Recorded by Andre Marais. - 8:30am to 9:00am ZAST. Just the very first 2 minutes of the Tony Newman show are included here.
Part 6 of 6 of the Alan Mann Breakfast Show from January 29th 1981.
Be Bop A Lula by Gene Vincent
Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour by Lonnie Donegan
Sports News by Barry Lambert
Song for Katrina by Steve Forbet
Diamond Girl by Seals and Croft
Traffic sponsored by Datsun
Datsun Pulsar advert
Richelieu Brandy advert
Kawasaki Z1000J advert
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da by The Police
Cold Love by Donna Summer
My Mothers Eyes by Bette Midler
News at 9am - Shawn Johnson
Beginning of Tony Newman's show
I Go to Rio by Bahian Gipsies
Recorded by Andre Marais. - 8:00am to 8:30am ZAST.
Part 5 of 6 of the Alan Mann Breakfast Show from January 29th 1981.
News - 8:00am - Shaun Johnson
Datsun Pulsar advert
Tide Is High by Blondie
How Do You Do It? by Gerry and The Pacemakers
Gotta Have More Love by The Climax Blues Band
Lumberjack sketch by Monty Python
Hot Love by David Essex
Capital Record Break - Jackson's Triumph - R 7.49
Boys From China Town by Judy Zook
Tricky Trio solution - common word was "southern" - Joe Naidoo won
Woodstock by Matthew's Southern Comfort
News - 8:30am - Shawn Johnson
Fashion by David Bowie
Recorded by Andre Marais. - 7:30am to 8:00am ZAST.
Part 4 of 6 of the Alan Mann Breakfast Show from January 29th 1981.
- Breakfast Bop - Red Hot by Billy Lee Riley
- Where Are All the Nice Girls? by Any Trouble
- Sports Diary by Barry Lambert
- Capital Record Break - The Jacksons - Triumph -> R7.49
- Benson and Hedges advert
- Do You Feel My Love by Eddy Grant
- Piece Of My Heart by Janis Joplin with Big Brother and the Holding Company
- Traffic Report - Sponsored by Total
- Total advert
- Tricky Trio
- The Night Was Not by Desmond Child and Rouge
- Baby Come Back by [unknown] (Alan forgot to back announce the artist)
- Autodeck Roadstar advert
- News by Shawn Johnson - Sponsored by Datsun
- Tape cut short during the news ...
Recorded by Andre Marais. - 7:00am to 7:30am ZAST.
Part 3 of 6 of the Alan Mann Breakfast Show from January 29th 1981.Contents:
- Lexington advert
- Passion by Rod Stewart
- Take me in your arms by Kim Weston
- Give me an inch - by Hazel O'Connor
- Hey Nineteen by Steely Dan
- Sweetor Jeans advert
- Tricky Trio solution
- Southern - Joe Naidoo wins
- Banana Republic by The Boomtown Rats
- Capital Surftime
- Gunston advert
- Shotgun Wedding by Roy C (Roy Hammond)
- News - 7:30am
- Richelieu Brandy advert
- Raising my Family by Steve Kekana
Recorded by Andre Marais. - 6:30am to 7:00am ZAST. (The recording cut off during the news so I am guessing that Alan just stopped the tape)
Part 2 of 6 of the Alan Mann Breakfast Show from January 29th 1981.
Recorded by Andre Marais. - 6:00am to 6:30am ZAST.
Part 1 of 6 of the Alan Mann Breakfast Show from January 29th 1981.
The last our of Capital Radio 604. This was 5pm ZAST to 6pm ZAST on November 29th 1996. / / This was recorded off Medium Wave and preserved by the "Springbok Radio Preservation Society of S.A." / / Two versions were then created for podcasting. This one, which is an enhanced version created in AAC format. The audio file include chapters, links, and pictures. The other verison is in generic MP3 format. / / Enhanced AAC and generic MP3 versions created by Craig J. Johnston. / / The Capital Radio 604 web site is http://www.Capital604.com
An introduction to the 604 Podcast.
Courtesy of Mohammed "Junior" Butler.
Courtesy of Mohammed "Junior" Butler. (A bit wobbly for the first few minutes).
Courtesy of Mohammed "Junior" Butler.
Snoop tape of day 1. Snippets of Kevin Savage, Jim Ellery, Margaret Rogers, Jim Ellery, Steve Crozier, and Chris Prior.
A Snoop Tape is a recording that is made only when the presenter's microphone is live. The purpose of a Snoop Tape is to "snoop" on the presenter so that he can be critiqued later. While the Snoop Tape only captured audio while the presenter's microphone is live, you do get to hear tiny segments of the show as it unfolds.
Elvis Presley Tribute - 11am - 12pm ZAST
Capital 604 Solid Gold Sunday - August 16th 1987 - Tape 3
Elvis Presley Tribute 10am - 11am ZAST
Capital 604 Solid Gold Sunday - August 16th 1987 - Tape 2
Elvis Presley Tribute - 9am - 10am ZAST.
Capital 604 Solid Gold Sunday - August 16th 1987 - Tape 1
3 hours and 6 minutes of material from / 604 and the 70?s Capital Pirate 226 Dublin (which like 604 was closed down by / the government of the day)- in essence the two lost Capitals in the brand which sound / uncannily similar. / / Great compilation ? Tony Newma
Its a show I?d like to dedicate to Glen / Pritchard who was such a stalwart of the Facebook show and Podcast. / / Glen?s last post on the page was a picture of his DX Rig and I?ve attached / a copy. If you decide to put the show on the podcast, if its possible
Capital Primetime - a compilation by Adrian Horwitz: ? a Nineties Steve Bishop Breakfast Show, / a 1985 Barry Ronge Sunday Affair Show, a Kevin Savage drive show and a Capital London 1986 / Retro chart ( put together from three fragments already lying amongst the open material / on You Tube), news from Julian Potter and the ending from the 2010 Birthday show which was too / long for the podcast at the time.
The Power Station - Darren Scott
September 4th 1989 - 5pm to 6:30pm
James Lorimer - marker - 00:00:41, 00:31:11, 00:59:44
Carmel Rickard reports - marker - 01:00:42
Steve Bishop - marker - 01:25:48
Richard Jones - marker - 00:41:55
Nick Peters reports
Simon Israel reports
Jean Hollic - won R100
Warehouse winners contest
Aldra missed out
Yolanda from Red Hill in Durban played
Rennie from Tongaat played
Called for Greg Short who wasn't home, spoke to his wife Donna Short
Indigo Girls Album competition
Called Michael DiMagio from the Berea Durban
Notable Hitline caller
Deborah from Pietermaritzburg voted for Passion and dedicated it to Ronnie and said that she loves him very much
The Late Show presented by Phil Wright sometime in 1984 (there is a reference to the station being 5 years old). 90 Minutes of The Late Show recorded in the studio (not off Medium Wave).
The first half hour is virtually a straight take of the last half hour of a Kevin Savage Drive show from May 1982 but thereafter the whole thing has been crafted from a multitude of pieces.
Starting with a brief history of the Transkei and Capital Radio 604, this 80's mix created by Adrian Horwitz contains mashups of different 604 shows and presenters throughout the 1980s.