Update: December 2012 - I have spent the last month or so doing a massive update of the site - the first time in over 4 years I have done anything to it! I have re-edited the "Nocturnal Emissions" and "The Correspondents" pages. I have started the very big task of sorting out the "Unofficial Recordings" page - now everything is going on YouTube with links embedded, and several new clips and shows are available with much more to come. I have also started the Jingles page and have added a brand new page called The Jim Reeve League Table. Also added a TalkSport show from July 2000. For full details of the updates, see the Site Updates page.
This Web site was created in 2004 mainly to
remember and relive the "old days" of Piccadilly Radio and the late-1980s era of
If you have any memories of the programme,
remember some long-forgotten correspondents, or any information that you can
supply for the Web site, then please post a message on the Message Board.
What's is it exactly that this site is obsessed
with? Including a history
of James on the radio.
Details of the
correspondents and callers that we remember.
THE POCKET EMISSIONS
In 1989, an official "The Pocket Emissions" cassette
was released to
the public. You can download
it in full from here.
have been unearthed of the Nocturnal Emissions
1986 to 1990. These are on Youtube - links slowly being added.
A MUSICAL TRIBUTE coming soon
In 1990, SSM compiled a cassette called "The Nocturnal Emissions -
A Musical Tribute" and sent it to James.
Listen to a selection of jingles from James's time at Piccadilly.
THE JIM REEVE LEAGUE TABLE
WHGS had a competition to see who could get the most points from
their letters and phone calls - and see some of the letters that SSM
received back from James.
THE BBC GMR STORY
In the mid-1990s James worked for BBC GMR, but on Tuesday 22nd
September 1998 he walked out.
JAMES H - THE STALKER?
In 2000 James was accused of stalking his
THE MESSAGE BOARD
Leave a memory about James's programmes on the Message Board.
H REEVE LINKS
are some other places on the Internet to find info about
This is where
you can find out what recent changes have been made
this web site.
contributors so far: Simon Sandiford-Mitchell, Steve Merlot, Martin A. Smith,
James, Charles and Simon Mason.... if you have any material to supply, please
let me know on the message board.
This site has been online since 30th June
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