Recently I've been researching the German clandestine radio stations and the British renegades who broadcast on them and wrote the scripts. The main four stations were the New British Broadcasting Station (NBBS), Workers Challenge, Radio Caledonia and the Christian Peace Movement. Some of the transcripts making interesting reading. NBBS was the main station and here's a short excerpt from early September 1940: "It is clear that landings must soon be attempted. Dover is already practically German territory. Civilian population has fled, chaos reigns; the only opposition the raiders meet from ground is a little rifle shooting." Workers Challenge was aimed at the working classes but seems rather ridiculous. Radio Caledonia was mostly a one-man band with the scripts and broadcasts made by Donald Grant, a pre-war Nazi and Scots nationalist. The station was a Scottish separatist station. The stations formed part of a department called the Büro Concordia, which was controlled both by the German Foreign Office and Goebbels' propaganda ministry. William Joyce gave overall direction to the radio stations beamed to Britain from their offices inside the Berlin Olympic stadium. After the war, Joyce was executed for treason. The other British renegades, a mixture of Nazi-sympathisers and ex-POWs, received prison sentences ranging from ten years to six months. One of those receiving a ten year sentence was a Commando who had fought in North Africa and was subsequently wounded and taken prisoner on Crete. He maintained that he had volunteered to work for the Germans to facilitate an escape attempt. However, he broadcast on NBBS for over a year until escaping from Berlin after D-day, making his way to Belgium to wait out for the liberation. Fraser received the least sentence of six months. Any of our veterans ever have the occasional listen to any of the German stations?