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Ocean Sound This Week No.104: Programme 104 of a weekly news and sports review

Title
Ocean Sound This Week No.104: Programme 104 of a weekly news and sports review
Transmission details
23 Oct 1988 at 19:00
Description
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO.104 Programme 104 of a weekly news and sports review called OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK broadcast by independent radio station OCEAN SOUND on 23rd october 1988. Presented by PETE WARDMAN. 00:01-01:05 - INTRODUCTION. 01:20-05:20 - ALISON HOLT reports on the sinking of the Greek Cruise ship Achille Lauro and the return of the twenty Southampton youngsters who were aboard her. Interviews with those involved about the experience. 05:30-03:02 - Children at Wellow Primary school near Romsey have launched their own road safety campaign after the death of one of their classmates. CHRIS HALL talks to the youngsters and teachers involved. 08:06-11:33 - CHRIS HUTCHINGS investigates the opposition in Ryde to the re-development of the George Street Car Park at a public meeting organised by the local green party. DAVID ICKE gives his comments with others. 12:33-15:21 - Report on an inquest on the verdict of accidental death on L/Cpl SIMON COCKTON who had previously been reported as killed as a result of enemy action, in the Falklands. His mother had campaigned for years for a further investigation of her son’s death. He had been shot down by a British Naval Ship. JANE HILL reports. 15:29-23:10 - Leiutenant ROBERT LAWRENCE led a platoon in the battle of Tumbledown Mountain and has written a book called When the Fighting is over. ROBERT spoke to GUY HORNSBY about his experiences. 23:18-27:42 - In Fire Prevention week STEVE COATES joins firemen in training and looks at the causes of fire and the role of smoke as the biggest killer. 27:48-31:08 - DOUGAL DICKSON has written a book called The New Dinosaurs, and talks to KEVIN GOVER about dinosaurs and his fantasy that dinosaurs were not wiped out 65 million years ago and how they might have developed. 32:03-39:50 - REVIEW OF THE WEEKS NEWS AND SPORTS BY ALISON HOLT. 40:50-45:32 - A new game Genius, has been inspired by the Guiness Book of Records. KEVIN GOVER interviews NORRIS MCWHIRTER, founding Editor of The Guiness Book of Records, and asks how it all started 30 years ago. 45:40-49:29 - NETWORK CHART MUSIC SURVEY - No.1 Who call it Acieed, by D Mob. 50:05-52:03 - CLOSING ANNOUNCEMENT AND MUSIC. [Box 11]
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Duration
00:50:31
Notes
Track 6 is programme trail with only 0:30 seconds. Outro and programme trail play at 15ips on most tapes. Music cue sheets for this and other OSTW tapes include Onward Progression. This could be the programme theme music. Track 4- Music at 5-8 mins.
Misc. notes
1:00 min, Track 5; Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
Production company
Ocean Sound
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Interviewees
Norris McWhirter; Chris Hall; David Icke; Robert Lawrence; Dougal Dickson
Reporter
Guy Hornsby; Alison Holt; Kevin Gover; Jane Hill; Steve Coates; Chris Hutchings
Presenter
Pete Wardman

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