Unofficial audio archive …

Part 38
21 – 28 October various shows
with various DJ’s on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19791024 pt1 Steve Wright (47.17)

19791024 pt2 Steve Wright (53.09)

19821024 Barry Alldis and Rob Jones (07.12)

19881024 Nik Martin (47.01)

19901026 Shaun Tilley (45.56)

19721027 Bob Stewart (37.39)

19911027 pt1 Steve Joy (62.27)

19911027 pt2 Steve Joy (35.21)

19721028 Mark Wesley (58.58)

Plus a bonus audio materials without a specific date :

19761000 Brian Connolly (Sweet) interv. (08.35)

19801000 Emperor Rosko (55.27)

19891000 Ian Mac Astra sat. RTL 1440 (36.42)

Part 37
13 – 20 October various shows
with various DJ’s on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19921013 pt1 Shaun Tilley (61.02)

19921013 pt2 Shaun Tilley (53.54)

19921013 pt3 Shaun Tilley (59.26)

19901015 pt1 Bob Stewart (47.43)

19901015 pt2 Bob Stewart (47.41)

19901015 pt3 Bob Stewart (47.26)

19901015 pt4 Bob Stewart (47.32)

19691016 Tony Prince (58.57)

19861016 Peter Antony interv. Iggy Pop (30.39)

19691017 Pete Murray 2030-2130 (59.01)

19781017 pt1 Bob Stewart (61.18)

19781017 pt2 Bob Stewart (63.14)

19901017 Bob Stewart (63.06)

19701018 Bob Stewart (30.38)

19871018 pt1 Jeff Graham (47.07)

19871018 pt2 Jeff Graham (45.20)

19681019 P.Burnett-R.Day-N.Edmonds-fragm.(28.09)

10 October 1970 –
Dj’s Paul Burnett and Dave Christian
on Radio Luxembourg 208 :

19701010 pt1 Paul Burnett (60.05)

19701010 pt2 Paul Burnett,Dave Christian (64.15)

Thanks to Archives André Blondeau-OEM
and to Hans for this audio material …

Part 36
05 – 12 October various shows
with various DJ’s on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19821005 Tony Prince interview Sir Paul McCartney (23.23)

19861005 Best of 7-Up Music Machine (63.13)

19821006 Barry Alldis pt1 (67.14)

19821006 Rob Jones pt2 (59.46)

19821006 Benny Brown pt3 (65.25)

19901006 pt1 Bob Stewart (47.43)

19901006 pt2 Bob Stewart (47.54)

19701007 Bob Stewart (23.18)

19721007 pt1 Tony Prince (60.12)

19721007 pt2 David Kid Jensen (60.11)

19801007 Bob Stewart Top30 pt1 (43.29)

19801007 Bob Stewart Top30 pt2 (52.58)

19901007 pt1 Bob Stewart (47.51)

19901007 pt2 Bob Stewart (47.45)

19901007 pt3 Bob Stewart (47.49)

19901007 pt4 Bob Stewart (47.50)

19721008 pt1 Mark Wesley (60.08)

19721008 pt2 Mark Wesley (60.11)

19901008 pt1 Bob Stewart (47.57)

19901008 pt2 Bob Stewart (47.53)

19701009 Kenny Everett (15.34)

19901009 Bob Stewart (63.29)

19721010 pt1 Tony Prince (32.35)

19721010 pt2 Tony Prince, Paul Burnett Top30 (59.13)

19721010 pt3 Paul Burnett Top30 (61.48)

19721010 pt4 Dave Christian, Bob Stewart (62.47)

19901010 Bob Stewart (63.11)

19701011 Tony Prince, Bob Stewart (66.48)

19721011 pt1 Tony Prince (61.57)

19721011 pt2 Paul Burnett (59.28)

19721011 pt3 Paul Burnett, Dave Christian (59.05)

19721011 pt4 Dave Christian, Bob Stewart (64.58)

19901011 pt1 Bob Stewart (47.21)

19901011 pt2 Bob Stewart (45.08)

19901011 pt3 Bob Stewart (47.16)

