Southampton Support Group
Ross Revenge Visitors
Manx Radio Weekend Broadcasts
Cambridge Rock Festival
Various Caroline Events
Aug 14th Weekend 2017
Caroline North Liverpool 2014
Various Anorak Photos
50th Birthday Bash
Move to River Blackwater
Even More Pages
Radio Caroline North's next
weekend broadcast from the Ross Revenge on the
River Blackwater will start on Saturday 24th of December
There will be more great songs from
the past and the present and more guest presenters from
For Last months photos click or tap below
The next meeting of the Radio Caroline
Southampton Support Group will take place on Wednesday 5th
December from 7pm at the Netley Victoria Club, Netley near
Southampton SO31 5DG. Special guests will be coming along
including Albert and Georgina Hood. We will have the merchandise
stall where you will be able to buy your Christmas presents.
You could win a prize from the stall. There is a bar and
everyone are welcome to join us for a £5 donation which
includes a buffet. All proceeds will go towards the cost
of work on board our Radio Ship, The Ross Revenge.
For Support Group Page click or
10th to 11th November was another
working weekend for the maintenance crew on board the Ross
The maintenance crew pay their respects
to the fallen in The Great War on board the Ross Revenge
on 11th November at 11am. Click or tap for
Several excellent photos taken by
John Loader a visitor to the "Ross" recently.
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Howard Copitch interviews Mark Eden
a Ross Revenge restoration crew member on Salford City Radio
You can listen to all your favourite
songs on Woodley Nets Anorak Jukebox. Songs include Caroline
- The Fortunes, Man of Action, Because They're Young (Johnnie
Walker theme), Peace - Peter. Also Caroline and Mi-Amigo
jingles. Just added is a recording of the Caroline DJ's
Xmas song from 1944 featuring Tony Allan.
Also features the 1942 Radio Luxemburg
broadcast of an Elvis Presley special. It was called "The
Elvis Presley Gramarathon". It was presented by Tony
Prince and Mark Wesley and includes a rare interview with
Elvis and also quite a few words with a young Todd Slaughter.
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Week in Radio Tech takes a look at Radio Caroline - interview
with Rob Ashard and Nick Jackson from studio 2 on board
Ross Revenge last night, with technical support from Dave
Click on the thumbnail to watch
the YouTube video. Excellent video which is about one hour
long. Plenty of photos and discussions about Radio Caroline's
Radio Caroline presenters (past
and present) interviews with Roland Beaney. 44 interviews
altogether including, Dave Foster, Alan Watts, Roger Mathews,
Tom Lodge, Rob Leighton, Martin Lewis and Johnny Lewis.
Very interesting reading,
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Many thanks once again to everyone
that came along to the latest Radio Caroline Southampton
Support group meeting that took place on Wednesday 12th
September at the Netley Victoria Club, Netley near Southampton.
This time we were pleased to welcome a record number of
Caroline DJs to our meeting and possibly a record number
of visitors. Thanks to Kevin Turner, André van Os, Dave
Foster, Steve Anthony, Jerry Wright, Mike Brill, Phil Meek
and John Ellery for coming along and making it a very special
evening for our visitors and a special thank you to André
van Os who travelled over from Holland.
Nick (Carter) Bolland a presenter
from 1987, also attended the meeting and gave a little
talk about his time with Radio Caroline.
Muzen Audio, a successful Chinese
manufacturer of audio equipment, invited both Richard Lavelle
and Steve Anthony to attend an event entitled the '2nd Radio
Renaissance' held in Dunhuang, China over the weekend of
18/19 August and Steve Anthony gave us an excellent presentation
of pictures and news from his visit.
This year was the Cambridge Rock
Festival's 14th event, with some 75 bands appearing on three
fully covered stages set outdoors in the grounds of Horseheath
Lodge at Linton, Cambridge CB21 4PT
This year's festival took place
between Thursday 26th and Sunday 29th July.
