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Tony Prince, 1520 (199 Meters) Radio Caroline North | March 1, 1966

Here is a slightly restored (to remove noise and enhance the fidelity) aircheck of Tony Prince, donated to us by Russ Horton. There is a huge connection here, in that, Tony Prince is still very active in radio and in 2018, launched a new internet radio station called “United DJs”, featuring many names from the Pirate radio era of the U.K. The roster of talent includes Mike Read, Empero...

Radio Luxembourg: 50 Years | December, 1983

If you’re a real radio geek as I am, you probably did some scanning of shortwave radio, in addition to your AM and FM stations. In and around the static and sharp fading, the sounds of distant preachers and foreign languages would come in. And then you’d run across the unmistakable sound of the BBC. But every night here in North America, there was at least one of the only two rock stat...

Interesting Historical Links

Here are some links to the history of Radio and Broadcasting in general. Please note, these links are not affiliated with Airchexx except where noted. Sheldon Swartz runs a great tribute site to RKO General’s WRKO Boston. Its been online since 1998, and there’s a wealth of great information and audio from what was known as “The Big 68!” Click THIS LINK to check out “W...

Composite: Radio Luxembourg – The Great 208 | June 14, 1982

Introducing the newly minted Mike Raub Collection! The first of many additions is this scratchy, but authentic recording of what was known as the world’s most powerful commercial radio station. Running 1300 KW at 1440 (actually 1439) KHZ on the AM band, this was easily the largest commercial AM station in the world! The station was located at a place known as the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. A...

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