Offshore Pirate Radio

Offshore pirate radio stations operated around the coast of Britain (and a few other places) in the 1960s (and occasionally beyond this decade). This is a collection of images from those times.
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Britain's first offshore radio station Radio Caroline

Britain's first offshore radio station, Radio Caroline, began broadcasting at…

Radio Veronica

Radio Veronica: Dutch "pirate" broadcasting ship at the Nord Sea.

Radio Caroline: MV Mi Amigo North Sea 1974

Radio Caroline: MV Mi Amigo North Sea 1974

Radio Caroline DJs Johnnie Walker & Robbie Dale 1967

Radio Caroline DJs Johnnie Walker & Robbie Dale 1967

Voice of Peace ship with Abe Nathan

Voice of Peace ship with Abe Nathan

MV Lucky Star: D.C.R. & Radio Mercur 1962

MV Lucky Star: D.C.R. & Radio Mercur 1962

Poster for Radio Veronica 538m

Poster for Radio Veronica 538m

Radio Caroline: MV Ross Revenge 1989

Radio Caroline: MV Ross Revenge 1989

Sunk Head fort: Tower radio 1965

Sunk Head fort: Tower radio 1965

The MV Galaxy, home of Wonderful Radio London in 1964-1967

The MV Galaxy, home of Wonderful Radio London in

Book cover: 'The Lid Off Laser 558' published 1986

Book cover: 'The Lid Off Laser published 1986

Radio Mercur 1958-62

Radio Mercur: Piratradio til søs

Radio London's ship MV Galaxy on the move

Radio London's ship MV Galaxy on the move

Nordzee Radio  North Sea 1964

ntil these pirate stations found a way to broadcast from ships or fixed maritime structures that were located in international waters and thus couldn’t be stopped by the

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