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Ocean Sound This Week No.65: Programme 65 of a weekly news and sports review

Ocean Sound This Week No.65: Programme 65 of a weekly news and sports review
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24 Jan 1988 at 19:00
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 65 Programme 65 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 24 January 1988. Presented by PETE WARDMAN. 00:01-01:16 - Introduction. 01:18-08:01 -CHRIS RIDER talks about the rape of a 13 year old girl in Portsmouth. Mother of the girl talks to Ocean Sound about the effect of the rape on her daughter and appeals for help to arrest the rapist. Also a general appeal to the public for information and help. 08:12-12:30 - Plans to revitalise Ryde Esplanade were released. Chairman of Medina Borough Amenities Committee, NORMAN BARTHOLOMEW, talks to Ocean Sound about what plans will mean to people of Ryde. JEFF MANORS, ex-Liberal Chairman of Amenities Committee, who supported an alternative scheme, expressed doubts about the scheme. 13:16-19:38 - Modern day terrorism is the subject of a book by ALAN HOE who spent twenty years in the SAS which concentrates on counter revolutionary activities and is co-author of a book on the subject which he discusses with MIKE FLANAGAN. 19:40-23:35 - Major campaign to reduce loss of life on the roads called Streetwise 88. KEITH RIDLEY and DON BRACEY tell GUY HORNSBY how serious problem of road fatalities is. 23:50-26:55 - Problems of jump-starting cars. RICHARD HUDSON-EVANS finds out how to avoid a flat battery. 27:48-34:45 - Review of news and sport by KAREN WOODS. 35:56-41:22 - JOHN HICKS from Portsmouth College of Design and Further Education tells GUY HORNSBY why there is a need for an open college and the courses available. 41:25-44:40 - School meals in West Sussex. MRS KUNSA who is responsible for provision of lunches in the county, tells ADRIAN LOVETT of a new approach via the Jessie Younghusband, School in Chichester. Discussion with Chief Cook, MRS EGERTON. 45:00-49:11 Network Chart No 1 - Tiffany singing I think we are alone now. 49:18-50:15 - Final Music and Announcement. [Box 10]
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Ocean Sound This Week, a Sunday evening [19:00-20:00] review of the past week’s programmes. Track 4- Music at 10-13 mins.
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13; 1:00 min, Track 5; Gauge:- 1/8 inch tape
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Ocean Sound
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Chris Rider; Guy Hornsby; Karen Woods; Adrian Lovett; Mike Flanagan
Pete Wardman
Jeff Manors; Norman Bartholomew; Alan Hoe; Keith Ridley; Don Bracey; Richard Hudson Evans

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