Radio Bosques

6190v, 6220v, 6290v, 11423v khz Radio Bosques, the SW pirate station of Argentine, now is a communitary FM station called FM Gonnet on 103.9 mHz, broadcasting with test transmissions from 1100 UTC +, and 24 hours on weekends.
Contacts emails:

fmgonnet103_9@yahoo.com.ar & radio_bosques@yahoo.com.ar

(Source: Radio Bosques, ARG, Oct 2, 2009)
Sent by Gabriel Ivan Barrera, Argentina via Yimber Gaviria, Colombia via PlayDX

Radio Joystick 9510 Khz

Radio Joystick Relay on 9510 kHz

Dear Listeners,
The relay of Radio Joystick is on this Saturday the 3rd
of October 2009 on 9510 khz.
The Transmission time is between 0800 to 0900 utc with a power of 150 KW via the IRRS.

Radio Joystick is on the air every 1st Saturday of the month at the same time and on the same channel.

Good listening 73s Tom

Info via Tom Taylor

Cupid Radio 15070 Khz

Hello radio friends

with the huge succes from last saturday in my mind, i have planned a new test broadcast

schedule will be as follow

saturday 3-10 frequencie 15.070 mhz AM modulated

start at 13:30 utc till 14:30 utc the beam will be aimed towards the south-east

curious if there is anyone lisening in the middle east !!!!

@ 14:30 utc till 15:00 utc the beam is aimed towards south america

i hope that the signal will be better now on the caribbean than last week!

@15:00 utc till 16:00 utc the beam is pointed towards the usa and canada

if the conditions are helping a hand its posible that we broadcast longer towards the states.

i have planned to use the big arrow with 400 watts. if everything works well

for this test broadcast will be given out a special 19 mtr dx qsl card

its a real exlusive one so keep youre ears wide open

73`s from holland

cheers rinus

for a report & request 0031-623812045

cupid radio p.o box 9 8097SE Oldebroek Netherlands

Info via SWPirates

Free Radio Service Holland

Dear FRS Friends,

Summer has gone and autumn is ruling. Propagation conditions have reached to a satisfactory level.
Time to expand some activity. We haven't decided yet on which date(s) FRS-Holland will take to the air with a regular schedule. But: in preparation to that, we have planned a series of tests on 39 metres, just above the well-known 41 mb. Next Sunday October 4th and 11th FRS-Holland will be carrying out tests on 7600 kHz and a second frequency close to 7600 kHz.
Each Sunday will see 4 hour of tests in two blocks of two hours: 08.00-10.00 UTC and a repeat between 12.00-14.00 UTC.
During each 2 hour morning block we will use two different frequencies, the same ones will be used during the afternoon tests.
We are understandably curious about reception on each frequency. What is the best frequency choice, is there much difference
between 7600 and the other channel, is there much difference in reception between the morning and afternoon hours? Questions
on which we would like to have your answer.
To collect the most reliable information the test schedule for Sun October 4th will be copied for Sun October 11th.
We'd love to hear from you, either by mail or via POBox 2702, 6049 ZG Herten, the Netherlands. Comparisons between the two freqs and morning/ afternoon blocks is of course extra interesting! A nice QSL card is waiting for you.
Keep an eye on 7600 kHz and a second frequency close to that, for instance 7635 and 7650 kHz.

The latest edition of FRS News is out. In this 4 page edition (in colour!) the latest FRS News, we look back at the highly successful
December 2008 broadcast, Mailbox 2702, Fact File and a story on Radio Europe Int. (History of European SW Free Radio).
If you would like to obtain a copy, send two euro/ 3 US dollars to our Herten maildrop.
More news in the upcoming weeks.

73s, Peter Verbruggen on behalf of the FRS Team

Radio London story

Ben Toney, the man from Radio London (BigL) has written his story about Radio London and gives many unknown details. It is not available in the bookshops but you can get it from himself. Write to:

Ben Toney
P. O Box 131
Springtown
Texas 760820131
USA

for more information.

Extensive extracts: http://www.radiolondon.co.uk/kneesflashes/happenings/julyaugsept09/julyaugsept01.html

Info via RadioCarolineMailinglist

Radio City on 9510 Khz

New IRRS schedule on 9510 Khz: each 3rd Saturday from 1000 to 1100 CET on 9510 kHz. (The new program is "Radio City - The radio of the cars" from Sweden). Seems to be corresponding to 0800 Utc.

Info via DXLD

Radio City - the Station of the Cars will be back soon via Nexus (formerly known as IRRS) with 150 kW from Slovakia on 9510 kHz the third Saturday of each month between 10 and 11 hours CET (at the moment corresponding to 8 and 9 hours GMT). The first programme will be on the air October 17.

Contact address remains .

Best regards

Radio City - the Station of the Cars

Info via A-DX

EMR relay this Sunday

EMR relay this Sunday

Date 20th of September 2009

Time 09.00 to 10.00 utc

Channel 6140 khz

Programmes:

09.00 Tom Taylor programme

09.30 Mike Taylor (Mail Box programme)

EMR Internet radio service on Sunday and Monday

Programme repeats are at the following times:

0900 - 1200 - 1500 - 1800 and 2000 utc

Please visit www.emr.org.uk and click on the “EMR internet radio” button which you will find throughout the website (see the menu on the left).

M.V.Baltic. Information:

MV Baltic Radio relay service Schedule for summer 2009

1st Sunday – MV Baltic Radio

3rd Sunday – European Music Radio

4th Sunday – Radio Gloria International

Please send all reception reports to: studio(at)emr.org.uk Good Listening 73s Tom

Info via Tom Taylor

Atlantic 2000

Atlantic 2000 will be on the air this Sunday 13 September, from 13:00 to 15:00 UTC on 7550 kHz on the 41 meter band, and at the same time via our webstream on the Internet.
Our program includes music, and a tribute to the legendary Radio Andorra starting 70 years ago, on August 1939.

Don't forget to listen.

Atlantic 2000
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visit our website :
http://radioatlantic2000.free.fr

Info via alfalima.net