In 1981 they bought the tenancy of The Punch Tavern in Whitstable, once the base of Radio Sutch. Paul set up Worldwide Broadcast Consultants in 1980 and has since been involved with several radio stations, including eighties pirate Laser-558, Sky Radio, Classic FM, Virgin Radio, Radio 10 Gold, Radio Veronica and others in Germany, Poland and Russia. He and his daughter Dawn have published two editions of the reference book Who's Who In British Radio and Paul has written two books about Laser.The more recent is Radio Adventures of the Communicator published September 2016.He later worked for the cable TV channel, Music Box, but there we lost touch with him.
In August 1973 he moved to Radio Northsea International where he changed his name to .
He stayed with RNI until its closedown the following year and then worked aboard its ship, the Mebo II, preparing her for a planned future as Radio Nova International.
With many thanks to Robin for his assistance.) Born Paul Alexander Rusling in Bridlington, Yorkshire, on 17th November 1953, Paul was inspired to work in radio by the offshore stations of the sixties.
He spun discs in a local Mecca ballroom while still at school and later paid for his college studies (radio engineering) by working as a DJ and comedian in night clubs.
During the eighties, he worked on a number of Irish stations, his last being Radio 3 Tullamore. Don took a lot of photos during his time on Caroline and RNI.