User talk:Autarch

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I await your comments!

Autarch 17:37, 23 March 2006 (UTC)

Ronan O'Rahilly[edit]

No problem.

Ronan's own, the Radio Caroline pages, and other related (or not as the case was) had been subjected to very biased revisionism by one individual in June this year. Whilst I have no personal connection with him or the station, I have lived with it for 40 years plus. (I started radio "listening" by finding the 2 ships playing the same tape with about 2 minutes difference.)

The article itself had been left in a very poor state, and just needed the pertinent parts placing in the proper places, and the revisionism removed. --Keith

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