Petition Tag - stations

1. Bring Time Team Back!

Time Team is a TV Programme that is shown in England (Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Nothern Ireland, Isle Of Wight), America, Australia & more.

It searches the History of the land up and down various countries. It has been on TV for over 20 years including the repeated episodes on more4.

There is a new project, 'Dig Village' but at the same time, Time Team should have continued on another network station.

Fans of the Programme have never got bored of it & wanted it to carry on in a new lease of life on another TV channel unless Channel 4 brought it back themselves.

As generations change, more people will be interested in such a programme as its 'One Of A Kind'. This should have continued.

There is no other programme like Time Team, It will help towards finding out more of our country's history whats lies beneath us and educating the new generation of fans whom may also become a fantastic archaeologist.

Join up & sign please.

(Created by Lee Brady, a little bit of history with Lee & Campaigns in the past - He Successfully won a Campaign to get soap opera 'Brookside: Most Memorable Moments DVD' Released for it's 30th Anniversary in November 2012, This Campaign took 5 Years of dedication). He will also show the same dedication to this petition like he did for the Mick Aston Tribute #Dig4Mick campaign which is still ongoing.

Thank You.
Lee Brady

2. NO U-Gas or any other fuel station being proposed for 915 North Kirkwood Road between Wilson and West Sarah avenues

24 Hour U-Gas station being proposed for 915 North Kirkwood Road between Wilson and West Sarah avenues. Kirkwood Service stations we knew of in Kirkwood, including five within a stone's throw of the proposed new station. There are 14.

Midwest Amoco BP: 10901 Manchester Road
Mobil: 11152 Manchester Road
Hucks Food and Fuel Stores: 10170 Manchester Road
Phillips 66: 11142 Big Bend Road
Circle K: 1435 S Kirkwood Road
Circle K: 12804 Manchester Road
QuikTrip: 9951 Big Bend Blvd.
Phillips 66: 400 N Kirkwood Road
Circle K: 9931 Watson Road
Mobil On The Run: 9950 Big Bend Blvd.
Waterway Gas & Wash: 10850 Manchester Road
U-Gas: 3033 S Hanley Road
Kirkwood Service Center: 401 N Kirkwood Road

3. Save Blaenau Gwent Police Stations

Gwent Police have announced, without consultation, that 17 Police Stations in the Gwent Police Force area will be inaccessible by members of the public from July 2012.

Three of these Police Stations are in the Blaenau Gwent Parliamentary Constituency - Abertillery, Brynmawr and Tredegar.

4. Don't Lose Amanda Palmer!

Oi, MTV! Play Amanda Palmer's Oasis vid on your channel! And you, too, NME! And Q! Don't be such babies!

Amanda sez:
my label in the UK has been gearing up to promote “oasis” as a radio and video single.
a few days before i left for london i got this email from someone at roadrunner:

”Hi Emily/Amanda,

Hope you are both well,
I just thought I’d let you know that we have been met by fierce opposition on the Oasis track.
Which is disheartening, as combined with the video, we all felt it was a great promotional tool and track.
All our TV outlets have refused to play the video due to it “making light of rape, religion and abortion”. This is the audio as well as visual.
Many of the stations like the track, and even the video but are bound by strict broadcasting rules. I personally find this quite ridiculous.”

wasn’t this the UK, land of black humor blacker than blackest black itself?

i emailed back and asked which outlets. the reply:

”NME tv, Scuzz, kerrang, MTV, Q, the box … to name a few. There is only a few networks: bauer, chartshow and MTV. They control all stations and they all had the same issue….”

and i sat there thinking, wow. here we go again.
why can’t ANYTHING just be effing EASY this year?

it isn’t a simple issue, obviously. but the fundamentals seem clear to me.

i sat down one day in or around 2002 and wrote a tongue-in-cheek, ironic up-tempo pop song.
a song about a girl who got drunk, was date raped, and had an abortion.
she sings about these things lightly and joyfully and says that she doesn’t care that these things have happened to her because oasis, (her favorite band) has sent her an autographed photo in the mail. and to make things even better (!!), her bitchy friend melissa, who told the whole school about the abortion, is really jealous.

....if you cannot sense the irony in this song, you’re about two intelligence points above a kumquat."

5. Save Gwent Police Stations

Plaid Cymru has obtained a secret Gwent Police Authority paper that lists twenty-five stations that could be closed by Spring 2012. The financial constraints faced by Gwent Police are in no way the fault of the local force.

