mercoledì 21 Agosto 2019
Home > Bclnews (page 4)


RRI contest

RRI invites you to participate in a new prize winning contest, entitled “Iaşi – Historical Capital of Romania””, devoted to the city of Iaşi and Iaşi County in northeastern Romania. We invite you to follow RRI’s broadcasts, our site and our Facebook and LinkedIn profiles and provide correct answers, in writing, to the contest questions. The contest ends on …

Read More »

Radio Joystick and Scandinavian Weekend Radio on air this weekend

AUSTRIA, Radio Joystick, The Charlie-Prince Show, Moosbrunn, will be on air Sunday July 7 at 1000 UTC, like all first Sunday of the month on 7330 kHz: “Since 2013 we broadcast via Media Broadcast. The transmitters are located in the small town of Moosbrunn near Vienna, broadcasting our shows on every first Sunday of each month at 12:00 h German …

Read More »

FTIOM & UBMP July 7-13

For those who listen to our Sunday FTIOM transmission on 9400 from Bulgaria, there appears to be a lot of background noise in some areas from a different transmission from 1500-1530. We would be interested in hearing more about this problem if you are experiencing it. This week’s programs: From the Isle of Music, July 7-13: This week, we listen …

Read More »

Something’s always wrong at Radio Kuwait on shortwave

Something’s always wrong at Radio Kuwait Kabd. KUWAIT MOI Radio Kuwait Kabd General Service in DRM, June 30 0935-1325 15109.8 KBD 250 kW 310 deg to WeEUR Arabic (Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx & dxld via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 30) 15110 kHz. Nothing heard on July 2nd, at 10.05 UT, but DRMmode on air when checked again at 11.12 UT, but …

Read More »

Wolfgang Bueschel: Voice of Nigeria news

Mail of Februar 2014 by Ampegon / Thomcast technician DF8DX, HB9EHJ, 5N7Q, when visited Abuja (he built up this antennas erection in 2012 year) 3 Sender of type Thomcast TSW2300 erected once, one was faulty 6 months after erection – nice performance of the local Nigerian technicians, remained t w o units at Abuja still. Seldom both TXs are on …

Read More »

Radio for Peace International news

We wish to provide you with details concerning the distribution of our programs. Once a month we will send on the frequency 6070 khz for eurooe on Saturday evening from 19h-20h utc. Every week we will send on the 15770khz frequency towards the Maghreb from 8pm to 9pm on Friday. Every week we will be broadcasting on 9395khz frequency on …

Read More »

Shortwave Service july 6-7 broadcast

Next Weekend is nostalgic broadcast time in Kall. On 6th and 7th July we will broadcast the program of Eifeler Radiotage on Shortwave 6030 kHz with a very historic transmitter. Both days from 06 to 16 UTC.

Read More »

World Music Radio 5840 and 15805

For several weeks there has been a problem with the aerial for World Music Radio (WMR) 5840 kHz meaning that the power on 5840 had to be reduced to some 25-40 W, and more recently – after a lightning strike – WMR has been off air on 5840 during weekdays due to problems with the audio feed. Thursday June 27 …

Read More »

World Music Radio back on shortwave 24/7

For several weeks there was a problem with the aerial for 5840 kHz meaning that the power on 5840 had to be reduced to some 25-40 W and more recently – after a lightning strike – WMR has been off air on 5840 during weekdays due to problems with the audio feed. Today everything has been fixed – thanks to …

Read More »

Finnish radio drops Latin news after 30 years

The Yle public broadcaster has told its ‘carissimi auditores’ (dear listeners) that “everything passes, and even the best programmes reach the end of the road. This is now the case with our world-famous bulletin, which has broadcast the news in Latin on Friday for the past 30 years”. The core members of the ‘Nuntii Latini’ (News in Latin) team – …

Read More »

Radio Caroline North this weekend

Welcome back Chris Pearson after a two-year absence, now joining us as both a Caroline presenter and MD of Manx Radio! Tune in on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd June as our on-board presenters bring you some of the best music from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Our sponsor for the June broadcast is Dave, Brian and Roger from Plastic …

Read More »

Celebrating the 100 years of WWV

We’re glad you’ve joined us to help celebrate the World’s oldest continually operating radio station, WWV, as it turns 100 on October 1, 2019 – less than 5 months! The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Northern Colorado Amateur Radio Club (NCARC) have reached an agreement and are working together to organize the event. NIST will focus …

Read More »
Copy Protected by Chetan's WP-Copyprotect.