Wednesday, December 16, 2009

FRS Christmas broadcast

Following our November 15th & 22nd broadcasts a few weeks ago, FRS-Holland will again take to
the airwaves over the X-Mas Holiday Season. On December 27th FRS-Holland will continue a long-time tradition. And that means we invite you - the listener to participate. Forward your very own personal New Year Greetings to the Free Radio Service Holland and we will make sure it'll be read out during our broadcast.

You can dedicate your greetings to friends, etc. but you can also make a 'general NY Greeting. It can be written or (preferably!) Taped (cassette, CD, MD or MP3 file) and send to our PO Box 2702, 6049 ZG Herten in the Netherlands. Of course the easy & quick way is by sending an e-mail to or . You can add something special to our  broadcast by participating. So take part in the FRS Party that day. It'll be great fun. Make sure your contribution reaches us before December 16th. We are looking forward hearing from you! Tune in on the 27th ... it'll be worth while!

FRSH will be on 27th December 7600 / / 5810 kHz for at least 4 hours. After close down, the full
Programming will be repeated! Pxs will be presented by Jan van Dijk doing the German show.
Dave Scott will be playing classic rock and has a few interesting radio related items. Hopefully Paul Graham will be hosting another classic Golden FRS show playing great stuff 60s/70s as well as a feature on a landbased pirate radio station from years gone by. Peter Verbruggen will look back to what happened in the past on December 27th (Day Calendar) en plays a mix of 80s/90s/00s records in FRS Magazine. He will also host a 45 min FRS Goes DX edition with the latest news from the wonderful world of wireless.

Mike Anderson's DX wave will feature a mix of DX news and music. During the pxs we will read
mail out November and New Year's Greetings. So there is the 'Phrase that Pays'. Pxs most likely commence at 07.52 UTC / 08.52 CET and last 4 or 5 hours. All shows will be repeater
ted on the same frequencies, during the afternoon hours. FRS that day will likely be so
heard via the Internet.

73s, Peter V. 

(station direct)

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