European Pirates on WRMI July 2021

we will be getting relayed in july here are the details
European Pirates on WRMI
Who:
Selected European pirate radio stations that broadcast interesting programs
using high-quality production techniques.
What:
A 57-minute (approx) program — ideally a program with the content the
station normally broadcasts — on WRMI, Miami, FL USA
When:
Saturdays in July at 0200 UTC (Friday nights in NAm) in scheduled TRSW
time slots
Where:
5800 kHz
Why:
Provide interesting programs for listeners who may not know these stations
exist and for DXers who can’t hear these stations under current solar
conditions.
Details:
Programs will be aired at no cost to the pirate stations.
The aired program will have a TRSW IS as the lead-in and lead-out and a
TRSW announcement following the opening IS. These will be recorded
shortly so the pirate stations know exactly how much time their program
must fill.
The pirate station’s program will be broadcast in its entirety with no
interruptions.
If interested, contact Cap’n Ric at texasradiosw@gmai.com

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Radio Igloo 23 April 2021

Radio Igloo and The Westcoast DX-Club in Gothenburg, Sweden has produced another show
with information about the DX-Club and music performed by artists from West-Sweden.
On Friday April 23rd at 21.0 European Daylight Time (19.0 UTC) the Show will be transmitted from one of our shortwave transmitters in central Europe.
On 6295 kHz or on a free frequency nearby.
We hope you will enjoy our music-show.
We appreciate to hear from you and audioclips are always welcome.
Greetings from
The Radio Igloo Team and The Westcoast DX-Club

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Marconi Radio International 5th of April 2021 11390 Khz

Marconi Radio International on air on on 5th April 2021 on 11390 kHz with a power of 250 watts
Glad to announce that Marconi Radio International has got a new power amplifier and is now being able to broadcast with a power in the region of 250/270 watts AM mode. The first broadcast with this new equipment is planned on 5th April 2021, from 0900 to 1030 UTC with a repeat from 1600 to 1730 UTC. The frequency? 11390 kHz. Our e-mail address for reception reports is marconiradiointernational@gmail.com
Last but not least, we need your help! If you are a DX blogger, or use social networks, please post an announcement on your own blog and/or Facebook or send out a tweet. You can also forward this message to a friend.
Marconi Radio International.

Sendeschiff Kanaren Full Gospel Las Palmas Church

Thread in der Mailingliste A-DX:

> Existiert(e) da nicht ein Radioschiff, das Gottesdienste für koreanische Fischer sendet(e)? Finde auf die Schnelle nichts, die Station wurde aber bisweilen, ich glaube um 9 MHz, auch in < > Europa gehört.

Davon habe ich noch nie etwas gehört. Es gab einmal auf den Kanaren die „Full Gospel Las Palmas Church“ einer koreanischen Sekte, die auf 6715 kHz mit 100 Watt in SSB ihre koreanischen Gottesdienste und Missionssendungen für die koreanische Fischfangflotte im Atlantik ausgestrahlt haben. Meine QSL stammt vom 1.11.2002, nicht lange danach wurde diese Piratenausstrahlung eingestellt, unterbunden, ausgehoben, was auch immer.

Radio Marconi International 23-25 October 2020 schedule changes

Please take note of the following changes for this week tests transmissions from Marconi Radio International (MRI). We will be on the air as follows:
23 October 2020 test cancelled
24 October 2020, 05.00-06.00 UTC.
25 October 2020, 06.00-07.30 UTC
The frequency is 6170 kHz (USB mode) (alternative frequency 6190 kHz).
Reception reports (verified by eQSL) to this E-mail address: marconiradiointernational (at) gmail.com
Some lucky listeners will also receive our printed QSL card. Please don't forget to include your postal/street address, too!
Last but not least, we need your help! If you are a DX blogger, or use social networks, please post an announcement on your own blog and/or Facebook or send out a tweet. You can also forward this message to a friend.
Stay tuned!
Marconi Radio International

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Marconi Radio International (MRI) will be on the air this week with test transmissions

MARCONI RADIO INTERNATIONAL LAST 2017 DAY SCHEDULE
Please be advised that Marconi Radio International (MRI) will be on the air this week with test transmissions on 20, 23, 24 and 25 October 2020, as follows:

05.00-06.00 UTC. The frequency is 6170 kHz (USB mode).

Reception reports (verified by eQSL) to this E-mail address: marconiradiointernational (at) gmail.com

Some lucky listeners will also receive our printed QSL card. Please don't forget to include your postal/street address, too!

Last but not least, we need your help! If you are a DX blogger, or use social networks, please post an announcement on your own blog and/or Facebook or send out a tweet. You can also forward this message to a friend.

Stay tuned!

Marconi Radio International

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FRS 40th Anniversary

Dear FRS Friends,

We at FRS were happy with the response on our 200th official broadcast on Sunday August 30th. We received a fine number of most interesting mails and letters,
some from 'long ago listeners' and others from new listeners. And amazing reception in the US/Canada later in the evening! But (and this is even more important!)
also solid reception in Europe, particularly in the mid/later part of the evening.

The comprehensive FRS Summer 2020 Newsletter tells it all.
In the mean time we have responded to all those writing in for the FRS Summer Splash as well as the 200th broadcast August 30th. It was a huge job but
looking at some of the mail we received, it was worth doing.

Most likely early November we hope to celebrate 4 decades of FRS-Holland on short wave. Certainly a milestone!
It's not only our party but also the listeners' one! So...we need a little helping hand, your participation.
In all those many years we have often tried to involve listeners in our broadcasts. Many of you will know what I mean.

We'd kindly request to answer & reply to these two questions:

Q1) When did you listen to FRS-Holland for the very first time?

It could be an exact date but if you cannot remember that's no problem. 'Summer 1983', 'late 1998' , Spring 2005'' ...all is ok! And: if you can add a just a few explanatory words. that would be wonderful.
Like: 'I first heard FRS-Holland because early 2001 I bought myself a new SW receiver. One of the first times I used it, I came along FRS-Holland." Or: "I read about FRS in a magazine and was
curious to hear the station.' 'I heard it from a fellow DXer.' There are various good reasons! If you remember please mention it.

Q2) And why are you still listening to FRSH?

Please come up with one or a few arguments. Most likely you have already mentioned (a) reason(s) in a mail/ letter you once sent.

How to respond?
You can respond by e-mail or spoken word (approx. one minute).
If you have the opportunity to record your message (mp3), that would be wonderful. Otherwise we will read out your message on air!

Please include your name and address. To ease things you can fill in the attached form and return it.
Or alternatively put your answers directly in a mail.

Last but not least: we MUST have your entry latest on October 9th. That gives you more than enough time.
We do not expect long 'stories'. Keep it short !