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PIRATE RADIO DISC JOCKEYS
Sixties Disc Jockeys
   











The disc jockeys on the pirate stations tended to move around, a number of them being involved with one or more of the 'top' stations at one time or another and very few of them saw it out on any one station from start to finish. This movement was not always immediately noticeable as some of them also worked under assumed names which they changed, or had changed for them, when they joined another station. During its lifetime Radio Caroline South employed at least 67 disc jockeys of which only 13 stayed for a period of more than a year.

Radio Caroline North employed about 38 disc jockeys of whom at least 22, including Dave Lee Travis, also spent time on the South station. Many of them subsequently found employment on either Radio 1 or the local radio stations as they came online. Of some of the more well-known names, Radio Caroline's original disc jockeys were Simon Dee, Chris Moore, Donny Kerr, Tom Lodge, Gerry Duncan and Carl Conway. They were later joined by Dave Lee Travis, Emperor Rosko, Tony Blackburn, Colin Berry, Tony Prince, Bob Stewart, Tommy Vance and also Johnnie Walker and Roger Day who moved from Radio England. Andy Archer moved there, from Radio City, as did Tony Allan and Steve Merike who came from Radio Scotland.

Radio London had, at various times, Keith Skues, Pete Brady, Tony Brandon, Dave Cash, Chris Denning, Pete Drummond, Kenny Everett, Duncan Johnson, Paul Kaye, Lorne King, John Peel, Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart and Alan West (later Radio 355). They also had Tony Blackburn, Norman St.John and Tommy Vance who moved from Radio Caroline, Chuck Blair and Graham Gill who moved from Radio England and Mark Roman from Radio City. Tony Windsor and Dave Dennis (previously known as Neil Spence)
moved there from Radio Atlanta.
Alan Freeman Tribute Page

Radio 1 started with about 33 disc jockeys, or 'presenters', of which at least 17 were ex-pirates. Of the others, some notable names are David Jacobs, Ray Moore, David Rider and Wally Whyton who either already worked for the B.B.C. or came in from other areas

Radio Luxembourg's list of disc jockeys is far too long to recite and reads like a who's who of radio broadcasting. It includes (in no particular order or era) Barry Alldis, Tony Blackburn, Tommy Vance, Emperor Rosko, Keith Fordyce, Pete Murray, Tony Prince, Dave Jensen, Jimmy Savile, Jimmy Young, Mike Hollis, Desmond Carrington, Stuart Henry, Alan Freeman, Kenny Everett, Noel Edmonds, Roger Day, Dave Christian, Bob Stewart, Chris Denning, Colin Nichol, Don Moss, Don Wardell, Geoffrey Everett, Jack Jackson, Johnnie Walker, Johnny Moran, Mark Wesley, Ray Orchard, Sam Costa, Stuart Grundy, Tony Brandon and Paul Burnett, many of whom also worked on the pirate stations and Radio 1 (though not all at the same time!).

PIRATE RADIO DISC JOCKEYS Many of the names mentioned above, and a whole host of others, have subsequently achieved further recognition through B.B.C. national radio, B.B.C. regional radio, Independent commercial stations and, of course, television in various capacities. Here are some bits about just a few of the disc jockeys who made the Sixties swing. . . .

Alan 'Fluff' Freeman


Alan 'Fluff' Freeman
The Australian legend joined the BBC from Radio Luxembourg in 1960 and found himself presenting 'Pick Of The Pops' on Sunday afternoons by 1962 with his 'Greetings, pop-pickers', 'Not 'arf', and 'Alright?' punchlines. You may also remember seeing him in Sixties TV adverts for 'OMO' washing powder.

 
David Allan

David Allan
First broadcast in June 1966 for Radio 390 and subsequently went to Radio 2.
Did a 4-hour show at Radio 390 before finding out that engineers had forgotten to switch on the transmitter.

 
Colin Berry


Colin Berry
First broadcast 1965 on Radio Caroline South, newsreading and sponsored programmes.
Joined Radio 1 in 1972 via an announcing job at HTV.

