Images of St Ouen's Manor, Grosnez Castle, Mont Orgueil Castle and clues to Medieval life booklet included in a Broadcasting Exhibition.Taken by Ron Mayne.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/6425

Date: January 19th 1981 - January 19th 1981

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/6425

Images of a screen broadcasting a teletext page welcoming tourists to Jersey, as well as a teletext advertisement for Longueville Manor.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/137

Date: January 17th 1983 - January 17th 1983

Photographer: Barbara Pitman

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/137.

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.

Letter from E Delavenay of the European Services Division of the British Broadcasting Corporation in London to Miss M L Norman [Madeleine Louise Norman] of 11 Oppidans Road, London regarding a questionnaire on listening to BBC broadcasts in France and Spain.

Reference: L/C/319/B2/1

Date: November 7th 1942 - November 7th 1942

Letter from E Delavenay of the European Services Division of the British Broadcasting Corporation in London to Miss M L Norman [Madeleine Louise Norman] of 11 Oppidans Road, London regarding Miss Norman's answers to questionnaire on listening to BBC broadcasts in France.

Reference: L/C/319/B2/2

Date: November 11th 1942 - November 11th 1942

Questionnaire by the British Broadcasting Corporation European Service in London concerning the reception of a personal message.

Reference: L/C/319/B2/3

Date: 1942 - 1942
Undated, c. 1942

Note from the BBC regarding inability to guarantee transmission of messages, nor specify date and time of transmission.

Reference: L/C/319/B2/4

Date: 1942 - 1942
Undated, c. 1942

Notes by Madeleine Louise Norman relating to her residence in France during the Second World War. Provides details about the BBC broadcasts in France, the food situation in the south of France and propaganda broadcasts by the Vichy government.

Reference: L/C/319/B2/5

Date: 1942 - 1942
Undated, c. 1942

Photographic slide of the credits of the Channel Islands Educational Braodcasting Service, produced by Jean Le Boutillier

Reference: P/09/A/2451

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of the production credits of the Channel Islands Educational Braodcasting Service

Reference: P/09/A/2588

Date: November 30th 1980 - November 30th 1980

Photographic slide of the credits of the Channel Islands Educational Braodcasting Service, produced by Jean Le Boutillier

Reference: P/09/A/2660

Date: May 31st 1981 - May 31st 1981

Photographic slide of the studio entrance of the Channel Islands Educational Broadcasting Service

Reference: P/09/A/3050

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of the control desk of the Channel Islands Educational Broadcasting Service

Reference: P/09/A/3051

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of the recording studio of the Channel Islands Educational Broadcasting Service

Reference: P/09/A/3052

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of the recording studio of the Channel Islands Educational Broadcasting Service

Reference: P/09/A/3053

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of the resource area of the Channel Islands Educational Broadcasting Service

Reference: P/09/A/3054

Date: 1970 - 1990

Jersey Talking Magazine-July Edition. Introduction by Gordon Young. Interview with Richard Baker, a broadcaster, about his books, music, his upbringing, the Last Night of the Proms, the popularisation of classical music and popular music. Guernsey Feature-Linda Le Vasseur looking around the Tropical Vinery in St Saviour, Guernsey with the owner and talking about how it started, where the plants came from, walks on the site, describing the greenhouses and some of their contents including pineapples, coffee plants, tea plants, sugar, cotton, peppermint and bananas. Cooking Feature-Margaret Jenkins giving recipes for cooking with cabbage. End of Side One. Travel Feature-Gordon Young trip to France on Condor 5, describing the bridge of the ship, talking to the captain, Captain Robertson, about sailing the boat, describing the jobs of the people on the bridge, approaching St Malo, coming into the harbour, landing, arriving in St Malo, passport control, sitting in a pub in St Malo with three friends, playing pinball, going to a restaurant for lunch, going to Rennes and describing it, a description of the hotel where they are staying, looking around the cathedral in Rennes and describing the building and service taking place with singing from the choir, describing the journey back to St Malo, looking around Saint Sourier?, looking at the Rance estuary, walking on the beach, describing the scenery, returning to Jersey on the Condor 3, describing the journey back.

