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Ocean Sound This Week No.110: Programme 110 of a weekly news and sports review

Title
Ocean Sound This Week No.110: Programme 110 of a weekly news and sports review
Transmission details
4 Dec 1988 at 20:00
Description
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO.110 Programme 110 of a weekly news and sports review called OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK; broadcast by independent radion station OCEAN SOUND on 4th December 1988. Presented by PETE WARDMAN. 00:01-01:19 - INTRODUCTION. 01:20-07:31 - New Ocean Sound Radio stations - The Gold AM, and Power FM. Managing Director DAVID LUCAS talks about their introduction and the steps taken to ascertain the need for near stations and the story of Ocean Sound. 07:39-12:03 - Five years after AIDS and the HIV Virus became publicised, World AIDS day was launched this week and GUY HORNSBY speaks to DR. FRED WILMOT, a consultant from Royal South Hants Hospital about what has been learned aboutAIDS. 12:08-15:01 - This week kidney patients on the I.O.W. had life made easier for them by the opening of a 40,000 pounds new kidney unit at St. Mary’s Hospital where dialysis can be performed. MARIE ALLEN interviews MR. MCNAIR WILSON M.P. and DR. LAURIE SHARMAN on the I.O.W. programme. 17:30-19:47 - FRANCIS DEBELL, owner of Blackgang chine has been fined 11,000 and 10,000 pounds costs for contravening health and safety regulations following the death of a child and the injury of another on the Pirate Ship. JANE HILL reports. 19:55- A massive Gala concert took place at the Mayflower Theatre this week in support of the Great Ormond Steet Hospital appeal. JAMIE GORDON and CHERYL BUGGY report on the Wishing Well Appeal and talk JULIA MANDA about it, and to LESLIE CROWTHER about the concert. 26:22-30:58 - CHRIS CARNEY-SMITH, the man behind the fiftieth anniversary of Signpost, the hotel guide to Britain, talks to GUY HORNSBY about the guide and what makes a good hotel. 31:51-39:46 - REVIEW OF THIS WEEK’S NEWS and SPORT presented by ALISON HOLT. 40:59-44:39 - DIANA MORAN, who was Breakfast Time T.V.s Green Goddess talks to Guy Hornsby about keeping fit and looking good. 44:47-49:15 - Network Chart Music Survey. No.1 CLIFF RICHARD Mistletoe and Wine. NO CLOSING ANNOUNCEMENT AND MUSIC. [Box 11]
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Duration
00:47:50
Notes
Track 1a- See AV35/GAML/S1 and AV35/PFML/S1. Track 4- Music at 5-8 mins. No outro or programme trail.
Misc. notes
4 racks; Gauge:-1/8 inch tape
Production company
Ocean Sound
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Interviewees
Leslie Crowther; David Lucas; Fred Wilmot; McNair Wilson; Laurie Sharman; Julia Manda; Chris Carney Smith; Diana Moran
Reporter
Guy Hornsby; Alison Holt; Jane Hill; Marie Allen; Jamie Gordon; Cheryl Buggy
Presenter
Pete Wardman

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