There is a treat in store this coming Easter weekend for fans of radio as it should be in the UK.

Radio Caroline North once again team up with Manx Radio, using their 1368khz medium wave AM frequency, from March 30 to April 2 (Good Friday to Easter Monday).

1368khz is an even better signal in Pembrokeshire since the BBC closed down their transmitters sharing the frequency.

The Radio Caroline North transmissions originate from the studios aboard the radio ship Ross Revenge moored on the River Blackwater in Essex.

The transmissions are also available on the Radio Caroline and Manx Radio websites but it’s far more fun listening on 1368khz, or possibly Radio Caroline’s own frequency of 648khz, to radio presenting as it was all those years ago and will be again.

Happy Easter listening to one and all.

Kevin Davies Simpson Cross