On the first Saturday of the new year on 02.January 2021 from 11:00 to 14:00 UTC runs the next 6045-shortwave-show with the combination Radio60! with €rdenman (11 - 12 & 13 - 14 UTC) & Gunter from Hitmix-Radio as guest DJ (13 - 14 UTC) on 6045 kHz.
We will play again good music from the 70s and 80s.
* The technical specialty of this transmission for the specialists of our listeners will be the "flying" change of the transmitter while the running show at 12:05 UTC. Because of organizational reasons (Radio SeTa2 used this 100kW-transmitter on 6095kHz until 12:00 UTC) we will start at 11:00 UTC on 6045 kHz with a other 125kW-transmitter. At 12:05 UTC the 100kW-transmitter will be run for a few seconds parallel with modulation on 6045 kHz. The 125kW-transmitter then will be switched off and we use the 100kW-transmitter until the end of the transmission at 14:00 UTC.
Greetings and musicwishes for this transmission can you send to erdenman(at)gmx.de.
If you send us a correct rapport to erdenman(at)gmx.de, then always we send the eQSLs shortly after our transmissions.
1st of January 2021 12-14 UTC 5990 Khz
2nd of January 2021 11-14 UTC 6045 Khz Shortwave Radio show with Radio 60 and Hitmix Radio
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"FRS Seasonal December broadcast
On Sunday December 27th FRS-Holland will be ringing out 2020 with its tradional Seasonal December broadcast. Programmes will start at 08:52 UTC/ 09:54 CET.
2020 has been a very special year. Covid-19 ruled the world with all of its consequences. At the same time FRSH celebrated two milestones: In August the 200th official shortwave broadcast and two months later- early November- the icing of the cake was our 40th Anniversary. Both on air celebrations were successful and we'd like all listeners for their support!
Times and frequencies December 27th:
7700// 5790 08:52- 13:30 UTC/ 09:52- 14:30 CET. Repeat following close down: 13:30- 18:00 UTC/ 14:30- 19:00 CET.
3920: 08:52- 13:30 UTC/ 09:52- 14:30 CET.
5810: 08:52- 12:00 UTC/ 09:52- 13:00 CET.
Andy Walker & Chris Ise live at 16 UTC on 3975 kHz
Dear FRS Friend!
Christmas 2020 casts its shadow forward and we are approaching the end of 2020. An almost (?) surrealistic year.
Perspectives for 2021 are hopeful but it will take time and patience before our hopes will be fulfilled, looking at the upcoming start
For us at FRS-Holland it was a special year too. 2020 marked our 200th official shortwave broadcast back in August and the icing
on the cake was the celebration of our 40th Anniversary a few weeks ago. April saw a broadcast of hope right in the middle of the
first Covid-19 wave. Last Summer we did an experiment with The FRS Summer Splash: three successive thematic broadcasts.
40th Anniversary broadcast
The November 8th on air 40th anniversary celebration exceeded our expectations. That day we were heard with good signals on - apart
from 7700 & 5790- also on 6195, 6160, 3920. A great success!
I remember that Saturday I went to our P.O.Box 2702... it was crammed with letters...snailmail! Together with all e-mails we can only
be happy and proud. The comprehensive preparations to make it an interesting, successful and memorable broadcast paid off!
CD, Booklet & QSL
It's my guess it won't surprise you that the months prior to November 8th were fully focused on preparing, organizing etc. There was
no time for other 'business'. Nevertheless we felt it was the right moment for a souvenir CD ánd booklet. And: we had to work on creating/
producing an unique Anniversary QSL as well. It was not until a week after the Anniversary broadcast that a start was made to produce
the CD, booklet and QSL.
In the mean time the 'ingredients' for the CD have been finished. The main idea for the special QSL card has been worked out and even better:
the QSL has already been printed. Those who send a reception report/letter to P.O.Box 2702 will not regret it: the 40th Anniversary QSL
is (in my humble opinion) a success and looks splendid. It's a folded A4, printed on heavy quality paper in full color. Wait and see!
For those who sent an e-mail report, regretting (after reading the above) they didn't go for a hard copy: you can still get your unique QSL
by writing to P.O.Box 2702. We have printed a few extra ones but remember: this QSL is only issued for the 40th Anniversary broadcast!
Without exaggeration: the hard copy QSL is by far the best option!
The CD & booklet will be finished in the next few days. Final conclusion: a bit of patience is required.
Traditional December broadcast
The FRS Seasonal December broadcast is scheduled for Sunday December 27th, the day after Boxing Day. It's a tradition we won't give up.
So except a nice mix of great music, items & information in a few weeks' time.
More info will follow via mail and on our website.
GERMANY(non) Radio60! and Studio 52 will be back on shortwave again via MBR
1100-1400 on 6045 NAU 125 kW / 233 deg to WeEu English/Dutch Sat November 14
1200-1400 on 5990 NAU 125 kW / 233 deg to WeEu English/Dutch Fri January 1
1100-1400 on 6045 NAU 125 kW / 233 deg to WeEu English/Dutch Sat January 2
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Dear FRS Friend,
We're approaching the moment that we have been looking forward to for a long time: the celebration of 40 years of shortwave
Following our successful 200th official broadcast back in August, this really is a milestone.
For already quite some time, intensive preparations have been taking place and we've done the best we could to provide an
attractive broadcasting schedule.
Of course we hope on your company next Sunday! For details please check our website.
73s, Peter Verbruggen on behalf of the FRS Team
Radio60! back on shortwave 🎼🎤🎧🎙🎚
with 2 transmissions on
14th November 2020 and 02th January 2021
See more informations on our website:
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TEXAS RADIO SHORTWAVE ON WBCQ FOR HALLOWEEN
Cap’n Ric’s pleased to announce that WBCQ in Monticello, Maine will broadcast The Texas Halloween Party from Texas Radio Shortwave. It’ll air at 0200 UTC on November 1 (still October 31 in NAm) on 6160 kHz.
The program, along with all WBCQ's Area 51 programs, streams at http://126.96.36.199/area51.
As always, TRSW has a special eQSL for correct reception reports, including from streaming media. The card features Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, who you may remember from TV, movies, and comic books.
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Happy Reunification : Europe 24 and Shortwave Radio live today from 12 CEST on 6150 & 6160 kHz - join us with your music requests - send us your voice messages via our Speakpipe on our website shortwaveradio.de
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TEXAS RADIO SHORTWAVE ANNOUNCES PROGRAM CHANGE FOR OCTOBER 2020
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 email@example.com.
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 http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/.
Texas Radio Shortwave sails in international waters off the South Texas coast. Its programs are regularly broadcast in Europe and occasionally in North America.