For three years in the eighties, TX Magazine catalogued the growth of London's pirate radio stations and the fight for a free radio alternative to the bland pop and chatter of the BBC and Independent Local Radio. Later it took to the telephone network as AM/FM, adding a print newsletter and embracing the net.
This site now brings together the past issues of TX and AM/FM together with histories, photos and memorabilia from the eighties pirates, sharing a slice of London's radio history.
- Pirates Histories of the 25 most important pirate radio stations in eighties' London.
- TX Magazine All eighteen issues of TX Magazine / Radio Today from 1985 to 1988.
- AM/FM News The AM/FM Online Edition, with general radio news from 1992 to 1994.
- Photos + Promos Inside stations including Kiss-FM, plus stickers, press releases and more.
- Replay Listen to the sound of London's pirates from the seventies to 1990.
- London's Pirate Pioneers A two-hour mix tracing the story of London's original dance music stations.
- History The inside story of TX Magazine, Radio Today and AM/FM.