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  1. Another upload from Keith Perron of PCJ Radio International. This edition of Happy Station was broadcast live from the American Hotel Amsterdam on September 10, 1978. It features the Harbor Jazz Band and Dutch singer Greetje Kauffeld. The hotel is located in the square of Leidsplein. https://www.patreon.com/posts/14826388
  2. In 1976 Radio Nederland hosted the 10th European DX Council conference in Hilversum which I attended. On Sunday morning there was a live Happy Station show to Europe in Studio 11 for those attending and others, repeated later to other parts of the world, hosted by Tom Meijer. The studio master has now been uploaded by Keith Perron of PCJ Radio International. https://www.patreon.com/posts/14370080
  3. Bob talks about his career in radio, particularly when he was on the Mi Amigo, and later voiceovers as well as how and why he launched the Radio Caroline AM campaign and his book The Last Adventure for Boys based on his time on the Mi Amigo available at Amazon. https://pixeldra.in/u/1ffVKg The Last Great Adventure For Boys https://www.amazon.co.uk/Last-Great-Adventure-Boys/dp/0992988608/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1502200653&sr=8-1&keywords=last+adventure+for+boys
  4. Woofferton shortwave transmitting station

    This video is an edit from this series of 13 which lasts 77 minutes. https://www.youtube.com/user/wooffertonuk/videos
  5. Eddy Startz en The Happy Station

    Recently published article including extracts from 1937 and 1938 programmes. https://beeldengeluid.atavist.com/happystation
  6. Stuart Vincent was interviewed live on Robbie Owen's Juke Box Drive In Show on NNBC Northampton 25/06/17 The show is three hours long, Stuart's 2 hour interview, together with his choice of music, starts at 59:40 with his first music selection followed by Stuart talking about his time on the Voice of Peace, Caroline, Laser 558 and Radio Nova. https://pixeldra.in/u/v2ORr8 Stuart has recently published a book, Live from the North Sea and other places available as an ebook, paperback or hardback, details here http://www.lulu.com/shop/stuart-vincent/live-from-the-north-sea-and-other-places/paperback/product-23173008.html The book includes Stuart's account of his involvement in the MV Nannell project.
  7. 2012 interview. https://archive.org/details/PaulPetersMeetsBobGrahamOf60sPirateStationRadioInvictaRec.Spring2012
  8. Keep in touch with the Dutch ': Symposium marking the ninetieth anniversary of international radio broadcasting in the Netherlands, 1927-2017. June 1 2017, 1400-1800, Doelenzaal Singel 425, Amsterdam, Netherlands On 1 June 1927 Queen Wilhelmina Officially inaugurated international radio broadcasting from the Netherlands with a speech to listeners in the Dutch colonies. This transmission Attracted attention from all over the world as it was one of the first times that sound had been TRANSMITTED via radio waves across Such a distance. In the decades That followed Dutch radio makers continued to play a pioneering role in international broadcasting, experimenting with new technologies and programming formats. This symposium AIMS to highlight several at themes from this rich history and explore source materials in order to think about a research agenda in this field and new broadcasting techniques in the digital age. Full program and details at https://www.historici.nl/agenda/keep-touch-dutch-symposium-marking-ninetieth-anniversary-international-radio-broadcasting
  9. Edited ash for some reason my post appeared twice. Maybe what we in the UK call a senior moment on my part
  10. Dutch Institute for Sound and Vision HAS uploaded three videos on the birth of radio broadcasting.
  11. BBC Radio York documentary on Radio 270 featuring interviews with Don Robinson and Roger Gale recorded in 1996 for the stations 30th anniversary Mike Hayes and Wilf Proudfoot recorded in 2006 for the stations 40th anniversary Paul Burnett, Guy Hamilton and Pamela Johnson recorded in 2016 for the stations 50th anniversary. http://www94.zippyshare.com/v/ljeNsxsl/file.html
  12. A Life on the Radio Waves is a long interview with Andy Gemmel Smith (Andy Anderson) in the Feburary 1982 issue of Studio Sound, pages 60 to 62. Detailed account of Andy's time as a DJ and engineer on Radio Atlantis, he was there throughout it's time on the air from the Janeine. A pdf of the magazine can be downloaded from the link below courtesy of the excellent americanradiohistory dot com site which has thousands of radio related magazines similarly available. http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-Studio-Sound/80s/Studio-Sound-1982-02.pdf
  13. Uploaded earlier this month by TennRadioHOF: "This is the audio from the historic first ever satellite broadcast of the WSM Grand Ole Opry in 1980. The show was sent to and broadcast from 208 Radio Luxembourg, hosted by Bob Stewart. This two hour matinee show aired in the evening in Europe, Northern Africa, and Scandinavia. Most of the 1980 Opry stars make an appearance, along with Boxcar Willie." Two hours long, starts with announcements by Bob Stewart who then hands over to regular Opry announcer Grant Taylor.
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