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Report and Proposition on Community Radio in the Channel Islands, lodged by the Broadcasting Committee
Date: May 17th 1977 - May 17th 1977
Report and Proposition regarding the Establishment of a Community Radio Station in Jersey, lodged by the Broadcasting Committee
Date: March 13th 1979 - March 13th 1979
Date: January 6th 1981 - January 6th 1981
Date: January 13th 1981 - January 13th 1981
Date: October 2nd 1990 - October 2nd 1990
Digital copy of email correspondence from States of Jersey Police Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper, and States of Jersey Police Press Officer Louise Nibbs. [Some details redacted].
Date: June 24th 2008 - June 25th 2008
Digital copy of Witness 323's witness statement to States of Jersey Police provided in the presence of Detective Constable  [Adrienne] Ruddlesden, Civilian Investigator [Rita] Adams, and Legal Representative [Advocate] [Rui] Tremoceiro, relating to her experiences during the time her parents fostered children at a Family Group Home. [Some details redacted].
Date: July 1st 2008 - July 1st 2008
Date: 1975 - 1976
Date: 1972 - 1972
Date: 1965 - 1965
Plans of the proposed Radio Jersey station on a German Bunker at Corbière referred to in an act of the States
Date: September 30th 1975 - September 30th 1975
Photographs of the Radio Jersey control tower at Corbiere and the new Port Control Tower at St Helier Harbour
Date: October 31st 1988 - October 31st 1988
Miscellaneous correspondence with the Lt Governor concerning commercial radio, the vacancy in the post of HM Controller in Guernsey and sanctions on the transfer of certain ships
Date: August 31st 1945 - February 4th 1947
Photograph of Mr Douglas Malton, Chairman of FEBA Radio, presenting a carriage clock to Mr John Weston at a staff fellowship evenning, held on the 4th March 1985, to mark John's retirement. John had served FEBA in Addlestone, for seven years.
Date: March 4th 1985 - March 4th 1985
Photograph of the old Radio Station at Fort Regent, and photograph of an operator at work. Page number 2 of Telephones Subject File number 1A of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Date: September 25th 1952 - September 25th 1952
Images of an open day at Radio Lions, the radio station at the Jersey General Hospital. People pictured include the actor Richard O'Sullivan [wearing sunglasses, Images B - D, H, M - N] and the long-serving proprietor of Red Triangle Stores in the Central Market, John Farley [second from right, Images A and L; far right, Image J].
Date: June 26th 1976 - June 26th 1976
Photographer: Bob Ritchie
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/1348
Images of disc jockeys, presenters and staff at Radio Lions, the radio station at the Jersey General Hospital, Gloucester Street.
Date: July 9th 1976 - July 9th 1976
Photographer: Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/1471
Images of comedy duo Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball visiting children with presenters on Radio Lions at the General Hospital, The Parade.
Date: September 25th 1976 - September 25th 1976
Photographer: Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/2058