MERSEYSIDE LBP - NORTH COAST RADIO
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North Coast radio operated from Merseyside on 1350kHz medium wave during the late 1980's and just into the 1990's. The transmissions could be heard over much of the North West of England. NCR were one of the few pirate stations on MW in the UK to make it into the 1990's, as by then most operators had opted for FM.
|1987_11_09_mon_northcoast_1350am_0810-1042_tonyscott_davemoore-gh666.mp3||First part of a 6 hour recording made near Blackpool from 1350kHz. This was from one of their Monday broadcasts and starts with Tony Scott on the breakfast show. There is some wobbling caused by a French station on the same frequency which was a problem in winter months.||142M|
|1987_11_09_mon_northcoast_1350am_1042-1314_davemoore_richiec-gh666.mp3||Second part of the above recording where the signal is suffering much less interfence.||142M|
|1987_11_09_mon_northcoast_1350am_1314-1434_richiec_andyrogers-gh666.mp3||The final part of this 6 hour recording from November 1987.||75M|
|1989_01_08_sun_northcoast_1350am_1050-1400_markanthony_tonyjay_davegranger-gh799.mp3 New Feb 2021||The first part of a 6 hour recording from January 1989. Recorded near Blackpool from 1350kHz.||179M|
|1989_01_08_sun_northcoast_1350am_1445-1800_kennymg_tonyhollis-gh799.mp3 New Feb 2021||The final 3 hours of this 6 hour recording from January 1989. There is increased foreign interference towards the end.||179M|