The Jukebox Drive-In for 12th January 2020. Pirate Radio Special with Paul Rusling. Hr 1-3 Live

https://www.mixcloud.com/robbie-owen/the-jukebox-drive-in-for-12th-january-2020-hr1-live/

https://www.mixcloud.com/robbie-owen/the-jukebox-drive-in-for-january-12th-2020-hr2-live-pirate-radio-special-with-paul-rusling/

https://www.mixcloud.com/robbie-owen/the-jukebox-drive-in-for-12th-january-2020-pirate-radio-special-with-paul-rusling-hr3-live/

Dread Broadcasting Corporation

Dread Broadcasting Corporation, also known as DBC, was a 1980s West London pirate radio station which is credited as Britain's first black music radio station. It broadcast from the Neasden and Ladbroke Grove areas, and was founded by DJ Lepke (born Leroy Anderson) in the Autumn of 1980.Originally broadcasting on AM, it moved to FM at the end of 1981.DBC would play reggae, lovers rock, African, soul, and funk. DBC would eventually ceased broadcasting around Autumn/Winter 1984.

A BBC TV programme originally broadcast 22 January 1982 has just been added to the BBC Archives here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/archive/dread-broadcasting-corporation/z6cn2sg

Info via RadioAnoraksUK