Thursday, October 14, 2010

Pirate Radio St Helena

"Although we are all disappointed that Radio St. Helena had to cancel its annual Radio St. Helena Day broadcast on 11,092.5 kHz, I have been informed that there will be a substitute transmission one week later from Pirate Radio St. Helena.

The faux Radio St. Helena plans to operate on the familiar 11092.5 kHz at 2300 UT on Saturday, October 16th. You can contact the station during its program by using the following e-mail address: piratesainthelena @ The station is busy building a special dipole antenna designed for just this transmission so reception should be good provided propagation cooperates.

The faux Radio St. Helena is preparing its own special QSL for the occasion. All correct reports will be verified with a special Radio St. Helena Day electronic attachment. Send your report to: piratesainthelena @

Good luck!"

(via: Rich D'Angelo, Wyomissing PA 19610, NASWA Flashsheet Oct 10 via WORLD OF RADIO 1534, DXLD)

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