The Sunday Express reports: "Entrepreneur Ray Anderson has opened his “Anarchy on the Airwaves” exhibition within sight of where the Radio Caroline pirate ship Mi Amigo was moored off the Essex coast to begin broadcasting in March 1964.
"At his Clacton seafront museum, he said: “The pop pirates like Caroline, Radio London and Radio City attracted 25 million listeners and turned British broadcasting on its head.
“It’s a rich, exciting story that involved millionaires, pop stars, shipwrecks, sieges, government jamming, fire-bombings and even murder allegations."
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