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Old 25th Aug 2017, 1:18 pm   #101
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Default Re: Radio Caroline to return on Medium Wave.

The radio transmission ought to be from the ship!!! A bit like taking a shower with yer mack on otherwise.

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Old 25th Aug 2017, 2:33 pm   #102
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Default Re: Radio Caroline to return on Medium Wave.

Best ask Ofcom about that!
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Old 16th Sep 2017, 11:04 am   #103
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Hi. I attended the event for Radio Caroline and the commemorative stone unveiling on September 9th in Felixstowe, Suffolk. It was a really interesting day which portrayed a "feel-good" factor to it. There was a record and c.d sale, Caroline merchandise and a vintage radio display (various models). There was a Bush VHF64 radio in the entrance (lovely condition!) that played Caroline jingles and music. Also I took a photograph of the commemorative stone, so if people are interested I will upload it on this site?
The event made a good excuse for a holiday and to visit where I once lived between Framlingham & Saxmundham betweenn 1962 & 1967.
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I forget when it was announced that the station would start transmissions again, but it would be soon. Also the event was interesting as I met people with enthusiasm for vintage radio as well as broadcasting. One guy used to work for a vintage radio repair shop in Spring Road, Ipswich (Adams Audio), now long closed.
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