Former Radio 1 and pirate DJ Duncan Johnson dies

Duncan Johnson, well known on pirate stations Radio London and Radio Northsea, has died at the age of 80.

He passed away in West Middlesex Hospital, and tribues are being paid by friends and former colleagues on the Pirate Radio Hall of Fame Facebook page, and on Twitter.

The post says: “I am very sad to report that the owner of one of the most distinctive voices on offshore radio, former Radio London and Radio Northsea International DJ Duncan Johnson, passed away this morning in West Middlesex Hospital at the age of 80. He was a good friend to me and a great help to The Pirate Radio Hall of Fame. A tribute to Duncan will appear on the website soon.”

Duncan also worked at Radio 1, Capital, Invicta FM, Radio Luxembourg and Pirate Radio Essex.

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Posted on Friday, October 12th, 2018 at 9:44 am by Roy Martin

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