Brothers Gerald and Wilfred Barker of Norwich are forced to close their radio station down by the BBC: they recount the tale.
SLATE INFORMATION: 'PHANTOM' RADIO TRACED It's a boy - 19-year-old Wilfred Barker and his brother, detected as mystery broadcasters close down - and BBC breathes again
Semi view of Wilfred brothers besides set boy talks
Semi view boy talks
Semi view of 2 boys besides set other boy talks
CU. boy talking. Semi view of boys beside set talking
Sound Effects. Off-stage voice says that these are the Wilfred Brothers and that the B.B.C. has stopped their Sunday Broadcast. Brothers talk about their Broadcasting and says that they were just playing the last part of "God Save the King" when the inspector walked in
Crime, Justice and Law Enforcement; Young Adults; Media; Communications; Pirate radio wireless broadcasting Great Britain
Background: Brothers Gerald and Wilfred Barker of Norwich are forced to close their radio station down by the BBC: they recount the tale.
First pirate radio station closed down by post office authorities.