Photocard obtained during Chris Moyles’ two year stint at Capital FM.
Leeds Football Club special sticker
A couple of post-it notes from the very short-lived Airport Information Radio (AIR). It launched in the summer of 1990 to provide traffic and travel news to visitors to Gatwick…
As of May 2009 this station is known as Time 107.5
Calendar won on BBC Radio 1 during 1984. Pages have been hand-signed by 20 DJs of the time (Dave Lee Travis, Dixie Peach, Steve Wright, Richard Skinner, Mark Page, Mike…
Sticky-backed unused sticker obtained from a staff member at BBC Radio 1. This label would have been used on boxes containing recorded tapes in the Promotions Dept.
Sticky-backed sticker from BBC Radio 1’s soul programme with Robbie Vincent. Robbie presented these shows between 1983-1989.
A nice, still sealed BBC Radio 1 Roadshow rubber. I believe these may have been sold between 1979 and 1983. I picked this one up from eBay around 10 years…
Non-window sticker from BBC Radio 1’s reggae show presented by Ranking Miss P. Miss P began presented these shows in 1985 and left Radio 1 in 1989.
In 1988, after 21 years on air, BBC Radio 1 finally got their own national FM frequency allocation. This sticker is from that year. One without the shatter effect was…
Sticker for BBC Radio 1 showing the new FM part of their name. 1988 was the year that they first broadcast on 97-99FM.
I bought this keyring on Plymouth Hoe at the Radio 1 Roadshow in 1993. It’s still in use!
The ‘red nose’ logo era. The time when Chris Evans became breakfast show presenter and Radio 1 was aiming for a younger audience. I really liked this period.
Unlike this window sticker, on-air, at the time, it was referred to as FM103 Horizon. Apparently the tinkering was to aid recall of the frequency. Did it work? Who knows?