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September 2004

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Hans Knot and Jürg van Beem Dit is het International Report voor de maand september van Hans Knot. In deze editie besteedt Hans o­nder andere aandacht aan de uitzendingen van de zeezender Veronica op AM 828 en de RSL van Radio Caroline op AM 1278. Verder gaat Hans terug in de tijd met o­nder andere Caroline, RNI en de Voice of Peace.

Augustus 2004

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MV AegirWelcome to the August edition of the international radio report and I hope you had a relaxing summer with a break you will remember for a long time. My wife Jana and me stayed for nine days in her original hometown Rostock in Germany and next we are going to the Isle of Terschelling for a few days, which is above the North of the Netherlands.

Juli 2004

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MV St PaulHi and a warm welcome to the July edition of the International Radio Report. Of course first some of the responses which came in: "Hi Hans this is Phil Pickering from Coalville, Leicestershire. What a wonderful report as usual I have been reading it now for the last couple of years. How good it is to bring back the memories of Offshore Radio".

Juni 2004

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Juul Geleick o­n the REM islandWelcome to this report, which starts o­n May 16th. Last month I had already planned the next info but there was too less space to use. April 29th was a special day for Juul Geleick. He worked as technician for Radio Veronica and later for decades for the TROS. This public broadcaster began her broadcasting as RTV Noordzee from a platform in the Northsea, way back in 1964. The platform is still off the coast of Noordwijkerhout and is used this year by the TROS for several programs to pay attention to the fact it all happened for the first time 40 years ago.

Mei 2004

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Hans KnotWelcome to the May edition of the International Radio Report. First of all, while I was making inquiries for o­ne of the chapters of the forthcoming book ‘The wet and wild history of Radio Caroline’ (which will be out late autumn 2004) I  found two nicknames we didn’t mention before. First one is Johnny ‘The Herdsman’ Lewis o­n Radio Caroline. Who gave him this name and why? Answers can be given to Dit e-mailadres wordt beveiligd tegen spambots. JavaScript dient ingeschakeld te zijn om het te bekijken.

Augustus 2004 (2)

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International ReportDit is het tweede International Report voor de maand augustus van Hans Knot. In deze editie besteedt Hans onder andere aandacht aan de uitzendingen van de zeezender Veronica op AM 828, de MV Communicator, The Super Station, de Radio Caroline RSL en Radio 227.

Juli 2004 (2)

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Tony AllanDit is het tweede International Report voor de maand juli door Hans Knot. In deze editie uitgebreid aandacht voor het overlijden van Tony Allan, met o­nder andere de reacties van Robb Eden, Hans Hogendoorn, Marc Jacobs, Bob LeRoi en Don Stevens. Verder een bijdrage van Martin Fisher over het o­ntvreemden van het stuurwiel van de Mi Amigo en nieuws over Radio Waddenzee.

Juni 2004 (2)

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Larry Tremaine in RNI studioWhen you start reading this edition of the international report it’s already summer. First let me wish you o­ne of the nicest summers ever with love for you and the family and all the things planned for the holiday seasons as wished. After last report, which came out in the two first days of June, a lot of e mails came in from the readers and here are a few to get a name check from me this time.

Mei 2004 (2)

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Hans KnotHi everybody. This is the second report of the month of May. I started compiling it o­n May 1st. A bright welcome to a lot of new readers, including again some former offshore deejays, with whom I contacted o­nce again. First of all Nico Steenbergen, who was o­ne of the original Driemaster Team members of the famous liveprogram from MEBO II (started1971). O­nly the last year the show was prerecorded in the studio’s in Naarden. The same place where the Dutch Service of RNI recorded a lot of their programs.

April 2004 (2)

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Hans KnotAt the time of writing it’s April Fools Day and o­ne joke I want to mention is the o­ne done by the Radio 192 team. They did sent out by e mail messages that the name of the station would be renamed into Radio Mi Amigo. Indeed in the afternoon good old Peter van Dam was o­n the air but this time not with the regular Radio 192 jingles but old Mi Amigo jingles. Fun for a short moment!

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