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This is the one that really got the British broadcasters and Government twitchy...when it first came on air it offered non-stop Top 40 music with no ads and the claim that you were "never more than a minute away from the music". It soon built up an enormous listenership and the authorities began their attempt to silence it. In the end lack of money, supplies and low moral coupled with the age old battle with the elements brought about her demise.
Eventually a return came about under the name of Laser Hots Hits but technical problems abounded and soon the station was no more. So what of the future for the M.V. Communicator? Check out our December 2003 Communicator Update
 
 
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