Tony Brandon


Tony Brandon
Radio London disc jockey who moved to Radio 1 in 1967 presenting 'Midday Spin' and 'Radio One Club'.

 
Tony Blackburn

Tony Blackburn
First broadcast August 1964 on Radio Caroline South after answering an advert in a music newspaper. He moved from there to Radio London and Radio Luxembourg before joining the original Radio 1 team, presenting their first programme in 1967. Became a 'Top Of The Pops' presenter on television and also had chart record hits in the Sixties with 'So Much In Love' in 1968 and 'It's Only Love' in 1969.

 
Paul Burnett

Paul Burnett
First broadcast for the Aden Forces Broadcasting Association. On leaving the R.A.F. he joined Radio 270, moving from there to Radio Manx and then Radio Luxembourg in 1967 where he presented the Top 20 show for six years before taking over the Saturday Morning Show on Radio1.

Desmond Carrington


Desmond Carrington
First broadcast 1946 in Rangoon, Burma, after the Japanese occupation. He worked extensively for Radio Luxembourg during the Fifties, starred in the television series 'Emergency Ward 10' with Richard Chamberlain and presented the 'DAZ' commercials for nine years before joining Radio2.
 
Dave Cash
Dave Cash
First broadcast for station CFUW Vancouver in 1963. Joined Radio London on his return to the U.K. presenting the 'Kenny and Cash' show with Kenny Everett. Has subsequently worked on Radios 1, 2, Luxembourg and also Capital Radio, again with Kenny Everett, in a recreation of the Radio London show.
 
Noel Edmonds
Noel Edmonds
First broadcast for Radio 1 on 21st July 1969. He got his break on radio when he stood in for an ill Kenny Everett on the Saturday Morning Show. He also presented the Radio 1 Breakfast Show and the 'Top Of The Pops' television show before branching out into various television enterprises.
Edward Cole


Edward Cole
First broadcast for Radio 390 in November 1965. He joined Radio 4 in the mid-Seventies as a newsreader / announcer.
 
Kenny Everett


Kenny Everett
First broadcast for Radio London in the mid-Sixties, presenting the 'Kenny and Cash Show' with Dave Cash. Moved to Radio 1, Radio 2, Capital Radio and has presented many television comedy programmes as well as BBC's 'Top Of The Pops'.
 
Nigel Fell
Nigel Fell
First broadcast 'The Anti-City Show' on Radio City in 1965. Subsequently moved to BBC Radio Leeds.
Keith Fordyce


Keith Fordyce
First broadcast in 1948 on the British Forces Network while in the R.A.F. Subsequently worked for Radio Luxembourg and BBC Radio. Best remembered as co-presenter of the 'Ready Steady Go' television pop programme with Cathy McGowan although he has done many other notable pop programmes.

 
Stuart Henry
Stuart Henry
First broadcast on Radio Scotland. Presented 'Midday Spin' on Radio 1 when it opened in 1967 and subsequently moved to Radio Luxembourg in 1974.
 
Peter York


Peter York
First broadcast for Radio City in 1966, in which year he won the 'South Coast Disc Jockey Of The Year' award presented by Melody Maker. He joined Radio 1 in 1968, subsequently working for independent local radio before returning to the BBC on regional station radio.
Adrian Love


Adrian Love
Son of band-leader Geoff Love, he first broadcast for Radio City in 1966. Subsequently he worked on the BBC Light Programme, the World Service, London's LBC, Capital Radio, BBC Radios 1 and 2, British Forces Broadcasting, County Sound, Jazz FM, Classic FM and BBC Southern Counties Radio.

 
David 'Kid' Jensen
David 'Kid' Jensen
First heard in the U.K. broadcasting for Radio Luxembourg in October 1968 which he joined after talking to a visiting Radio Caroline D.J. at the Canadian radio station where he was working.
 
