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Radio Victory

This Page is in Memory of Tony Power A great broadcaster and a true Gentleman

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Radio Victory started to broadcast to Southern Hampshire West Sussex and the Isle Of Wight on 257 Meters and 1170 Kilohertz Medium Wave and 95.0 Megahertz FM. on Tuesday October 14th 1975.


Radio Victory was one of the first Independent Radio stations to broadcast outside of London it offered Local News and Sport and had a good listener following, when it was announced it had lost it's licence there was a big campaign was set up called Save Our Station. Not only was it was the first Station awarded a licence in 1975 it was the first to loose it's licence in 1986.


The studios were located opposite St Mary's Church in Fratton. At the top of this web page the media player will play the first Jingle used in 1975 Sadly the Radio Authority decided not to renew their licence so on the 28 June 1986 at 12 o'clock Midday the station ceased broadcasting and these final words were spoken by Chris Carnegy "Serving Southern Hampshire, West Sussex and the Isle Of Wight on 257 Meters and 1170 Kilohertz and 95.1 Megahertz FM for 10 years and 257 days"

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Press play button on the above Media Player to hear the end of Radio Victory in 1986.

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Radio Victory

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