Radio Heritage Foundation Extends Coverage to Europe

Radio Heritage Foundation
Extends Coverage to Europe

WELLINGTON [New Zealand]

The addition of major new European radio history content at its website [] marks a move by the Radio Heritage Foundation to extend its coverage of radio heritage connections to Europe.

Chairman David Ricquish says ‘the borderless nature of radio waves has always made it inevitable that our focus would one day expand beyond our initial work in the Asia and Pacific region. In fact, our collections already have many materials relating to broadcasters based in Europe going back to the 1920’s. European broadcasters, their ideas, policies and cultures have had a major influence on Pacific broadcasting for decades.’

The new content covers individual station features, 44 European countries, almost 100 separately researched years of local European broadcasting, over 15 digitized early radio frequency guides and some 250 audio samples and images.

The material has a special focus on local European broadcasting history centered on mediumwave [AM] and longwave stations, events and personalities covering the entire 20th century and the first decade of the current period.

Mr Ricquish adds ‘Belgian based Herman Boel has collected together, with help from other European sources, a wonderful treasure trove of radio heritage material. Herman needed to spend more time on other projects so we are delighted to make sure his efforts and dedication are maintained and continue to be freely accessible to the community.’

There are many connections between European and Asia & Pacific radio heritage issues that can now be explored and showcased at These include the many European based shortwave broadcasters that are now fading from the airwaves but which have influenced several generations of audiences in the wider Pacific region. Amateur radio heritage connections with Europe are another area of immediate concern.

The Radio Heritage Foundation already has over 200 Asian and Pacific radio heritage features at, hosts detailed radio guides such as the PAL Radio Guide series with thousands of stations covered on AM, Shortwave and FM, has researched and produced some 40 radio documentaries for Radio New Zealand International, and is the official World Radio TV Handbook country contributor for over 25 Pacific countries.

(Via )

Info via dxld

Offsets: Screenshots of 130 mediumwave channels

Hallo – recently I have screenshotted some 130 medium wave channels for 6,5 hours each, spaced 9 kHz as well as 10 kHz:

* 600 kHz – 531 kHz on the 16th of December, 2010 within a window of mostly 10 Hz. Time was from about 19:00 UTC to 05:00 UTC.
* 1602 kHz – 999 kHz on the 26/27th of January, 2011 within a window of mostly 20 Hz. Preferred time has been 01:30 UTC to 08:00 UTC, with some screenshots from the afternoon (Asian DX)

Receiver was SDR-IP with GPS-disciplined oscillator.

The screenshots for each channel can be downloaded from:

Info via dxld

Radio Hami, Räyskälä, Finnland


Radio Hami, Räyskälä, Finland will be broadcasting on 15th – 18th July 2010 on 104.9 FM,1584 AM and 6120 SW.
More information can be found at:

Radio Hami is temporary radio station, that operates yearly from The Finnish Amateur Radio League summer camp. Usually transmissions can be heard locally on FM and more internationally on 49 and 187 meter bands. The station has the address: Radio Hami / SRAL, PL 44, 00441 Helsinki, Finland.

73s Hannu Romppainen, Finland via mwcircle yg (29/6-2010) via A-DX


The various frequency listings which are maintained on the British DX Club web site have now been updated for May 2010:

*Guide to DX & Media Programmes
*Africa on Shortwave
*Middle East on Shortwave
*UK on Shortwave
*South Asia on the Tropical Bands
*External Services on Mediumwave

The above can all be found on the Articles Index at:

We are also pleased to announce the publication of the A-10 edition of Broadcasts in English which can now be ordered from the club – see Home page for details.
(Copies were sent to club members on Friday and should be delivered this week)

Info via HCDX

Radio Stations in the United Kingdom – New 2010 – 22nd edition

Radio Stations in the United Kingdom – New 2010 – 22nd edition
is now available from the club.

BDXC’s guide to all UK and Irish MW and FM radio stations.

click Radio Stations in the United Kingdom.