19721012 pt1 -2007-2100-Mark Wesley (52.37)

19721012 pt2 -2100-2200-Mark Wesley,Paul Burnett (59.38)

19721012 pt3 -2200-2300-Paul Burnett,Dave Christian (59.29)

19721012 pt4 -2300-0005-Dave Christian,Bob Stewart (64.53)

19921012 Jonathan Miles, Jodie Scott (63.23)

02 October 1990 – DJ Bob Stewart
on Radio Luxembourg International –
Clockhouse fashion show :

19901002 pt1 Bob Stewart (47.05)

19901002 pt2 Bob Stewart (47.16)

Part 35
28 September – 04 October various shows
with various DJ’s on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19720930 pt0 Mike-Zaki , Qui Italia (14.51)

19720930 pt1 Elvis Presley Spectacular (47.00)

19720930 pt2 Elvis Presley Spectacular (59.17)

19720930 pt3 Elvis Presley Spectacular (62.40)

19720930 pt4 Elvis Presley Spectacular (57.12)

19720930 pt5 Elvis Presley Spectacular (64.34)

19720930 pt6 Elvis Presley Spectacular (56.07)

19900930 pt1 Bob Stewart (47.24)

19900930 pt2 Bob Stewart (47.57)

19900930 pt3 Bob Stewart (47.54)

19900930pt4 Bob Stewart (47.56)

19901001 pt1 Bob Stewart (mono)(47.39)

19901001 pt2 Bob Stewart (mono)(47.33)

19901001 pt3 Bob Stewart (mono)(31.45)

19901001 pt4 Bob Stewart (mono)(31.42)

19681003 pt1 Roger Day (45.54)

19681003 pt2 Roger Day (44.24)

19901003 pt1 Bob Stewart (31.52)

19901003 pt2 Bob Stewart (32.03)

19781004 Johnnie Walker (18.16)

19861004 pt1 Bob Stewart (45.49)

19861004 pt2 Bob Stewart (47.29)

Part 34
20 – 27 September various shows
with various DJ’s on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19710920 Paul Burnett, David Kid Jensen (59.33)

19750920 Mike Verdrengh, Tony Prince (51.07)

19760919 Frans Van Der Drift Top20 (NL)(61.17)

19890919 Ian Mac first show on 208 (15.23)

19920919 pt1 Sandy Beech (45.18)

19920919 pt2 Sandy Beech (45.28)

19910922 pt1 Sandy Beech (47.32)

19910922 pt2 Sandy Beech (43.01)

19720923 pt1 MikeZaki, Qui Italia, Tony Prince (59.29)

19720923 pt2 Tony Prince (59.43)

19760925 Tony Prince talk Ringo Starr (60.43)

19900925 pt1 Tony Murrell (46.30)

19900925 pt2 Tony Murrel, Jodie Scott (46.49)

19690926 David Kid Jensen interv. Ringo Starr (16.49)

19690927 Tony McArthur interv. John Lennon remastered (24.22)

13 September 1970 – DJ Tony Prince
Sunday Show on Radio Luxembourg 208 :

19700913 Tony Prince (63.17)

This audio material from Archives Andre Blondeau-OEM.
Thanks to Hans Knot …

After many years of work at
the famous radio station of the stars –
Radio Luxembourg , the great voice
of Bob Stewart could be heard on other
radio stations, for example on Red Rose Gold :

19920823 pt1 Red Rose Gold – Bob Stewart (45.47)

19920823 pt2 Red Rose Gold – Bob Stewart (45.40)

Part 33
12 – 19 September various shows
with various DJ’s on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19790912 pt1 Rob Jones (59.11)

19790912 pt2 Rob Jones (59.48)

19890912 Mike Hollis,Jodie Scott (scop) (34.27)

19890913 David Lee Stone,Mark Page,Mike Hollis,Jodie Scott (scop) (23.13)

19910915 pt1 Steve Joy (50.40)

19910915 pt2 Steve Joy (34.12)

