Euroradio 2006 France Radio Club / Offshore Echos

France Radio Club and Offshore Echo's annual event commemorates the best of offshore radio, with special guests and video presentations.
Euroradio 2006 takes place in Calais, France on Saturday 9 September, at the Hotel Georges V in the centre of Calais.

Special Guests include


Back in the early 1970s, Dave was broadcasting on a multi-coloured radio ship better known as Radio Northsea International. He later went on to join another well remembered offshore station Radio Atlantis, staying with them until they closed. He has since had a career in UK commercial radio, and is now an entertainments manager.



Peter became known on Radio Caroline during the 1980s, where his well educated and BBC sounding voice earned him the nickname of World Service. He was also programme director for the station and was aboard the radio ship during the 1987 hurricane and subsequent collapse of the 300 foot high mast. In the 1970s, he broadcast on the Voice of Peace under the name of Graham Cook, and now works as a reporter on BBC Kent radio.




With a long and varied career in radio, Kevin Turner is probably most remembered from his time on Radio Caroline in the 1980s. He has also worked for Radio Sovereign in the UK & Italy, Blue Danube radio and Irish commercial radio. Nowadays Kevin works for British forces TV and as a voice-over artist.

PAST GUESTS have included:

Brian Anderson, Tom Anderson, John Aston, Robin Banks, Norman Barrington, AJ Beirens, Fred Bolland, John Catlett, Peter Chicago, Steve England, Paul Graham, Dennis Jason, Martin Kayne, Tom Lodge, Johnny Lewis, Roger Mathews, Dick Palmer, Ronan ORahilly, Tommy Rivers, Ad Roberts, John Ross Barnard, Paul Rusling, Keith Skues, Mark Sloane, Johnnie Walker, Alan West, Mick Williams, Charlie Wolf, and many more

The event
Euroradio 2006 starts at 2.00pm local time, with a video presentation, looking at the best of offshore radio. Later in the afternoon, well be talking to our special guests about their offshore radio experiences.  A French translation will be available.
This year, the Offshore Tombola returns, with a number of interesting prizes.
The Offshore Echo's Boutique will be open during the event, featuring a wide range of offshore radio CDs, DVDs, Books and related merchandise.

Euroradio dinner
There will be a small reception, with aperetifs, - where you can meet our guests and friends informally, in the evening, before the special Euroradio dinner. This takes place in a private dining room in the Georges V hotel, with fine French cuisine including wine, which seals the hotels reputation.
The Hotel Georges V is situated in the Rue Royale, Calais's main street, and close to numerous bars, restaurants and shops.

Euroradio 2006 costs 35 (24.00) including dinner, or just 10 (7.00) for the afternoon (without dinner).
For Bookings and further information contact
Post    Offshore Echo's, PO Box 1514, London W7 2LL, England

Booking via PAYPAL:

Euroradio 2006 including dinner:

Euroradio 2006 afternoon:

Full details of travel, hotels and Calais maps can be sent on request.