Recordings featuring February 2007

THE ANORAK HOUR #L14

The fourteenth edition of the licensed version of Phantom FM’s media industry programme presented by Ger Roe as broadcast at 9am on February 4th 2007.

On this week’s edition:-

Item 1: Sealand
Item 2: WEGQ – The Eagle (Boston)
Item 3 : Kiss 108 (Boston)
Item 4: Q102 promo
Item 5: Broadcast News
Item 6: Barry Lang’s last 2FM show
Item 7: Leon Tippler’s ‘The Irish Pirates’

THE ANORAK HOUR #L15

The fifteenth edition of the licensed version of Phantom FM’s media industry programme presented by Ger Roe as broadcast at 9am on February 11th 2007.

On this week’s edition:-
More from Leon Tippler’s Irish Pirates documentaries;
Extracts from Radio Nova’s final day in March 1986;
Dr Don;
The last day at London’s Radio Jackie;
John Clarke on KELO Swords

THE ANORAK HOUR #L16

The sixteenth edition of the licensed version of Phantom FM’s media industry programme presented by Ger Roe as broadcast at 9am on February 18th 2007.

On this week’s edition:-
Dusty Rhodes on 2FM in July 1998 with the extremely popular Hotline Request programme;
More from Leon Tippler’s documentary series, this time featuring Sunshine Radio;
From August 1967, Radio London as it prepared to close, plus Radio Caroline;
Following the news update, the next item features Sydney station 2Day FM’s Fugitive promotion;
Then from September 1989, the official launch of Atlantic 252;
Next item features Nikki Hayes on Spin 1038;
Last, from 1984, Chris Cary on Radio Nova.

THE ANORAK HOUR #L17

The seventeenth edition of the licensed version of Phantom FM’s media industry programme presented by Ger Roe as broadcast at 9am on February 25th 2007.

On this week’s edition:-
Atlantic 252’s ‘Sound of the Station’ promotional piece from 1991;
From October 1985, Pat Courtenay on Breakfast duty for Sunshine Radio;
Samples from Laser 558’s early broadcasts and a background feature on the station’s dramatic final hours;
From 1985, former Laser jocks Jessie Brandon and Rick Harris on dry land at Radio Nova;
A look at the history of New Zealand’s Radio Hauraki;
From October 2002, Alison Curtis on air at the pirate version of Phantom.