Website of the station at http://www.mar105.tk
Info via alt.radio.pirate
Special programme on 675 kHz on 31 August
Stichting Norderney, the Dutch organisation set up to preserve the historyof Radio Veronica’s years as an offshore broadcaster, has arranged a special broadcast on 31 August, the anniversary of the offshore station’s closure in 1974.
The broadcast will be on 675 kHz by arrangement with Arrow Classic Rock. It starts at 0500 UTC with recordings of historic broadcasts, and there will be live programming between 1000 and 1500 UTC which will include an appearance by Robbie Dale, who worked for Radio Veronica for a time after the closure of Radio Caroline.
(Source: Stichting Norderney via Mike Barraclough)
(Media Network web log)
Info via bdxc-uk via Wolfgang Bueschel on A-DX
Some links of dutch pirate radio history are posted on nl.media.radio.
Hello FRS Friends,
This morning at 05.00 UTC/ 06.00 CET FRS-Holland carried out a broadcast on 6210 kHz hoping to reach North America. The programme ran for one hour after which the programme was repeated.
This morning at 09.00 UTC/ 10.00 CET the full December 17th shows will be repeated via the Intenet.
Extra info: an additional extra second stream is to be heard (see below).
This is your chance to hear FRSH in crisp clear stereo!
Pxs will last 4 hours including FRS Magazine, the new German presenter Jan van Dijk & FRS Goes DX.
Info to receive FRS’ audio web stream:
Windows Media Player http://bereik.net:8500.
Win Amp stream 1 http://bereik.net:8500/listen.pls (128 kbps / 44 HKz – stereo)
Win Amp Stream 2: http://bereik.net:8000/listen.pls (48 kpbs / 44 KHz – stereo)
73s, Peter V.
Dear FRS Friends,
Last Sunday FRS-Holland was heard on 6220 kHz between 09.00- 13.00 UTC.
Conditions were rather unstable compared with the 10th December when we carried out a promotional broadcast. Nonetheless we received numerous mails.
Next Sunday X-Mas Eve Dec. 24th FRS-Holland will repeat the complete broadcast of the previous week on the Internet. Times are the same: between 09.00- 13.00 UTC.
We’d like to thank all listeners for the many e-mails. As far as letters are concerned:
so far we haven’t checked our mailbox! But if you have written in: thanks a lot !
All mails will be handled as soon as possible (over the X-Mas Season).
If you would like to give it a try listening to FRS in good quality next Sunday, then check this: for those using Win Amp use http://bereik.net:8500/listen.pls.
Windows Media Player users should surf to http://bereik.net:8500.
Next early Sunday morning FRS will be broadcasting a 60 min. show hoping to reach North America. We could be on 48 metres but perhaps also on 41 metres around 7490 kHz. Test will start at approx. 05.00 UTC.
All the best, have a great weekend!
73s, Peter V. on behalf of the FRS Crew
Hans Knot has posted some files of Radio Atlantis on nl.media.radio:
The Laser Hot Hits site is back online via http://www.laserhothits.co.uk/.
Laser can still be heard on Shortwave at weekends on 6275 kHz using relay facilities. Alternatively you can always listen to Laser streaming on the web via the Destiny Media Player. Recently we began a second service called “Laser Hot Hits 2” giving a choice of two different shows via the Destiny Media Player. Both streams are available 24 hours a day and offer good quality audio with some shows in stereo.
Surf along to PirateRadio.Com and download the Destiny Media Player. Once installed, click on Radio then the Station tag on the right. In the list that appears look for Laser Hot Hits 1 and 2 in the Mixed Format folder. Click on a Laser name in the list and we should start streaming to your computer.
At the moment we are testing a third Internet stream which can be listened to using Winamp, Windows Media Player, etc. This has different shows to the other streams and be heard 24 hours a day by clicking the following link or pasting the details into your player : http://laserhh.podzone.net:9000
Mark de Haan has posted a studio recording of Radio Atlantis 1974 with Andy Anderson on nl.media.radio.zeezenders:
Some more offshore nostalgia has been posted by Eric C in the usenet group nl.media.radio.zeezenders:
Laser Hot Hits is on 6275 Khz at 1720 Utc with SINPO 23322. Plays some 80th pop music like walk in the park. Signal is now weaker then before stopping the regular transmissions but readable.
Quoting from the website http://www.laserhothits.co.uk/:
October 2006 – We have begun new test transmissions on 6275kHz via a new relay station. These transmissions are taking place at various times on weekdays and weekends, and reception reports would be gratefully received and acknowledged. Also thanks to several other shortwave free radio stations who have been relaying our Destiny media stream from the Internet via their own transmitters – all relays are gratefully accepted at this time.
Please see the announcement below updating our message from 23 August. On this month’s update, there is a chance to hear shows which were recently aired on shortwave. We still have some shows that were recorded for shortwave but either only made it on air for a few days or did not get transmitted at all. So please keep checking out our website for more programmes in the next few months. You can hear these shows on the Sounds page.
Alternatively you can always listen to Laser streaming on the web via the Destiny Media Player. This is available 24 hours a day and offers good quality audio with some shows in stereo. Surf along to PirateRadio.Com and download the Destiny Media Player. Once installed, click on Radio then the Station tag on the right. In the list that appears look for Laser Hot Hits in the Mixed Format folder. Click on Laser’s name in the list and we should start streaming to your computer.
Also if you missed any programmes from the last update, you can still hear them by clicking the following Recent Shows page.