Forest Folk Festival
Caroline Mini Ships
Roger Day 50th
Ross Old Mast Sections
Dean Friedman visits the Radio Caroline sales
stall at the New Forest Folk Festival.
stood between Keith Aggis and Geri
Viv Beaney, Geri Hampshire and Keith Aggis
Roland Beaney (center) with Radio Caroline
ticket winners to the show
The two ticket winners
The famous Julie Felix sat at table chatting
Steeleye Span perfoming
Radio Caroline flying their flag
Over the bank holiday weekend
25th and 26th May several of our supporters were in
attendance to answer your questions.
A 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 21st-22nd.
The Cotswold Motoring Museumís collections are
full of vehicles, toys and memorabilia from a
bygone age. Maybe youíll 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 1970s caravan bring
back memories of long, lazy family holidays?
Merchandise stall out in the open with Keith
Aggis and Geri Hampshire
Radio Caroline personnel at the Cotswold Motor
Museum on 21st July
Including Roland Beaney, Keith Aggis, Phil Meek,
Geri Hampshire, Viv Beaney, Sally and Mark Eden
Radio Caroline DJ Ray Collins visits
"Caroline's" retro studio at the Cotswold Motor
Museum on 16th July
Entrance to gift shop
Howard Copitch and Stuart Henry
Latest retro studio layout May 2018
Guests Derek May, Keith Stimpson, Rob Ashard and
The man himself Roger "Twiggy" Day
The grand gathering
Another picture from one
of Carolineís faithful listeners, Ron Hubbert (R.I.P)
called narrowboat Ron.
this is a photo of his narrowboat "Caroline"
complete with bell in bright
sunshine tied up
in one of the beautiful canals of England. If you
have a similar photo please send
it to me at
Tommy Gerrard is seen
doing a bit of "rust bashing" on his own
boat with the same name as
Caroline's old ship Mi
Tommy is now looking forward to meeting the owner
of this other vessel to share some stories
of pirate radio stations from the past.
Tug Boat Challenge
that is now in Southampton? There is a big link
to offshore radio of the 1960s,
in that she helped
to tow all of the Sea Forts into place in WW2
Sections of the Ross
Revenge mast are already being sent out and
there is a section in Caroline
Special Music Radio studio in Weymouth. The
mast is a bit too big to stay on
the desk and will
be relocated to another area of his house.
He is proud to own
a piece of Radio Carolineís history.