I am looking forward to it. My sadness is that Radio Luxembourg did fade out. I think had it not been for this reception problem, it would have been a greater rival to the BBC. I sometimes heard other versions of records. And before it did go more for the disc jockey programmes, I well remember adventure broadcasts with Dan Dare, Hopalong Cassidy, Oson Welles with stories from the Black Museum, and a series with Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.
Just seen your comment. Thankyou for your information.
In the meantime, I heard the programme. Fascinating stuff. I am looking forward to next weeks programme.
PART 2 IS ON TOMORROW - BBC Radio 2 (June 7th) - Horace Batchelor kicks it off.
Very interesting series. Radio Luxembourg must have had something; to have had people tuning in and tolerating the annoying fade outs at inconvenient moments. Pity their frquency did this. Excellent radio station.
Radio Luxembourg; I offer you a belated thank you. Gone but not forgotten.
I used to love listening to 208 when I was young, I think it finished about 3 am and why did it play the American national anthem. And I think old bing sang " at the end of the day"