Now return the sound online, but the links as 320 kbps not work
Wonderful (full of wonder) ! I was in my prime and always this ship of fools gold will be too!
In 1965 I was 16 years old and went on a ship to became a sailor in east Germany. With a little transistor radio I received the pirate stations. With all my fellow sailors around the radio we listened to the best music in the world. And now I find one of these radios again. It is a wonderful journey in the past. Thank you very much for this feeling.
BigL - Rocks! Just as I recall listening from Frankfurt, Germany evenings. Smuggled my transistor radio under my pillow until sign-off - or the batteries died. Thanks for fanning old embers (memories) into bright sparks! As a yank, Chuck Blair was my "connection," and I enjoyed all the DJs. At the time, I was a teen-DJ at the Armed Forces Network in Frankfurt on a weekly program. BigL was a huge influence in my programming and "patter." Thanks Heaps and, Cheers. Jim
Kenny Everett really was a comedy genius ! I used to love listening to him and watching him on tv with my late dad . The golden age of radio is sadly gone but I was there to witness it 😀
Loved BigL during it's very short life, great to hear the PAMS jingles again. Is there a bloke somewhere creating this output in real time or are the segments created offline and played on a loop?
je voelt je direct in de jaren 60'. Prachtige singles ! En natuurlijk de LIEDJES.
wonderful radio london samen met radio caroline nog steeds het beste van twee werelden.......
BigL - Well ahead of its time.. and so was Maurice James Christopher Cole better known as Kenny Everett!