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volume 3
september 2000

Rare pictures from radio's past

 





  Radio London: 14. Memos and meetings
by Gerry Bishop, Hans Knot and John S. Platt
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  From his London office director Philip Birch kept a watchfull eye on the Galaxy. When things went wrong he did send memos to correct things. This page offers a short collection of these communications between the office in London and the deejays on board of the Galaxy.
 
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  From his London office Philip Birch kept a watchfull eye on the Galaxy. When things went wrong he did send memos. Here is one about a missed commercial for Lambretta (29th June 1965)
   
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  Another memo from Philip Birch, warning the station not to forget the Queen's birthday (31th May 1965)
   
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  Yellow Sticker
   
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  Again another memo of Philip Birch, now warning Kenny Everett to keep politics out of his programme (8th September 1966)
   
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  Red Sticker
   
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Memo of Philip Birch concerning a listener's idea (13th April 1965)

   
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Philip Birch interviews Ringo Starr

   
Some sponsored programmes on Radio London and mentioning of Galaxy's position
   
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  Yellow Sticker (burned in use)
   
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  Memo of Philip Birch, telling to keep the people of Radio Caroline of the ship (16th March 1965)
   
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  A memo to keep the deejays sharp on the competition with Radio Caroline
   
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  Press memo card
   
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Note about movie (click on the picture for an enlargment)

   
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  The sound fragment on this page is copyrighted. It is used here according to the rules of fair use and academic quoting. Look here for other pictures and documents of Radio London (1964-1967).
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