British manufacturers were becoming aware of the market potential of the smaller size and portability of Transistor radio which lead to a surge of MW/LW listening.
It follows that it wasn't long before many people parcticularly teenagers found their way to the local Rad/TV shops as well as Woolworths to get their hands on some of the more popular models
Welcome to Anglesey Radio, sit back and remember the Sixties when we enjoyed the sounds of proper Radio stations that brought us by the likes of Radio Caroline North. This vessel brought us many great listening pleasures as it started it's Pirate transmissions in the Irish sea on Medium Wave 199Mtrs.
The Northcoast of the Isle of Anglesey was particularly suited for the reception of these transmissions as it was well within the capture reception area. Dedicated to those heroes of the day it seems appropriate to remeber some of the equipment we all loved and used to listen to those sounds.
This site hopes to give rememberence to some of those transistor radios and equipments.
Any contact is welcome,with anyone who remember those days, and may have still some of the old Radios of that era to share with us on this site. Feel free to contact us at the links provided.
A view from Anglesey coast line. The Irish Sea, birthplace of Pirate Radio
Long live, LongWave & MediumWave.
Do you still remember the 60's when you bought your first 7 or 8-Transistor Radio.
Someone out there still rememberes listening to Radio Luxemborg on 208mtr and Radio Caroline North
TOP 20 on Sunday evenings maybe with the batteries running low..??