Recordings of Radio Northsea International on FM

More recordings of RNI from FM. This page contains recordings from 1971 and 1972.


21st February
1971

click to hear audio click to hear audio After a few weeks of test transmissions Radio Northsea International reopened for business at 2pm on 21st February. At 3pm Tony Allan introduced the first Super Hit 50 (the full chart can be seen here). This clip is from the second hour of the show. Duration 6 minutes 42 seconds. (Audio shared on The Offshore Radio Club Forum by Hans Hendriks. Photo of Tony courtesy of Dave Rogers. More of his photos are here.)

Tony Allan

28th March
1971

click to hear audio click to hear audio From early March 1971 Dutch programming took over daytimes on RNI and the English language International Service was reduced to evenings only. Joint Senior DJ Steve Merike took care of 9pm-midnight. Duration 7 minutes 58 seconds. (Audio shared on The Offshore Radio Club Forum by Hans Hendriks. Photo of Steve courtesy of Dave Rogers. More of his photos are here.)

Steve Merike

16th December
1971

click to hear audio click to hear audio Terry Davis on the ‘Target Ten’ programme on Radio Northsea International. Duration 7 minutes 26 seconds. (Audio shared on The Offshore Radio Club Forum by Hans Hendriks. Photo of Terry from Record Mirror.)

Terry Davis

30th June
1972

click to hear audio click to hear audio The voice heard at the start, reading the weather forecast, is Tony Allan, followed by Arnold Layne on the 9-11pm show during which he sends greetings to his old friend and colleague David Sinclair. Duration 6 minutes 8 seconds. (Audio from the Offshore Radio Archive. Photo of Arnold courtesy of Paul May. See more of Paul's photos here.)

Arnold Layne

22nd October
1972

click to hear audio click to hear audio The voice at the start is Brian McKenzie introducing Dave Rogers on the Sunday night Cloud Nine soul and reggae show. This recording is from very near to the end of Dave's time with RNI because, after only one more day of programmes, the English-language International Service abruptly closed and the DJs fired. Duration 7 minutes 33 seconds. (Audio shared on The Offshore Radio Club Forum by Harm Koenders. Photo of Dave kindly provided by the man himself.)

Dave Rogers

28th November
1972

click to hear audio click to hear audio Although Dave Rogers did not come back to RNI, the International Service did return in November 1972. Former Caroline North favourite Don Allen was brought in as Senior DJ / Programme Director. Duration 6 minutes 10 seconds. (Audio shared on The Offshore Radio Club Forum by Paul de Haan. Photo of Don courtesy of Kenny Tosh.)

Don Allen

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