19620916 Billy Fury and The Tornados (12) (14.57)

19700918 Kenny Everett (26.27)

19820917 R.Jones,O.and S. Henry,T.Prince,B.Stewart (13.08)

19620919 Billy Fury and The Tornados (11) (14.11)

19710919 Paul Burnett (59.27)

19820919 Tony Prince talk with Frida (ABBA) (25.44)

19820919 Tony Prince talks to Kate Bush (27.54)

Plus a bonus audio materials without a specific date :

19830900 Bob Stewart fragments (scop)(30.53)

07 August 1989 – DJ Peter Antony show
on Radio Luxembourg 208 :

19890807 Peter Antony (13.41)

On photo with one of the worlds
best selling musicians Stevie Wonder …

Thanks for this audio material to Matt Dean …

Part 32
04 – 11 September various shows
with various DJ’s on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19710904 pt1 Romeo, Mark Wesley (59.40)

19710904 pt2 Mark Wesley (59.22)

19730904 pt1 Oliver – Nachsitzen (55.21)

19730904 pt2 Karin Feuerman – Beruf und Berufung (39.14)

19750906 Tony Prince interv. Wings (28.06)

19870906 pt1 Bob Stewart (44.04)

19870906 pt2 Bob Stewart (40.48)

19860907 Tony Blewitt pt1 (47.13).mp3

19860907 Tony Blewitt pt2 (46.55).mp3

19900910 pt1 Peter Antony (47.03)

19900910 pt2 Peter Antony (36.47)

19820911 R Luxemburg-Puhvogel Show-Axel Fitzke, Wolfgang Rositzka (25.39)

 

 

28 August 1966 – Don Wardell present
Top 20 on Radio Luxembourg 208 :

19660828 Don Wardell Top 20 (32.40)

Don Wardell joined 208 in May 1963 at the age of 24,
where he presented the ‘Late Night Luxembourg’ programme.
By 1964, he had already returned to the UK to present
the pop show ‘Countdown’ on Southern Television together
with Muriel Young, but kept in touch with Radio Luxembourg
by presenting recorded shows for the Pye record company twice a week.
‘This Boy’ Wardell returned to 208 in 1966 after the departure
of Barry Alldis and became head of the English service.
He took over the ‘Top Twenty Show’ and presented no fewer,
than 23 other programmes per week.
In 1968 Wardell went to work at Radio Luxembourg’s London offices
in Hertford Street to build up a news gathering department.
A year later, he left Radio Luxembourg and joined the record industry.

“… I went to Radio Luxembourg in 1963 as a staff announcer.
The signal went to Scandinavia, across the British Isle to Iceland.
So various newcomers — the Dave Clark 5, Herman’s Hermits,
Dusty [Springfield] — all benefited from us. Radio Luxembourg had
a Beatles show before the pirates. I think it was called “From Me To You.”
John Lennon and Paul McCartney were the spokespeople.
I got to work with them. Radio Luxembourg did very well and then the pirates
came along, mounted off ships off the English coast.
Radio Luxembourg went on the air at 6 o’clock at night until 3 in the morning.
It reached further than pirate radio, but these guys were bobbing around
on boats 24/7. So, before we came on the air, everybody was listening
to Radio Caroline, which was a boat. It changed radio in England forever.
Once the public had been exposed to daytime rock ’n’ roll, there was
a movement to tell the BBC they weren’t providing a service,
that younger people wanted and the BBC changed …”

 

Part 31
28 August – 03 September various shows
with various DJ’s on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19710828 pt1 Romeo (59.53)

19710828 pt2 Romeo, Mark Wesley (59.39)

19710828 pt3 Mark Wesley (28.49)

19700829 pt1 Dave Christian (50.25)

19700829 pt2 Dave Christian, Paul Burnett (47.11)

19750830 Peter Powell (24.39)

19870830 pt1 Tim Smith (45.37)

19870830 pt2 Tim Smith (47.01)

19900830 Jodie Scott (37.55)

19750831 pt1 Mike Verdrengh (13.52)

19750831 pt2 Chris Cary (15.27)

