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  1. This short recording is of Dave Rogers on 227 metres. It might be 17th March 1974, but I am not sure. Any help appreciated. http://www.mediafire.com/file/e7z15utbzue0479/00031974_2048-2118_DaveRogers%2817mins_inc_break%29.mp3/file
  2. Hi John, There was an all day English service between August 11th and August 13th 1974 as a temporary measure due to a shortage of Flemish programme tapes. The Flemish Service was back on August 14th. Regards Ian
  3. Hi Eric, I believe the dates to be 16th March as British Summer Time started on 17th March 1974. Also Monitor states March 23rd saw the start of what was to become a regular Saturday night feature on the station. This is "The Nightmare Affair", broadcast between 23.00-01.00 BST, it is a pre-recorded presentation compared by a couple of zany characters who call them selves Scott Mitchell and Gabby Hernandez Omilado So the Saturday schedule by March 23rd had the Hotline from 2100-2300 and then the Nightmare Affair which ran for several weeks and the Hotline programme remained at 2100 until August. So I believe 16th March is correct for the recordings. Thanks Ian
  4. Hi Eric I think the Dave Owen extract is from 16th March 1974. Ian Steve England is the dj on this one.
  5. Does anyone have any recordings they can share of Rob Leighton's Imagination on Caroline Satellite from 2000 and/or 2001??? Used to be on a Thursday night from 8-10. Any help would be appreciated. Ian
  6. Don't think it is the Mebo 2. More like the MV Piscator last seen in Larnaca harbour.
  7. Also known as Steve Silby on Caroline in more recent times.
  8. Yes this programme was intended to be broadcast from The Magda Maria.
  9. Does anyone have recordings of the programme Symfo that Kees Baars presented on Arrow Classic Rock during the 675 khz days?? Thanks Ian
  10. On 27th March, 19 minutes of airchecks with Carl Mitchell covering the period 1159-1320 including the announcement that 186 metres has left the air. of course it did not return to this frequency. http://www.mediafire.com/file/cctb3hx2j925uux/27031970_1159-1320_CarlMitchell%2819mins%29.mp3/file
  11. Also from 22nd March, Alan West from 1130-1200 and Carl Mitchell with the Top 40 from 1200-1215. http://www.mediafire.com/file/jreefnr4matd5eo/22031970_1136-1200_AlanWest_1200-1215_CarlMitchellTop40.mp3/file From 24th March Alan West 1034-1200 (10 minutes) http://www.mediafire.com/file/jeaj9tla3cq48wg/24031970_1034-1200_AlanWest%2810mins%29.MP3/file and Mark Wesley 1720-1733 (3 minutes) http://www.mediafire.com/file/g4lh2twxr3tcqwh/24031970_1720-1733_MarkWesley%283mins%29.mp3/file From 25th March Carl Mitchell from 1235-1244 http://www.mediafire.com/file/06lu2h33a5hk1kh/25031970_1235-1244_CarlMitchell.mp3/file From 26th March Carl Mitchell 1255-1313 http://www.mediafire.com/file/q9cb6qa174ayjno/26031970_1255-1313_CarlMitchell.mp3/file and Mark Wesley 1650-1705 (7 minutes) http://www.mediafire.com/file/7urjxiz45t640mc/26031970_1650-1705_MarkWesley%287mins%29.mp3/file
  12. Thanks Jan Fre. Here are two more from March 7th 1970 Alan West sitting in for Roger Day 0908-0933 http://www.mediafire.com/file/0bn654iee88m8rk/07031970_0908-0933_AlanWest.mp3/file Carl Mitchell from shortwave from 1600-1622. The medium wave was off the air. http://www.mediafire.com/file/bzm336b42wvjtz1/07031970_1600-1622_CarlMitchell.mp3/file
  13. I think this Top 40 chart is from March 22nd 1970
  14. The schedule is wrong in Monitor, firstly there was no Dave Jones. Later there was a crewman called Derek Jones. The first day schedule on Sunday 30th December was (Dutch time) and we have recordings to verify 0600-0800 Non Stop 0800-1000 Theo Van Der Velde 1000-1100 Paul van Leeuwen 1100-1200 Vlaamse Top 15 with Fred van Den Bos 1200-1300 Tony Houston 1300-1600 Top 40 with Moses van Den Berg 1600-1800 Fred Van Den Bos 1800-1900 Paul van Leeuwen then the International Service as above.
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