photo supplied by Josie Lawson
Tim Moose Bruce… Breaker one four. This is Spiny Norman.
Josie Lawson… Hello Spiny Norman.Dont remember name.Do you remember mine from way back?
Tim Moose Bruce… I was on am from 81 to 85. My handle, Spiny Norman went on to be my nickname.
Josie Lawson… Tim Moose Bruce My handle was as I mentioned in the paper article. When I moved back to Hastings where I was born the computer took over. I have always been a communicater but hardly ever face to face except for the occasional times. I suppose that’s why I write. But I do miss my open ‘mic’ poetry readings. Even then I was shy…I tended to look above the heads. Was given this advice from someone else.Did you ever have a shoulder CB..tended to be used for 10.33 times
Tim Moose Bruce… I wanted a handheld rig but never got around to getting one. Had a Jaws 2 AM rig. Quite compact and a pa socket which got me in trouble with police a couple of times with the pa speaker under the car bonnet!
Josie Lawson…. Tim Moose Bruce I can remember a gigantic aerial on the side of my house. We used to go up on Ditchling Beacon to have meet ups… Here is a picture of me up there one day with the handheld CB on my shoulder
Josie Lawson… Ah! I wasn’t in AM -I was in FM
Chris Meachen… One four for a copy…
Tim Moose Bruce… Copy Golden Arrow..
Mick O’Dowd… That’s a copy Rubber Duck!
Roy Penfold… AM only for me – Garden Gnome…wonder why?
Sarah Harvey… I was (still am) a G4 licenced Radio Amateur FB OM …. 73s and 88s 🙂
Joe Knight… Great portland st and radio at the Ashdown club now gone
Tom Hodkin… Breaker 19 for a copy .. blue devil here . Eyeballing the Smokies…
Chris van Rock… I was gun runner !! Lol
Joe Knight… G8mwf
Sarah Harvey… G4NVQ
Dave Nattress… For a few years from about 1980 living in Bexhill but travelling every mile of every motorway in the UK with my job, week after week, just about everywhere, the CB radio a friend suggested I put in the cars of the time, was great fun. It might only have had a range of 10 miles or so, but great entertainment, left on the trucker’s channel – 19 was it? Also, one did get warnings of where accidents and bears were. Great fun. There were some amazing characters broadcasting, really helped the journeys along.