Presenters from the heady days of pirate radio in the 1960s will be visiting a Suffolk seaside town this weekend for a special event celebrating the era.

The Radio Day will be held at the Spa Pavilion theatre in Felixstowe this Sunday, August 13 and will feature appearances by some familiar names from some of the offshore stations that were on air at the time, including Radio London, Radio Caroline and Radio Northsea International.

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In 1964, Radio Caroline heralded a revolution in the airwaves by broadcasting from a ship a few miles off the coast of Felixstowe.

The event will be hosted by Roger 'Twiggy' Day, from Radio London and Radio Caroline and will include appearances from Mark West, of Radio Essex and Radio Scotland fame, along with Pete Brady and Ian Damon from Radio London.

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There will also be merchandise for sale and book signings by some of the special guests.

During the event, Radio London will be broadcasting from a double decker bus parked behind the theatre.

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