Former Radio London DJ, Mike Lennox, has died +++++ Radio legend A J Beirens has died ++++RADIO CAROLINE FOUNDER RONAN O'RAHILLY HAS DIED +++++++ full details of all stories visit the Museum News Room - click on the link below +++++++++

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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

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To mark the 50th Anniversary of the start of official broadcasts from Capital Radio we have added some archive material to the Treasure Chest pages, including the now rare booklet produced for the launch of the station.

We have also added some information about the sponsored show Call in at Currys - first broadcast on Radio London and later networked on many British offshore stations.

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