Saturday, April 09, 2011

Sat Apr 9

3905: Overijssel Radio. Dutch music @ 1935. Fair signal. SINPO 34333.

3932: The Ghoul. Talking about shopping, Icehouse "Crazy" @ 1920. Good-strong signal. SINPO 44433.

3932: Bogusman. Indie music and chat from the Bogusman @ 2120, talking about an old record  he bought. SINPO 44433.

3935: Free Radio Nova. Sixties music @ 1925, ID heard, fair signal but splash from 3932. SINPO 33333.

4026: Laser Hot Hits. Dance music @ 0915, fair signal. SINPO 34333.

6220: Laser Hot Hits. Adverts for Offshore Echoes and FSN News, then Four Seasons "Silver Star." Fair signal but utility splash from 6225. SINPO 33333.

6266: Free Radio Network. Deelite "Groove is in the Heart" @ 1705, DJ Dave Norris, fair signal but QRM from some whistles and carriers, also streaming at SINPO 33333.

6295: Misti Radio (lsb). Voice only, sending out greetings, calling Artem in Moscow @ 1735. Fair signal but clear audio. SINPO 34433.

6305: Radio Bravo Sierra. Instrumental version of "Lady in Red" @ 2008, fair signal but quite noisy on 48m tonight. SINPO 34333.

6310: Radio Northcoast. Abba "Money Money Money" @ 1005. Fair signal. SINPO 34333.

6310: Radio Spaceshuttle Int. Rock music and IDs heard @ 1955, weak signal and quite noisy. SINPO 24332.

6325: Radio Altrex. Dr Hook "Sexy Eyes" @ 0845, occasional cow noises. Fair signal. SINPO 34333.

6425: Delta Radio (tent). Rock music @ 1700, sudden off at 1702. ID via Iann's chat. SINPO 44433.

6930: Irish Music Radio. Motown music @ 1915, Irish DJ with links between songs. SINPO 44333.

6935: Mike Radio. Dance music @ 0930, ID jingle at 1005, strong signal. SINPO 54444.


Ryan (MidNYteStorm) said...

I did a search fr a shortwave blog and while I read your blog on the FCC shutting down that gospel station here in the USA and briefly looked at some of your logs, I have to say I like it and I should be subscribing in a few minutes.
Keep up the good work.

uk dxer said...

thanks Ryan

Ryan (MidNYteStorm) said...

You are welcome. I have been trying off and on to get back into the shortwave hobby for quite some time and the recent actions in Libya got me listening again. But my interests are more toward utilities and etc, as opposed to big broadcasters. The hobby is not what it was years ago. The BBC doesn't broadcast towards us anymore and I have been bombarded with so many religious stations (not my cup of tea) here in America, that I would get turned off and shut off my radio. I realized it was time to shift gears in this hobby. Pirate radio interests me, but I have never had any luck. But after looking over your blog, I realize I need to a better effort into trying to find them.

uk dxer said...

Ryan ... look around 6925 (possibly in SSB). Most of the US pirates operate around there