Jimmy Mack
Jimmy Mack
First broadcast in 1966 on Radio Scotland, subsequently joining Radio Medway in 1970.
Ray Moore


Ray Moore
First broadcast as a continuity announcer at Granada television, joining Radio 1 in 1967 and subsequently moving to Radio 2.
 
Pete Murray
Pete Murray
First broadcast for the BBC World Service in April 1943. He went to Radio Luxembourg on a three-month replacement D.J. job and stayed for five years before rejoining the BBC where he has worked for both the Radio (mainly Radio 2) and Television stations. He was a regular on 'Thank Your Lucky Stars' and also, alongside David Jacobs, on 'Juke Box Jury'.
 
Richard Park


Richard Park
First broadcast for BBC Radio Scotland in August 1966 having previously been employed in some capacity on a pirate station, presumably Radio Scotland. Subsequently became the Music Controller at Radio Clyde.
Tony Prince


Tony Prince
First broadcast as a D.J. compering 'Disco A Go-Go' on TWW, the show on which Tony Blackburn made his debut as a pop singer. From there he moved to Radio Caroline, staying for two years before joining Radio Luxembourg in 1968 as part of their first 'live' team of disc-jockeys which also included Paul Burnett and David 'Kid' Jensen.

 
David Rider
David Rider
First broadcast for the BBC European English Service on 9th February 1966 before becoming one of the original Radio 1 presenters in 1967. He has subsequently worked for both Radio 2 and Radio 4.
 
Alan Roberts
Alan Roberts
First broadcast on Radio England in 1966 before moving to Denmark Radio and the 'Voice Of Peace' ship off Tel Aviv in 1976. He has since worked for regional radio stations.
Keith Skues


Keith Skues
First broadcast for the British Forces Network while in the R.A.F. From there he joined Radio London and was one of the opening line-up for Radio 1 in 1967.
 
Bob Stewart
Bob Stewart
First broadcast for Radio Caroline in 1964, subsequently moving to Radio Luxembourg.
 
Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart


Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart
Joined Radio London in 1965, becoming one of the original Radio 1 disc jockeys in 1967 and subsequently doing work for Radio 2 and BBC television as a children's presenter.
Unusual picture of Ed at Big L.
Tommy Vance


Tommy Vance
First broadcast for BBC Schools Television in 1953. He has worked for Radio Caroline, Radio Luxembourg, Radio Monte Carlo and also Radio 1 besides doing programmes for BFBS and the World Service. He also presented 'Top Of The Pops' on BBC television.
 
Dave Lee Travis
Dave Lee Travis
The 'Hairy Monster' first broadcast in 1964 on Radio Caroline South where he stayed for two years before doing six months at Radio Caroline North. From there he went to BBC Manchester, joining Radio 1 shortly after it opened in 1967. Has subsequently appeared in many radio and television shows.
 
Wally Whyton
Wally Whyton
First broadcast as a member of 'The Vipers' skiffle group in 1957. He went on to present 'Skiffle Club', 'Guitar Club', 'Folk Room' and many other shows for BBC Radio as well as being a popular children's television presenter, particularly in 'The Five O'Clock Club' with Muriel Young and Bert Weedon.
John Peel


John Peel
First broadcast in 1961 for station WRR in Dallas, Texas, presenting a r&b show called 'Kats Karavan'. He joined Radio London on his return to the U.K. where he created the cult 'Perfumed Garden' programme and then moved to Radio 1 ('Top Gear'), Radio 2 ('Night Ride') and Radio 1 ('The John Peel Show' and 'Sounds Of The Seventies'). He has also presented television's 'Top Of The Pops' and done work for the World Service and BFBS. John sadly died of a heart attack in 2004.
 
Jimmy Savile
Jimmy Savile
Savile was one of Radio Luxembourg's main disc jockies in the early Sixties, hosting the 'Warner Brothers Record Show', 'The Teen And Twenty Disc Club' (where he awarded Elvis Presley his first British gold disc in 1960) and the 'Guys, Gals And Groups' show. He made a minor pop record in July 1962 titled 'Ahab The Arab' and hosted the first BBC 'Top Of The Pops' television programme, from Manchester, on January 1st 1964. He subsequently worked for Radio 1 and BBC TV.

