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Radio Nordsee Int. 220 MW =>> Paul May "Hitback Show" (part) <<= Sun. 19th Sep. 1971 21.40-21.55 hrs

Radio Nordsee Int. 220 MW =>> Paul May "Hitback Show" (part) <<= Sun. 19th Sep. 1971 21.40-21.55 hrs

About the show

Playing tracks by

Eddie Cochran.

Remember RNI on Sunday evenings with this part of Paul May's "Hitback Show" from 19th September 1971.

Listen to more RNI recordings here :
http://www.campaignforindependentbroadcasting.co.uk/radio-station-archive-rni/

Comments

Fred Bunzl

Many thanks to Ian Biggar for his time invested in finding the correct date of this recording. He says:
"I believe the recording is from 19th September 1971. In the recording Paul May says that he hopes the programme is extended to two hours in the future, so it is only one hour on the Sunday evening. By 24th October 1971 it became a two hour programme. Mike Ross was the usual presenter and here is the schedule for that particular week:
http://www.losgoud.nl/Top%2050/T50%2026%20180971.htm
and the week before Paul May mentioned that Mike Ross did the programme as listed at the above link.

California_Anorak

Much more likely to have been 1971 than 1972, and there are other recordings of Paul May on both Sunday 19th and Sunday 26th September 1971.

Fred Bunzl

Many thanks for pointing out my error! ... I shouldn't have blindly trusted my own notes made 40+ years ago ... am investigating further and will post a correction asap.

California_Anorak

Um, 20th September 1972 was a Wednesday, not a Sunday. This date can't be right.

Chris Rainbow

i had just received my first portable radio in 1972, i got it for my birthday. it was a fidelity 12 MW/LW and i would have been listening to this at the time. 20 sept proved to be an important date for me too, as on that day in 1980, i got married. i think RNI was the best of all the pirates, only equalled by big L , but big L was from the 60s of course. even mow with all the radio stations around, we had a much better choice way back in the 60s and 70s, a case of more is less. i learned a lot about music from listening to RNI and its remained with me ever since.