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Ian appeared on the various Radio London restricted service re-creations and, between 20, was on the station known as Big L which broadcast to the UK from an AM transmitter in Holland.
We have more recent photos of Ian at the Radio London 40th birthday party, the Radio Academy Celebration of Offshore Radio, Radio London 50th birthday gathering and the Offshore 50 reunion.
He stayed with Radio London until the end, although he was on shore-leave on the actual last day, his final programme being on 7th August.From there he moved to Capital Radio, where he combined a career in sales with regular programmes on air, using his real name of Ian Davidson.Since then he has been employed by a number of stations throughout the south of England, including Radio Mercury in Crawley, County Sound Guildford, 210-FM Reading, KFM Tonbridge and Delta Radio in Haslemere, mainly working as a salesman but often finding time to broadcast as well.Some photos from Robbie's own collection are available here and there are some more recent photos taken at Caroline's 40th birthday party, the Radio Academy Celebration of Offshore Radio and the Offshore 50 reunion. Thanks to Geoff Toon for some of the above information.) Born in Sydney, Australia, on 5th June 1935, Ian's first job was with a music publisher but he always wanted to work in radio.He started with station 2RG in Griffith, New South Wales, a small country station where he turned his hand to everything: sales, sports reporting, script writing and broadcasting.