"If the anorak don't fit make it"
Radio Northsea International in July 2001
Issue: 1 Updated: 11th December 2014
The Radio Northsea International ship, former Trinity House Light Vessel 18, affectionately named Mebo 3 moored at the old railway pier in Harwich harbour
Head Chef, chief bottle washer & deputy crew member hear his Grace Kevin Turner at breakfast
See Kevin Turner on Caroline & Radio Sovereign Italy
Watch out the "cloggies" have arrived, Ben Meijering on his final show before sailing for the hook of Holland
Sea King helicopter at rescue work viewed through the rear radio mast of the LV18
A new slant on travel news, reporting ship movements during the drivetime show!
Ships crew with something long skinny & blue in his hand!
Ah it was the hose of the sea water pump, bleeding the line of air before topping up the heads (toilet)
The LV18 Bridge Studio commanding excellent views across Harwich, Mistley, & Shotley, back to back with some lad with hair recording a Radio City tender tapes!
Rare demo of Bob's RNI Theme
'Ride My See-Saw' by Ronnie Aldrich his two pianos & the London Festival orchestra & C/W 'Romance on the North Sea'
Was never released as a single appeared on the Decca Phase 4 LP PFS 4159 'It's Happening' & the compilation 'The World of Phase 4 Stereo' SPA 32
Deck crew Kevin Turner & Colin Lamb yarning away an evening in the LV18 fore peak
"Little Willy" Richard Palmer & "Big Dick" Palmer on the night trip
Another days end, sunset over the LV18 in Harwich July 2001
Thanks for your Easter updates. Nice to see some "new" pictures from the great RNI. Per
Radio Nordzee yes enjoyed it even though a bit smaler this time - Carol
There's more of the LV18 in RNI 1999 & the lightships that served at Tongue Sands & the fort there in Caroline 1983&4 & Eurosiege
For Radio Northsea International in the 1970's navigate from RNI Robin Banks Part 1 There's a picture of the LV 18 at Harwich in 2003 in the Sealand feature navigate from Sealand One