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The Radio Caroline Story: 6 CD Set (8 Hours) - Narrated by ANDY ARCHER


A six-CD set with a 24-page booklet telling the story of Radio Caroline from 1964 - 1996.

This fascinating eight-hour documentary is narrated by Andy Archer, who was the only DJ to have worked offshore on Radio Caroline in the 60s, 70s and 80s.

It features dozens of interviews with personalities, DJs, behind the scenes staff and Radio Caroline founder Ronan O’Rahilly. You'll hear off-air and studio quality recordings from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, air-checks, jingles, promos and commercials.

Included with each box set is a 24-page photo booklet containing photographs of the ships, studios and personalities, illustrations and information on Radio Caroline.

Includes material from a previous box set.

Radio Caroline (etc.) Jingles CD


Nearly 6 hours of Jingles on 5 CDs with a 32 page photo booklet.

Including jingles not only from Radio Caroline, but also Radio Atlantis, Radio Mi Amigo and Radio Monique.

Double-CD - The Laser 558 Story - Narrated by Charlie Wolf


Double-CD:  ‘The Laser 558 Story’
The inside story, the fun and the lively atmosphere of the station’s programming

Our specially recorded interviews reveal the frustrations experienced when the aerial collapsed in a storm, the advertising contracts lost by not being on-air and problems caused by management.

This in depth documentary not only looks at the inside story, but re-lives the fun and lively atmosphere of the programming, including the famous 'Eurosiege' reports.

Laser's star deejay Charlie Wolf narrates the story which ends on the 6 November, 1985, when the ship left her anchorage and headed in to Harwich.

If you were a Laser fan, you'll enjoy this recorded memory. Produced with a full colour sleeve showing many views of the station’s ship and personalities.

Total Duration: 120 minutes.

Narrated by Charlie Wolf.

This is the story of probably the most successful Offshore Radio station to have broadcast off the UK coast. Told by the people who made it happen.

Transmitter engineer and occasional deejay 'Mighty' Joe Young explains how the vessel was fitted out in Florida USA and the bad weather experienced when the ship made its Atlantic crossing.

Recordings of the famous test transmissions with the balloon aerial and Johnny Lewis with Blake Williams during a test transmission on 729 kHz before they moved to 558 kHz.

Hear Laser presenters Ric Harris, David Lee Stone, Jessie Brandon, Steve Masters, Paul Dean, Holly Michaels, Michael Dean, Craig Novak, Chris Carson, Liz West, Erin Kelly, Chuck Cannon, Jay Mack, John Leeds and Jeff Davis.