 
Jimmy Young
Jimmy Young
First broadcast in 1953 on BBC's 'Flat Spin'. By 1955 he had already had hit pop records and was presenting 'Housewives Choice'. That year he had two consecutive No.1 hit records, the first British artist to do so. During the late Fifties and early Sixties he hosted many radio shows including 'The Night Is Young', '12 o'Clock Spin', 'Younger Than Springtime' and 'Keep Young'.
His last chart record was 'Miss You' in 1963. He was moved to Radio 1 when it opened in 1967, was named 'Radio Personality Of The Year' in 1968 and moved to Radio 2 in 1973. He has also hosted his own television programme.
David Jacobs
David Jacobs
Worked for the BBC forever in virtually every capacity. Major radio shows he has hosted include Housewives Choice, BBC Jazz Club, Pick Of The Pops, Melodies For You and he also chaired the Radio 2 lunchtime programme for six years. He has many cinema and television acting credits and has also hosted many big television shows, notably Come Dancing, Miss World and The Eurovision Song Contest.
He is probably best known as chairman of the long-running television pop show 'Juke Box Jury'. David had the distinction of being voted Britain's Top Disc Jockey for six years and was the Variety Club of Great Britain's T.V. Personality of the Year in 1960 among his many other awards.
 
PIRATE RADIO DISC JOCKEYS
For a huge amount of information on Radio London, pirate disc jockeys and the subjects of their current DJ personnel searches, click on the logo to see the fabulous Studio Anorak / Radio London website of Mary and Chris Payne.

Also, there is another fantastic DJ site at the Pirate Radio Hall of Fame

Pirate Radio Disc Jockeys

Not, I expect, by any means completely comprehensive, but the best I can come up with at the moment.....

Radio 270      Radio City      Radio Atlanta       Radio 390       Radio London      Radio Scotland       K-I-N-G Radio        Radio England

Radio Essex / BBMS       Radio Sutch      Radio Tower       Radio Veronica      Veronica CNBC        Britain Radio       Radio Invicta

Radio 355      Radio Jackie
      Radio Caroline North & South           Female Disc Jockeys

If you can help add to the list of names or spot any inaccuracies, by all means please e-mail and let me know....



PIRATE RADIO DISC JOCKEYS       PIRATE RADIO DISC JOCKEYS      PIRATE RADIO DISC JOCKEYS
PIRATE RADIO DISC JOCKEYS

RADIO 270
RADIO SUTCH / RADIO CITY
RADIO CAROLINE NORTH & SOUTH
VINCE 'RUSTY' ALLAN
JOHN ASTON
GREG BANKS (BANCE?)
MIKE BARRON
ROBIN BEST
PETER 'BOOTS' BOWMAN
STACY BREWER
PAUL BURNETT
ALEX DEE (ALSO ON RADIO CITY)
BOB DEWING
ROGER GALE
GUY HAMILTON
ALBERT HART
MIKE HAYES (ALSO RADIO CITY)
PHILIP HAYTON
JULIAN HEWITT
ALAN IVES
JEFF JONES
ROGER KEENE
ROGER KING ANDY KIRK
PAUL KRAMER (ALSO RADIO CITY AND CAROLINE NTH)
LEN MARTIN
TONY MEEHAN
NOEL 'NEDDY' MILLER
ED MORENO
BRENDAN POWER
ROSS RANDELL
ROGER SCOTT
DAVE SINCLAIR
BOB SNYDER
DENNIS STRANEY (ALSO RADIO CITY)
STEVE TAYLOR
LEON TIPPLER
MARK WESLEY
HAL YORKE
PAUL YOUNG
GARNER TED ARMSTRONG
ROGER GOMEZ
 
