TX #8: August 1986
- Editorial New pirate activity
- Rumblings Chris England's view of the world of radio – this month looking at the end of the community radio experiment and why the USA's radio doesn't live up to its image.
- Teknix: Building a studio In the first of a new series looking at how a new station would get on the air, we start by describing how to build a radio studio.
- World radio: Paris Clive Glover scans the radio dial in Paris, a city with over 80 different stations to tune in to, and one of the world's widest choices of programming.
- Interview: The ANCOR jammers In an exclusive interview at a secret location in London, ANCOR - Action Now for Community Radio – give details of their plans to force the government to change its mind over the community radio axe.
- Community radio: what now? This month access outlines what might happen as a result of the axing of the community radio experiment, and what success the different kinds of groups might have as pirates.
- Selections Our verdict on select programmes – legit and pirate. Amongst others this month we comment upon a few ILR staff changes and Kiss-FM and TKO programmes.
- On-Air Station info plus a round-up of news from stations operating in June, plus our full guide to what's on when on the London pirates.