PCJ Radio International is creating The Happy Station Show
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PCJ Radio International presents The Happy Station Show and Happy Station Show archives from the 1930s to 1992.

This year marks the 89th anniversary of the Happy Station Show. Those who become patreons will be able to hear some of the vintage shows from the years that Eddy Startz and Tom Meijer hosted the show.

These vintage shows have not been heard since they were originally broadcast.  Other extras will include rare films and rare music recordings made by Radio Netherlands and PCJ Radio International. All these recordings are taken from the original master tapes. 

PCJ Radio International is a privately owned international broadcaster with program that target the Pacific, East Asia and Southeast Asia. A number of our programs are also broadcast through partner stations in North America, Europe, the Pacific, Latin America, Africa and Cuba.

Some of the programs we have include: Focus Asia Pacific PCJ's flagship news magazine, Jazz For The Asking, Media Network Plus among others. Each of our transmissions begins with 10 minutes of news. Except for Sunday when The Happy Station Show fills the schedule.

Happy Station Show was revived in March 2009. Patreons will have access to special extended material not used in the program. So for those listeners who have been listening for in some cases decades and those who who have discovered the show in 2009. Don't miss this opportunity!
Tiers
Rare Happy Station Show live recordings.
$3 or more per creation
  • Those who are patreons will have access to rare Happy Station Shows. Most of these shows have never been heard since they were originally broadcast.
  • Songs recorded by Tom Meijer the second host of Happy Station's second host. Recorded between 1969 and 1992. 
  • Also new material from Happy Station
  • The first 10 people that become patreons will also receive a copy in PDF of Tom Meijer's book Unreliable Recollections. Plus a new book by Keith Perron called Studio 13 Radio Netherlands in Pictures.
Goals
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When Happy Station reaches a goal of 200$ a month. We will produce special programs for broadcast on shortwave.
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PCJ Radio International presents The Happy Station Show and Happy Station Show archives from the 1930s to 1992.

This year marks the 89th anniversary of the Happy Station Show. Those who become patreons will be able to hear some of the vintage shows from the years that Eddy Startz and Tom Meijer hosted the show.

These vintage shows have not been heard since they were originally broadcast.  Other extras will include rare films and rare music recordings made by Radio Netherlands and PCJ Radio International. All these recordings are taken from the original master tapes. 

PCJ Radio International is a privately owned international broadcaster with program that target the Pacific, East Asia and Southeast Asia. A number of our programs are also broadcast through partner stations in North America, Europe, the Pacific, Latin America, Africa and Cuba.

Some of the programs we have include: Focus Asia Pacific PCJ's flagship news magazine, Jazz For The Asking, Media Network Plus among others. Each of our transmissions begins with 10 minutes of news. Except for Sunday when The Happy Station Show fills the schedule.

Happy Station Show was revived in March 2009. Patreons will have access to special extended material not used in the program. So for those listeners who have been listening for in some cases decades and those who who have discovered the show in 2009. Don't miss this opportunity!

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Tiers
Rare Happy Station Show live recordings.
$3 or more per creation
  • Those who are patreons will have access to rare Happy Station Shows. Most of these shows have never been heard since they were originally broadcast.
  • Songs recorded by Tom Meijer the second host of Happy Station's second host. Recorded between 1969 and 1992. 
  • Also new material from Happy Station
  • The first 10 people that become patreons will also receive a copy in PDF of Tom Meijer's book Unreliable Recollections. Plus a new book by Keith Perron called Studio 13 Radio Netherlands in Pictures.