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Philip Bendall - Radio Jackie and Radio Concord

This is the podcast where we talk to some of the people who helped shape the radio landscape of the UK back in the 1970’s and 80’s by fracturing the occasional law and...

Tony Randall-Radio Jackie, Sun Radio and RFL

This episode we talk to Tony Randall. He cut his pirate teeth with Radio Jackie and and went on to be involved with numerus stations and he had a few brushes with the ...

Claire and Dave from Rock FM/RFM

Episode 11 finds us talking to Clair and Dave from London pirate, Rock FM. They came up with the idea of RFM in the pub, so it seems appropriate that we chat to them w...

Bert Bridges- Radio Argus

Bert Bridges tell us how he got into pirate radio because of some builders from Cornwall while living in a bedsit in Ilford and being busted well after the broadcast. ...

Danny Dipole - Radios, Titanic, RIP, Comsat, Phoenix and Shoestring.

In this episode I talk to Danny Goldman (Dipole) about his journey from East London FM pirate Radio Titanic to legal radio in Switzerland presenting his shows in Germa...

Luke The Duke - Radio City

This time I'm chatting to Luke The Duke, one of the leading lights from North West London Rock'n'Roll pirate, Radio City. He also talks about his involvement with othe...

Gary Drew- Melody FM and Soul FM

This episode we are in conversation with Gary Drew. His love for soul music and pirate radio encouraged him and some friends to set up East London soul station Melody ...

Colin Noble-Alice's Restaurant

In episode 6 we chat to Colin Noble, presenter from London rock radio station Alice's Restaurant. He tells us how he went from rock fan and listener to presenter on th...

Ivor Herdson- RFL and Skyline Radio

In this episode I chat with Ivor Herdson (Mark Ashton) from RFL 92FM, County Radio and Skyline Radio about how he got involved in pirate radio in the first place and ...

Steve Leyland

Known to the listeners of Merseyside and the North West of England as Steve West, we hear about his time on Radio Jackie North, MAR and many other stations, he tells u...

Steve Marshall

He was a listener, then helper, then presenter on London soul station Radio Invicta, after which he joined The Voice of Peace somewhere in the Mediterranean and then e...

Nick Catford

In this episode I talk to Land-Based Pirate Radio legend and founder of Radio Jackie, Nick Catford, (or Michael Knight if you prefer). We chat about the early days, th...

Pyers Easton

In this first episode we hear from the man who was the transmitter engineer for many pirate radio stations in the 1970's and 80's. Pyers Easton was the technical wizar...

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