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Interview with =>> Alan West - working on Pirate Radio London /Britain /390 /270 /RNI 1st Dec. 1972

Interview with =>> Alan West - working on Pirate Radio London /Britain /390 /270 /RNI 1st Dec. 1972

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In this 1972 interview, Alan West reveals how he got into radio in 1966 and his experiences working for offshore/pirate Radio London, Britain Radio, 390, 270, BBC Radio Leicester and RNI Radio Nordsee International.
In case you're interested in Alan West's experiences at a specific radio station, here are details:
Radio City: approx. 9 minutes from the start.
266 Radio London: 11
Britain Radio: 18
Radio 390: 25
Radio 270: 35
BBC R. Leicester: 48
RNI: 54

More vintage radio recordings at:
http://www.campaignforindependentbroadcasting.co.uk/radio-station-archive/

Comments

John Hatch

Excellent interview F B

John Hatch

Alfred, any idea who was doing the interview and what radio station it was made for? Cracking find!

Fred Bunzl

John, I interviewed AW myself ... it wasn't for any radio station. In the early 70s AW used to attend some of CIB's https://www.campaignforindependentbroadcasting.co.uk/about-us/
meetings. I don't remember if it was AW's idea or mine to do the interview. It's never been published before.

Frederik van Malderen

to hava a nation under control one should force people not to think too much - authorities think and want the people to obey . . . that's where the trouble starts - cry freedom - you never get it

Harald Hummel

Great

John Hatch

Find all the background information fascinating

RadioLeyland

Absorbing to listen to. With so much of the audio (radio, tv, podcasts) available today being short, punchy, snappy ..... and superficial ..... an extended interview like this is a real pleasure to listen to.