Ocean Sound This Week No.6: Programme 6 of a weekly news and sports review

Title
Ocean Sound This Week No.6: Programme 6 of a weekly news and sports review
Transmission details
21 Nov 1986 at 19:00
Description
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 6 Programme 6 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week. broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 21 November 1986. Presented by MATT HOPPER. TRACK 1- Teachers dispute settled. Four out of six teaching unions accept. Interviews with PETER TIPPETTS, Secretary of dissenting N.A.S./N.W.T. and with MICHAEL PIPES, Headteacher, City of Portsmouth Boys School and representing National Association of Headteachers, also dissenting. First ever Olympic Games for the mentally handicapped to be held in May 1987 in the Isle of Wight, 100,000 pounds needed. DAVID ICKE interviewed by JEAN PAUL HANSFORD. TRACK 2- Theatre. MARGARET ASHCROFT, niece of Dame Peggy Ashcroft, and HENRY MAGEE interviewed by JEAN PAUL HANSFORD. Both appearing currently at Theatre Royal, Winchester in the British comedy Two and Two Makes Sex. Musical interlude by singer KIM WILDE - her 26th birthday. TRACK 3- CHRIS RIDER reviews the week’s news and sport. News - Post Office van hijacked near Sparsholt. Death of two women [Eileen Bond and Deborah Emenden] when their car overshot the link span and plunged into the water at Fishbourne, Isle of Wight Car Ferry Terminal. Funeral of Michael Lush, killed in TV stunt [see news item previous week, 14 November 1986]. ALISON HOLT reports on funeral. Freak waterspout at Selsey. HILARY COOPER describes. Future of ill-fated Portsdown Park Flats, Portsmouth. Downlands Housing Association pulls out of re-furbishment plans. Laings remain interested. Novel delivery of first batch of Beaujolais Nouveau to Crest Hotel, Southsea by Sky Divers. KAREN WOODS reports. Sport - Pompey loses 1-0 to Shrewsbury. Saints lose 4-0 to Arsenal. MARK BISHOP reports. England wins First Test in Australia. MIKE GATTING interviewed. TRACK 4- Two women in a man’s world. ANITA RODDICK of The Body Shop interviewed by ROB THOMAS about New Age Thinking. [Taken from The Business Programme.] VANESSA HARRIS sails in HMS Exeter as Third Officer. Interviewed by BRIAN COOK. Wears skirts on board. No problem climbing ladders! TRACK 5- Berlin Group sing You take my Breath Away, still this week’s network No 1. Leading Fireman DRURY of Shanklin, Isle of Wight, interviewed by JEAN PAUL HANSFORD on what happens when there is a fire alert. Centenary of Shanklin Fire Brigade to be celebrated by a sponsored walk by firemen wearing breathing apparatus [weight 40lbs] from Newport Fire Station to Lambeth Fire Station [74 miles]. Plessey Radar wins 75 million pounds defence contract. [Repeat of last week’s story.] PETER VENTON of Plessey interviewed by ZELDA BLAKEY. [Box 7]
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No cue sheet.
Misc. notes
Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
Production company
Ocean Sound
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Reporter
Chris Rider; Karen Woods; Mark Bishop; Alison Holt; Jean Paul Hansford; Rob Thomas; Brian Cook; Zelda Blakey
Presenter
Matt Hopper
Interviewees
Margaret Ashcroft; Peter Tippetts; Michael Pipes; David Icke; Henry Magee; Hilary Cooper; Mike Gatting; Anita Roddick; Vanessa Harris; Fireman Drury; Peter Venton

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