Saturday, January 10, 2009

Sat Jan 10

3905: ROZ playing Phil Collins "Groovy Kind of Love" @ 1910. Weak-fair signal not helped by local QRM. SINPO 23332.

3910: Skyline International Radio heard @ 1430 playing oldies. Fair signal. SINPO 34333.

5800: Radio Playback Int with an American radio show @ 0900. SINPO 34333.

6210: Time Radio heard @ 1040 with ID, playing Queen. SINPO 34333.

6215: Radio King SW (tent) with oldies @ 0910. SINPO 24332.

6220: Delta Radio with pop @ 1930. Fair-good signal. Brief ID heard, off at 1942. SINPO 34333.

6260: Radio Altrex playing 60s music @ 0905. Fair signal but occasional bursts of utility QRM. SINPO 33333.

6290: SW Cowboys with schlager @ 0945, occasional utility QRM. SINPO 33433.

6305: Delta Radio playing "In the Year 2525" @ 1325, jingle IDs. SINPO 44433.

6310: Radio Condor with dance music @ 1000, good signal. SINPO 44433.

6310: Studio 52 playing The Sweet "Fox on the Run" @ 1355, splash from 6305. SINPO 33433.

6317: Radio Blue Boy (tent) with schlager @ 1030. Weak-fair signal. SINPO 24332.

6325: Radio Lowland playing The Killers "Human" @ 1350 before signing off. SINPO 33433.

6326: Studio 52 heard @ 1445 playing oldies, IDs and giving out contact information. SINPO 34433.

6376: Radio Dutchwing playing "Spirit in the Sky" @ 1330, followed by IDs. SINPO 44433.

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Anonymous said...

Calling all Radio Pirates!!
category bristol | media and culture | event notice author Thursday January 08, 2009 15:19author by Bristol Wireless - Bristol Wirelessauthor email info at bristolwireless dot netauthor address St Werburgh's Centre Community Centre, Horley Road, BRISTOL BS2 9TJauthor phone 0117 325 0067 Report this post to the editors

Pirate Radio Talk!

Bristol Wireless will be hosting a fascinating talk on UK Pirate Radio in the 1960's and 70's on Wednesday 14th Jan at 8pm in The Zoo Bar, St Werburghs Community Centre.

Our Treasurer will be talking of how and why the pirate stations came about, their fascinating and ongoing conflict with the UK government and the draconian measures the government eventually took to get the North Sea broadcasters off the air once and for all.

The talk will feature original sounds from many of the pirate stations and stunning images from the North Sea. The talk will cover the ships, the transmitters, the music, the people - and unfortunately, the authorities.

Some curiosities and intrigue will also be revealed, such as why the pirate radio story really starts in 1660, how the UK government can still "legally" pursue its citizens anywhere in the world and what the link is between the radio pirates and the Lockerbie bombing of Pan-Am Flight 103 and more ....

The Bristol Wireless bar will be open on the evening for your refreshment with all proceeds going to the Bristol Wireless project. The talk will last for one hour with plenty of time for questions and answers afterwards.

The Zoo Bar (Room 3)
St Werburghs Community Centre
Horley Road, St Werburghs
Wednesday 14th Jan 8-9pm
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