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After many years in the Royal Air Force and a posting to RAF Coltishall Wally also created the Solarscope mobile disco's with gigs as far as Manchester. He was resident DJ at Scamps Nightclub in Norwich during the 70's and had a show on Hospital Radio Norwich.
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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Radio Car Travelogue 20 - 24 July 09


Monday I had a pre-record job but Tuesday found me at the TV & Radio Museum, a private collection belonging to Roy Snelling at Blofield Heath. On the left, Peter Exeter, a tv engineer for 49 years and we're talking old TV's and the coming of digital. Viewings can be arranged for your group through Snellings. The, to the Timber Hill entrance of Castle Mall where the NHS have set up the new walk-in centre to replace the former Dussindale site. On the right, acting manager Jonathan Fagg. Concerns from the listeners about the parking arrangements especially when we get near Christmas.

The Radio Car is being given attention to get it through the MOT today so I'm out with my portable recorder (or Nagra) to visit the stables where Classical Equitation is taking place today. It's a type of advanced dressage (you've seen the dancing Spanish horseriders?) and Sue Barber and her daughter were getting them ready as I arrived at Pine Lodge in Poringland.
Thursday and Polling Day for the Norwich North constituency. Here's the Norman Centre early with just a trickle of voters making for the polling booth. Of more concern, it seems, was the holdup on Chapelfield whilst a burst water main was repaired. That being done, the road is being resurfaced today and is expected to be reopened by this evening. After the rush I expect! Meanwhile the traffic queues down St. Stephens with nowhere to go but round and round the one-way system!
Friday and the big story of the day is the count for the Norwich North by-election. I'm with the radio car outside the marquee whilst all the camera's are being set up inside what is usually the Stockmans Canteen on the Norfolk Showground. Hear the result live on BBC Radio Norfolk. Any predictions?

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