19850831 Mike Hollis (58.48)

19710901 Bob Stewart, Paul Burnett (63.27)

19720901 Mark Wesley, Bob Stewart (60.18)

19720901 pt1 Peter Koelewijn, Qui Italia (56.16)

19720901 pt2 Mark Wesley (62.47)

19720901 pt3 Emperor Rosko (60.19)

19720901 pt4 Emperor Rosko (52.56)

19710902 pt1 Peter Koelewijn (34.58)

19710902 pt2 Felix Meurders (63.39)

19710902 pt3 FelixMeurders, Paul Burnett (63.38)

19710902 pt4 Bob Stewart (27.16)

19720902 Bob Stewart (60.14)

19620902 Billy Fury and The Tornados (10) (14.45)

19710903 PeterKoelewijn, MarkWesley (59.10)

19730903 pt1 Mike&Zaki-Peter Koelewijn-Qui Italia (41.12)

19730903 pt2 Mark Wesley (53.38)

19730903 pt3 Mark Wesley – Paul Burnett (47.04)

19730903 pt4 Paul Burnett (46.37)

19730903 pt5 Bob Stewart (44.08)

19730903 pt6 Bob Stewart (52.19)

 

October 1981 – Introduced by DJ Tony Prince :
DJ Howard Pearce interview with Mick Jagger
conducted in Florida ,USA .

19811000 Howard Pearce interw. Mick Jagger (10.13)

26 April 1980 – This is the audio from the historic first ever satellite broadcast
of the WSM Grand Ole Opry in 1980. The show was sent to and broadcast
from Radio Luxembourg 208, hosted by Bob Stewart.
This two hour matinee show aired in the evening in Europe, Northern Africa,
and Scandinavia. Most of the 1980 Opry stars make an appearance,
along with Boxcar Willie.
The Grand Ole Opry is a weekly country music concert show in Nashville,
Tennessee, which began as a radio barn dance on November 28, 1925,
by George D. Hay and has since become one of the genre’s most enduring
and revered stages. Each show consists of multiple guest artists as well as
Opry members, who are selected by Opry management based on several
factors including critical and commercial success, respect for the history of
country music and commitment to appearing on the program.
Publicly, once a new member is chosen, an existing member will ask
the new member to join the Opry live on-air during the broadcast, usually when
the new member is performing as a guest.
Being invited to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry
is considered one of country music’s crowning achievements …

19800426 pt1 Grand Ole Opry (Bob Stewart)

19800426 pt2 Grand Ole Opry (Bob Stewart)

Part 30
20 – 27 August various shows with various DJ’s
on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19710820 David Kid Jensen, Dave Christian (58.33)

19900820 pt1 Tony Murrell (61.35)

19900820 pt2 Tony Murrell (57.51)

19900820 pt3 Tony Murrell (36.50)

19720821 Dave Christian (73.27)

19880821 Nick Abbot (59.13)

19690822 pt1 David Kid Jensen, Dave Christian (62.02)

19690822 pt2 Dave Christian (26.23)

19710822 Mark Wesley (59.01)

19720822 pt1 Peter Koelewijn, Mark Wesley (46.59)

19720822 pt2 Mark Wesley (61.04)

19720822 pt3 Mark Wesley, Dave Christian (59.12)

19880822 Nick Abbot (50.17)

19920822 pt1 Chris Holmes (44.53)

19920822 pt2 Chris Holmes (44.20)

19920822 pt3 Chris Holmes (43.10)

19920822 pt4 Chris Holmes (44.35)

19690823 Dave Christian (15.33)

19710823 pt1 Dave Christian (46.43)

19710823 pt2 Dave Christian (46.42)

19690824 Tony Prince (44.46)

19710824 Mark Wesley, Paul Burnett (60.01)

19710825 Romeo (36.16)

19920825 pt1 Sandy Beech (38.30)

19920825 pt2 Sandy Beech (50.46)

19900826 Mark Page (61.09)

19750827 Tony Prince, Bob Stewart (43.32)

Part 29
12 – 19 August various shows with various DJ’s
on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19710814 pt1 Mark Wesley (59.38)

19710814 pt2 Mark Wesley, Dave Christian (64.58)

