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WRN via WRMI schedule

** U S A. WRMI 9955 has mostly been off the air for maintenance the past fortnight on weekday afternoons, but once resumed it is again running WORLD RADIO NETWORK relays eight hours straight at 1600-2400 UT; the webcast continued. Content is as follows, from WRN`s schedule, converted to UT, which as of March 15 is incorrect on the North American service, altho local times in DST are correct:

1600 RNZI
Korero Pacifica – Recorded in RNZI’s Wellington studios, this 15 minute programme includes a news bulletin covering the Pacific region including Fiji, Tonga, the Cook Islands, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Samoa and New Zealand, followed by a short current affairs feature

1615 Vatican Radio
World News – a daily bulletin of international news from the team at Vatican Radio

1630 Radio Slovakia International
News and Features

1700 Polish Radio External Service
News and Features

1730 Radio Netherlands
News and Features

1800 RTE Ireland
Drivetime – A round up of the day’s top news stories in Ireland.
[if Drivetime is a 1-hour show originally, is this part 1? See 2100]

1830 Radio Prague
News and Features

1900 Radio Sweden
News and Features

1930 Radio Australia
News and Features

2000 Polish Radio External Service
News and Features

2030 KBS World Radio (Korea)
News and Features

2100 RTE Ireland
Drivetime – A round up of the day’s top news stories in Ireland.
[if Drivetime is a 1-hour show originally, is this part 2?]

2130 Radio Romania International
News and Features

2200 Radio Netherlands
News and Features

2300 Voice of Russia
News and Features

2330 Israel Radio
News – a round up of the day’s news and current affairs from Jerusalem

Now, let us see no mystery loggings of any of these stations on 9955. If you hear any DentroCuban jamming during these 40 hours per week, Ask Arnie to turn it off and buy the Cuban people some good food (Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

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