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Navy Radio will bring you news and previews of this historic anniversary event throughout June on the air and online.
SeaBritain 2005 is a national maritime celebration on a grand scale. With festivities and events throughout 2005 and beyond, SeaBritain 2005 celebrates the ways in which the sea touches all of our lives. Whether you live by the coast or inland - everyone can get involved.
"Navy News plays a most important part in carrying the message of the Royal Navy's capability, professionalism and good humour to an international readership in all four corners of the globe, and long may it continue to do so."

                                HRH Prince Charles, writing in 1994
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In 2005
After 3 years of work our team were proud to launch Britain's first radio station dedicated to the Royal Navy. Broadcasting live for the month of June 2005 to HMNB Portsmouth on 87.9 FM and around the world online. A big thank you to our two main sponsors.
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Online Listening
Our online listening special at the moment is the programme we broadcast between acts at the Son & Lumiere at
where the Battle
of Trafalgar was re-enacted with tall ships just off shore at Southsea. From the archives at the Imperial War Museum we hear from a sailor who served on board HMS Victory 100 years after Trafalgar. What was it like? Click here to find out more.
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