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Ocean Sound This Week No.90: Programme 90 of a weekly news and sports review

Title
Ocean Sound This Week No.90: Programme 90 of a weekly news and sports review
Transmission details
17 Jul 1988 at 19:00
Description
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 90 Programme 90 of a weekly news and sports review called OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK broadcast by independent radio station OCEAN SOUND on 17th July 1988 Presented by PETE WARDMAN. 00:01-01:15 - INTRODUCTION. 01:17-05:57 -Memorial service for Alpha Piper disaster. JOHN WOOD of Gosport tells of how he escaped the inferno. 06:05-08:23 - Police assess the results of the two week offensive weapons amnesty in Hampshire. PAUL POTTER interviews Chief Inspector MIKE HARLAN on the haul. 08:30-11:17 - The first geo-thermal heating system has been installed in Southampton to heat the City Offices. ALAN WHITEHEAD, Council Leader, tells ROB THOMAS of the massive savings to be made. 12:20-15:34 - Visit to Yarmouth, I.O.W HARBOUR. STEVE WATTS OF I.O.W. teams talks to Capt. JOHN ROSE, Yarmouth’s harbour master on the Harbour Master’s launch about his job. 15:43-17:50 - Sale of a rusty 1936 Mercedes at Beaulieu Car Auction for 1.5 million pounds. PAULINE PRICE, owner, tells the story of the car. ROBERT BROOKS, auctioneer who sold it to a Swisss business man. 18:00-20:52 - OCEAN SOUNDS Work Watch. Stuart, Alan and Catherine from Mountbatten School, Romsey tell GUY HORNSBY about their experience on Work Watch. 20:54-26:33 - Arts Work is a scheme set up to encourage people to take part in all forms of art. HILARY DURMAN, Co-ordinator of the programme talks about the project and the varying forms of activity, and other interviews by participants. 27:28-34:20 - REVIEW OF WEEK’S NEWS ams SPORTS by JANE HILL. 35:21-38:20 - The street Proms of Portsmouth, a six week programme of entertainment. CHERYL BUGGEY asks jugglers Charlie and Haggis about how they became involved. 38:22-41:58 - A summary of the two-week Chichester Festival event by ALAN LAMBOURN. LEONARD FENTON talks about the significance to him of SAMUAL BECKET; JEREMY JACKMAN of the Kings Singers talks about the background of the Kings Singers. 42:04-46:46 - Balloon Festival at Southampton. MARK BOND interviews Nick Sanders about the Festival and flying the balloon, and broadcast from a balloon over Southampton. 46:59-51:20 - NETWORK CHART MUSIC SURVEY. NO. 1 Nothings going to change my love for you - Glen Medieros. 52:00-53:58 - CLOSING ANNOUNCMENT and MUSIC. [Box 11]
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Duration
00:52:31
Notes
Track 6 is programme trail with only 0:30 seconds. Outro and programme trail play at 15ips on most tapes. Track 2- For more on Workwatch, see AV35/WDM/S1.
Misc. notes
1:00 min, Track 5; Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
Production company
Ocean Sound
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Reporter
Guy Hornsby; Rob Thomas; Jane Hill; Mark Bond; Paul Potter; Steve Watts
Presenter
Pete Wardman
Interviewees
Alan Whitehead; John Wood; Mike Harlan; John Rose; Pauline Price; Hilary urmanCheryl Buggey; Leonard Fenton; Nick Sanders

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