Ocean Sound This Week No.3: Programme 3 of a weekly news and sports review

Ocean Sound This Week No.3: Programme 3 of a weekly news and sports review
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31 Oct 1986 at 19:00
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 3 Programme 3 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 31st October 1986. Presented by GUY HORNSBY. TRACK 1- JEFFREY ARCHER is interviewed by CHRIS CARNEGY and talks about his political work and problems, novel writing and working with Margaret Thatcher. LISE MAYER, comedy writer, is interviewed by JEAN PAUL HANSFORD about Comic Relief, book which she helped to write to raise money for African famine relief. HANSFORD also interviews IAN HISLOP, editor of Private Eye. TRACK 2- KAREN WOODS reports on dispute by residents of Malvern Avenue, Fareham over routeing of deregulated buses through their road. TOM MCQUAID, Peoples Provincial, Bus Company Manager is interviewed together with ROGER HOPKINS, spokesman for the residents of Malvern Avenue. LORD YOUNG, Employment Secretary, is interviewed by ROD THOMAS regarding Government plans to get youngsters off the dole queue by, for example, the Enterprise Allowance Scheme. NICK BERRY sings Every Loser Wins, this week’s Network No 1. TRACK 3- Review of this week’s news and sport. News - GUY PHILLIPS reporting. PETER TYER, Automobile Association is interviewed about shooting of colleague, Joe Rojea? in Spain and effect on daughter who was there. ALISON HOLT reports on 2 runaway kids in Southampton. FRED SHERGOLD of Stubbington is interviewed about his decision to leave area due to high incidence of child leukaemia. [His daughter has disease.] Dr CAROLINE CAHM speaks about the effect of bus deregulation on services. Sport - MARK BISHOP reports. Football report on Pompey v West Bromwich match and interview with scorer VINCE HILAIRE. Following Manchester United vs Saints match, interview with GLENN COCKERILL. HARRY REDKNAPP Bournemouth’s Manager, comments on victory of Fareham Town over Trowbridge which will bring them against Bournemouth in next tie of Littlewoods Cup. TRACK 4- Detective Inspector TREVOR WITT is interviewed by ADAM HARDING about jewellery theft from car at Eastleigh. STUART OSBORNE-SMITH is interviewed by GRAHAM WHITE about his Destruction Derby on the I.O.W. with Wight Auto Sports Club banger racing. The Venerable ALAN CLARKSON, Archdeacon of Winchester, is interviewed by GUY PHILLIPS on why he demolished a wall at St Boniface Church, Chandlers Ford, to extend the church. TRACK 5- PAUL BRADSHAW, Managing Director of Skandia Life Assurance, is interviewed by MARK FLANAGAN about deregulation, [otherwise known as The Big Bang] of the London Stock Exchange. JERMAINE STEWART, pop singer, is interviewed by PETE WARDMAN and plays latest single You Don’t Have to Take Your Clothes Off. [Box 7]
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Jeffrey Archer; Lise Mayer; Ian Hislop; Tom McQuaid; Roger Hopkins; Lord Young; Peter Tyer; Fred Shergold; Caroline Cahm; Glenn Cockerill; Trevor Witt; Stuart Osborne Smith; Alan Clarkson; Paul Bradshaw; Jermaine Stewart
Guy Hornsby
Karen Woods; Mark Bishop; Alison Holt; Guy Phillips; Jean Paul Hansford; Chris Carnegy; Rod Thomas; Adam Harding; Graham White; Mark Flanagan; Pete Wardman

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