"The sixties were the decade that changed the world, and I should know, cos I was there..."\r\n\r\nThe sixties was the decade "where people fought for rights, stopped a war, reinvented fashion, and changed the face of music," Mike McCartney tells Remember A Charity's Last Pirate FM.\r\n\r\nMcCartney, of The Scaffold fame, goes on to reveal how he nearly became the first Radio 1 DJ.\r\n\r\n"Somewhere, I\u2019ve got on a tape with my millions of tapes, the theme tune my brother and I did for this Radio 1 my own programme"\r\n\r\nGraham Nash asked if he was still with Radio 1 and invited him over to his flat with his Uher tape recorder to meet legendary Motown group, The Supremes. After arriving at the BBC to pick up his Uher on a Sunday when everyone had left, McCartney eventually met the band.\r\n\r\n"So you can\u2019t give me my Uher? I popped by that evening... they are supreme."\r\n\r\nHe also talks about running into a lost Little Richard driving round LA.\r\n\r\n"Suddenly this car pulls up alongside me. It's Richard! He's on the other side with a bible on his knee!"\r\n\r\nListen to more of Mike's memories from the sixties from his full interview on Last Pirate FM.