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5 thoughts on “ShipRocked: Life on the Waves with Radio Caroline

  1. says:

    Steve's book is a gentle and thoughtful description of life as a pirate radio DJ Although not set in the golden era of 60s pirate radio the book is none the less a fascinating description of the joy the difficulty loneliness and some would say foolhardy endeavour of broadcasting from the seaThe book is all the enjoyable for me as it features not those well known radio characters that eventually turned legit jumped ship to the B

  2. says:

    Like the other reviews I cannot fault this Steve always came over as a mate great programming from him on Caroline and he brings it to life in this excellent book Yes it would have been nice to see pictures of the staff but most of t

  3. says:

    I Have read many books about offshore radio and this is one of the best Great sections about the mast collapse and the last weeks at

  4. says:

    ive yet to start reading it but 99% of all books I have on offshore radio have been good it includes al the history right u

  5. says:

    A really good enjoyable read about how Steve Conway got involved with Radio Caroline and life on board in the last few years of the 'original' pirate radio ship before its internet reincarnation Recommended

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Nal waters in 1964 When he first went out to the radio ship the Ross Revenge in December 1985 Steve Conway a 21 year old IT executive was fulfilling his dream of working on Caroline De. Like the other reviews I cannot fault this Steve always came over as a mate great programming from him on Caroline and he brings it to life in this excellent book Yes it would have been nice to see pictures of the staff but most of the important people were there Peter Chicago Mike Watts in particular And like another reviewer I couldn t put the book down I too finished it in a couple of days If by chance Steve reads these reviews a big well done mate for your work on Caroline and the excellent book Willy the Wizard in 1964 When he first went out to the radio ship the Ross Revenge Off-side in December 1985 Steve Conway a 21 year old IT executive was fulfilling his dream of working on Caroline De. Like the other reviews I cannot fault this Steve always came over as a mate great programming from him on Caroline and he brings Enséñame más in this excellent book Yes Wonder (The Books of Marvella, it would have been nice to see pictures of the staff but most of the Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set important people were there Peter Chicago Mike Watts The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase in particular And like another reviewer I couldn t put the book down I too finished The Tunnel it Secretos del Cosmos in a couple of days If by chance Steve reads these reviews a big well done mate for your work on Caroline and the excellent book

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ShipRocked: Life on the Waves with Radio Caroline

Spite his young age he soon became a vital part of Caroline's renegade crew In this gripping memoir Steve tells of his time aboard the excitement and danger and the constant challenges. I Have read many books about offshore radio and this is one of the best Great sections about the mast collapse and the last weeks at sea Calendar Girl (Saz Martin is one of the best Great sections about the mast collapse and the last weeks at sea

Read Ì eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Steve Conway

Radio Caroline was an iconic pirate radio station capturing the imagination of millions of people when it started broadcasting cutting edge music to Britain and Ireland from internatio. Steve s book is a gentle and thoughtful description of life as a pirate radio DJ Although not set in the golden era of 60s pirate radio the book is none the less a fascinating description of the joy the difficulty loneliness and some would say foolhardy endeavour of broadcasting from the seaThe book is all the enjoyable for me as it features not those well known radio characters that eventually turned legit jumped ship to the BBC and became household names but those anonymous individuals who loved the medium had a passion for music and an unuenchable desire to share it from a precarious and often dangerous locations just outside UK watersAll in all a super book that details life as a pirate and the trials and tribulations of watery wireless