BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND, WRMI RELAYS GERMAN PIRATE STATION CHARLESTON RADIO INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY AT 8 P.M. ET ON 5950 KHZ
WRMI airs two Texas Radio Shortwave programs Saturday: 1) TRSW Special: Charleston Radio International at 8 p.m. and 2) TRSW Prime: Janis Joplin Live at 9 p.m. (These times are 0000 UTC and 0100 UTC respectively on Sunday, October 10.)
Charleston Radio International is a German pirate station, back on WRMI by listener request. Charleston Radio International plays music from the 1920s, ‘30s, and ’40s, along with announcements and other material from that time. eQSLs will come directly from the station at firstname.lastname@example.org. TRSW won’t issue eQSLs for this program.
Janis Joplin Live features a selection of the Port Arthur, Texas native’s music. If you expect to hear “Me and Bobby McGee” or “Mercedes Benz,” you’ll be disappointed. Instead, you’ll listen to an alternate version of “Down On Me” and 10 more great songs.
Janis Joplin eQSLs are available for accurate, detailed reception reports covering at last 20 minutes of the program. The verifications are a double-panel design (like front and back on a traditional paper QSL). The email is email@example.com.
TRSW’s Europirate relays continue a week from Saturday at 8 p.m. (0000 Sunday UTC) with KR1 (The Netherlands). Stations to be relayed on WRMI in the following weeks are:
October 30-31 = Cupid Radio (UK) *
November 6-7 = Radio Pamela (UK)
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.
The pirate radio station that sends messages visible in your SDR waterfall is back on the air again, 6960 kHz circa 2135 UTC.