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THE "UNOFFICIAL" DVD

This DVD features the 60’s most successful Offshore Radio Station:- Radio London, and is about 30mins long. The silent version of this film—on VHS Tape, was discovered in a suitcase many years ago.

The movie, presumably, originally filmed on Cine 8, has been digitally cleaned, and has had a number of photographs, narration and authentic 60’s music soundtrack added.

The film was taken around 1966, and you will see tender arrivals and departures, shots in the studio, DJ’s on deck, and an insight into what life was like at sea on board the Radio Ship—Galaxy.

You’ll also see a short clip of the Cheeta 2, the ship that came to Radio Caroline’s aid, when their ship, the ‘MI AMIGO’ went aground off Frinton on Sea in January 1966.

Also included is another short clip of the “Laissez Faire” - the ship from which “Swinging Radio England” and “Britain Radio” broadcast, and shows DJ Ron O’Quinn in the Radio England Studio.

There is also a 5 minute promotional film taken around the time of Big L’s closure in 1967, Featuring Big L DJ’s John Peel, Mark Roman, Willie Walker, and Paul Kaye.

(This DVD presentation is exclusive to Pirate Memories and is the Intellectual Property of Pirate Memories 2013)

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BIG L - Galaxy Poster

SORRY OUT OF STOCK

A brand new reproduction B/W wall poster of the Radio London Ship 'Galaxy' at sea .....

Measures 15" x 20" ( 38cm x 51cm) on heavy matt paper....

To keep the price down we are offering the poster 'as-is' with no frame or mounts - Choose your own!

Will be shipped in a hard card tube to avoid creasing....

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THE RADIO LONDON STORY - CD

This CD tells the story of the most successful offshore radio station of the 60’s - Radio London.

The Big L Senior Tony Windsor spends an hour explaining how Big L worked, who was behind the scenes and who set it all up……

There are some top audio moments from over two and a half years of broadcasting – December 1964 to August 1967, with presenters and staff speaking candidly about the station….. And of course there are some of the most famous jingles in the world by “Pams”…..

Audio Quality - Very Good

Running Time :- Around 60 Minutes.

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