TERRY DAWSON (ANDY ARCHER)
DICK DICKSON (ALSO ON RADIO ESSEX)
TOM EDWARDS (ALSO CAROLINE SOUTH)
NIGEL FELL
BEN HEALY (ALSO BIG L AND RADIO SCOTLAND)
PEGGY KNIGHT (LINDA BASS)
ADRIAN LOVE
IAN MACRAE
RICK MICHAELS
MARK ROMAN
PETER YORK
ALAN CLARK (CHRISTOPHER CLARK ON 390)
PHIL JAY
ERIC K. (RICK) MARTIN
PAUL KRAMER (ALSO CAROLINE NTH AND 270)
ED MORENO
KAREL BEER
COLIN BRIAN
RALPH COOPER
KEITH DELMONT
JANICE NICHOLLS
MIKE PROCTOR
LEON TIPPLER (SCOTT MITCHELL ON ATLANTIS)
IAN WEST
BOB SPENCER
CLIFF COTTELL
CHRIS CROSS
DON WIT (engineer)
SHAUN HOWARD
TONY BRANDON (1 WEEK)
BRIAN PAUL
COLIN DALE
GEOFF MEW
CLIFF CUTTELLE
PRINZ HOLMAN (BLACK PRINZ)
TONY PINE (JEREMY THE ENGINEER)
TONY SILVER (PHIL PERKINS) (ALSO ON INVICTA)

According to Bob LeRoi there were countless other DJs, some only appearing once or twice and seldom earning more than £5 a week!

CANDY CALVERT
REG CALVERT
SUSAN CALVERT
TONY CARROLL
NORMAN ST.JOHN (ALSO BIG L AND CAROLINE)
RICK DANE
PETER DOLPHIN
PETER JAMESON
ERIC JAY
ERIC JOHNSON
PAUL ELVEY
BOB LEROI
MIKE HAYES (ALSO 270)
ROSS BROWN (FREDDIE BEARE ON CAROLINE N&S)
TONY DANIELS
ALEXANDER DEE (ALSO ON 270)
JOHNNY FLUX (JOHN EDWARD ON 'BIG L')
DAVID GILBEE
GORDON SWAN
MARTIN GREEN
GARY STEVENS (ALSO RADIO ENGLAND)
MARTIN STEVENS
DENNIS 'THE MENACE' STRANEY (ALSO 270)
JEREMY WILDE
GRAHAM WALLACE
MARTIN ROSS
GEOFF WOODS
GORDON SWAN
TERRY DAWSON (ANDY ARCHER)
JOHNNY FLUX (JOHN EDWARDS)
WOLF BYRNE
MIKE BELL
COLIN JAMES
CHRIS WITTS (ONCE 1965)
JON WALKER
TAMARA HARRISON (REG CALVERT'S NIECE)
DAVID 'SCREAMING LORD' SUTCH
TONY DANGERFIELD
LUC DUNNE
NEIL SPENCE (ALSO ATLANTA AND BIG L)
MAC PETERS (PETER MADISON ON BBC LOCAL RADIO)
GLEN ADAMS
MIKE AHEARN
TONY ALLAN
DON ALLEN
MIKE ALLEN
ANDY ARCHER
BUD BALLOU (HOWIE CASTLE)
COLIN BERRY
TONY BLACKBURN
ROSS BROWN
ERROL BRUCE
GERRY BURKE
CARL CONWAY
GORDON CRUZE (CRUSE)
ROBBIE DALE
RICK DANE
ROGER DAY
SIMON DEE
GERRY DUNCAN
TOM EDWARDS (ALSO RADIO CITY)
ROGER GALE
JIMMY GORDON
KEITH HAMPSHIRE
DEE HARRISON
JON SYDNEY
RAY TERRETT
DAVE LEE TRAVIS
ALAN TURNER
TOMMY VANCE
BRYAN VAUGHAN
JOHNNIE WALKER
GRAHAM WEBB
DAVID WILLIAMS
JASON WOLFE
BILL HEARN
RIC JONNS
JOHN JUNKIN
MARTIN KAYNE (MICHAEL CANE)
GARY KEMP
DONNY (DOUG) KERR
JERRY KING
JERRY LEIGHTON
TOM LODGE
ED MORENO
MIKE LUVZIT
MIKE MARRIOTT
IAN MCRAE
STEVIE MERIKE
CHRIS MOORE
SPANGLES MULDOON
JIM MURPHY
COLIN NICOL
PAUL NOBLE
TONY PRINCE
EMPEROR ROSKO
MARK SLOANE (HAMMERTON)
NORMAN ST.JOHN (ALSO RADIO CITY AND BIG L)
BOB STEWART
KEITH SKUES
STEVE YOUNG
TIM YAIL (GRAHAM JOHNS)
JOHN ASTON
NICK BAILEY
GREG BANKS (BANCE?)
MEL HOWARD
PETER JAMES
PAUL KRAMER (ALSO RADIO CITY AND 270)
MITCH MURRAY (The Songwriter!)
   
