Recent Additions To Our Radio Station Archive

… 3. WABC New York, N.Y.: 48 minutes with Cousin’ Brucie on one of his morning shows in 1969. 4. Radio Caroline South: Listen again to the “Admiral” Robbie Dale followed by Johnnie Walker on Monday, 28th August 1967, a couple of weeks after the Marine Broadcasting (Offences) Act had become law. 44 minutes. 5. Radio Caroline South Jingles 1968: On 3rd March 1968, both radio Caroline ships “Mi Amigo” and “Caroline”, were seized and towed to Amsterdam by the Wijsmuller salvage …

The World Tomorrow’s Version Of 60s Offshore Radio History

… more… On the same page, Herbert W. Armstrong claims that: “When Radio Luxembourg was no longer effective for this Message, God raised up broadcasting stations on ships, anchored just outside Britain’s jurisdiction. The World Tomorrow was then thundered over all of Britain daily, on seven of these ships. They were NOT illegal. They violated no law of man. They DID proclaim faithfully the law of God! But the British authorities falsely called them “pirate” ships. They …