John McGowan presenting the 15th July 1965 edition of Mail Boat the daily request show (duration 3 minutes 26 seconds)
John McGowan on an edition of Lunch Box (duration 3 minutes 20 seconds)
Roger Gomez presenting an edition of Lunch Box (duration 3 minutes 38 seconds)
Roger Gomez presenting the popular Lucky Numbers programme. The full tape reveals requests from a “Seymour Legg” and a “Mona Lott”! Either the King audience had a sense of humour or Roger
was running short of requests and was resorting to a few inventions of his own (duration 3 minutes 24 seconds)
Pete Glossop on Our Kinda Folk, one of the station's specialist music shows (duration 1 minute 21 seconds)
The smooth sound of John Ross-Barnard on an edition of Melody Hour from the end of August 1965 (duration 3 minutes 20 seconds)
Stephen West takes a stroll down Memory Lane on Bank Holiday Monday 30th August 1965 (duration 2 minutes 46 seconds)
Stephen West playing some of the new releases on Up And Coming (duration 53 seconds)
Among Mark's tapes were two pre-recorded half-hour programmes he co-presented with John Stewart. Called The Hammerstew Show, they are identified as being “test recording”. Mark
says: “The Hammerstew programmes were John and I learning to broadcast so in effect we were testing ourselves. I am pretty sure that they were aired but it was all such a long time ago.” John disagrees. He
doesn't think they were ever broadcast. Does anyone remember hearing a Hammerstew programme on King?
Mark Hammerton and John Stewart on a pre-recorded Hammerstew Show (duration 4 minutes 10 seconds)
Copies of these tapes have now been passed to The Offshore Radio Archive and added to its database.