Dread Broadcasting Corporation
|First air date||1981|
|Last air date||1984|
DBC has been credited as Britain's first black music radio station, and eventually featured DJs like Neneh Cherry, and Ranking Miss P. Joe Strummer of The Clash even made a guest appearance on the station, playing reggae, soul and R&B.
Following more than one arrest, DBC ceased broadcasting in 1984.
- Striving To Be Free / It's A Sign 12" Single 1982
- Dread Broadcasting Corporation 2xCD (Trojan Records)
- Rouse, Rose (1985-04-25). "Guardian Women: Dread vox / Profile of Ranking Miss P, BBC Radio One's first reggae disc jockey". The Guardian.
- Dennis, Tony (23 October 1981). "Black Pirates in the Grove". Time Out. Retrieved 24 August 2014.
- BBC - 1Xtra - Black History Month - 1980
- PFF 2005
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVMUdl9T2Zw Joe Strummer's Radio Clash, Part one
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYLNPkoBPNc Radio Clash, Part Two.
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