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Britain Radio 1966 Johnnie Walker & Graham Gill

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Posted by Paul de Haan on April 15, 2013, 7:24 pm

Almost 47 years ago, on May 3rd 1966 the original Britain Radio was heard for the first time on 227 meters medium wave, 1320 khz, a few weeks later a switch to 355 meters medium wave, 845 khz. The transmitter was onboard the radioship Olga Patricia, later named Laissez Faire, 4 miles off the Walton on the Naze Essex coast.

On Sunday April 21 2013 in the programme Sentimental Journey between 10 and 11 am UK time < 11-12 CET> we'll bring you a 40 minute Johnnie Walker programme from June 66 on Britain Radio.

On Sunday April 28 2013 again between 10 and 11 am UK time there's a 55 minute Graham Gill breakfastshow from July 66 on Britain Radio.

Another well know British radio personality Roger Day was also a regular voice on Britain Radio in 66, unfortunately we don't have any recordings from Roger on Britain Radio in 66.

We invite you to tune in to our today's Britain radio on these two Sundays for a trip down memorylane to Britain Radio 1966. http://www.355.vze.com/

Paul de Haan.

Dus NL tijd is CET = 11.00-12.00 uur

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