Live Broadcasts from the Ross Revenge
November 26th to 27th weekend 2016
Pinball Wizard? Andrew Austin
Johnny Lewis hanging around
Ray Clark doing what he does best
Barry James doing the Saturday 7 to 9 show
Now that what you call a sunset
Johnny Lewis enjoying a well earnt cuppa
The crew are en route to the MV Ross Revenge for the final Manx Radio 1368khz weekend of 2016
October 29th to 30th weekend 2016
Kevin Turner with a cuddly friend
Visitors ready to board
Nick Richards chatting to visitors live on air
Nick Richards welcomes first visitor onboard
Somehow a real pirate sneaked onboard
Early morning calm
Nick Richards & Chris Pearson (alias Smith and Jones)
Nick Richards live on deck of the "Ross"
September 24th to 25th weekend 2016
Here we go again... en route to the MV Ross Revenge for another weekend on Radio Caroline
Kevin Turner, Peter Philips, Johnny Lewis and Chris Pearson
Chris Pearson onboard the Ross Revenge with new Radio Caroline flag
Peter Philips returns to the Ross Revenge
Johnny Lewis mid sentence?
visitor George from East Grimstead
Ginger also from East Grimstead
Fluttering in the breeze the new Caroline flag
Razorbill 3 ready to make trip to the Ross Revenge
Stuart Belbin, skipper of Razorbill 3
Visitors about to board the Ross Revenge
Albert Hood right doing what he does best
Maggie Powell a visitor onboard
July 30th to 31st weekend 2016
The night before
A hungry Chris Pearson
At the ready Kevin Turner
Barry James at the helm?
June 25th to 26th weekend 2016
The crew aboard Radio Caroline's MV Ross Revenge in the Blackwater Estuary show their support for Armed Forces Day.
April 23th to 24th Weekend 2016
The Ross Revenge Boys
March 25th to 28th Easter Weekend 2016
February 27th & 28th 2016
Andre Austin. John Ellery, Kevin Turner and Chris Pearson
Andrew Austin on air
Live Broadcast from the Ross Revenge
January 30th& 31st 2016
The latest Radio Caroline North broadcast
on 30-31st January featured interviews from those involved during August
1974 when the Dutch government followed their British counterparts seven
years earlier and introduced a law outlawing offshore radio. Caroline
once again took the decision to continue broadcasting and the broadcasting
ship Mi Amigo returned from Holland to the Essex coast. Another broken
anchor chain and subsequent drifting inside territorial waters and boarding
by government officials meant her future hung in the balance. Once again
this broadcast went out on 1368 kHz to the Isle of Man, areas of western
Scotland, Northern Island and down the west coast of England courtesy
of Manx Radio from 08.30am on Saturday morning till 9pm on Sunday night.
Another excellent broadcast that also went out on the main Caroline
outlets including the new DAB transmitters which I believe is the first
time that a broadcast from the Ross Revenge has gone out on DAB. Well
done to all those involved.
Live Broadcasts from the Ross Revenge
October November 2015
All together on final evening
John Ellery presenting on the Caroline North special via Manx Radio, Nov 30th 2015
Barry James during his show on Caroline North special
Left side:- KEVIN Turner, Barry James, Keith Stimpson and Alan Beech
Right side:- Roland Beaney, Derek May and Dave Foster
John Ellery on air from Ross Revenge Saturday November 28th
Parking no problem..
KEVIN Turner, John Ellery, Dave Foster and Barry James
John Ellery once more.
Barry James during broadcast from the Ross Revenge November 1st 2015
Andrew Austin, Kevin Turner, Barry James, Dave Foster and Chris Pearson
broadcasting from the Ross Revenge November 1st 2015
Dave Foster and Kevin Turner broadcasting from the Ross Revenge November 1st 2015
Manx Radio joins Caroline Nov 2014
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Whilst onboard the Ross Revenge on November 7th Marc Tyley of Manx Radio took a few photos to mark the occasion. Photos include Chris Williams, Alan Turner, Peter Moore, Keith Stimpson and various parts of the "Ross"
Alan Turner interview..
A great guy who was on Caroline in the very early days was Alan Turner. Alan is pictured in the Radio Caroline studio on Friday 7th November being interviewed by Steve Anthony.(See YouTube Video) Alan was on board the Caroline ship during the historic voyage around the coast to the Isle of Man back in 1965 and he spoke about this voyage.
The Isle of Man radio station Manx Radio are doing joint programmes with Radio Caroline to celebrate two events that happened in 1964 heralding a new era in broadcasting that was to have lasting repercussions in broadcasting and Alan Turner was part of this.
Manx Radio guys approaching the Ross
Chris Williams of Manx Radio
Roland Beaney washing up
Chris Williams at home in the Ross studio
Having a look on deck
Peter Moore, Chris Williams, Roland Beaney, Martin Fisher and Keith Stimpson
Alan Turner is pictured here in the Radio Caroline studio on Friday 7th October being interviewed by Steve Anthony
Alan Turner with Chris Williams from Manx Radio speaking about the link up between Manx Radio and Radio Caroline.
Chris Williams presents the Carnaby Street programme on Manx Radio.