FRS 40 Year Contribution

Dear FRS Friend,

This is a final reminder: if you want to participate in FRS' 40th Anniversary, please do it nów!
Time is running out and we have to prepare for the upcoming broadcast, that includes the participation forms listeners have sent in.

Thanks to all of you who already did!
There are still a number of avid listeners out there whose input is highly appreciated. Perhaps we mean yóú !!

Our 40th Anniversary celebration is scheduled for Sunday November 8th 2020. Put it on your calendar.
More details will follow early November!

On our site you will find info plus a link for downloading the participation form. Alternatively an mp3 is highly appreciated as well!

73s Peter V. on behalf of the FRS crew

Atlantic 2000 on the air this Saturday 17th of October 2020

Atlantic 2000 will be on the air this Saturday 17th of October, from 09:00 to 10:00 UTC on 9670 kHz (only) via Channel 292.

Streams will be available at the same time on our website:

or directly here:

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The Podcast will be online after the transmission.

Good listening!

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GULF OF MEXICO, October 2, 2020 - Texas Radio Shortwave, an American free radio station, today announced a program change for October 2020.

Texas Radio Shortwave will broadcast a tribute to Texas music legend Doug Sahm on October 17 instead of the previously announced Ladies of Texas Music Special.

The Doug Sahm Tribute will air on Channel 292 from Rohrbach, Germany with 10 kW of power. Frequencies and air times on October 17 are 9670 kHz at 0200 and 6070 kHz at 0900 UTC.

Listener Ron Melcher of Collegeville, Pennsylvania USA contributed the playlist and introduces the program.

The lineup on Channel 292 for the rest of 2020 has not changed: November 21 – anniversary rebroadcast of Texas Radio Shortwave’s inaugural program; December 19 - rebroadcast of the 2019 Pre-Christmas Music Special; and December 25 - the Texas Christmas Music Special.

Texas Radio Shortwave will send a limited-edition Doug Sahm electronic verification to listeners sending correct, detailed reception reports for the broadcast. The email address is

Reception reports should include times, song titles, the text of announcements, a SINPO/SIO signal rating, information on the listener’s receiver and antenna, and comments on the program content. Listeners should mention if they use a remote software-defined radio (SDR) and the receiver’s location. Audio clips are welcomed.

Listeners worldwide may tune to Texas Radio Shortwave broadcasts using an SDR like the one at the University of Twente in The Netherlands. The URL is

Texas Radio Shortwave sails in international waters off the South Texas coast. Its programs are regularly broadcast in Europe and occasionally in North America.