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But this all changed with the passing of the Marine Offences Act, the law introduced to outlaw the offshore stations. As a result, not much is known about some of the DJs who worked on Radio Caroline after 14th August 1967. All that was revealed at the time was that he was a 25 year old New Zealander who had previously attended broadcasting school in San Francisco.

He joined the Caroline South ship in October or November 1967 and presented the 6-9pm show.

I left Holland for England 18th January (dates are all on my old passport), thence to Courcheval France to teach skiing, then to Berlin as a DJ, back to England and back to USA working on KBRG and KMPX in San Francisco, also another stint of skiing at Squaw Valley.

Returned to England 5th August 1970 and reunited with my friend Andrew Kerr.

David was presented with the Country Music Association's prestigious International Broadcaster Award in 2002.

He has also been an announcer on the History Channel and written a column for Country Music People magazine.

We had no details at all of his later career until September 2005 when we heard from the man himself: “Greetings from New Zealand.

A friend's relations from England were visiting nearby and after explaining my involvement with Radio Caroline and Glastonbury Festival, they sent some info they had found on website.

Since the pirates, he has specialised in country music programmes, working for British Forces Broadcasting, the BBC and commercial radio.

For the last 30 years I have been an artist/potter living on the coast at Manukau Heads, a beautiful part of New Zealand one hour's drive from Auckland City.” In February 2017 we had an update from Glenn.

He is now living on Magnetic Island, Queensland, Australia - and has succumbed to the computer age!

(Very many thanks to Glenn Adams, Glenn Knight, Svenn Martinsen and Doug Foland.

Also to Pinky Siedenburg, who used to run Caroline's Amsterdam office, for providing this picture of Glenn speaking at a free radio rally in London.) was born in Liverpool on 30th. His first job was in a clothes shop but he also worked as a barman and clerk before opening a club with a friend.

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