Reference: R/05/B/33

Date: June 30th 1979 - June 30th 1979

Jersey Talking Magazine-May 1984. Introduction by Gordon Young. Beth Lloyd interviewing Philip Forster, the Promotions manager at Fort Regent, talking about the 'Kingdom of the Sharks' display-how the display works and a description of the display, the Victor White Model Aircraft Collection with a description of the items held and a description of a display of spaceships, the exhibit called SAVE-with a description of what it is. Joan Stevens continuing her talk on admirals. Charles Bertram-1777-1854-joined navy under d'Auvergne and took part in 1795 at Quiberon. He was taken prisoner at that time and remained in prison for some years until exchanged for other prisoners. He was put on press gang service where he had to abduct men to serve in the navy. Well-loved and recognised at home. In 1808 a newspaper wrote a poem greeting him home. At the museum there are his portrait, cutlass, some of his commissions and his court martial in 1813 when he was honourably acquitted. The court martial was an enquiry and not what we'd consider a court martial which took place when any sailor lost his ship. Henry Dumaresq is not as well known. Born 1808-1877, the son of Sir John Dumaresq, and was born in St Peter's House. In a French Revolution of 1848, when France became a Republic, the French Royal family fled and some of them came to Jersey in order to get to England. When they contacted Sir John Le Couteur he organised getting them to safety in England on the naval ship HMS Cuckoo, which was stationed in Gorey Harbour under Captain Henry Dumaresq. Sir John arranged for Henry to transport them. The night before they left they had roast beef and plum pudding on board of HMS Cuckoo. A couple of years later Henry Dumaresq was in charge of HMS Cuckoo when it was wrecked in St Helier Harbour. It struck Oyster Rock and sank and it was his guidance that led to no loss of life and she was later salvaged and repaired and went back into commission. In 1875 he became an admiral. Beth Lloyd talking about the Talking Newspaper Association of the United Kingdom who have formed the National Newspaper and Magazine Tape Services for the blind. A pilot project set up in 1983 which was very successful and led to 15 national newspapers and magazines now being available on tape. A permanent production unit has been set up with funding and Beth Lloyd talks about how to become eligible, how long you can have them for and how to subscribe. Collectors Corner- in St Brelade where there is a large collection of china, glass and books, relating to the royal family, at the home of Peggy Dollop. She talks about how she started collecting in 1940, the range of her collection, the book that started her collection, the latest book in her collection, the china, portraits of Queen Elizabeth, descriptions of various pieces of her collection, the oldest piece of her collection, her cabinet and its contents. End of Side One. Gordon Young talking about the production of Annie at the Jersey Opera House by the Green Room Club. Interviewing Lloyd Cornish talking about having to shave his head for the role, how the show is going, whether it has come up to his expectations, the performance of the dog and whether he would like to go on to a bigger production after the end of the run. Interviewing Sadie Marshall about how the show is going, working on her accent, whether the hard work was worth it, how good the children are to work with and the dog. Talking to the children of the production about whether they are enjoying themselves, what the show Annie is about and singing for the show. Talking to Diane Powell who plays Annie about what it is like taking part in the show, what the show is about, whether she enjoys the singing and dancing and whether she has taken part in a show before. Talking to the dog. Ben Fox, Crime Prevention Officer, talking about callers to the house, not allowing strangers into your house, getting a door chain fitted, the importance of being vigilant, who might call at a house, alarms and the fitting of a new door chain. Gordon Young talking through the Lionel Richie video for the song 'Hello'. Ken Kirk-Bailey talking about broadcasting on amateur radio, how they call people up, Tony Hancock playing an amateur radio enthusiast, describing the machines from which they broadcast and the distance over which they can communicate and the difference between ham and CB radio. St Clement gave them a lease for Le Hocq Tower and they made it into a club headquarters. The Philatelic Bureau issued a stamp of Le Hocq Tower which is now a collectors item and the new penny has a picture of Le Hocq Tower, the world's first amateur radio station to be on a penny. They are spending a week talking to the amateur radio hams in New Jersey to promote the island and he talks about their reaction, making personal friends of people they have never met in their life and a special week in july when they are going to promote the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. End of Side Two.

Reference: R/05/B/75

Date: April 30th 1984 - April 30th 1984

JEP Newscutting - article paying tribute to former Senator Mike Vibert - 19/01/2011

Reference: US/740

Date: 2011 - 2011

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