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Saturday 12th - Tuesday 15th August 2017

Manx Radio MOA Programmes

From Saturday 12th to Tuesday 15th August, Manx Radio will be marking the anniversary of the introduction of the MOA with a series of special programmes, entitled “When Pirates Waved the Rules.”

The popular Saturday morning programme "Carnaby Street", will be broadcast live from Radio Caroline's radio ship the M.V Ross Revenge on Saturday 12th August from 08:30am, with live updates over the weekend from the ship plus coverage of the Radio Caroline party in Clacton-upon-Sea on Sunday 14th.

This memorable weekend will also see Radio Caroline North and South broadcasting together for the first time since 1968.

On Monday 14th August Manx Radio will present a documentary which has sat in its archive for twenty seven years, in which audiences will hear the full story of events from 1964 to 1993, presented by Radio Caroline station manager Peter Moore and former Radio Caroline presenter Johnny Reece.

Some will recall either listening or visiting the M.V Fredericia during it's time in Ramsey Bay, but may not be aware of the whole story of "the first and the last" of the pirates and “When Pirates Waved the Rules” will bring that story back to life for those who look back at that time with fond memories.

Extensive coverage will be available at www.manxradio.com and on social media via the Manx Radio Facebook page, YouTube channel and Twitter feed.

"When Pirates Waved The Rules" is available to listen live, on AM1368 for the Isle of Man, England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales and worldwide online by downloading the Manx Radio apps, or online at www.manxradio.com