on this April Fools day… [spot the real bits] 🙂
1 Apr. 1976 GBR. Rowridge. Isle of Wight. The BBC Radio 1 transmitter gets pirate attention, when the remote transmitter’s programmes are hijacked and banned records are played. To this day, no one has claimed responsibility…
1 Apr. 1979 FIN. 6225 kHz SW. Radio Sound of Finland starts broadcasts, with 15 watts, Sunday mornings. Some programmes are mobile, and others relayed on 1332 kHz from the Nederlands. Most of the shows are dance music with DJ Roger. The station is to later get a 100-watt rig.
1 Apr. 1982. Chris Hunter who earlier loaded up a wire fence round a Dutch field for Long Wave, and designed the Finnish mobile phone system, builds all the Alice’s Restaurant transmitters from now on
1 Apr. 1988 IRL. 1611 kHz MW and 6220 kHz SW. Radio Fax is on air today, the beginning of a broadcast that runs through to the 4th
Did you spot it? 🙂
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