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Radio Caroline presenter Ray Clark will be giving his very popular illustrated talk ‘Radio Caroline – The True Story of The Boat That Continues to Rock 60 Years On’ at St Gregory’s Church Sudbury, Suffolk on Sunday 15 September.

Radio Caroline –
The True Story of The Boat That Continues to Rock 60 Years On

A talk by broadcaster Ray Clark

Sunday 15 September at St Gregory’s Church, Sudbury, Suffolk

RAY CLARK TALK – The True Story of The Boat That Continues to Rock - 15th September


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Come along to the ‘Church That Rocks’ and hear the fascinating story of the world-famous pirate radio station and the battles that went on behind the scenes in the 60s, 70s and 80s, and why the station is still going strong on its 60th anniversary.

The talk starts at 2 pm and will be in two parts with an interval. Ray will also be signing copies of his latest book.

Tickets are £12 in advance and all proceeds go to the Ross Revenge Charity Dry Dock Appeal.

Venue: St Gregory’s Church, Gregory Street, Sudbury CO10 1BA.

Doors open 1.30 pm, bar facilities available.

The venue can accommodate wheelchairs with advance notice

Event details will be emailed after ticket purchase.

Radio Caroline North is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2024 and as part of those celebrations, there is an evening presentation event on Saturday 3rd August on the Isle of Man, alongside other celebration events (not ticketed here).



An evening of presentations by Radio Caroline historians
ANDY WINT (re 1960’s Caroline North) and RAY CLARK (re Caroline South)
hosted by Radio Caroline’s CHRIS PEARSON

Saturday 3rd August at The Mitre Hotel, Ramsey, Isle of Man



Hosted by Chris Pearson, Radio Caroline experts, Ray Clark (re Caroline South) and Andy Wint (re Caroline North) will be presenting their separate fascinating illustrated talks about the history of the world's most famous offshore pirate station. Join them and host, Radio Caroline DJ Chris Pearson, at the Mitre Hotel (used by the 1960s Caroline DJs) for an evening of nostalgia and surprises.

Andy and Ray will also be signing copies of their latest books.

Date: Saturday 3rd August 2024

Location: The Mitre Hotel,
16 Parliament St, Ramsey, IM8 1JW
(Isle of Man).

Doors open 6:30pm for 7pm start

Event ends: 9pm (approx.)

Ticket Price £10
(ticket numbers are limited)

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All proceeds go the MV Ross Revenge (Home of Radio Caroline) Charity raising funds for the Ross Revenge Dry Dock Appeal (Charity no 1195589).  

The ship urgently needs to be dry docked for structural repairs to ensure her future. The significance of Ross Revenge is already officially recognised. It has been placed on the National Historic Ships register, a government-funded independent advisory body that promotes awareness of ships that have played a major role in Britain’s maritime past.

Venue: Mitre Hotel, Ramsey, IoM.

Caroline North arrived off the coast of Ramsey on Tynwald Day in July 1964. The station attracted huge audiences across the north of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Eventually it caused a constitutional crisis and a stand-off between Tynwald and Westminster.

Purchase your tickets here and full details will be emailed to you.

These tickets are only for admission to the Saturday Evening event.

Chris Pearson

Andy Wint

Ray Clark

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