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Welcome to the LPWS Video Vault

This is one we thought was lost, but just surfaced again, G1MTT outside Hereford Crown Court circa 1991


Here is G1MTT again from BBC2 "Arena"


The so called "crude" radio device in Aylesbury (Nothing to do with the LPWS BTW)


Herman Munster gets Ham Radio


The masterpiece by Ray Galton & Alan Simpson
Tony Hancock - The Radio Ham

Hancock S07E03 The Radio Ham from Brian Jones on Vimeo.

From 1994, quite a few loonies on this, plus G1MTT interview

Arena - Tuning In (1994) from G8ASO on Vimeo.

Freddie Mercury and Barry Gibb sing The Laughing Policeman from G8ASO on Vimeo.

This is a tape of a character that threatened George G1MTT for using channel 9 on am CB radio!
The irony that it was illegal to use any frequency in this mode seems lost on him.
George tells us that he came home one night to find a message on his answerphone with a distinctive voice he recognised, and called
this Gordon character back. He initially denies any involvement, but ends up threatening again and inviting
George to use the conversation, well, he didn't need asking twice as this was played on Channel 9
regularly by all sorts of people as it was available for sale on cassette.

Gonky Gordon from G8ASO on Vimeo.

In the dim and distant past, towards the end of the last century, there was a place called The Black & Decker Recording Studios. Long sought by the opposition and the DTI, it eluded them and they never even came close to stumbling upon the location. November 2017 has seen a box of reel to reel tapes, from the old studios, delivered to LPWS HQ, and we have been slowly going through them. This gem was on the first reel, 6 different versions, but we think this is the best. I Spy For The DTI (Black & Decker Remix) circa 1990. Enjoy.

I Spy For The DTI (Black & Decker Remix) from G8ASO on Vimeo.


      "Wicked" Willy Bodwen ex Sgt. 3116 (forced to retire & not a laughing policeman!)

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