horizon radio 1985

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Re: horizon radio 1985

Post by famefm » Sat Oct 20, 2018 2:46 am

Cheers for that I will tune in what does he play mainly? As for Blackburn he has been heard all the time over the past 50 years I have not heard Chris Stewart since 1988 and by then only on adverts

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Re: horizon radio 1985

Post by famefm » Sat Oct 20, 2018 9:38 pm

Amazing to hear after all this time sounds like he doesn't really like anything much after 1989 I don't think he will be playing any thing on the house side of things

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Re: horizon radio 1985

Post by Effemm » Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:31 pm

Horizon Radio London

Horizon Radio London Is Undergoing an Update & will be back later in the year

Please Note

The Historic Rights by Law To The Name Horizon Radio Are Claimed By The Rightful Owner Of The Name who Established it in London UK In The Early 80's.

Dateline 14th September 2020

Its 35 years since the biggest and most successful Soul Radio Station ever closed down to apply for a radio license.

We had hoped to have the full new website up today to celebrate Horizon Radios achievements and stop the silliness of the few who have tried over the years to damage the Stations achievements, even claiming they as a DJ made the station what it was.

Sadly another radio stations website had to take priority, but now Horizon Radios new website will be here very soon in full with studio and transmitter block details and the truth that some do not want you to hear.

Back Very Soon

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Re: horizon radio 1985

Post by famefm » Wed Sep 16, 2020 2:11 am

I tuned in that Sunday afternoon 15/9/85 and the future was a huge let down apart from the low power choice 969 that didn't appear for another 4 and a half years later and was nothing like as good as the 1985 945 horizon or the mighty 102.5 1984 horizon I still listen to the living past on tapes and I think it's better than trying to revive the sound now from ageing djs that never sound the same mid 80s soul stations in London were the best

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Re: horizon radio 1985

Post by Effemm » Wed Sep 16, 2020 10:20 pm

💯 mate 👍🏻 Streetsounds Radio are trying but so much commercial/ pop shit being played lately ... also the ads have started

Need a few big names involved

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Re: horizon radio 1985

Post by Polecat » Fri Sep 18, 2020 7:44 am

Some interesting info about Bob Tomalski (Roger Tate on Invicta) from his funeral:

http://www.radiofax.org/Bob_Tomalski_speeches.html
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