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Where is Ronan and how does he feel about the movie, 'pirate radio?'
As a 60+er i was offended by the movie on many levels.
Also as a person who has a lot of georgie fame albums that are still on my play list, i was wondering how they could not be a part of the movie.
Ronan, if you possibly get this message, i want to thank you for the contribution you have made to my wonderful music history.
I am hoping you are well and happy.
Perhaps some day a more 'real,' version of the history of radio caroline will be made. if not, you can rest assured that some of us know the truth.
Rock on,

Ms Chardon Labrie <>
vancouver bc canada
Wesnesday, February 2nd, 2011 at 00:54:00 (UTC)

As a listener to Radio Caroline since 1966 and still listening to this day, I found this site to be very good and have enjoyed it nearly as much as I have enjoyed listening to Caroline over the years. Well done to all. Mabs Babs.
Mabel Campbell<>
Tuesday, February 8th, 2011 at 19:03:00 (UTC)

One of the most informative, interesting and enjoyable websites I have ever seen. As a big supporter of the 'pirate' radio ships I have had great pleasure in searching through just some of the contents so far.
Many congratulations to all concerned in the production and upkeep of this wonderful website.
Very best wishes
Robin W Edwards
Robin Edwards <>
Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at 16:11:00 (UTC)

Having just seen “ The ship that rocks” I decided to take a look back at Radio Caroline. Still got my original Caroline club card signed by Johny Walker. The presentation of this site is great. Brings back many happy times. Dionne Warwick singing “ Walk on by” will always bring back memories of Caroline.
Peter Taylor

Peter Taylor<>
Monday, January 10, 2011 at 18:18:00 (UTC)

I took a long tour through memory lane today, reading the full story about Caroline. I was a listener from the start all the way in the west of Ireland. Strangely enough Caroline South was much louder in Shannon (close to Limerick) and many evenings would pass listening to Johnny Walker without a single fade.
Later I did some club work with Robbie Dale in the Netherlands.
Radio Caroline has made me incurably ill. I got the broadcast disease ever since
Kind regards,
Paul Vos

Paul Vos <>
Tuesday, April 10, 2007 at 16:56:00 (UTC)

What a fantastic web site! Glad someone is preserving an archive of this most important part of radio history.
Jon Kempster M5AEO
Jon Kempster<>
Monday, August 21, 2006 at 13:00:00 (UTC)

I  have recently watched my video of the 1991 transmission by the BBC Arena Programme of “Caroline – A Pirate’s Tale”.
I wrote down a few names of people mention as I wanted to find out more about them. Allan Crawford was one of those names and I have just read your piece on him on you website.
I am a Mod so I collect rare records (mostly from the USA) however I do raid markets and boot sales and some time ago I picked up a record with a “Cannon” Record Sleeve.
I never knew anything about Cannon until I found the Allan Crawford article on your website – a bit of a bonus in my opinion.
So I just wanted to write to say thank you for taking the time and trouble for producing the website and the piece –Good Stuff!
Kind Regards and Best Wishes,

Chris Leslie<>

great site--great lot of fun learning of the early days of caroline/atlanta--I was stationed in UK in June of 67 thru April of 70, so got to hear some of that era--thanks
George Gucinski <>
renton, wa usa

- Monday, January 23, 2006 at 21:04:04 (UTC)

Love this site it has taken a lot of time money and interest toi compile such a site as this. As a Caroline North listener, living at the time in Hawick, Caroline always came in loud and clear. when I moved to Edinburgh in the late sixties I happened along the station again and I used to listen on 319 in the 70's. Look forward to the rest of the story and I have Multi mailed several of my friends about this site. Well done, Caroline, continues.
Geoff Ruderham (aka; Radio Ruderham) <>
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

- Sunday, January 15, 2006 at 11:03:17 (UTC)