pirate radio

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pirate radio

n (Brit) → Piratensender m

pirate radio

nradio f inv pirata
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People Just Do Nothing is a mockumentary following West London pirate radio station Kurupt FM and its eccentric staff, showing what it takes to run an illegal business.
1980: The pirate radio station Radio Caroline, on the ship Mi Amigo, sank after 16 years of broadcasting.
SIR - There is a treat coming up this weekend for anyone who remembers the pirate radio station Radio Caroline.
The lightship will be branded as Caroline during the month of broadcasting to celebrate the off-shore pirate radio station, which was based on two ships anchored off Ramsey, Isle of Man and the south coast from 1964 until 1981.
Wednesday THE BOAT THAT ROCKED ITV4, 11PM Recently expelled from school, Carl is sent by his mother to stay with his godfather, who runs a pirate radio station, based on a boat anchored in the North Sea.
45pm A host of eclectic DJs entertain 1960s Britain through a pirate radio station, broadcasting from a vessel in the North Sea.
What was the name of Britain's first pirate radio station, which began operating off the coast of Essex in 1964?
05pm) An eclectic group of DJs are the toast of music-lovers across the UK as they broadcast from a pirate radio station, transmitting from a vessel in the North Sea.
His supporters last week began transmitting from a pirate radio station to sidestep the government crackdown.
What was the name of Britain's first pirate radio station, which broadcast from a ship anchored off the Essex coast?
RADIO Rock is a pirate radio station under the captainship of Quentin (Nighy), which broadcasts from the relative safety of the North Sea in 1966.
The Boat that Rocked is set on a pirate radio station housed in a boat, loosely based on Radio Caroline, the renegade floating broadcaster that first played pop and rock to the masses in the '60s.