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Ocean Sound This Week No.70: Programme 70 of a weekly news and sports review

Title
Ocean Sound This Week No.70: Programme 70 of a weekly news and sports review
Transmission details
28 Feb 1988 at 19:00
Description
Ocean Sound This Week No.70 Programme 70 of a weekly news and sports review Called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 28 February 1988. Presented by Pete Wardman. 00:01-01:17 - Introduction. 01:20-05:59 - The dispute about the building of Fawley B Power Station and the local reactions. CRHIS RIDER talks to DAVID SHARPE, planner for Fawley B who voices the view that there will certainly be a Public Enquiry. 06:12-11:10 - Provision of Local Search and Rescue Facilities. PETER VIGGERS, MP for Gosport talks to GUY HORNSBY about the needs for Search and Rescue facilities in the area. Also about plans for the re-development of Gosport and local road systems. 11:59-15:41 - The Battle Against Kenneth Baker’s Education Bill. Teachers in Hampshire and West Sussex and the National Union of Teachers have produced a video: Failing Our Children, to fight against the new proposed Education Bill. ALISON HOLT talks to TIM STONE, local NUT organiser and interviews with teachers. Hampshire Union President, RON SONNER also talks about the effects of testing. 15:50-21:33 - Attempt to Climb South Ridge of a 22,000 Mountain in Nepal. PENNY GOWER talks to PETER HILL from Awbridge, who is to lead the expedition, about his climbing career and the prepara- tions for this, his first climb in Nepal. 21:40-23:21 - Cleaning of the Lions Statue in Newport, Isle of Wight. Statue erected in July 1897 for Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee has become green with age and has now been completely cleaned by Power Clean. 23:47-31.38 - Review of weeks news and sport by KAREN WOODS. 32:12-38:45 - N J CRISP talks about Writing Books, Plays and TV Scripts. Speaking to GUY HORNSBY about the many types of writing involving different and styles. He speaks about his blindness. 38:50-45:02 - A Cure for the Common Cold. SIMON VIGAR goes to the Common Cold Unit at Salisbury, which is about to be closed after researching the viruses since the late 1940s. DR DAVID TYRRELL, Unit Director, talks about the various treatments of a common cold. 45:15-49:10 - Network Chart - Kylie Minogue sings: I should be so Lucky. 49:24-50:20 - Closing Announcement and Music. [Slow Speed]. [Box 10]
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Duration
00:50:40
Notes
Ocean Sound This Week, a Sunday evening [19:00-20:00] review of the past week’s programmes. Track 1- Fawley B see AV35/TBONTB/S1. Track 4- Music at 14-17 mins.
Misc. notes
1:00 min, Track 5; Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
Production company
Ocean Sound
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Reporter
Chris Rider; Guy Hornsby; Karen Woods; Alison Holt; Simon Vigar; Penny Gower
Interviewees
Peter Viggers; David Sharpe; Tim Stone; Ron Sonn; Peter Hill; N J Crisp; David Tyrrell
Presenter
Pete Wardman

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