‘THE 270 SET’ is a Special Exhibition to mark the 50th anniversary of the station’s launch in June 1966 and contains memorabilia, photographs and a chance to hear some of the many programmes enjoyed by its listeners,
Come on in and discover some examples of long forgotten publicity items!
To mark the 50th anniversary of the launch of this unique offshore radio station in September 1965.
This Special Exhibition has additional material and a chance to experience the programming style of Britain’s ‘Sweet Music’ success.
This Special Exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of the station’s launch in 1965 contains memorabilia, photographs and a chance to hear some of the programmes its listeners enjoyed more than 50 years ago.
Click to hear the Cash Casino introduction with Bill Hearne
Caroline Cash Casino was launched in October 1966 and was without doubt the most successful competition broadcast by any offshore radio station .
This Exhibition explores the concept of Caroline Cash Casino and the people responsible for the most successful offshore radio competition ever.
Visit the Home of the Young New Zealanders !
Radio Hauraki was the only offshore radio station broadcasting to New Zealand and the only offshore radio station to achieve what others dreamt of - to sail in from international waters and be granted a licence to broadcast from land.
This Special Exhibition looks at the beginning of Radio Hauraki as an offshore radio station and the people behind its launch.
This Special Exhibition to mark the 50th Anniversary of the introduction of the Marine Offences Act in August 1967 charts, amongst other things, its passage through Parliament, the constitutional crisis it raised with the Isle of Man Government, the supporters groups which were formed to oppose it and amendments which have considerably strengthened the original legislation.
SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS GALLERY
From time to time the Museum mounts a Special Exhibition - often to mark a significant anniversary or to explore a particular aspect of offshore radio history.
These Special Exhibitions often contain additional or previously un-used documents or recordings which are not available in the individual Galleries elsewhere in the Museum.
Please click on any of the posters below to visit the Special Exhibitions.
More publicity nostalgia - this time from offshore stations broadcasting in the 1970’s !!
In the early morning of Sunday 3rd March 1968 both Radio Caroline ships - MV Caroline (Caroline North) and MV Mi Amigo (Caroline South) were seized in international waters in a coordinated operation by the Wijsmuller Tug Company following a dispute about unpaid debts.
This Special Exhibition contains a slideshow of photographs marking 50 years since the ships were silenced and the first phase of Radio Caroline’s history came to an abrupt halt.