RADIO JACKIE NORTH
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A Radio Jackie
North sticker bearing many similarities to the ones from
Radio Jackie London, and below a badge.
|September 1979||A sign off recorded on Sunday 16th September 1979. On this clip, Rick Dane, the main man behind the station wonders whether this will be their final broadcast due to problems getting on the air two days per week. Also includes an advert for the Radio Jackie North Rock Night. Recorded in Liverpool from 1395kHz.|
|September 1982||Airchecks of a transmission on Sunday 19th September 1982 from 1017kHz which includes the end of a pre-taped Steve West show on which he announced only 1395kHz / 217m. Rick Dane then comes on with a live show and announces both 217m and 287m. Possibly due to aerial positioning, the 287m signal always seemed to travel better to the North than 217m. Recorded in Blackpool.|