The UK Government should provide the police with the necessary resources for delivering safer communities.

Make your voice heard by signing the petition below to keep our stations open.

6. Review Australian Federal Government Allocation of Tax Dollars to Community Television

Since the early 1980s, media enthusiasts set out to establish what was labelled "Public Television" services. The US, UK and Canada have had their main public television stations, and numerous satellite station affiliates spread out across their countries during this same period and to date.

Denied by the federal government at the time, the local television industry was authorized to create a community access television service for each metro area’s public, but these stations later dropped the “access” from their branding.

It was in 1994, that this third-tier industry in Australia began using commercialism that to date have increasingly encroached with each station, where it has become more stylized like commercial and public television rather than maintaining the philosophical principles of what a community broadcaster should be. On 4 Nov 09, the federal government gave your publicly owned digital spectrum and $2.6 million dollars to launch another commercial-style television network. Did the federal government seek the public’s opinion prior allocating your public ownerships?

Please sign this Petition and let the Australian Federal Government, under Senator Stephen Conroy know that the public should have been consulted on whether or not current community television stations met their philosophical principles as a community broadcaster, and let the public decide their faith and change for a newly designed television service that can live up its principle intentions.

7. Introduce Oyster pay-as-you-go to South-East London

In his manifesto at the 2008 London Mayoral election, Boris Johnson promised to hold an emergency summit with Train Operating Companies (TOCs) so that Oyster pay-as-you-go would be introduced to overground stations in South-East London as soon possible. To date, this has not happened.

8. Anime in the UK

March 10, 2006

Lets get good anime shows like Naruto in UK!!!

9. Jacksonville Beach Pier Improvements

REASON FOR PETITION: The following interview was given just before the opening of the new pier and the following statements were made by The New Pier Management and we as pier Patrons/Anglers expect the management to abide by the statements that were made in the following Newspaper Interview in 2004 prior to the completion of the new Jacksonville Beach Pier.


Fishermen will be front and center at the new Jacksonville Beach Pier.

That's the word from the folks chosen to manage the 1,300-foot pier, which is expected to open around the end of November.

"That's our primary focus -- fishing," said Don Streeter, a partner in Dania Pier Management. "I think this thing is going to be awesome. There's nothing on the Florida East Coast that equals it in length."

Dania Pier Management operates piers in Dania Beach, Deerfield Beach and Juno. The company was awarded the contract after the city of Jacksonville put out bids to manage the pier. While several groups expressed interest, Dania Pier Management was the only respondent.

"We were doing our own research, talking to cities and counties [with privately managed piers]," said Debbie Doran, of the city's Department of Administration and Finance. "All of them were very pleased with Dania Pier Management."

The firm's contract runs for five years, with a provision to renew for another five years.

When plans for the new pier were first being developed, local fishermen expressed fears it might become not much more than a boardwalk designed to attract tourists. Not to worry, Streeter said.

"We're going to do everything we can to make it where the fisherman is the main priority," he said. "Whatever the fishermen want -- whether it's live shrimp, greenies. If it's available, we'll have it."

The pier's main building will house restrooms and a bait and tackle shop. Rental rods will be available, and popular pier lures and other tackle will be sold.

"All piers are different," Streeter said. "Here in Dania, they very rarely fish with plugs or lures. But in Juno, 80 percent of them use lures."

Streeter recently met with Doran, and he'll submit a list of recommendations, including admission fees and hours.

"They're in the business of operating piers, so I'm sure we'll look closely at their recommendations," Doran said.

Streeter's plans call for the same admission fees charged by the old pier. Ronnie Waterman, who once managed the old pier, said admission fees were $3.75 to fish, 75 cents to walk.

Streeter is also recommending that the new pier be open from one hour before sunrise to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. On Fridays and Saturdays, the closing time would be 11 p.m.

"That's the way we're going to start off, and if the demand is there, we'll extend the hours," Streeter said.

Dania Pier Management's Juno pier is open from 30 minutes before sunrise to sundown. The company's other two piers are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Streeter, who plans to live in Jacksonville Beach at least temporarily, expects to hire several people to run the new pier.

The pier is expected to feature four fish-cleaning stations, two on each side. The original architect's plans included cleaning stations only on the north side, but Streeter recommended southside stations for use during colder months.

"If you've ever tried to clean fish facing into the wind during the winter ...," Streeter said. "The city has been very receptive to ideas. They're in agreement, if it benefits the pier and the fishermen, they're open to discussion."

