This is a challenge to Ray Clark and Paul Rusling who have both engaged in promoting the mythological story of Ronan O'Rahilly and a man named 'Jimmy':
Do you two individuals have any other source of documentation for your claims about a man named 'Jimmy', sans surname, other than Ian Cowper Ross and his 1990 novel called 'Rocking the Boat', and the subsequent appearance by Ian Cowper Ross on a 1991 BBC television program?
We await with interest our copy of the latest updated novel by Paul Alexander Rusling called 'The Radio Caroline bible' in which his earlier version retold the same story as told by Ian Cowper Ross in his 1990 work of fiction.
It is is amusing to see many of the anorak 'ducks' who are being lined-up by Rusling to buy an updated version of his same-old mythology. We remain outside of this anorak circle and wait to enjoy the spectacle of the anoraks self-drowning despair - once they realize that they have all been conned yet again by Rusling who is using a dead man named Ronan O'Rahilly, and his script writer named Ian Cowper Ross, who has led a rather more interesting life after 'Caroline' than Paul Alexander Rusling is leading right now imagining a past that never happened. As for good old Hans, well we don't know what is going on in his head after making that ridiculous statement. According to Rusling, it was Hans who promoted the fake idea that Mervyn Hagger was part of this nonsense!