Approximately 450 people from England,
Scotland, Ireland, Belgium, Germany and most of all the Netherlands visited this
year's Radio Day in Amsterdam on Saturday 8th November 2008.
Many former offshore radio colleagues attended (I do hope I haven't forgotten one or two). These were Adriaan van Landschoot, Marc Jacobs (Rob van Dam), Ad Roberts, Paul de Wit (Erik de Zwart), Kees Borrell, Peter de Vries (Wout van der Meer), Wim Robijn (Hendrik van Nellestijn), Wilfred de Jong, Danny Vuylsteke, Richard Thompson (Bob Lawrence), Stephen Bishop (Johnny Lewis), Martin Fisher, Roger Mathews, Peter Chicago, Stuart Russel (Nigel Harris), Jeremy Chartham, Cliff Osbourne, Nick Richards, Mike Barrington, Rusty (tender captain MV Mi Amigo), Klaas Vaak (Tom Mulder), "Harkie" Paul Harald van Gelder, Peter Jager, Peter Ford, Bob Noakes, Don Stevens, Richard Staines (Steve Silby), Ray Sarsfield, Clive Derek (Roylance), Andy Ellis, Robbie Owen, Mike Hayes, Martin Green (Groen), Herbert Visser, Elija van den Berg, Jan Sundermann, Freddie Schorsch, Walter König (Stephan Kaiser), Graham Gill, Wim van Egmond, Will van der Steen, Jan Veldkamp (Parent), Tom de Bree, Johan Vermeer (Louis Stuster), Elly van Amstel, Ad Petersen (Roland), Maurice Bokkebroek and Ferry Eden.
Hans Knot, Rob Olthof and Martin van der Ven would like to express their thanks to everyone who attended the Radio Day making it a huge success again!
The audio files:
Interview Adriaan van Landschoot (moderator: Luc de Groot)
"Het Nederlandstalige Radio Caroline in 1979/80" (moderator:
"Radio Caroline from 1977 to 1980" (moderator: Richard Thompson [Bob
Update "Radio Waddenzee/Radio Seagull" with Sietse Brouwer
Graham Gill singing "Way Back Home"
Video: Graham Gill singing "Way Back Home" [divx-file] (with thanks to Ben Meijering)
The Radio Day 2008 was kindly sponsored by
Impressum & Datenschutzerklärung