- published: 18 Feb 2017
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Compilation of Offshore Radio Tunes & Tracks A small selection of my 900+ collection ... The used footage is owned by several people, and has been edited by Me and are only being used as an inquiry to the viewer. Enjoy ! Compilatie van Offshore Radio Tunes & Tracks Een selectie uit mijn verzameling van 900+ zeezender tunes Aangevuld met een aantal bijbehorende video beelden Enjoy ! edit video footage and music score by : http://philippederluyn.com/
CDs of original broadcasts are available here: http://www.nostalgiastore.co.uk/?,80 A look at some of the original Offshore Pirate Radio Stations that broadcast off the British coast during the sixties. The most well known two were Radio Carolie and Radio London - but there were quite a few others. This video highlights 9 such stations - CDs of original broadcasts are available on our website here: http://www.nostalgiastore.co.uk/?offs...
Memories of some of europes offshore/pirate radio stations from the past
end offshore radio in the North Sea, confiscation radio caroline , einde van offshore radio op de Noordzee
From the album - Fugitive Atmospheres iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/fugitive-atmospheres/id633599102 http://www.darkhorsesmusic.com https://www.facebook.com/darkhorsesmusic?ref=ts https://twitter.com/darkhorsesmusic http://lastgangentertainment.com/records
Offshore Pirate Radio king broadcast from the Red Sands Fort in the Thames Estuary from March 1965 to September 1965 on 236 metres medium wave. More Radio KING is available here: http://www.nostalgiastore.co.uk/?345,pirate-radio-king-1965-(mp3-cd)-60s-offshore-pirate-radio and here: http://www.offshorepirateradio.co.uk/?en_radio-king,38
Een dubbelaar van deze versie en geweldig om die singletjes van toen nu nog te hebben. Het waren toen zulke mooie dingen als herinnering van de zenders die erop staan. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
Offshore Pirate Radio Invicta broadcast from the Red Sands Fort in the Thames estuary from July 1964 to February 1965 on 306 metres medium wave. More Radio Invicta recordings available here: http://www.nostalgiastore.co.uk/?728,pirate-radio-invicta-(mp3-cd)-60s-offshore-pirate-radio-broadcast and here: http://www.offshorepirateradio.co.uk/?en_radio-invicta,33
This week another video which has been posted on YT before, but this time in one clip of about 30 minutes, and in a fairly good picture quality. Aired on the 24th of April 1977, a report by Janet Street Porter for LWT, about the start of the Offshore radio stations in the UK. In part two a visit to Radio Caroline on the MV. Mi Amigo. This tape also comes from the archive vaults of Martin van der Ven.
Offshore Pirate Radio 390 broadcast from the Red Sands Fort in the Thames Estuary from September 1965 to July 1967 on 388 metres medium wave. More Pirate Radio 390 available here: http://www.nostalgiastore.co.uk/?uk-offshore-pirates,156 and here: http://www.offshorepirateradio.co.uk/?en_radio-390,28
Offshore Radio 1584 broadcast during August 1992 after the Caroline Movement was granted the first Restricted Service Licence, by the then DTI, to broadcast a music radio station from a vessel "anchored not more than a mile" off the UK coast. The location of was off Walton on The Naze, Essex. The CM also ran a Convention in the Naze Mariner to coincide with the broadcasts. These events marked the 25 years that had passed since the Marine etc Broadcasting Act was enacted on 14 August 1967 and had brought an end to offshore broadcasting in the UK (except for Radio Caroline that has endured, in its many guises, to the present day, albeit now landbased and on satellite and internet - the ship itself still lives on too). Offshore Radio 1584 - 'Sounding Fine on 189' was only allowed to run for 2...
Offshore by Simon Passmore was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 29 January 2008 Story: Thriller - As Chris and Sam cruise out of Poole Harbour in a borrowed luxury motor yacht, they are looking forward to a trip across to France for dinner and returning the following day. But their idyllic weekend turns into a nightmare. Starring Nadine Marshall.
Just a small sample selection of 1960's Offshore Pirate Radio Stations on CD. Original transmitted programs from the sixties of Radio Caroline, Radio London, Britain Radio, Radio 270, Radio King, Radio Sutch, Radio City for more details visit: www.OffshorePirateRadio.co.uk or www.NostalgiaStore.co.uk