Caroline presenters there included,
Barry James, Mike Brill, Lee Shuttlewood, Marc Griffiths
and Phil Meek
To find out more about this
year's Cambridge Rock Festival click this link .
Message from Roland
group of Caroline supporters again spent the weekend
at the Radio Caroline retro studio in the Cotswold Motor
Museum at Bourton on the Water in Gloucestershire on July
The Cotswold Motoring Museum’s collections
are full of vehicles, toys and memorabilia from a bygone
age. Maybe you’ll find a classic car just like the one you
learned to drive in, or a vintage motorbike that reminds
you of the one you used to ride. Does that 1940s caravan
bring back memories of long, lazy family holidays?
Cotswold Motoring Museum and Toy Collection, The Old Mill,
Bourton-on-the-Water Gloucestershire GL54 2BY
They are located in the heart of Bourton-on-the-Water, which
is just off the A429 about half way between the A40 and
New Forest Folk Festival took place from 4th to 8th of July
in Plaitford, Romsey in Hampshre with a full programme of
Bands on stage including Dean Friedman and Julie Felix.
It is a small family run event that
came about during a conversation a only a few years ago
between Nick Curtis and Richard Digance. Richard has a passion
for folk music, as many of you know and he suggested a folk
festival on the farm. So with the help of Richard and some
of his friends the festival started and has grown over the
first few years and now has an excellent line up of artists.
There is also plenty of camping
facilities on site if you want to stay.
Radio Caroline sales were pleased to be invited along
by Nick with our merchandise stall and many people came
in to see us and hear all the news about the station and
many went away with our latest leaflets and merchandise.
The pictures show some of the artists
including Dean Friedman and Julie Felix in the sales tent
with some of the artists including Steeleye Span on stage.
More Info Here
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Anorak Man (Roland Beaney)
Clive Pearce Diary 2004
My Vinyl Record Collection
Radio Caroline History
Many new cars now come with Digital
radio DAB as standard, for many others its an optional extra
but there are still a lot of cars with no DAB at all.
With DAB expanding and DAB+ adding even more stations many
of them not available on the older DAB radios, you will
be losing out. So if you want to hear dozens of new stations
including in some areas Radio Caroline you should be thinking
about upgrading your car radio. The EZi–DAB–BT is the easiest
way to update your audio system in your car, van or truck
without actually replacing it.
lots more info
Sunday 1st April Radio Caroline can be heard on DAB+ throughout
the London area. This is great news for suitably equipped
London car users who cannot hear the 648AM signal with clarity
and don't want to mess with mobile device/bluetooth solutions.
If you are located within the M25, the nearer to central
London the better, simply give your DAB+ radio a full scan
and then you should find it. If you're technically minded
the frequency is 'Block 9A - centre Frequency 202.928MHz'.
Predicted coverage map as of 2016 – this does not take
account of transmitter additions since then.
Caroline is also broadcasting to
the following areas on DAB/
Brighton and Hove on DAB+.
The area is home to 275,000 people, not counting the outskirts
where the signal may also carry.
Aldershot. Previously the
Aldershot area was covered by a transmitter in Woking but
reception was patchy so another transmitter has been opened
in Aldershot in addition to the transmitter in Woking
which is still on air. Reception reports have been received
from Fleet and Farnborough and further down the M3
Birmingham area. Try doing
a search on your DAB Radio and save it on one of the buttons.
Please let me know the results of your search on the
contact button below .
Glasgow, fourth largest City
in the UK with 1.2 million residents and home to over 40%
of the Scottish population.
Portsmouth area in DAB +.
Some radios that do not support DAB+ will be unable to find
this new service. According to Solent Radio who are
operating this new service the DAB digital radio transmitter
was relocated to Fort Widley on Portsdown Hill and Ofcom
have also kindly allowed a change to the transmission antenna
which will result in an effective doubling of power. This
means that coverage should be improved in the Southsea,
Gosport, Hayling Island and Waterlooville areas.
Caroline is also on Norwich