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Ocean Sound This Week No.105: Programme 105 of a weekly news and sports review

Title
Ocean Sound This Week No.105: Programme 105 of a weekly news and sports review
Transmission details
30 Oct 1988 at 19:00
Description
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO.105 Programme 105 of a weekly news and sports review called OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK; broadcast by independent radio station OCEAN SOUND on 30th October 1988. Presented by PETE WARDMAN. 00:01-01:15 - INTRODUCTION. 01:17-02:54 - Three I.R.A. terrorists have been convicted at Winchester for plotting the murder of TOM KING. GARETH FURBEY has been following the trial and reports. 03:03-06:50 - MICHAEL COLVIN, M.P. for Romsey, has been giving his views to ELENA CURTI about the possible future of the Fawley B coal fired power station. 06:55-11:50 - PETER VIGGERS, M.P. for Gosport talks to GUY HORNSBY about his objectives for the new parliamentary term and in particular for providing married quarters for sailors in hospital and for other improvements in the Gosport area. 12:51-16:32 - JOHN PERRY has been installed as the new Bishop of Southampton. He tells HOWARD HUGHES about his views on the drop in church attendances and how it should be improved. 16:35-20:02 - Portsmouth Cathedral has just launched an appeal for 3m pounds to complete the West end of the cathedral. The Very Rev. David Stancliffe believes that the work is necessary for both the church and the City. He tells TIM EADY about the proposals. 20:10-23:22 - Ocean Sound Voteline Today, asked Should prisoners serve their full term in prison. BILL CHARLTON, Gosport solicitor, explains the present system to CHERYL BUGGY. 23:23-30:12 - On the I.O.W. three jails house thousands of prisoners. Some are now being allowed out of jail. MARIE ALLEN went to Camp Hill prison in Newport to discuss Community Projects for prisoners with Prison Officers. 31:05-38:21 - Review of week’s news and sports presented by KAREN WOODS. 39:23-44:26 - MARIE ALLEN and STEVE COATES visit Arreton Manor on I.O.W. to investigate the stories of ghostly experiences to celebrate Halloween; this is the tale of MICHAEL MOORE who was executed in the 18th Century. 44:33-48:53 - Network Chart Music Survey - No. 1 Orinoco Flow, by Enya. 49:19-50:02 - CLOSING ANNOUNCEMENT AND MUSIC. [Box 11]
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Duration
00:49:12
Notes
Track 4- Music at 6-9 mins. No programme trail.
Misc. notes
1:00 min, Track 5; Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
Production company
Ocean Sound
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Interviewees
Peter Viggers; John Perry; Michael Colvin; David Stancliffe; Bill Charlton
Reporter
Karen Woods; Marie Allen; Steve Coates; Cheryl Buggy; Tim Eady; Gareth Furbey; Howard Hughes
Presenter
Pete Wardman

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