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Discussion in 'Everything Else Heritage' started by LSWR, Nov 1, 2005.

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    8) Ahhhh, Radio Caroline. The day of the last broadcast, ( after the Harold Wilson Labour Government shut them down) I drove to Portland Bill and watched her sail past up the Channel. The last record they played was the Rolling Stones' "It's all over now". I flashed my car headlights several times in tribute, and she flashed me back with a signal lantern, to say 'thanks for your support, we'll be back'. As we all now know, she was (and is).
    The spirit of the sixties lives on........loving awareness.
    Regards, Sandie.
     
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    Oh if only we could go back to those days. The Dramas that happened, and Harold and Tony had to mess it all up. Radio Caroline, Big L, Radio City, Radio Scotland, Radio 270, Swinging Radio England.

    I dont know about you, it was like the DJs were in our homes talking to us personally. They were Interesting, unlike today

    Anybody fancy starting up an Offshore Station? Ive got a Canoe
     
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    The Central Council of Church Bell Ringers is the governing body of this traditional, almost uniquely English pastime- an evocative part of English heritage. Despite most of the ringing towers being part of C of E churches, it is generally accepted that the ringers can be secular (i.e. non-religious), and although most like a drop of real ale, it is not compulsory!
     
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