RADIO 390
RADIO LONDON
RADIO SCOTLAND
DAVID ALLAN
TED ALLBEURY
PAUL BERESFORD
CLIVE BURRELL
EDWARD COLE
BRIAN CULLINGFORD
RAY GLENNISTER
PETER JAMES
BOB RANDALL
MIKE RAVEN
STEPHEN WEST
PAUL YOUNG
WOLF BYRNE
CHRISTOPHER CLARK
MANDY RAVEN
JOHN ROSS BARNARD
JOHN STEWART
GORDON JOHNS
CLEMENT SHAW
ROGER SCOTT
ROGER GOMEZ
JACK MACLAUGHLIN
LEE GILBERT
SHELDON JAY
DOMINIC LEFOE
ALAN WEST
DAVID SINCLAIR
SAMANTHA LEIGH
JONATHAN HALL
GRAHAM GILL
MARK HAMMERTON (SLOANE)
GREG BANKS (BANCE?)
TONY BLACKBURN
CHUCK BLAIR
PETE BRADY
TONY BRANDON
DAVE CASH
IAN DAMON
CHRIS DENNING
DAVE DENNIS (ALSO NEIL SPENCE ON RADIO CITY AND ATLANTA)
PETE DRUMMOND
JOHN EDWARDS
KENNY EVERETT
GRAHAM GILL
BILL HEARNE
DUNCAN JOHNSON
PAUL KAYE
BEN HEALY (ALSO RADIO CITY AND RADIO SCOTLAND)
LORNE KING
MIKE LENNOX
JOHN PEEL
EARL RICHMOND
MARK ROMAN
JOHN SEDD
KEITH SKUES
BUD BALLOU
NORMAN ST.JOHN
ED 'STEWPOT' STEWART
TOMMY VANCE
WILLY WALKER
RICHARD WARNER
ALAN WEST
TONY WINDSOR
JOHN YORK
TONY ALLAN
PAUL BERESFORD
ALAN BLACK
JIM BLAIR
PETER 'BOOTS' BOWMAN
DOUG CARMICHAEL
ROGER GALE
DREW HAMLYN
BEN HEALY
STUART HENRY
MEL HOWARD
JOHN KERR
DAVID KINNAIRD
JIMMY MACK
LARRY MARSHALL
JACK MCLAUGHLIN
TONY MEEHAN
STEVIE MERIKE
RICHARD PARK
MIKE SPEAKE
CATHY SPENCE
BOB SPENCER
KEITH TAYLOR
BRYAN VAUGHAN
BRIAN WEBB
CHARLIE WHITE
EDDIE WHITE
TIM YAIL (GRAHAM JOHNS)
PAUL YOUNG
MARK WEST (WESLEY)
BRIAN MCKENZIE
         
