I wish Bob Le Roi all the best – his website is a great source of information on all things fort based! He also does some great RSLs in the form of Red Sands, and is an entertaining broadcaster to boot!
Welcome to the September/October Update
Unbelievable we’re 10!
September 2000 saw the 1st site pages published, laying the foundations for what’s grown to become a source of research, reference, interest & study
Thank you for your contributions, support & encouragement
Thank you too for the positive reactions to Red Sands Radio 2010 & visiting the site throughout July & August for the continuous updates
We had 1000’s of world-wide listeners and viewers which greatly heartened us; the website’s still ‘live’ as a prime source for What’s going on in Kent at http://www.redsandsradio.co.uk
‘Scrapbook’ this month has part 15 of our Red Sands Radio feature with the making of a new TV programme for a young audience which has a strong element of Offshore Radio
We conclude our special feature produced in conjunction with Michael of Sealand, the story comes up to date from the 1990’s up to today
‘One Subject One Link’ has a contribution from a Cornish listener/viewer bemoaning National Music Radio
In the ‘Record Store’ we’ve dug out of our comprehensive library a selection of rare ‘House Albums’. In the ‘CD Rack’ we’ve a brilliant triple Lonnie Donegan CD & the best of The Drifters
With closed season fast approaching it’s the last chance to book a sailing in the Thames Estuary in ‘Boat Trips’
Finally, thanks to Hans, always 1st to promote our work & his excellent Newsletter from Gronningen
As always enjoy your visits