Program director Lion Keezer from Radio Mi Amigo International is looking for former offshore radio deejays who are willing to join the fun team of radio makers at the station that still values free radio. If you think you can be a good addition to our team, please mail us: Lion – Radio Mi Amigo International
And talking about Radio Mi Amigo International: Ron O’Quinn is back on air. Ron O’Quin was programme manager of two of the best-known offshore radio stations: Swinging Radio England and Britain Radio. Like the Emperor Rosko is a living legend from the ‘golden age of the offshore stations’, who experienced it all himself.
The greats of the 60’s: Ron knew them all and went along on the last tour of the Beatles in the USA. After his time as a broadcaster in Europe, Ron O’Quinn made a career for himself in his native America, where he worked on major stations in many states and major cities such as Miami, in Florida.
Ron had been making programmes for Radio Mi Amigo International for 3 years since 2015, but stopped because of a sabbatical. But radio blood creeps where it can’t go and from Ecuador, where he lives today, Ron recently started making radio again. His brand new current weekly 2-hour show, “Ron’s Rewind,” – already heard on 40 radio stations in America, will also be heard on Mi Amigo International. We are very proud and happy to welcome Ron back to the old pirates nest and vice versa Ron is delighted to be back in Europe with the station that, like him, has the memory of the golden age of the offshore radio stations and real free Radio. Welcome back Ron O’Quinn!
Ron’s Rewind: every Saturday morning from 10am to 12pm CET and on
Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6 CET on Radio Mi Amigo International.
Check www.radiomiamigo.international for the latest information and a video recorded on board of the broadcasting vessel ‘Laissez Faire’ in which Ron O’Quinn talks about the stations of which he was programme director.
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Meine ersten “Gehversuche” auf Kurzwelle erfolgten 1985, noch unter bürgerlichem Namen – für die umstrittene “Queen of the Airwaves” Radio Victoria. Ab sofort können Nachtaktive die Shows um 2 Uhr morgens auf laut.fm/joy hören!
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Parts of the tape archive again online without password protection.