It is the 'day after' the day that the Marine Offices Act' came into force on August 14, 1967, and a lot of very sad people, sick people really, the kind who support 'tributes' to this, that, and the other, while missing out on what made the originals unique.
You can't reproduce an original work of art. There is only one.
Radio London only began to get cranked-up on January 1, 1965 and by August 14, 1967 at 3PM it had come and gone - forever.
So, those sad and sick djs, and those sad and sick kids who were not even around in 1967, now 'commemorate' the coming and going of that radio station - the one that shook up the BBC, by championing 'Radio Caroline', which was a flip-flop farce.
But to the nitty-gritty.
Who paid for all that?
Herbert W. Armstrong.
Not Wrigley's Chewing Gum.
Who put Radio London on the air?
"Never mind about him", say the anoraks, we worship the lying swindler (now dead), named Ronan O'Rahilly who couldn't even tell the truth to the world about his dad - who was a successful businessman.
That's why we washed our hands of the idiot anoraks and began delving deeper and deeper into the real story behind those offshore stations, and by not wasting more time on the anoraks, we have made some amazing discoveries: Nothing you think you know about the legacy of British broadcasting is true. We mean nothing. Not even the stories about Captain Plugge and Radio Normandie!
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