...and assists Peter and Gordon in dumping a troublesome wench in the briny.
Ian MacstingRae Close friend of Auntie Mabel Radio City
A pirate captain was on the lookout for buried
treasure. After months of hard sailing, day in and day out, his ship caught
site of land, the land to which his treasure map had been leading. He
and his first mate disembarked on the island to search out the buried
treasure, which was supposed to lie hidden deep within a swamp at the
centre of the island.
Maartin 'Barnacle Brains' Kayne Radio Essex, 355, Caroline and Radio Northsea InternationalHi there, mi hearties,
And there I was thinking you had discovered TW's secret stash of rum and Heineken Larger, that had delicately been placed in 'Davey Jones's locker' in case the DJs mutinied because of a disagreement over contents of the station's playlist.
With Big L's reputation, possibly supported by many Anoraks, surely to speak like a pirate (pop-pirate style) you need to acquire a mid-Atlantic or Australian accent.
'Shiver me timbers', Mary, you're gonna get twenty lashes while roped to the mizzen (main) mast... that is if the 50kW of RF doesn't completely grill you first. Still if you reveal where those golden oldies from the Radio London 'treasure chest' were concealed you may be let off with a good 'keel-hauling' and a week in irons in the ship's brig.
As for me, I will be in the captain's cabin madly chatting to the ship's parrot while rapidly counting my 'pieces of eight' that I just earned for doing a three-hour show. I suppose riding the waves sitting astride a heavily-loaded canon brings a whole new meaning to the phrase... a blast from the past.
Well I must go before the musket-toting boys from Big L catch up with me. After all, according to a certain BBC political journalist... he who sits on a 'powder keg' must surely expect someone to light the fuse. Ah, it's time to 'walk the plank'. (Cue diving board) SPLASH!
I think I have been sitting in the sunshine on Folkestone beach too long.
Maartin Kayne aka Andy Cadier.
Hythe FM: "Your Town Your Radio". Website: www.hythefm.com
RSL Supporting the Hythe (Kent) Venetian Fete.
Long John 'Purpleknees' Edward Radio London
It was more like: "Okay, let's get right down to it' and 'yup it's a real humdinger of a swinger', not to mention 'er' and maybe 'not arf' whoops, no, he was a landlubber!
I'm sure there are some pirates that maybe spoke that way in their private moments... AAARRRR!
Mac 'The Knife' Peters Radio City
I hope you'll all be Jolly Rogering on Septembarrrrr the nineteenth. Perhaps the following is worth a small smile?
If my jokes are so great, why am I not on the wireless any more? The old ones are the best... and you don't get much older than "The Teenage Pensioner" - Peter Madison, aka 'Mac Peters'!
Ian Macstingray (Below) repells boarders
a problem frequently encountered aboard Radio City
Maartin attempts to look respectable, but the eye-patch is a dead giveaway.
Long John 'Purpleknees' Edward (below) buries all the remaining copies of his #1 megahit, 'Save Yourrrr Love', by Renegade and Renaaataaa.
Mac 'The Knife' Peters prepares to run 'is audience through with his rapier wit.