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Mi Amigo USB-stick verbindt oud en nieuw

Nu kan je in het bezit komen van een nieuwe oranje Mi Amigo usb-stick met het oude, originele logo van deze Vlaamse zeezender! Daarop staan 25 retro Mi Amigo Top 50 afleveringen met Ferry Eden, totaal 75 uur muziek met originele reclames en jingles van toen. De usb-stick bevat ook de geschiedenis van Radio Mi Amigo. Dat is een anderhalf uur durende documentaire uit 1978 aan de hand van radiofragmenten en ingesproken door Ferry Eden. De prijs is 35 euro inclusief verzendkosten. De opbrengst van de USB-stick is bedoeld ter financiering van het Radio Mi Amigo boek van Ferry Eden, dat - naar verwacht wordt - op het laatst van de zomer van 2019 zal verschijnen. Vul het bestelformulier in op dan krijg je een bevestiging waarop de bankgegevens voor de overboeking staan. Let op, deze wordt automatisch gegenereerd en kan dus in je ‘spam’ postvak ‘ongewenst’ belanden! Haal ‘m in huis, die oranje Mi Amigo usb-stick van 8Gb met inhoud!
Mi Amigo USB stick connects old and new

Now you can come into possession of a new orange Mi Amigo usb stick with the old, original logo of this Flemish offshore radiostation! It contains 25 retro Mi Amigo Top 50 episodes presented by Ferry Eden. That is 75 hours of music with original commercials and jingles from the past. The usb stick also contains the history of Radio Mi Amigo. This is a one and a half hour long documentary from 1978 based on radio fragments and recorded by Ferry Eden. The price is 35 euro including postage. The proceeds from the USB stick are intended to finance Ferry Eden's Radio Mi Amigo book, which is expected to be published at the latest in the summer of 2019. Fill in the order form at and you will receive a confirmation with the bankdetails for the transfer. Note, this is generated automatically and can end up in your 'spam' mailbox 'unwanted'! Get it at home, the orange Mi Amigo usb stick from 8Gb with content!
Mi Amigo USB-Stick verbindet alt und neu

Jetzt können Sie in den Besitz eines neuen, orangefarbenen Mi Amigo USB-Sticks mit dem alten, originalen Logo dieses flämischen Seesenders kommen! Er enthält 25 Retro Mi Amigo Top 50 Episoden mit Ferry Eden, also 75 Stunden Musik mit Originalwerbung und Jingles von damals. Der USB-Stick enthält auch die Geschichte von Radio Mi Amigo. Dies ist ein 90 minütiges Dokumentarprogramm, hergestelt in 1978. Es basiert auf Radiofragmenten mit Kommentar von Ferry Eden. Der Preis beträgt 35 Euro inklusive Versandkosten. Mit dem Erlös aus dem USB-Stick soll das Buch "Radio Mi Amigo" von Ferry Eden finanziert werden, das spätestens im Sommer 2019 erscheinen soll. Füllen Sie das Bestellformular unter aus, und Sie erhalten dann eine Bestätigung mit der Bankverbindung für die Überweisung. Beachten Sie, dass dies automatisch generiert wird und in Ihrem "Spam"-Postfach "unerwünscht" landen kann! Holen Sie ihn sich nach Hause, den orangefarbenen Mi Amigo USB-Stick mit 8 GB Inhalt!
La clé USB Mi Amigo connecte l'ancien et le nouveau

Maintenant vous pouvez entrer en possession d'un nouveau vlé usb Mi Amigo orange avec l'ancien logo original de ce canal maritime flamand ! Il contient 25 épisodes rétro Mi Amigo Top 50 avec Ferry Eden, 75 heures de musique avec des publicités originales et des jingles dès lors. La clé usb contient également l'histoire de Radio Mi Amigo. Il s'agit d'un documentaire d'une heure et demie réalisé en 1978 à partir de fragments radio et enregistré par Ferry Eden. Le prix est de 35 euros frais de port inclus. Le produit de la clé USB est destiné à financer le livre Radio Mi Amigo de Ferry Eden, qui devrait être publié au plus tard à l'été 2019. Remplissez le bon de commande sur et Vous recevrez ensuite une confirmation avec les coordonnées bancaires pour le virement. Notez que ceci est généré automatiquement et peut se retrouver dans votre boîte aux lettres'spam''indésirable' ! Achetez-le chez vous, ce clé usb Mi Amigo orange de 8 Go avec contenu!












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RNI returned as an RSL station in August 1999. From August 3rd till August 30th 1999, the station broadcast from the LV-18 (the former Trinity House lightship No. 18) which was nicknamed the "Mebo III". The ship had been towed to a postion off Holland-on-Sea. The broadcasts were taking place on mediumwave 190 metres (1575 kHz). Some former offshore jocks and technicians participated in the venture (Paul Graham, Paul MacLaren, Alan West, Norman Barrington, Dick Palmer, Dennis Jason, Bob Noakes, Kevin Turner, Bob LeRoi, Ray Anderson, Dave Rodgers, Dave West and Phil Mitchell). Together with Graham Vine, Chris Baird, Clive Boutell, Mike Read and Colin Lamb they were reliving the year 1970. It's an edit by Alex van den Hoek taken from the material filmed by Hans-Joachim Backhus. (text


Going back in time of the sound of the nation is the Radio Caroline Flashback……... to August 1999. Radio Caroline RSL. The Ross Revenge, transmitting on 1503 AM, from the The Southend Pier at Southend-on-Sea. A video made by Hans-Joachim Backhus and Theo Tromp. In an edit by Alex van den Hoek, with thanks to Martin van der Ven.










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"The reason for true ship based, and of course fort based, offshore radio has always been that it is free of governmental control and interference." (Chris Edwards in Offshore Echo's Magazine Issue 98)

"Als de autoriteiten tegen iets zijn begint het bij mij te kriebelen." (Gerard van Dam, Radio Day 2012)

John Lennon on "offshore radio" (mp3-file, 65 kB)

"I can't understand the Government's attitude over the pirates. Why don't they make the BBC illegal as well - it doesn't give the public the service it wants, otherwise the pirates wouldn't be here to fill the gap. The Government makes me sick. This is becoming a Police State. They should leave the pirates alone. At least they've had a go, which is more than the BBC has done..." [George Harrison in an interview with Ray Coleman in Disc (August 6th, 1966).]



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