M.V. Caroline the ship that was used for pirate radio station in 1964 It was anchored five miles from the east coast in
M.V. Caroline the ship that was used for pirate radio station in 1964 It was anchored five miles from the east coast in international waters and was received in London the Home Counties and East Anglia on 199 metres on the medium waveband and broadcast from 6am to 6pm Radio Caroline'sDisc Jockey Simon Dee aged 28 in the studio on board the Carolinemdtgu
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