keep up to date with the latest videos from DMC: http://po.st/DMCWorld THE BIRTH OF THE 60’s PIRATE SHIPS (Part 1) The 6th episode in our series The History of DJ arrives at the PIRATE RADIO period in the ‘Swinging 60’s.’ Featuring Ronan O’Rahilly’s famous Radio Caroline. The whole episode was because Ronan couldn’t get Georgie Fame’s new record played on either the BBC Light Programme or Radio Luxembourg. Alan Crawford an Australian music publisher was already planning to launch his Mia Migo Ship to be named Radio Atlanta but the Radio Caroline ship, Fredericia, beat him to the high seas. With the first voice of Christopher Moore the station’s Programme Director and Simon Dee established as their first dee-jay broadcaster, the ship became the first of a flotilla of pirate ...
Where were you on the 31st of August 1974? I know where I was. Together with lots of people on a few boats next to the Norderney. Later on we went over to the Mebo II. Earlier that year we visited the Mi Amigo before she set sail to the UK. Thanks to Dick de Graaf for sharing these super 8 films.
Trip to the Ross Revenge Radio Caroline/Monique 1987. Filmed and © by Jan Veldkamp. Edit: Alex van den Hoek. Trip to the Ross Revenge with DJ Jan Veldkamp in April 1987. Also an impression of the Dutch service of Radio Monique with Erwin van der Bliek. See also part 2
Vanaf vanavond 6 juni 19.00 uur op de Norderney 192 Videostream. Een nieuwe 30 minuten aflevering van de Offshore Radio Files, nummer 3, over het einde van de Britse offshore zenders. Met materiaal uit het archief van Martin en Hans. Natuurlijk ook met clips uit die tijd. Ook de Offshore Radio Files afleveringen over Radio Scotland en Radio Nord komen nog regelmatig voorbij in de streamprogrammering Offshore Radio Files is een programma van Jan Hariot.