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Ocean Sound This Week No.94: Programme 94 of a weekly news and sports review

Title
Ocean Sound This Week No.94: Programme 94 of a weekly news and sports review
Transmission details
14 Aug 1988 at 19:00
Description
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 94 Programme 94 of a weekly news and sports review called OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK broadcast by independent radio station OCEAN SOUND on 14th August 1988 Presented by PETE WARDMAN. 00:01-01:14 - INTRODUCTION. 01:18-03:30 -Southamptons inner city Rapid Transit System is expected to cost 45m pounds. Deputy Council Leader DAVE BULL talks about plans to build the system. 03:40-06:06 - KAREN WOODS reports on Westland Aerospace plans for the development of East Cowes. Managing Director CHRIS GUSTAR discusses future plans and hopes for the company. 06:14-10:38 - U.N. Troops are planning to police border ares following a cease fire in the IRAN/IRAQ war. FRANK GREGORY from Southampton University speaks to ADAM HARDING about the 8 year conflict and what the outcome might be, also the problems of policing the cease fire. 11:27-13:56 - The I.O.W. has recently been invaded by giant jellyfish. An expert on jellyfish, ROGER HERBERT, explains to IRENE OLIVER who first sighted them, what they were. 14:00-18:13 - Thirty teams of Venture Scouts from around Hampshire are gathering at the Lions Copse Scout Training Centre near Fareham to take part in an overnight incident hike. ADRIAN CHILCOTT talks to ADRIAN PIKE, who has designed an assault course which is part of the hike, and takes part in the assault course. 18:15-21:47 - KRISS AKABUSSI from Team Solent talks to GUY HORNSBY about the forthcoming Olympic Games in Seoul and all the preparations. 21:57-25:40 - Moscow State Ballet has been performing Swan Lake at the Mayflower Theatre. VICTORIA CHARLTON, chairman of the group organising the visit, tells PENNY GOWER why they undertook making the arrangements for the visit. 25:38-34:21 - REVIEW OF WEEK’S NEWS and SPORT BY ZELDA BLAKEY. 35:28-43:56 - PETE WARDMAN talks to ROBERT PALMER about his career and progress in the pop world. Anita De Lisle, sung by ROBERT PALMER. 44:07-48:36 - NETWORK CHART MUSIC SURVEY -NO. 1 : YAZZ THE PLASTIC POPULATION The only way is up. 49:08-51:10 - CLOSING ANNOUNCEMENT and MUSIC. [Box 11]
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Duration
00:49:45
Notes
Track 6 is programme trail with only 0:30 seconds. Outro and programme trail play at 15ips on most tapes. Track 2- Music at 4-6 mins under speech. Track 3- Poor quality in part of this track due to bad tape. Track 4- Music at 5-8, 9-13 mins.
Misc. notes
10:57 mins, 14:38 mins, Track 2; 8:20 mins, 13:25 mins, 1:00 min, Track 5; Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
Production company
Ocean Sound
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Reporter
Guy Hornsby; Karen Woods; Adam Harding; Pete Wardman; Zelda Blakey; Penny Gower; Adrian Chilcott
Presenter
Pete Wardman
Interviewees
Dave Bull; Chris Gustar; Frank Gregory; Roger Herbert; Irene Oliver; Adrian Pike; Kriss Akabussi; Victoria Charlton; Robert Palmer

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