Ocean Sound This Week No.78: Programme 78 of a weekly news and sports review

Ocean Sound This Week No.78: Programme 78 of a weekly news and sports review
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24 Apr 1988 at 19:00
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 78 Programme 78 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 24 April 1988. Presented by ADAM HARDING. 00:01-01:13 - Introduction. 01:14-03:54 -Hampshire Mother Makes Appeal to Help Solve a Double Murder at Petersfield. JOHN MCINTYRE reports on the murders of PETER THURGOOD and LINDY BENSTEAD. 03:59-07:31 - Isle of Wight Pop Festival - A report by JEAN PAUL HANSFORD on plans by MARK SARP to set up the Festival again this year to raise money for Hospital funds. 08:16-10:51 - Hampshire Bus Deal at Portsmouth. SHIRLEY WARD reports on Southern Vectis withdrawal from the deal. MIKE KENDALL, Assistant Secretary from Southern Vectis talks about the problems of buying the Company. Transport Union spokesman, ALEC HODDER, is very annoyed about the breakdown in negotiations and possible loss of jobs. 11:00-17:23 - Holiday Insurance - EDDY MOSELEY talks to PENNY GOWER about the pitfalls of holiday insurance and what to look for. 17:25- 22:50 - Australian Guide: Book to the New World. STEVE KING talks to book’s author ROBERT TREVORLEN. 22:58-26:11 - Kuwaiti B747 Hijack. SCOTT STILLWELL and ELAINE MACINTOSH, two realeased hostages. SCOTT STILLWELL’s mother talked about their experiences and her reactions and feelings. 26:52-36:00 - Review of news and sport by KAREN WOODS. 37:00-41:39 - Rhyme and Reason in the Grand National. ADAM HARDING talks to Trainer, DAVID ELSWORTH about the Race. 41:46- 44:45 - Isle of Wight Cheer-Leaders from Charles Hampton School. JEAN PAUL HANSFORD talks to Mrs Hampton about cheer-leading. 44:52-50:54 [end] Network Chart Music Survey - New No 1 - S Express with theme from’S-Express. No Closing Announcements. [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 9-14 mins. No tracks 5 and 6 [outro and programme trail]
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Karen Woods; Jean Paul Hansford; Adam Harding; Penny Gower; John McIntyre; Shirley Ward; Steve King
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