Pirate Radio Ships in the 70's
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Radio Caroline, Radio Veronica, Radio North Sea International, Capital Radio and The Voice of Peace.
The legendary Offshore Pirate Radio stations. Millions of young people in Europe and Israel grew up with them in the 70's.
This large collection of 400 detailed photographs, shows the pirate radio ships that were active in the 70’s, in all their glory and sometimes during less glorious moments. A personal, insider view of the romantic and inspiring ships that once rocked Europe's airwaves.
Inside stories about the radio stations, facts and details about all ships, their history and daily life of the DJ's on board. Meet Abie Nathan on his Peace Ship.
Dramatic events: how some radio ships were beached, gale force winds breaking tall antenna masts and anchor chains, mutiny and the hijacking of Radio Caroline.
Multimedia: includes original audio fragments, video and photo galleries of special events. Extra chapters on present day radio and other ships that continue to inspire millions.
For those who remember their sounds or who always wanted to know what these ships were all about, this is the best way to have a good look at them and relive the era of Offshore Pirate Radio.