GUEST BOOK ARCHIVE 2000-2002


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your name : Richard Ford
from : Spectrum 558
your email address : radiomanuk@hotmail.com
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : from Keefers (Keith Hampshire)
favourite offshore station : Caroline
favourite offshore DJ : Kenny Everett
comments about the Hall of Fame : Told Emperor Rosko about this site. Very well put together.



your name : Peter Tait
from : Magic 828, Leeds
your email address : peterrichardtait@btinternet.com
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : from Carl Kingston (Magic 828 also)
favourite offshore station : Radio London
favourite offshore DJ : Dave Dennis
comments about the Hall of Fame : Great to see some of the radio people I grew up and to hear how good some were even 35 years on!!!
(Web-master's note: Peter worked on Radio Caroline in the eighties under the name Peter Clark. An excellent broadcaster, it is sad to report that he died in September 2002 from a brain tumour, aged 52.)


your name : Robert Talbot
from : England
your email address : roberttalbot@lineone.net
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : By keeping an ear to the ground
favourite offshore station : Radio London
favourite offshore DJ : Kenny Everett
comments about the Hall of Fame : It's a masterpiece. Jonathan Myer must have spent many a long hour putting together this remarkable archive of historic material. It's like a step back into the halcyon days of my youth. It all comes back, the D.J.s, the music, the under-age drinking...


your name : Tony Allan
from : London
your email address : doris.allan@virgin.net
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : I'm an anorak!
favourite offshore station : Caroline
favourite offshore DJ : Andy Archer
comments about the Hall of Fame :
(Web-master's note: We are honoured to have a message in the guestbook from one of offshore radios most talented broadcasters. Sadly, a couple of year after posting this message, Tony died after fighting a long battle with cancer in July 2004. There is a tribute to this great DJ here.)


your name : Mary and Chris
from : Stoke Mandeville
your email address : mary@radiolondon.co.uk
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : A little seagull told me
favourite offshore station : Radio London
favourite offshore DJ : Kenny Everett
comments about the Hall of Fame : Jonathan, your site is brilliant and you've been so helpful to us with finding missing jocks on ours http://www.radiolondon.co.uk. We know how much effort is involved in running a successful site, so thanks for all you do in the cause of offshore radio


your name : Gordon Ellis
from : Dunfermline, Fife
your email address : Gtimespast4@aol.com
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : Google Search
favourite offshore station : Radio Scotland, Radio Northsea
favourite offshore DJ : Bob Spencer
comments about the Hall of Fame : Very nostalgic, I used to listen to them all the time. Radio has never been the same since.


your name : Phil Harrison
from : Isle of Man
your email address : philharrison@postmaster.co.uk
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : searching Radio Caroline North on Google
favourite offshore station : Radio Caroline North
favourite offshore DJ : Jerry (Super) Leighton
comments about the Hall of Fame : Raised on Radio Caroline North as a teenager. We are delving deep into it on the Isle of Man just now. About time it was recognised in more detail.


your name : Hughie Brown
from : Wallasey
your email address : hughie@purchasing.idps.co.uk
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : Looking for Luxembourg sites
favourite offshore station : Caroline
favourite offshore DJ : Tony Blackburn, Johnnie walker
comments about the Hall of Fame : Very interesting site even though I wasn't born until 1967.


your name : Nick O.Teen
from : Slough (orig. Geordieland)
your email address : nickallon@yahoo.com
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : Just blundered in!
favourite offshore station : Too young to remember 'em!
favourite offshore DJ : Tony Blackburn, Stewpot, Johnnie Walker & Rosko (have mercy!)
comments about the Hall of Fame : I loved this site! I wasn't born until '62 but I've always loved popular radio and was fascinated to read about the great DJs in their watery wireless heydays. Excellent stuff!


your name : R Thomson
from : Kirkcudbright Scotland
your email address : rabtamson@aol.com
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : looking at old pirate sites
favourite offshore station : Caroline North
favourite offshore DJ : Daffy Don Allen, Mike Ahern
comments about the Hall of Fame : Good interesting website. Keep it going. Radio 1 was always a loser as I have told my kids for years. Commercial radio a very poor 2nd to the old ship stations. Never forget the man who closed them down. Labour Harold Wilson and his killjoys.


your name : Bob Glen
from : Durham, England
your email address : bobandkathglen@aol.com
how did you find the Hall of Fame? : via Ask Jeeves.com
favourite offshore station : Radio 270
favourite offshore DJ : Vince (Rusty) Allen
comments about the Hall of Fame : as a big offshore radio fan this is like winning the lottery: great soundtracks and photos. Will definitely bookmark this site. Does nobody know where Rusty Allen is now?


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