With thanks to the Radio Workshop in Worthing, West Sussex, England for the photo of the Etronic eta5316. More details about this radio here
As I clear out years of accumulated junk I find the occasional memory from the past. Sadly this old badge has suffered a bit of corrosion, but probably worth keeping for a few more years!
Found this rather nice model in my collection of radio bits. Radio Monte Carlo was a frequently heard station on the medium wave band throughout Europe in the 60’s & 70’s. It was originally set up by the Nazis in 1942, but later passed into the control of Monaco at Continue Reading
Lots to see and do Every menu entry leads to a page of content, there are lots of sub pages as well, so please explore. Use the Site Index to quickly find each page & post. I hope you enjoy the website and your feedback, good or bad, is warmly Continue Reading
See the Manx Radio 1981 photos here
As a youngster passionately interested in radio I was very aware of a station that had broadcast for a short time from Monte Carlo to the UK. It played progressive music and had a cult following. It had ceased transmissions a year or two before I had started actively listening Continue Reading
When you don’t have a tractor tyre available to use as a fender…
Back in 2011 I was kindly invited to a radio event in Calais organised by the France Radio Club and Offshore Echos Magazine. Apart from being able to talk to some Radio Caroline listeners I was also able to catch up in person with my old Ross Revenge shipmate Walter Continue Reading
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