This 72-page booklet follows the successful format of previous editions with its comprehensive frequency-by-frequency guide to domestic mediumwave and FM stations in the UK. It covers all BBC, commercial and community radio stations as well as the low power AM and FM stations operating with long-term restricted service licences.

Features include:
* All stations listed by frequency as well as station name
* Frequencies cross-referenced to show parallel channels
* Transmitter sites, powers and transmitter polarisation
* full postal addresses, web address and phone numbers
* Comprehensive listing of long-term Low Power AM and FM stations
at colleges, hospitals, schools, sports venues, prisons
and army garrisons.
* Full details of the many new Community Radio stations
* Separate section covers RTE and independent stations in Ireland

“Radio Stations in the UK” aims to be the most accurate and comprehensive guide to British domestic AM and FM radio for the DXer and UK radio enthusiast. Since the last edition there have been many changes and dozens of new stations have come on the air.

Anyone planning a holiday or business trip in the UK, or visiting the
country would find the guide invaluable in helping to identify the numerous radio stations now on the air. Why not order a second copy to keep in your car?

Getting a Copy
“Radio Stations in the UK” is available from:

British DX Club
10 Hemdean Hill
Reading RG4 7SB
United Kingdom

PRICE per copy including postage:

* UK: £4.00
* Europe: £5.00 / 7 Euros (paypal/cash only) /
8 International Reply Coupons
* Rest of World: £6.00 (sterling)/ 9 International Reply Coupons /
US$10 (paypal/cash only)

SPECIAL OFFER for 2 copies: UK £7.00, Europe 10 Euros (paypal/cash)

All prices include postage. To avoid sending coins through the post you may send a combination of currencies, eg 5 Euro plus 2 IRCs or 2 dollars.

Recommended methods of payment:
* UK Cheque / UK postal order payable to “British DX Club”
* Paypal payments to:
(please add 5% to cover Paypal fees)
* International Reply Coupons
* Cash in $US, Euros or other major currencies
(but no foreign coins or foreign cheques please)
(Communication, BrDXC-UK Feb 6)

Info via A-DX

BDXC frequency lists updated

The various frequency guides compiled by Tony Rogers on the British DX Club web site have now been updated for January 2010:

-Africa on Shortwave
-External Services on Mediumwave – NEW
-Middle & Near East on Shortwave
-South Asia on the Tropical Bands
-UK on Shortwave

All of the above can be found on the ARTICLES INDEX page at

The DX Diary and DX Programme lists have also been updated.

Info via HCDX

Radio Nederland on 22nd of November, 2006

Confirmed frequencies for RNW election coverage in Dutch on 22 November

On Wednesday 22 November, the Dutch go to the polls in a general election. For worldwide coverage in Dutch of the results, some additional frequencies will be in use. The following frequencies have been confirmed. Several others are under negotiation and will be published when confirmation is received. Frequencies will be on the air after the polls close as follows (all times UTC):

* 2000-2400 on 1314 kHz to Northwest Europe
* 2100-2200 on 7120 kHz to Central Africa
* 2100-2200 on 11655 kHz to West Africa
* 2100-2200 on 15315 kHz to Surinam & NE Brazil
* 2100-2200 on 17810 kHz to West Africa
* 2100-2200 on 17895 kHz to South America (south)
* 2100-2300 on 6040 kHz to West and Southwest Europe
* 2100-2300 on 9895 kHz to Central and Northwest Africa
* 2200-2300 on 15315 kHz to South America (south)
* 2200-2300 on 11730 kHz to Canary Islands / North Africa
* 2300-2400 on 6165 kHz to North America (east)
* 2300-2400 on 9525 kHz to Caribbean / South America (north)

We draw the attention of listeners in Europe to the transmission on mediumwave 1314 kHz from the 1200 kW transmitter in Norway which has been withdrawn from regular service. Full details of transmitter sites will be published when the list is complete. The definitive frequency schedule with relay sites is posted at

Source: Rudolf Sonntag on A-Dx-List