Radio Free Scotland (RFS) is an internet radio station which carries on the work of 1950's SNP members who founded it as a 'pirate' station. The presenter 'Pax' asked us to provide technical assistance and create a logo and some related graphics for the site, which he had constructed himself.
Between 1956–1965 Radio Free Scotland (RFS) broadcast through the sound channel of BBC television after God Save the Queen finished in the evening, then later on 262 metres medium wave on the radio.
The first broadcast interrupted a BBC newscast when viewers in Perth were told to stay tuned following sign off. This "pirate" radio transmission opened with the provocative statement: "This is Radio Free Scotland proclaiming to the nation that the fight for independence is on in earnest".