K-I-N-G RADIO
RADIO ESSEX / BBMS
RADIO ENGLAND
EDDIE HINKINS
MIKE RAVEN
FRANK SMITH (EDDIE GEROLD)
JOHN ROSS BARNARD
CLIVE BERRY
BRUCE FORD
BRUCE HOLLAND
JOHN STEWART (ASTON)
JAY THOMPSON
JEFF TYSE
STEPHEN WEST
JOHN MCGOWAN
PAUL LEEVEY
MARK HAMMERTON (SLOANE)
JONATHAN HARVEY
MANDY RAVEN
SHELDON JAY
ROGER GOMEZ
PETER GLOSIT
BRIAN CULLINGFORD
JOHN ASTON
GREG BANKS (BANCE?)
RICHARD PALMER
MARK WEST (WESLEY)
JERRY ZEELER
GUY HAMILTON
VINCE ALLEN
DAVID SINCLAIR
ROGER SCOTT (ARNOLD LAYNE)
MICHAEL CANE (MARTIN KAYNE)
DICK DICKSON (ALSO ON RADIO CITY)
ROY BATES
JOAN BATES
TONY MANDELL
JOHN KNIGHT
GRAHAM JOHNS (TIM YAIL)
CHRIS STEWART (JOHN ASTON)
HARRY PUTNAM
VAN STERLING
PETER LANE (MARTIN MACGREGOR)
GUY VERNON
JOHN ASTON
CHUCK BLAIR
ERROL BRUCE
ROGER DAY
LARRY DEAN (FRANK LASETER)
GRAHAM GILL
ED MORENO
RON O'QUINN
RICK RANDALL
ALAN ROBERTS
RON ROSE
JERRY SMITHWICK
GARY STEVENS (ALSO RADIO CITY)
JOHNNIE WALKER
JACK CURTISS
'BOOM BOOM' BRANNIGAN (ROBERT KLINGEMAN)
BILL BERRY
ALAN BLACK (NEWS)
JOHN ROSS BARNARD (NEWS)
BILL MARTIN (NEWS)
BRIAN CHORLEY (NEWS)
COLIN NICOL
         
RADIO ATLANTA
RADIO SUTCH
RADIO TOWER
CLIVE BURRELL
RICHARD HARRIS
JOHNNIE JACKSON
MIKE RAVEN
MIKE ALLEN
JOHN RIDLEY
TONY WITHERS
BOB SCOTT
NEIL SPENCE (ALSO RADIO CITY AND BIG L)
TONY WINDSOR
TED KING
COLIN NICOL
BRYAN VAUGHAN
    CHRIS GOSLING
BILL ROLLINS
GEORGE SHORT
DAVE SIMSER
GRAHAM SMITH
ERIC SULLIVAN
JOHN WATERS
         

BRITAIN RADIO

RADIO VERONICA
VERONICA / CNBC
BRIAN TYLNEY
ROGER DAY
PHIL MARTIN
JOHNNY WALKER
ALAN BLACK
JACK CURTISS
GRAHAM GILL
GARY KEMP
ED MORENO
COLIN NICOL
JOHN ROSS BARNARD
ROBBIE DALE
ROB OUT
BUL VERWEIJ
JOOST DEN DRAAYER
JAN VAN VEEN
IDDY DECKER
GERARD 'THE COWBOY' DE VRIES
CHIEL MONTAGNE
ROB VAN DIJK
TINEKE
BOB FLETCHER
PAUL HOLLINGDALE
DOUG STANLEY
JOHN MICHAEL (CACKETT)
         
RADIO INVICTA
RADIO 355
RADIO JACKIE

SIMON ASHLEY
EDDIE GEROLD (FRANK SMITH)
BRUCE HOLLAND

ED MORENO
JOHN ROSS BARNARD
LEE TAYLOR

DAVID ALLAN
ERROL BRUCE
ALAN WEST
JOHN ASTON

JACK CURTISS
MARTIN KAYNE (MICHAEL CANE)
TONY MONSON
MARK SLOANE (HAMMERTON)