19710814 pt3 Dave Christian (53.21)

19710814 pt4 Dave Christian (59.23)

19710814 pt5 Dave Christian, David Kid Jensen (59.35)

19710815 pt1 Felix Meurders, Mark Wesley (59.15)

19710815 pt2 Mark Wesley (59.12)

19710815 pt3 Bob Stewart (60.04)

19710815 pt4 Bob Stewart (59.26)

19710815 pt5 Paul Burnett (59.30)

19710816 pt1 Felix Meurders, Mark Wesley (58.05)

19710816 pt2 Mark Wesley (60.20)

19770816 pt1 Day, when Elvis Presley died (21.33)

19770816 pt2 Day, when Elvis Presley died (72.35)

19770816 pt3 Day, when Elvis Presley died (64.44)

19770816 pt4 Day, when Elvis Presley died (44.57)

19700817 pt1 Tony Prince (59.09)

19700817 pt2 Tony Prince (23.53)

19710818 pt1 Paul Burnett (60.08)

19710818 pt2 Paul Burnett, Bob Stewart (60.10)

19830818 Dave Christian (60.41)

19890818 Peter Antony (43.39)

19710819 pt1 Paul Burnett (60.20)

19710819 pt2 Paul Burnett (58.44)

19710819 pt3 Paul Burnett, Bob Stewart (60.12)

19710819 pt4 Bob Stewart (60.14)

19800819 Tony Prince, Rob Jones (58.32)

Part 28
04 – 11 August various shows with various DJ’s
on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19690804 Paul Burnett (44.55)

19690805 pt1 Tony Prince (34.11)

19690806 pt2 Tony Prince (14.20)

19750806 Dave Christian (42.57)

19830809 Benny Brown (66.54)

19710810 Dave Christian, David Kid Jensen (60.12)

19830810 pt1 Benny Brown (60.54)

19830810 pt2 Benny Brown (66.03)

19910811 pt1 Sandy Beech, Shaun Tilley (39.32)

19910811 pt2 Shaun Tilley (43.17)

Plus a bonus audio materials without a specific date :

19690800 Bob Stewart (13.48)

19690800 Jimmy Seville (11.52)

19830800 Keith Fordyse – Benny Brown scop.(12.13)

19830800 Keith Fordyse – Benny Brown (35.41)

19850800 Bob Stewart (scop) (17.32)

19850800 Peter Antony (21.16)

19860800 pt1 Tommy Vance – Luxy Legends (50.23)

19860800 pt2 Tommy Vance – Luxy Legends (58.44)

02 August (208) is the international day of Radio Luxembourg fans.
There is audio materials for this occasion,
which was recorded 6 years ago.
From 03 to 05 July 2015, a meeting of 208 DJs and employees
of Radio Luxembourg took place in the Grand Duchy.
The main event on 4th July was open to the public
(“Friends of Radio Luxembourg”),the event is held
at the Big Beer Company in Luxembourg-Clausen.
208 DJs took over the music and entertainment for the whole evening :

9-10 pm Luxy Reunion 04 July 2015

10-11 pm Luxy Reunion 04 July 2015

11-12 pm Luxy Reunion 04 July 2015

12-01 am Luxy Reunion 04-05 July 2015

O1-02 am Luxy Reunion 05 July 2015

At this link you can see the photos,
that were taken on this
momentous evening :

Radio Luxembourg Reunion – Peter Falkenburg BBC photos

Enjoy 🙂

18 May 1970 – DJ’s Tony Prince and Dave Christian
on Radio Luxembourg 208 :

19700518 Tony Prince,Dave Christian (41.32)

Thanks to Hans and Archives André Blondeau-OEM
for this audio material.

07 May 1970 – DJ Bob Stewart show
on Radio Luxembourg 208 :

19700507 Bob Stewart (45.35)

Thanks to Hans Knot and Archives André Blondeau-OEM
for this audio material.

