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Ocean Sound This Week No.58: Programme 58 of a weekly news and sports review

Ocean Sound This Week No.58: Programme 58 of a weekly news and sports review
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29 Nov 1987 at 19:00
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 58 Programme 58 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 29 November 1987. Presented by MATT HOPPER. From 00:01-00:51 - Introduction. From 00:53-04:28 - KAREN WOODS reports on collision between hydrofoil and a yacht at the entrance of Cowes Harbour in which an elderly man died and his son lost an arm and leg. Interview with eye witness TED MORRIS. Red Funnel Managing Director, TIM THORNEYCROFT and pledges action. LES BURRELL of Solent Coastguard comments. From 04:32-07:36 - ADAM HARDING reports on KEN LIVINGSTONE’s speech on Enniskillen bomb outrage at Fareham. ANNIE MAGUIRE talks about KEN LIVINGSTONE’s attitude and KEN LIVINGSTONE defends himself. From 07:37-11:16 - Drug taking at Ford Open Prison, Arundel. JAMES SHEPPEY interviews Prison Governor, GEORGE ELLINGTON. From 11:17-15:35 - Santan - Samba Parti. From 15:36-20:15 - STEVEN OATES talks to MAURICE FLAX about his hotel complex scheme at Godshill. Angry residents say that their village will be destroyed. From 20:16-22:55 - Director PETER DIAMOND talked about the miraculous escape of former Red Arrow’s pilot BILL LOVERSEED when his plane crashed in Labrador and was waiting for sixteen hours in temperatures of -16 degrees for rescuers to reach him; although he had a broken ankle, face injuries and frost- bite, he is in a satisfactory condition. From 23:21-31:45 - Review of week’s news and sport by KAREN WOODS. From 32:02-34:50 - PETE WARDMAN talks to CLIFF RICHARD about his career and The Shadows. Discusses his song Some People. From 34:53-38:26 - CLIFF RICHARD sings Some People. From 38:27-40:34 - More discussion with CLIFF RICHARD. From 40:41-46:24 - SIMON VIGAR talks about British School of Motoring and discusses with PETER BARNES and DAPHNE BRETHE about teaching learner drivers. Also discussion with DAVE GOODALL - a new instructor. From 46:41-50:17 - T Pau sing China in your Hand. From 50:26-51:36 - Closing Announcement and Music. [Box 9]
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NB new intro to programme. Track 1- Music at approx 11-15 mins. Track 4- Music at approx 3-6 mins; 15-18 mins ref to Ocean Sound North.
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Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
Production company
Ocean Sound
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Matt Hopper
Karen Woods; Adam Harding; Pete Wardman; Simon Vigar; Steven Oates
Ted Morris; Tim Thorneycroft; Les Burrell; Ken Livingstone; George Ellington; Maurice Flax; Peter Diamond; Cliff Richard; Peter Barnes; Daphne Brethe; Dave Goodall

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