The following pages are devoted to special memories of Radio Caroline in the Sixties.

If you have a particular memory of something that happened while listening to Radio Caroline, or have unearthed some rare memorabilia, please click on the button, right, and let us know!
Page One: articles and photos from the 'Daily Sketch' dated January 10th and 11th, 1967
Page Two: (includes) 'Take a Trip to a Swinging Ship' and a 'bad-looking bunch' of Caroline DJs!
Page Three: a lovely collection of nostalgic photos
Page Four: Rescanned Shoreline poster. Chesterfield Gardens revamped a naked lady at Wimbledon Palais!
Page Five: (includes) memories of the North ship and a giggling Gordy Cruse!
Page Six: (includes) banners from 199 and 259, the Fredericia 'rocks and rolls' and a picture of a handsome young pirate lad!
Page Seven: has photos of a special item of Caroline North memorabilia
Page Eight: Hans Knot shares a special story about two valuable items from the Mi Amigo
Page Nine: A page devoted to Penny Bowskill and her late husband, Jason Wolfe. In 2015, she was delighted to receive a surprise gift
Page Ten: Hip Ship Blues: The full story of Jimmy Smith's famous appearance aboard the Mi Amigo. Alan Hardy's interview with Tony Thorpe
Page Eleven: A Caroline North QSL card, Tony Blackburn explains in a letter why he's joining Big L, Colin Nichol writes about Ken Evans, Alan Crawford writes to Ronan about a transmitter and the Mi Amigo sinks.
Page Twelve: Admiral Robbie Dale shares the contents of his personal photo album

All contributions for our offshore scrapbooks will be gratefully received.
The Radio London scrapbook is here.