RNI theme composer Les Reed has died ++++++ Former Radio Caroline North DJ, Bob Stewart, has died ++++++ Plan to take former Radio Veronica ship back to sea +++++ Former Radio 270 newsreader and DJ, Jeff Jones, has died +++++++ For full details of all stories visit the Museum News Room - click on the link below +++++++++

The Offshore Radio Museum is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to

Welcome to the Offshore Radio Museum

The ‘virtual museum’ where you’re never more than a click away from great memories!!!!

The only museum devoted to recording and preserving the world-wide history of offshore radio and television broadcasting.

Imagine standing on a Quayside, ahead of you is a restored warehouse with the sign OFFSHORE RADIO MUSEUM.

 Inside this ‘virtual’ museum is the history of offshore radio and TV broadcasting - with a memory on every page!!

So come inside and explore for yourself ………

To begin your visit click on the picture below and navigate through the floors and galleries as you would in a physical building


© C83 Design

About the Museum

Finding your way

Work in progress


About the Museum Finding Your Way Work in progress Links

Contact us

Contact us


What’s On What's On 2019

If you come across a link or picture enlargement that is broken please let us know at


This month we have two new photographic slide shows -

First a series of Britiah Home Office surveillance photos of the Radio Caroline ship, Mi Amigo, taken in April 1978

(Thanks to our friends at Felixstowe and Offshore Radio for allowing us to use these photos.)

Secondly some photos of the Thames Estuary Army Forts under construction in the early 1940’s

(Thnks to our friends at Project Redsand for allowing us to use these photos)

Enjoy your visit!

What’s New

©   2014-2019 Offshore Radio Museum

Home Ground Basement Floor 1 Floor 2