Pirate DJ teacher faces the music

28th July 2000 at 01:00
A NOTTINGHAM teacher has been fined after moonlighting as a DJ for a pirate radio station. Fay Francis, who works at Bluecoat School, admitted three charges of making unauthorised broadcasts from Heatwave's warehouse station base. Nottngham magistrates court heard that the 42-year-old, known as "the voice" was caught when radio authority officers staked-out the station. She was fined pound;300 and was ordered to pay pound;700 towards the pound;3,105 investigation costs.

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