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Ocean Sound This Week No.80: Programme 80 of a weekly news and sports review

Ocean Sound This Week No.80: Programme 80 of a weekly news and sports review
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8 May 1988 at 19:00
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 80 Programme 80 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 8 May 1988. Presented by PETE WARDMAN. 00:01-01:15 - Introduction. 01:17-03:16 -Report on Local Election results by ALISON HOLT. Win by Labour in Southampton; Liberal Democrats win Eastleigh; Conservatives in Portsmouth and Hung Council in Winchester. 03:24-06:40 - Rising Crime in Hampshire. JOHN DUKE, Chief Constable, gives a report and complains of shortage of police. 06:50-12:47 - Renewed IRA campaign in Europe. FRANK GREGORY talks to ADAM HARDING about the Terror Campaign. 13:44-19:09 - Hypnotherapy - JENNIFER BOURNE, Curative hypnotherapist discusses with Kenneth MacAllister what hypnotherapy is. 19:12-20:48 - Sale of Portsmouth City Transport Bus Company. JOHN MACINTYRE talks to workers concerned about purchase of the Company. 20:53-24:18 - Farming on Isle of Wight. MALCOLM and LIZ ATTRILL tell MARIE ALLEN about cheese and yoghurt products from Sheeps Milk. 28:08-32:10 - Review of week’s news and sport by KAREN WOODS. 33:18-36:26 - New Head of Marketing for Mayflower Theatre. JOHN MACINTYRE reports. 36:28-42:55 - FERN BRITTEN talks to KAREN WOODS about her career and her choice of Lovely Day, by Bill Withers. 43:00-47:09 - Network Chart Music Survey. New No 1, Fairground Attraction singing Perfect. 47:34-49:34 - Closing Announcements and Music. [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 7-9 mins; 10-14 mins.
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1:00 min, Track 5; Gauge:- 1/8 inch tape
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Ocean Sound
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John Duke; Frank Gregory; Jennifer Bourne; Malcolm Attrill; Liz Attrill; Fern Britten
Karen Woods; Alison Holt; Adam Harding; John MacIntyre; Marie Allen
Pete Wardman

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