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Offline ThaDood

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Pirate Radio Ships, RNI, VID footage.
« on: January 03, 2022, 1844 UTC »
Since the weather really sucks, now, this might be a good time to check out the uploaded VID's on the WBCQ Archive site and watch, or even download, the VID's of Radio New York International. https://archive.org/details/pirate-radio-ships     The RNI one is 1.2GB in .MOV format, but seems to play OK on what I have. So, enjoy!!!!!
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Re: Pirate Radio Ships, RNI, VID footage.
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2022, 2201 UTC »
Thanks for posting this, really interesting and unique footage. Amusing to see Brother Stair in action, as it were. The video quality isn't the greatest, but what a strange project! Brings back a lost era.
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