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Friday 11th - Monday 14th August 2017


The RADIO SHIP will be broadcasting special programmes under the umbrella title  ‘No Man Will Ever Forget’ from Friday 11th- Monday 14th August 2017.

Times are all UK Times; the event will be broadcast on The RADIO SHIPs 64 kbts stream only. The 192 kbts stream will carry The RADIO SHIPS normal output.

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Schedule

Friday 11th August.

18-00 Mark Stafford - Please Don't Take them Away. The story of the  British Offshore Radio boom of the mid-sixties.

21-00 Radio Caroline: Jerry Leighton, Tony Prince, Don Allen and Roger Day just days before the Marine Offences Broadcasting Act became law.

 

Saturday 12th August.

Midnight:  Radio London: John Peel's Final Perfumed Garden.

03-00  Mark Stafford - Please Don't Take them Away. The story of the British Offshore Radio boom of the mid-sixties.

06-00  Radio Caroline: Jerry Leighton, Tony Prince, Don Allen and Roger Day just days before the Marine Offences Broadcasting Act  became law.

09-00  Radio London: Mark Roman Final Roman Empire.

12-00  Mark Stafford - Please Don't Take them Away. The story of the British Offshore Radio boom of the mid-sixties.

Radio 270 says goodbye.

15-00  Radio 270: Phil Hayton and Ross Randell.

18-00  Radio 270: Paul Burnett, Paul Kramer and Phil Hayton.

21-00  Radio 270: The Final Three Hours with Ross Randell  and Rusty Allen.

 

Sunday 13th August.

Radio 270 says goodbye.

Midnight: Radio 270: Phil Hayton and Ross Randell.

03-00  Radio 270: Paul Burnett, Paul Kramer and Phil Hayton.

06-00  Radio 270 The Final Three Hours with Ross Randell and Rusty Allen.

Radio Caroline North. August 14th 1967. The final day for many DJ's

09-00 Caroline North: Dave Lee Travis in for Don Allen.

12-00 Caroline North: Jerry King's Final Show.

15-00 Caroline North: Dave Lee Travis's Final Show.

18-00 Radio London: John Peel's Final Perfumed Garden.


Radio Scotland says goodbye.

21-00 Radio Scotland's Final Three Hours.


Monday 14th August

Midnight: Mark Stafford - Please Don't Take them Away. The story of  the British Offshore Radio boom of the mid-sixties.       

03-00 Radio Scotland's Final Three Hours.


Radio London's final day.

06-00 Radio London: Chuck Blair's Final Breakfast Show.

09-00 Radio London: Pete Drummond's Final Show.

12-00 Radio London: Ed Stewart’s Final Show.

13-30 Radio London: Final Juicy Fruit Show.

14-00 Radio London's Final Hour. With Ed Stewart and Paul  Kaye.              

15-00 Caroline South: Caroline welcomes Radio London's listeners.

16-00 Britain Radio: The Final Two Hours. With Tony Windsor.

18-00 Mark Stafford - Please Don't Take them Away. The story of the British Offshore Radio boom of the mid-sixties.       

21-00 Caroline South: Johnnie Walker. The Run Up To Midnight.  August 14th 1967.

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