Pirate BBC Essex latest

Roger ‘Twiggy’ Day reports:

Here is what’s happening in Harwich.

Sat 12th August
Ray Clark (BBC Essex) live O/B 9-11am from H’penny Pier and deck of LV18.
Pirate Radio Exhibition on the H’penny Pier opens at 10am (until 5pm)
Meet the Pirates talk at the Electric Palace Cinema 5.30pm till 7pm with Roger Day, Alan Turner, Steve Scruton, Ian Wyatt.

Sunday 13th
Exhibition opens 10 – 5
9 am BBC Essex Quest programme starts from Harwich
Meet the Pirates talk at the Electric Palace Cinema 5.30 – 7pm with Roger Day, Keith Skues, Tom Edwards, Norman St John followed by film The Boat That Rocked 7 – 9.30pm
Pirate BBC Essex starts broadcast 10 pm – 1am With Keith Skues and all former dj’s in Harwich.

Monday 14th
Exhibition opens 10 – 4pm
9 am Pirate BBC Essex re-starts with Roger Day
10.30 Norman St John
12 noon Tom Edwards
1.30 Johnnie Walker
3pm Switch to Ross Revenge for Ray Clark until 4 pm Closedown

Neon Nancy’s Photo Album

Neon Nancy took a few moments away from the studio to capture some photos during this week, she has asked us to share them. Click on each photo for a closer look!

Bart Serlie
Steve Scruton & Ian Wyatt (both BBC Essex) tour the deck, meeting Daphne
The LV18 Garden
Paul – studio tech
Ian Wyatt (BBC), Tony O’Neil (LV18), Steve Scruton (BBC), Anton & Paul (LV18)

 

Shows at Electric Palace Cinema

Details have now been announced of two shows, at Harwich’s historic Electric Palace cinema, during Pirate BBC Essex.

On Saturday 12th August, there will be an opportunity to meet the 1960s pirates. Meet live in the Electric Palace some of the Pirate DJs who have come down to broadcast on Pirate BBC Essex. The price is £7 NC. Starts 5.30pm.

On Sunday 13th August, another chance to meet the pirates followed by a showing of The Boat That Rocked. The price for both is £10 NC. Starts 5.30pm.

Steve Scruton & Ian Wyatt talk Pirate BBC Essex

Wednesday lunchtime and a pair of special guests arrived in the radio studio. Steve Scruton and Ian Wyatt are, during the day, BBC Essex presenters, but every few years they play with Pirate Radio.

Hear the guys talk with Alan ‘Neddy’ Turner about past adventures on the LV18 with Pirate BBC as well as the forthcoming broadcast (13 & 14th August)