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Why 1386 Audio?

Back in the early 1980’s I was one of those people who fractured the occasional law to get on the radio. Yes, I was a pirate. Not the eyepatch, one legged, parrot on the shoulder type, but the radio type. For around 3 ½ years I ran my own pirate radio station from Epping Forest in Northeast London. Radio Comsat broadcast punk and new wave music each Sunday afternoon on 217m which happened to be a frequency of 1386khz.

When I decided to turn my passion for radio production into a business, I wanted to have a link and a nod to my radio roots, so 1386 Audio was born. Podcasts are just radio programmes that are not on the radio so why not continue with that radio connection.

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