Part 27
27 July – 03 August various shows with various DJ’s
on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19690726 pt1 Bob Stewart (60.29)

19690726 pt2 Bob Stewart (29.46)

19870726 pt1 Bob Stewart (45.24)

19870726 pt2 Bob Stewart (47.17)

19920726 pt1 Chris Holmes (43.04)

19920726 pt2 Chris Holmes (42.13)

19810727 Rob Jones, Bob Stewart (11.51)

19810727 Rob Jones, Bob Stewart (54.02)(restored)

19780730 Tony Prince, Simon Tate (26.44)

19710731 pt1 Peter Koelewijn, Dave Christian (59.08)

19710731 pt2 Dave Christian (57.20)

19710731 pt3 Dave Christian (49.36)

19710731 pt4 Bob Stewart (68.40)

19650801 Barry Alldis (56.18)

19710801 David Kid Jensen, Paul Burnett (30.22)

19750802 Tony Prince (19.49)

19790802 Johnny Walker (42.37)

19810802 Tony Prince, Rob Jones (45.30)

19920802 pt1 Chris Holmes (41.22)

19920802 pt2 Chris Holmes (43.16)

Part 26
19 – 26 July various shows with various DJ’s
on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19850719 Mike Verdrengh (30.02)

19910721 pt1 Sandy Beech (42.24)

19910721 pt2 Sandy Beech (41.32)

19840722 Bob Stewart (58.49)

19900722 Cass Jones (63.19)

19840723 Dave Eastwood (55.37)

Part 25
11 – 18 July various shows with various DJ’s
on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19760712 Mick Tucker (Sweet) interv.(25.22)

19730714 David Kid Jensen – David Bowie interv.(09.54)

19800714 Tony Prince – Paul McCartney interv. (27.21)

19620715 Billy Fury and The Tornados (04) (15.14)

19720715 Paul Burnett (35.29)

19800716 Tony Prince interv. Mick Jagger (40.58)

19830717 Dave Eastwood (17.31)

19910717 pt1 Bob Stewart (47.19)

19910717 pt2 Bob Stewart (47.31)

26 March 1989 – DJ Nik Martin show
on Radio Luxembourg 208 :

19890326 Nik Martin (32.16)

This audio material from Hans Knot collection …

Part 24
03 – 10 July various shows with various DJ’s
on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19780704 pt1 Bob Stewart (77.49)

19780704 pt2 Bob Stewart (69.57)

19830704 Stuart and Ollie Henry (61.07)

19900705 pt1 Peter Antony (45.12)

19900705 pt2 Peter Antony (45.09)

19620708 Billy Fury and The Tornados (02) (15.16)

19660710 Jack Jackson (27.20)

Plus a bonus audio materials without a specific date :

19760700 Marc Bolan interv. (09.27)

19810700 T.Prince, B.Stewart, R.Jones, S.Henry (61.21)

Part 23
25 June – 02 July various shows with various DJ’s
on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19790625 Rob Jones (29.09)

19660626 Barry Alldis (56.12)

19700627 pt1 Tony Prince (60.16)

19700627 pt2 Tony Prince (57.53)

19760627 Frans Van Der Drift (29.15)

19830629 Benny Brown (17.41)

19620701 Billy Fury and The Tornados (01) (15.30)

19720701 pt1 Mark Wesley (60.58)

19720701 pt2 Mark Wesley (59.59)

19790701 Tony Prince (41.48)

19720702 Tony Prince (46.32)

Plus a bonus audio materials without a specific date :

19880600 Jessie Brandon pt.1 (31.07)

19880600 Jessie Brandon pt.2 (30.04)

Part 22
17 – 24 June various shows with various DJ’s
on Radio Luxembourg (various years) :

19720617 pt1 Tony Prince (59.55)

19720617 pt2 Tony Prince, Mark Wesley (60.29)

19790617 Steve Wright (29.07)

19910618 Jodie Scott (45.43)

19750619 Bob Stewart, Mark Wesley (59.27)

19700621 Bob Stewart (45.43)

19920621 Chris Holmes (52.37)

30 April 1972 – Hitparade from the German service of Radio Luxemburg

on medium wave 208 meters in the daytime :

19720430 Radio Luxemburg – Hitparade (52.21)

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