Atlantic R, Ireland, 3910, 13 Nov, via Global Tuners UK from 2302 to 2333 with predictably nice signal. However 6960 was not heard, even in the UK.
A QSL e-mail from Stephen Prendergast explained why: "We broadcast from the west coast of Ireland, we have a 80 ft vertical tower that supports a inverted V for our 6960 kHz transmitter (currently 10 watts) and we have a inverted L antenna for 1251 kHz MW. Our 1251 kHz transmitter will not be fully up and running till Christmas, and will operate on 300 Watts.
The 3910 kHz transmitter is located at a different site not too far away, it`s a horizontal dipole, the transmitter was running at 150 W from 2000 to 2210, and then 500 W from then till close at 2333.
This has been our second broadcast, and first on 3910. We hope to return during the Christmas season as we need to make improvements to our 6960 transmitter. Our link was dropping due to water logging in the coax."
10 W is not likely to travel far! 6960 could be an interesting target for the Christmas broadcast.
(Bruce Churchill, Fallbrook CA, USA, Nov 22, Cumbre DX via DX Listening Digest)
The station's website is at http://www.atlanticradio.ie/