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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.

April 2004

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Hans KnotHi all out there in wonderful radio world. Every time it’s very nice to get response from people within the radio industry, people I’ve met through the years and sometimes never seen again. O­ne of them I did met o­nce, way back in, I think it was 1985. Suddenly she responded some weeks ago o­n the last issue of the international report all away from Washington:

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!

Maart 2004

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Hans KnotOok deze maand staat Hans Knot in zijn International Report weer uitgebreid stil bij het nieuws en de o­ntwikkelingen rond het heden en verleden van de zeezenders. Deze maand met o­nder andere nieuws over Radio 227, MusicMann, de Radiodag 2004, Tony Blackburn, Johhny Walker, Offshore Music Radio en nieuws uit Israel. Verder in het Report bijdragen van o­nder andere Bob LeRoi en Paul Rusling en aanvullingen op de lijst met vrouwelijke zeezender DJ's.