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Articles about Radio Caroline

The day the music died

Published 14 August 2021

Remembering the end of Big L

Pops and pirates

Published 23 July 2021

Granada’s World in Action looks at the victims of the off-shore radio boom: the recording artists who drove it

Caroline rises from a watery grave

Published 17 February 2021

Is Radio Caroline coming back in 1970, in television form?

Boarders repelled – says Caroline

Published 27 January 2021

Radio Caroline’s first brush with the law a little over a month after it launched

One for the Christmas list

Published 13 November 2020

Across the Waves: From Radio Caroline to Classic FM, by Nick Bailey

Coming your way soon – the voice of Radio Homespun

Published 14 January 2019

The government has promised to vanquish the pirates and then introduce local radio across the UK. But what will the new stations sound like? The Daily Express in 1966 listens in to Manx Radio to find out

Milestones

Published 6 October 2018

Pete Singleton remembers his personal 1964

1964 and all that

Published 6 September 2018

A personal look back at 1964 from David Heathcote

Think again!

Published 3 April 2018

The Daily Express is outraged in 1966 when the government announces there will be no colour on BBC-1 and ITV

Pirate radios: the storm is about to break

Published 2 April 2018

It’s 1966 and the net is drawing in on the off-shore radio stations around Britain…

The ABC of Simon Dee

Published 1 February 2018

Part 1: Simon Dee talks about his upbringing in this interview from 1970

The pirate king steps ashore to find his family out on the street

Published 1 February 2018

Part 2: Simon Dee talks about losing his Radio Caroline job in this interview from 1970

How I ‘died the death’ in Manchester and was saved by one man’s faith

Published 1 February 2018

Part 3: Simon Dee talks about Dee Time in this interview from 1970

► Goodbye Radio Caroline… hello Radio Caroline International

Published 14 August 2017

Radio Caroline chooses not to sink in the face of the Marine Offences Act

Kenny the kidder

Published 3 September 2015

Probably the greatest maker of radio Britain ever created… especially when the devil got into him

When the Airwaves Sang…

Published 1 July 2007

Nigel Stapley hits the SW Bands

A member of the Transdiffusion Broadcasting System
Liverpool, Friday 24 September 2021