Broadcasting of States' Meetings: Experiment, lodged by Senator J S Rothwell.

Reference: C/A615/1985/P93

Date: August 20th 1985 - August 20th 1985

Broadcasting of the Debate on the Review of Housing Policy, lodged by Senator R J Shenton.

Reference: C/A615/1985/P96

Date: August 27th 1985 - August 27th 1985

Broadcasting of States' Meetings: Experiment, lodged by the Broadcasting Committee.

Reference: C/A616/1986/P66

Date: May 13th 1986 - May 13th 1986

Broadcasting of States' Meetings, lodged by the Broadcasting Committee.

Reference: C/A617/1987/P28

Date: February 10th 1987 - February 10th 1987

Radio Jersey. Morning Thought for Easter Week. Bishop of Winchester/Exercise Tape

Reference: D/G/C12/2/2

Date: March 28th 1983 - April 4th 1987

Photographs of the Radio Jersey control tower at Corbiere and the new Port Control Tower at St Helier Harbour

Reference: D/Q/S25/6

Date: 1988-11 - 1988-11

Images of journalists from BBC Radio Jersey conducting interviews with members of the public in the Central Market.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/2/3664

Date: April 7th 1977 - April 7th 1977

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/3664.

Images of the Radio Jersey studio at Summerland.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/237

Date: January 29th 1982 - January 29th 1982

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/237.

Images of the new Radio Jersey station studio at Summerland, with the team of three producers, presenters and engineers, Peter Gore, Mike Vibert, and Mike Warr [images F-I] [from JEP 24/02/82 p.5]

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/427

Date: February 19th 1982 - February 19th 1982

Photographer: Peter Mourant

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/427.

Images of Mike Warr at the controls in the Radio Jersey studio [from JEP 13/03/82 This Weekend]

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/598

Date: March 8th 1982 - March 8th 1982

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/598.

Images of a gathering of States Members and BBC officials for the launch of BBC Radio Jersey. Present at the lunchtime reception at Trinity Manor were the chairman of the BBC, Mr. George Howard, States Broadcasting Committee president, Deputy Enid Quénault, chairman of the Radio Jersey Advisory Council, Mr. Bernard Dubras, the Bailiff, Sir Frank Ereaut, the Deputy Bailiff Mr. P. L. Crill, HM Attorney-General Mr. Vernon Tomes, and Lady Whiteley, as well as the Radio Jersey team consisting of Jackie Monkman, Mike Vibert, manager Mike Warr and Peter Gore [images N-P] [from JEP 16/03/82 p.16]

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/678

Date: March 15th 1982 - March 15th 1982

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/678.

Images of a gathering of States Members and BBC officials for the launch of BBC Radio Jersey. The chairman of the BBC, Mr. George Howard, unveiled a plaque to commemorate the offical opening, alongside the Bailiff, Sir Frank Ereaut [images O-Q], Mr. Howard is also pictured with BBC Radio's managing director Mr. Aubrey Singer and his successor Mr. Dick Francis [V] [from JEP 16/03/82 p.16]

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/680B

Date: March 15th 1982 - March 15th 1982

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/680B.

Images of BBC Radio Jersey following their launch, with Peter Gore reading the morning news [images F-H] [from JEP 16/03/82 p.1]

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/684

Date: March 16th 1982 - March 16th 1982

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/684.

Images of a Radio Jersey gala concert taking place at Jersey Opera House including Les Conteurs singers, the Band of the Island of Jersey, band Nothing Really, compere Tim Pollard [image P] and Dixie Landick [image Q-R] [from JEP 18/04/1983 p. 12].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/1204A

Date: April 17th 1983 - April 17th 1983

Photographer: Gary Grimshaw

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/1204A.

Images of a Radio Jersey gala concert taking place at Jersey Opera House including possibly Rick Hudson [image A], compere Tim Pollard and Roz Forester [image B-C], the Band of the Island of Jersey [image D-E] and Dixie Landick [image H-I] [from JEP 18/04/1983 p. 12].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/1204C

Date: April 17th 1983 - April 17th 1983

Photographer: Gary Grimshaw

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/1204C.

