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Ocean Sound This Week No.106: Programme 106 of a weekly news and sports review

Ocean Sound This Week No.106: Programme 106 of a weekly news and sports review
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6 Nov 1988 at 19:00
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO.106 Programme 106 of a weekly news and sports review called OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK; broadcast by independent radio station OCEAN SOUND on 6th November 1988. Presented by PETE WARDMAN. 00:01-01:18 - INTRODUCTION. 01:21-04:49 - An inquiry into the controversial Adanac Park Scheme near Southampton has nearly finished. JOHN MCINTYRE reports on the arguements for and against the 250 acre shopping and village complex at Nursling. 04:57-08:56 - MAURICE BARTON, leader of I.O.W County Council, talks about the level of ferry fares charged by Sealink and Red Funnel and the possibility of introducing another rival Island based company to provide competition. 09:00-14:34 - JOHN ROMER speaks to GUY HORNSBY about whether the bible stories are true or false and whether the historical statements are correct ie. the existence of Jesus. 15:33-19:46 - The problems of Firework night are discussed between JOHN MCINTYRE and Chief Inspector DAVE HARMA from Hampshire Police. 19:57-21:32 - Plans to re-develop Ryde Esplanade with new shopping complex are discussed. Medina Council leader IAN MORGAN talks to the I.O.W. programme about the possible plans by other developers for Ryde. 21:36-25:02 - The DEAN OF WINCHESTER talks to JOHN MCINTYRE about the reduction of income to the cathedral from visitors and how there is now a deficit in the cathedral finances, which needs to be made good. 25:50-33:12 - Review of week’s news and sports presented by JOHN MCINTYRE. 34:13-39:10 - CHERYL BUGGY talks to STEVE JESSUP, who runs an edible snail farm in East Ashling, about snails and how the farm was started and how it is run. 39:15-45:57 - Waterfront are a new pop group who recently spoke to ADRIAN LOVETT about their plans. 46:03-50:25 - Network Chart Music Survey - No. 1 by ENYA - Orinoco Flow. 50:54-52:53 - Closing Announcement and music. [Box 11]
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Track 3- References to AV35/AYIS/S1 and AV35/TFORT/S1. Track 4- Music at 5-11, 12-16 mins. No programme trail.
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1:00 min, Track 5; Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
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Ocean Sound
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