Je kunt via de app live luisteren naar de uitzendingen van NPO Radio 4.
As well as the music there was so much other entertainment--Take your Pickpeople are funny--Dan dare Pilot of the future --opportunity knocks--shilling a second--candid mike ect ect and good old Garner Ted Armstrong!!!
For me Radio Luxembourg was really the thing that made me lucky. In those quite boring times especially at sunday Radio Luxemburg was the real Star in the Sky.
Falling asleep with that Great Music. I worshipped those broadcasts. Ok, you got addicted but there was no harm caused by it. It was free of costs and the things they tried to sell we're not in reach anyway.
Even the records we're hard to get. Getting in the mood again at once. In the autumn of my life but nobody can take that away from me Ik ben ook een radio adept van de 70's Noordzee en Veronica. In mindere mate Luxemburg en Mi Amigo in Leuk dit stukje radio geschiedenis.
I have just found your website,fantastic!! I listened to radio Luxembourg on M in the early s, to Dan Dare pilot of the Future too, and on into the s, so much better than the BBC, the top 20 show and other programmes ect, amazing times!!
This is truly a fantastic site for Radio Luxembourg fans Well done Dick for your hard work here over the years Following on from my last posting It is so very familiar, and yet I'm not sure that I remember it being used on at all. It certainly was most appropriate for the station, and fits comfortably with the time, but maybe somebody out there can shed some light on this one for me.
Many Thanks Once Again. I was at boarding school from the late 50's to early 60's, and at night had my Perdio transistor radio with earphone to tune in. Please could somebody tell me what the name of the tune was that introduced the Top 20 programme with Barry Aldis.
Very distinctive, a kind of American marching song if I remember rightly. I have been listening to Radio Luxemburg since to the end of your broadcasting.U.S. RADIO DRAMA FORMAT 2. 1. CHARA #1 (CONT'D): Begin the following page with a new cue.
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Feb 19, · Luister naar klassieke muziek via de app van NPO Radio 4. Je kunt via de app live luisteren naar de uitzendingen van NPO Radio 4. Ook kun je on demand luisteren naar speellijsten voor elk moment van de dag, speciaal voor jou gemaakt door de samenstellers van NPO Radio 4: Ontspanning, Onderweg, Wakker Worden, /5().
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