Johnny Lewis

Hi I’m Johnny Lewis, (some people might also remember me as Steven Bishop, or Johnny Moss) living in Sandwich, Kent now. My radio career started in 1977 when I got involved in boat trips to the then Radio Caroline ship Mi Amigo, which was anchored off the Essex coast. I was a Broadcaster and Engineer on the ship till it sank in March 1980.

Shortly after that I went to Israel to work on the Voice of Peace, a radio station broadcasting to the Middle East from a ship moored off Tel Aviv. From early 1981 till mid 1984 I worked on the likes of Sunshine Radio, Radio Nova, South Coast Radio and ABC Radio in Eire, I’ll tell you more about them at a later date on this site.Johnny_in_Studio_opt

In 1984 it was back to the North Sea once again to help on The Communicator, and became home to Laser 558. Then it was back to Radio Caroline. In 1987 I thought it was time to come ashore and work on ILR, firstly at Radio Wyvern in Hereford and Worcester, and then to Kent and Invicta Radio

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