Images of Diane Smith sitting behind a broadcasting desk at BBC Radio Jersey [from JEP 1983/01/05, p.5]. Diane has recently started work with BBC Radio Jersey.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/29

Date: January 5th 1983 - January 5th 1983

Photographer: Gary Grimshaw

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/29.

Images of the Lions Club of Jersey Swimarathon including Harold Michel of the Jersey Swimming Club talking into a microphone, teams taking part, the Rotary team including Economic Advisor Colin Powell [top left] [image F-G], the team from the Soroptimists including Mazel Le Ruez [back right] [image M-N], BBC Radio Jersey covering the event and the team from the Jersey Young Farmers Club [image Q] [from JEP 21/02/1983 p. 16-17].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/512D

Date: February 20th 1983 - February 20th 1983

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/512D.

Frank Keiller talking to Chris Stone on Radio Jersey about his experience during the occupation. Talks about the first trouble that he got in having tried to find some petrol for an escape attempt, punching a couple of german solders whilst the deportations were taking place and running away, being tracked down, arrested, interrogated and beaten over the incident and then being interrogated again at Silvertide, Havre des Pas and courtmartialled although only given probation on account of his age, helping beat of collaborator with Basil Le Brun but escaped being arrested, being warned that he was being watched, forming a group after D-Day aiming to help went the liberation took place, trying to take information on fortifications to the allies when escaping and the consequent failure of the attempt, taken to be interrogated and then to prison, how he felt at the time, resistance, conditions in prison, being court martialled and worrying about charges of espionage, describes escape from prison with friends, hiding out for the rest of the occupation with different residents, other escape plans, talks about acts of resistance and collaboration, feelings about time, his talk to the Channel Islands Occupation Society and the importance of personal stories during the occupation, his lowest point during the occupation, reasons for his resistance and how the occupation should be remembered.

Reference: L/D/25/L/31

Date: January 1st 1999 - January 1st 1999

Interview of Frank Le Quesne by Fiona Spurr on Radio Jersey. Talking about Frank Le Quesne's grandfather Edward Le Quesne, who's diary entitled 'The Occupation of Jersey: Day by Day' was being published by La Haule Books. He talks about his first knowledge of the diary, the things that appeared in the diary including personal information and thoughts on the formation of the Superior Council during the war, why he decided to publish the diary and the encouragement he received from Michael Ginns, the fact that the diary was published unedited with compementary footnotes by Michael Ginns, his position in the Superior Council as head of the Department of Labour, his position towards the bailiff Alexander Coutanche, the transcription of the diary, the kind of person his grandfather was and his memories of him. Musical interlude with HMS Pinafore from the Pirates of Penzance being played as his father saw the show during the occupation and as Frank Le Quesne is the Chairman of the local Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Continues to talk about why his grandfather started writing the diary, an extract is quoted of his worst moment when the flag was lowered over Fort Regent and replaced by a white flag and then a German flag, he mentions a previous book about his life, the priorities of the Superior Council, some of the responsibilities of his grandfather, the uncertainty of the occupation, the difficulty in having to deal with the Germans on a daily basis and having to strike a balance between doing things for the good of the peopl and obeying the German's orders, being sentenced to prison towards the end of the war and his experience of the prison in Gloucester Street, his political views, being missed by the Germans as a contact, Baron von Ausfess' reaction to his arrest and release, his attempt to do the best for the people. Ron, a local who was a prisoner of war in Germany rings in and talks about the difficult position of the Bailiff and Edward Le Quesne. Frank Le Quesne discusses the point in the diary when the mood changes when waiting to be liberated and the arrival of the SS Vega. An extract from Christmas 1944 is giving prices of the black market and a comparison to the difficulties in other countries today is made.

Reference: L/D/25/L/37

Date: 1999-12 - 1999-12

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