The thrilling story of how one radio ship was home to 11 different radio stations over its 21 years offshore.
Launch & operate your own station
Internet Radio 2016, or How to Launch and Operate your own Station, (web, online, internet or streaming) is the lmost up-to-date guide to exciting new media opportunities.
This is a fully comprehensive guide that considers the very latest radio scene, how radio transmission has divided into two very different routes. And its now available as a hard copy book, or as an E-Book.
'Printed Book' edition now available
for many other books
of interest to radio afficionados
I couldn't put this book down the morning that I got it!
Laser & Caroline DJ,
Engineer & film actor
Books for radio afficionados
Click covers for more information
LASER attracted ten million listeners in the 1980s. This book tells how it happened. All the details of the format, the programming techniques and secrets, the Laser 'hot clocks' and more!
The book also has biographical details of all the DJs and their photographs. It concludes a copy of the LASER Operations Manual and gives details of LASER activities since the 1980s.
Who else used the Laser name, and how did Laser change British radio forever?
Read all about the massive changes to the output of radio stations brought about by Laser and how the British Government ordered the commercial radio structure to be changed and new national, regional and community stations launched.
An essential read for any radio programmer or enthusiast who wants to know what makes a successful radio station tick!
For full details of
Radio Adventures of the MV Communicator
COMING SOON from World of Radio
This book sold over 12,000 copies on its release in 1984, when Laser 558 was at its peak. Out of print since, it has been in high demand with copies selling for almost £100 each on E-Bay. Soon you can get a copy yourself and add it to your radio bookshelf. (To be reprinted in 2019)
Internet Radio 2016
Is available as an e-Book
or a printed 276 page book
This former survey ship spent three years off the Thames estuary where it was blockaded, spied on, taken over and arrested, suffered countless storms but won millions of listeners. After being fitted with a more robust aerial in Holland, it was licensed for a 50 kW transmitter. She then had a further 8 years as the home of several radio stations in the Netherlands before a final tour of duty in the Orkney islands in Scotland as The Superstation.
Reprint of Sir Hans Knot's excellent book, telling about the successful times of Laser 558. The best radio book of 2009, Hans' book has been out of print for many years - soon you can buy a copy for yourself when we reprint it, in early 2019.