The Raids of 1983 Part 8

Part 8: Monday Monday

BACK TO THE NEW NORMAL

Radio Nova were back broadcasting a full service as if nothing had happened. News had returned but there were slight tweaks to the schedule.

Interestingly they made absolutely no mention of the upcoming protest march, scheduled for Friday 27th. Was this a deliberate policy designed not to annoy those in power by Chris Cary who had admitted to a Sunday newspaper that Nova (he) had got too big for its (his) boots?
Whether it was, or not, Cary intended to fight his corner in the courts…

Meanwhile, the station was still making front-page headlines…

Monday morning’s newspapers

Irish Independent May 23rd 1983 - Radio Nova returns
Irish Press - no licences for the pirates?

Radio Nova once again make the front pages
Left: The Irish Independent and above: The Irish Press.


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Irish Independent

Irish Independent May 23rd 1983 - Radio Nova returns
Irish Independent May 23rd 1983 - new licences

Irish Press

Irish Press May 23rd 1983 - Radio Nova raid

Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner

Monday evening’s newspapers

Evening Herald - Radio Nova return after raid

Evening Herald

Evening Herald - Radio Nova return after raid
Evening Herald - Radio Nova return after raid
Evening Herald - Radio Nova raid

IN CORK

South Coast Radio returned to air at just before 7pm.