Great sit brings back loads of memeories. Radio Luxemburg was my preferite radio when I was young. That night we went to the Blow Up Club in the center of Luxembourg. I liste to radio There we asked if this was the place of the old studio's. Radio Luxembourg was my favourite radio station of my youth in sixties and the Top Twenty on Sunday evenings stay unforgettable.
He later told the Hartford Courant, " my breathing was erratic, my voice trembling and cracking. Dick Robinson was bitten by the "bug of broadcasting" in his teens and is still going strong in the radio and TV industry at age A career that continues to span the years of the Great American Songbook Throughout the sixties and into the seventies, Dick Robinson ruled the radio in Southern New England. Two pivotal life events occurred in
Dick recalled, " I was in the right place, on the right job, at the right time. He entered debates and public speaking contests, and spent a summer in Maine with a stock theater company, appearing with Anne Baxter and Tyrone Power in John Brown's Body. On his 12th birthday his Dad gave him a portable radio that became his constant companion. Legends Through his primary business, the Connecticut School of Broadcasting , which he founded in , he is responsible for thousands of broadcast careers — including many professionals heard daily on major radio stations and TV networks locally and nationwide.
One of the most gregarious, gracious, charming, talented — and altogether colorful — characters one could ever encounter has proof that there is still a palpable interest out there by people wanting to chase a career in the still magical world of radio. Barry Alldis and Cliff Richard. Love Radio Luxemburg; glad to have you back again. Of course the power of the two Telefunken medium-wave transmitters, with the antenne on the high mountain of Marnach, was important too; with the power of Kilowatt And there we met Tony Prince and Paul Burnett again. They wanted to leave here being the next mega-star but we had to tell them that was not going to be the first job.