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The Brian Jones Radio City tribute website has been produced to inform, educate and entertain and is in no-way connected with Radio City nor it's parent company EMAP plc. All the audio and images remain the property of their respective owners. It is not the intention of the Brian Jones Radio City tribute website to break any copyright laws, but should you own the rights to any of the material within this website and object to them  being here please contact me at the following e-mail address:-:brians.audio@tiscali.co.uk
and the said material will be removed. The Brian Jones Radio City tribute website is run not-for-profit and is a private website, the intention of the website is fun, so please accept it in the manner offered.
Most of the audio on this website is in the real audio file format.
Just added, Norman Thomas singing Disco Kid and Reggae Love from 1978. Click HERE for a direct link to download or listen to the file.
And just added photos of Johnny Kennedy on page 4.
Page 18 Johnny Kennedy
If you have any Radio City audio that you would like to be included please contact me at:-  brians.audio@tiscali.co.uk  and send it to me and I will try to include it on page 7, the donated audio section of the Brian Jones Radio City tribute website.
This is a tribute website dedicated to Radio City in Liverpool. It contains audio and images which have been collected between the years 1974 through to the mid eighties. So please enjoy.
All the audio on this website was produced with Cakewalk Pro Audio software.
Page 1 Introduction
Page 2 News Jingles
Page 3 DJ Photos volume 1
Page 4 DJ Photos volume 2
Page 5 Jingles Galore
Page 6 Even more Jingles
Page 7 Donated Audio
Page  8 The Jingles that nearly got away
Page 9 Radio City Studio Photos 1984 volume 1
Page 10 Radio City Studio Photos 1984 volume 2
Page 11 Where are they now ?   (Major Update)
Page 12 Radio City Sport
Page 13 Just when I thought there weren't anymore jingles
Page 14 The Radio City audio interviews.
Page 15 The Radio City Newsroom (No gossip here, only facts)
Page 16 Radio City Paper stuff (Dial up users, there is a lot of material and it may take a short while to open)
Page 17 The Mike Green Memory Page (Dial up users, there is a lot of material and it may take a short while to open)
Page 18 The Johnny Kennedy Page
Page 19 More Photos continued from page 18 (Dial up users, there is a lot of material and it may take a short while to open)
Page 20 The Radio City interviews Part 2
Page 21 The Radio City Paper stuff 2 (Dial up users, there is a lot of
material and it may take a short while to open
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Page 22 The just about anything page (and it is)
The Radio City 30th Birthday bash audio.



Just added for 2005, The Joe Butler interview.
Hear what Joe has to say about radio then and now!!
Available on the new interview page 20.
Also just added the Bill Bingham Interview
Page 21 is a new page and includes lots of new paperstuff.


Added 18th Feb 2005, listen to City's first ad to be aired for Richard Shops, also included is a reworked version from 1979.
Click here to listen or download

Added 21st Feb 2005, a clean mix of the City Disco bed used on Saturday Night Out.
Click here to listen or download
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The Brian Jones Radio City tribute website would like to wish Mike Smith the very best of wishes. Mike was the house composer and vocalist for Sue Manning, and has composed jingles for Radio City (1979), Capital Radio (1982), Red Rose Radio (1982) and many other radio stations. Primarily though Mike was the keyboard player and lead vocalist for The Dave Clark Five.
Visitors since April 2003
Updated June 2005





MIKE SMITH
It was the late Don Allen who really got my radio juices flowing, and he is my radio hero. Don used to broadcast on Radio Caroline North just off the Isle of Man, between the years 1964 -1967.
Daffy Don Allen
Added June 2005, A scope of a programme that Chris Jones presented called City of Stars
This prog is about Lennon and McCartney. Also when I recorded the interview with Chris Jones I left the recorder running (with Chris's permission) and you can also hear the results of that conversation within the same file.
City of Stars here.

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HERE to hear or download the Smooth FM in-house compilation (to which I've made a contribution to) to celebrate Dave Lincoln's 30 year annivarsary as a professional broadcaster.

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