The old Jacksonville Beach Pier held a popular annual tournament for surface and bottom species. Streeter said the new pier may also stage some kind of competition. Last year, on opening day of snook season, the Dania Pier conducted a $5 Calcutta pool for the first legal snook caught and the heaviest legal snook.

"If we get notice a good run of blues is coming down from the Carolinas, we might institute something like that," Streeter said.

Benches on the pier will be built back to back with space in between. Streeter has plans to install wind breaks that would fit in that space. Trash receptacles are scheduled to be emptied once a day.

10. Cox Communications Banned KTAL and NBC from our cable network

On January 31st, Cox Communications customers in The Ark-La-Tex will lose access to KTAL and NBC programming at midnight. The retransmission agreement with Cox Communications for all their cable systems in our viewing area will expire (Bossier City, LA; Magnolia, AR; Minden, LA; Mount Pleasant, TX; Wright City, OK; Valiant, OK), and they have been unable to come to terms with our cable company for the continued carriage of KTAL's station.

They are asking Cox Communications to pay them 25 cents out of the extremely expensive cable bill that we pay every month and Cox is unwilling to do so and has decided to no longer carry KTAL.

Cox Communications is one of the most powerful media companies in the United States who not only owns cable System but also Radio Stations, Newspapers and local TV Stations like KTAL. Ironically, their broadcast Television division shares our viewpoint about being compensated for carriage by cable companies.

Cox Communications, like all cable and satellite companies, makes payments to the companies that own and operate programming networks. They pay the owners of the programming channels monthly fees, ranging as high as several dollars per month for the right to carry the programming. Cox Communications has made it very clear they do not want to pay any fees for the rights to carry KTAL.

11. Ban britney spears' "everytime" video and save our youth

This petition is aimed at banning the release in australia and eventually all around the world of britney spears' video "evertime" in this video she explicitly commits suicide, britney started her career as a role model to our children who is our future, unfortunately suicide in australia and all around the world is getting worse in our society and it is due to the roll models that our children look up to. I personally have had my own husband commit suicide and also my 12 year old daughter has attempted suicide as well and as a single mother I urge all parents to help support me to prevent this video from being seen by our youth.

I also have a email address for you to send an obection letter, these letters will be flooding the radio stations, music stores television stations that air music video's and britney's record company bmg music in america. The email address is

12. Play simple plan and gc more on all radio stations

I love simple plan gc nfg nofx etc. and never here them get played on radio i think they should be played more because they are better then what radio stations play now.


We, the alternative-rock fans of Chicago, IL and other metropolitan areas, have become greatly disappointed with our alternative-format stations. I started listening to WZZN-FM, a Chicago alternative station last year. Why? Because it wasn't a pop station so I figured it would play a wide variety of songs in a night set. Recently I have noticed that the stations excessively play the songs that are making it big on the charts, or the "hot" songs, which we are all getting sick of. For example, I once heard "By The Way", by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, 3 times between 10 p.m. and 3:30 a.m. That's the same song 3 times in about 5 1/2 hours. And frankly, my fellow music fans and I are getting really f---in' sick of it. We propose that a limit should be set on the number of times a certain song is played per day, more attention is paid to independent, unsigned artists, and that a wider variety is put into the nightly playlists.

14. Help allSTARS get airplay!

This petitions is to help allSTARS and their single 'BACK WHEN' do well in the charts and to get lots of airplay!

Please can everyone sign this petition to help the band 'allSTARS' to get their new single 'Back When' onto our favourite radio stations!

15. Aaron Carter Vs. Radio Stations

This petition has been started due to radio stations refusing and "ignoring" to play music by Aaron Carter. Now fans want to show their support of how we want to here Aaron on the radio.

16. all rock stations should play godhead music

Godhead is a goth/industrial/hard rock band that has worked hard over the last 8 years to create a large following and a respectable name for themselves. They have a large following in the USA and europe but there are only a handful of radio stations who play their new music in the USA.

About 1 year ago they were signed to Post Human Records and under signed by Priority Records. With every
show they do, their fan base grows larger. It the first week of their new CD being released they sold over 7000 copies placing them #2 on the sales list for new alternative bands. If
you have never herd of this band and you like rock or goth music please go to and check them out.

17. Aaron Carter On The Radio

Okay, here's the deal guys. I don't think it's fair that a lot of radio stations don't play Aaron Carter's music. I really want to be able to turn on the radio and hear it! Don't you?