MIKE KNIGHT


FEMALE DEEJAYS

PIRATE RADIO DISC JOCKEYSBirgit DavidPeggy KnightSamantha DuboisTineke de NooijMies BouwmanBritt WadnerDebbie England


Radio Caroline / Radio Seagull
Debbie England, Samantha Dubois, Charlotte Ribbelink, Monique van Dijk, Diane Lauren, Marty Wright, Susan Charles, Fiona Jeffries, Stevie Lane, Caroline Martin, Jamie King, Jackie Lee, Rowena Wild, Judy Murphy, Melanie McArthur, Cherrie Marshall, Tracey (Jones), Louise Roberts, Kim Frazier, Ellen the Cook, Barbara Johnson, Kathy Kirby, Julie Grant, Twinkle, Alma Cogan, Cleo Laine, Cilla Black, Patty Labelle, Sana Leone, Linda Lawrence, Marjo (Marcus), Jennie McKenzie, Sue Mercer, Jenny (Conway), Ann Shelton, Sylvan, Marina Wail, Anka (voice overs), Marianne Faithfull, Cathy McGowan, Marilyn Rickard, Vera Llynn, Chris Carson, Erin Kelly, Liz West (plus The Laserettes who did one show on Caroline)


REM RTV Noordzee
Sonja van Proosdij, Hetty Bannink, Marijke Philips, Marianne Bierenbroodspot
Radio Monique / Radio 819 / Radio 558
Mirjam Verhoef, Elly van Amstel, Conny Vandenbos, Ria Valk, Marijke van Breemen, Thea Pentelman, Loekie Knol, Esther, Annie de Reuver
DCR
Hannah Bjarnhof, Nette Shreiner


Radio Delmare
Astrid de Jager
RNI
Elke, Louise Quirk, Jane Valentine, Sheila Ross, Willeke Alberti, Hennie Spijker, Meta de Vries
Laser
Jessie Brandon, Holly Michaels, Liz West, Chris Carson, Erin Kelly, Jonell (Pernula), Mary Turner, Brandie Lee


Radio Atlantis
Mona, Debbie England, Linda Anderson
Radio Antwerpen
Terry Randell, Mini Hybrechts, Barbo van Horn
Radio London
Kathy (Golden Oxo Show), Jane (Petticoat show)
Radio Scotland
Cathy Spence, Catherina Scott, Moira Brioday (The One o'Clock Gang)


Radio City / Radio Sutch
Candy Calvert, Peggy Knight (Linda Bass), Susan Calvert, Janice NichollsTamara Harrison
Radio 390
Mandy Raven, Samantha Leigh, Mary Simone
Radio Mi Amigo
Michelle, Haike Dubois (Loes), Hanny van de Rekels
Voice of Peace
Tara Jeffries, Linda Mason, Sally Cahm, Else
Radio Syd
Britt Wadner, Conny Wadner


Radio Nord
Puck, Karin Juel, Raya Ravell, Mona Krantz, Chris Wählström, Christina Grunberg
Radio Mercur
Birgit David, Gitte Muller, Hannah Ralf, Helle Schmidt, Jytte Weiss, Grethe Sonk, Ida, Käte Mundt, Lilly Broberg, Lise Reinaud, Inger Marie, Clara Pontoppidan.


Radio Veronica
Ellen van Eck, Mies Bouwman, Brenda, Ellen, Anuschka, Tineke de Nooij, Ger Ann Verweij, Ageeth Scherphuis, Annie M.G. Schmidt, Jasperina de Jong, Netty Rosenfeld, Hetty Blok, Karin Kraaykamp, Ida de Leeuw van Rees, Pia Beck, Jacqueline Hoes, Isabelle, Erny Köhlers,
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Enny Mols de Leeuwe, Dimitra, Stella, Conny Stuart, Lies, Elisabeth Mooi, Doctor Fantastica, Marjan Berk, Yvonne, Silvia, Laura, Edith Pels, Loes en Marga






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