Alan Turner writes: “All the red ink entries are mine. The ‘mjm’ is Mike Marriott. The ‘JG’ is a Jerry Glover or Grover. I'm not sure about the
surname. The grey cells fail me on this one. He was a studio technician.”
It was Jerry Grover. In February 2009 he wrote to The Pirate Radio Hall Of Fame: “I am the Jerry Grover mentioned (on your website) and I recognise my
initials with the characteristic three full stops. It's amazing to see that this document has survived for so long. I joined Caroline North in June 1964, shortly after leaving the BBC where I had started my engineering
training. I left in January 1965 after an acrimonious dispute over some expenses that were owed to me! I thoroughly enjoyed my brief career in offshore broadcasting. I went on to work for Piccadilly Radio in Manchester
for 16½ years, then I went back to the BBC and ended my working life at BBC local radio in Manchester (then Greater Manchester Radio and now renamed Radio Manchester). I have been retired for 8 years, and it sure beats
working!” Our grateful thanks to Jerry for getting in touch.