DE GOUDEN GLANS VAN RADIO (The golden glow of radio), the turbulent history of Radio Northsea International; author Ferry Eden, publication Marc van Amstel
It was 31 August 2014 fourty years ago that Radio Veronica and Radio Noordzee Internationaal closed their broadcasts. About Veronica has been published with some regularity over the years because Veronica has existed for a longer period of time and has continued its history until now. At RNI that was not the case and therefore it is good that now the entire history around the colorful broadship MEBO II is put on paper once. In the book, radioship owners Meister and Bollier and Captain Harteveld tell their story and deejays like Joost den Draaijer, Jan van Veen, Ferry Maat, Tony Berk, Leo van der Goot, Hans ten Hooge, Andy Archer (and others) speak about their time at RNI. It is a colorful book with 160 pages, 175 photographs and approximately 75 other illustrations and is interesting for both the listener of RNI and the Offshore radio fan. The book is in Dutch language!
The last samples of the book are now for sale at ‘Museum van de twintigste eeuw’ (Museum of the twentieth century), Krententuin 24, 1621 DG Hoorn, telephone 0229-214001. Via the website www.museumhoorn.nl there is a mail contact form.
As long as stocks last, the book may also be purchased at:
Museum RockArt in Hoek van Holland, 192 Museum in Nijkerk, Sound & Vision in Hilversum
For substantive questions about the book “De gouden glans van radio” you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org