1970

February

11: International Waters - Radio Northsea International starts on 1610 kHz (186m) with test broadcasts.

March

03: International Waters - Radio Nordsee International starts broadcasting from the ship Mebo II.
21: International Waters - Radio Free Greece starts from the MV Hebe off the coast of Malta. Janet Rosenstock, a Canadian member of the Free Freece Organisation, hopes to support the Paniaic Freedom Movement this way.
23: International Waters - Due to heavy interference from the Greek authorities, Radio Free Greece needs to leave the air.
24: International Waters - The Mebo II lies anchor before the coast of Clacton-on-Sea and resumes broadcasting on 1610 kHz or 186m, which interferes with the British navy guard in Walton-on-the-Naze.

May

01: International Waters - The first test took place from Radio Capital aboard the mv King David.

June

14: International Waters - Radio Capital broadcasts its first official test transmission on 270 meters. The broadcast starts with Händel's Water Music Suite.
27: International Waters - Radio Northsea International moves to 1382 kHz (217m).

August

24: International Waters - Radio Northsea International moves to 1367 kHz (220m).

September

24: International Waters - Radio Nordsee International leaves the airwaves.



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