WRMI RELAYS FRENCH PIRATE ATLANTIC 2000 INTERNATIONAL FRIDAY AT 10 P.M. ET
The program will be broadcast on 5800 kHz, Friday, August 20, at 10 p.m. ET (0200 GMT on August 21).
Reception reports must be sent directly to the station at email@example.com.
This is the eighth in a series of weekly WRMI relays of European pirates and low-power licensed broadcasters, many of which haven’t been heard in North America for many years — if ever. The final relay in Series 1 is August 28 – Radio Delta International from The Netherlands.
Beginning on September 4 in NAm (September 5 UTC), Texas Radio Shortwave, Limpia Mountains Radio, and WRMI begin a new series of Europirate relays at 8 p.m. ET, (0000 UTC) on TRSW’s “regular” frequency of 5950 kHz. The station lineup looks like this:
September 4-5 = Radio Clash (Somewhere in Europe)
September 11-12 = Radio Merlin (UK) *
September 18-19 = Crusin’ Radio (UK)
September 25-26 = Offshore History Radio (The Netherlands)
October 2-3 = Radio Monique International (The Netherlands) *
October 9-10 = Radio Blackstone International (The Netherlands)
October 16-17 = Charleston International Radio (Germany) *
October 23-24 = KR1 (The Netherlands)
October 30-31 = Cupid Radio (UK) *
November 6-7 = Radio Pamela (The Netherlands)
November 13-14 = Radio Jingle Bells (Germany)
November 20-21 = Free Radio Service-Holland (The Netherlands) *
November 27-28 = The Vault (Somewhere in Europe).
*Returning content provider with new programming.
eQSLs for these stations are available directly from the stations, not from TRSW.
WRMI’s transmitters are located in Okeechobee, Florida, USA.
Texas Radio Shortwave lurks stealthily in international waters off the South Texas coast. Its programs are regularly broadcast in North America and Europe.
Limpia Mountains Radio operates from a cave on Brooks Mountain in Jeff Davis County in far West Texas. It coproduces radio programs with Texas Radio Shortwave.