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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.
Wally joined BBC Radio Norfolk when it began broadcasting on September 11th 1980 and has been there ever since.
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Apart from serving in the Royal Air Force he's also a founder member of the East Norfolk Militia from which he's now retired and served four years as a Governor of Thorpe St.Andrew High School.
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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Radio Car Supplementary Saturday 19th December



An extra duty on Saturday morning because of the bad weather. I'm on the road with the radio car to see what conditions have been like for those without electricity. At Stanfield ( a small hamlet) just off the B1145 I caught up with Lyn & Stuart. As you can see Lynn is still in her jim-jams! Power came on last night just after 10 and after 24 hours without. They'd made themselves comfortable (as possible) in the room with the woodburner and used a small camping stove to heat up some beans. Lynn was very philosophical about the ordeal and praised the EDF engineers who made good the repairs to the system. Here's a gallery of some of the sights I encountered on my journey.

1 comment:

Ray Brister said...

Dear Wally,
I really enjoyed you beautiful pictures of a snowy Norfolk. I've always loved walking in the snow and hearing that crunching sound underfoot.Josephine (in Monterey) and I always feel sad to be away from home at this time.
I have to make do with warm sunny weather and 28 Deg.C.
I wish you and all your listeners a Merry Xmas
Warmest Regards
Ray in Bangkok