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Later in the 80's thay played "All Of You Out There" by Duncan Mc Kenzie.
Sunday December 29, 1991 (now twenty years ago) was a very sad day for all the true Radio Luxembourg listners. At December 30, 1992 at midnight also the satellite transmissions were finished.
A wall with a window in it divided the studio: the D. Colin Nichol showed us everything in this studio; even the studio's for the German, French and Luxembourg programmes. That night between 21.15 and 22.15 hours we were again in the studio. Today in 2012, Im an on air radio pro and mostly thanks to Luxy 208. Hi guys, Every time i see the name Radio Luxemburg, I always have a little smile to myself! We were living in different countries but it turns out we were hanging on the same wavelength.
And for the first time (after listning so many years) we saw how the programs were made. The discjockeys were English; the engineers were from Luxembourg. I heared it all nights in the 80s and till it signed off. In 1970 when i was a sweet little 10 year old i would sneak out of bed & carefully take my brothers radio & get back in to bed & listen to "Radio Luxemburg" But every morning i would be found fast asleep with the radio resting on my ear!
These discjockeys presented programs too; like "Sundays requests" , "Let's take a spin" or The Postal Bingo Show. Two were for the programmes; one was for the commercials.
And "Music in the night" (since 1 st April 1963) till closing time at three o'clock. The commercials were connected together on one tape. Stumbled upon your site by chance and have been reading numerous posts for hours. Thanks for putting this site together and for maintaining it.
At closing time they played "Maybe the morning" by Sunny Leslie. I grew up listening to 208 in the 70's and 80's, So many memory's, Well done for a great site and hopefully the great 208 will live on forever in our hearts.
After this he gave me a peace of tape with that recording. From than on I listend every evening til midnight and was always tired in school.
When Stuart Henry (with his own headphone) was presenting a programme I saw Barry Alldis (46) coming into the studio.
This was the first time in my life I met him; always my favourite deejay. But I was very glad that they gave me a copy of the famous Top Twenty Tune!
Many years I was listning to his Top Twenty show on the Sundaynight. He told me that he always started the Top20 charts with number one because the sponsors wanted it so. After him Bob Stewart had his radioshow till closing time. Finally they had left (in the middle of 1977) that old familiar studio at the second floor. Later that day on a camping in Luxembourg I made a nice recording of their stationcall.
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It was in September 1961 (I was fourteen years old) that I started to listen to Radio Luxembourg. In 1964 Jimmy Savile hosted the first episode of Top Of The Pops, and the week after its launch guested on the second edition from a Manchester Church suspended upside down from a rope with Todd Slaughter desperately hanging on the other end. I've been trying to find the name of it so I can get a recording but to no avail! I was an avid listener of Luxy from about 1970 through to the 80s.