The Calvert family photo album

Susan Moore, née Calvert, is the older daughter of Reg and Dorothy Calvert. Reg was the driving force behind Radio Sutch and owner of its successor, Radio City. After his death, Dorothy took over the running of the station. Susan herself presented one programme on Radio Sutch and her sister Candy was also heard on the air. They are truly the first family of UK pirate radio. Susan has very kindly sent these photographs from her collection.


Shivering Sands, the home of Radio Sutch Shivering Sands
Shivering Sands fort, the home of Radio Sutch and Radio City.
Dorothy Calvert and William the monkey
Dorothy Calvert and William the pet monkey. This is a recording (RealAudio or mp3) of Reg on Radio Sutch, in which he refers to Dorothy and the monkey.
Reg Calvert
Reg Calvert on the station tender.
One of the walkways between the towers
One of the walkways between the towers.
Winched aboard
Being winched aboard Shivering Sands. Susan says Reg designed this contraption because it was too dangerous to tie a boat to the leg of the tower when the sea was rough.

Reg and Dorothy Calvert
 
Reg and Dorothy Calvert on the tender with Shivering Sands in the background.

Many thanks to Susan Moore. She has written two plays about her parents' lives and careers.
The theatre programme from the plays' world premiere is here.
 
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