Hard-Core-DX.com: British tribute show for EMR founder Tom Taylor

British tribute show for EMR founder Tom Taylor

Wednesday, March 07 2018

On 18th of March at 11:00 hs UTC on 7330 kHz:
British tribute show for EMR founder Tom Taylor (re-edit)

Many of DXers played with small transmitters in their youth - but only a few of them could broadcast their programmes via 100 Kilowatt in later years. The offshore radio stations of the sixties - especially Radio Caroline - gave numerous fans the idea to produce their own free radio. One of them became a legend, as he could please Europe's free radio fans with more than 300 shows for "European Music Radio" in over 40 years. He took the step from being a "pirate" to an impressive renter of broadcasting times that can be heard all over Europe. As the station's founder he listened to the name Tom Taylor - as DJ he called himself Barry Stephens. On February 12th, this warm-hearted and helpful free-radio-maker was buried in Semington, Trowbridge, Great Britain.

A number of English-speaking radio colleagues have joined forces to create a tribute show about relays all over Europe. An hour-long version of this English-language compilation will be broadcasted by Radio Joystick on 18th of March 2018 at 11 hs UTC on 7330 kHz.

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