Sunday October 23rd
Sunday October 23rd FRS-Holland will be on air between 07:52- 14:00 UTC. Important: the broadcast is on 5800//7600 kHz but there's a chance that we will be using 7685 instead of 7600 kHz. So keep an eye on 7600 and 7685. Of course we do hope propagation will be satisfactory that day.
Programme line-up includes all FRS presenters and consists of FRS Magazine, the German Service, FRS Goes DX , Radio Waves and the FRS Golden Show. Ingredients....great music, DX News, letters, the day calendar and a number of radio related items. Radio entertainment on a Sunday. Tune in....
That same day between 13:52- 20:00 UTC/15:52- 22.00 CEST will see a full repeat on the internet. Check on your computer < http://nednl.net:8000/frsh.m3u >.
A week later, on Sunday October 30th, once again a full repeat on the internet. At this date winter time will be introduced and as a result FRSH can be heard between 14:52- 19:00 UTC/15:52- 22.00 CET.
FRS News #36: special 30th Anniversary edition
The latest edition of FRS News #36 is out for some time now. In this 24 page edition (in colour!). In the past months FRS-Holland has been working very hard to produce this booklet covering 30 Years of FRS Holland. It contains several photos and of course much information:
- Memories on 30 Years of FRS-Holland from both former presenters and listeners;
- a Number of Fact Files (Special moments to Remember, FRS Presenters 1980-2010, The Beginning);
- Reflections on 30 Years of FRS-Holland;
- The 1983 Raid;
- Mailbox 2702 including the Anniversary mail;
- How the 30th Anniversary broadcasts came about;
- Last but not least a potted history 1980- 2010 !!
This is a true collector's item and no doubt it makes an interesting read! We never produced something similar in the past. In case you are interested …you can obtain a hard-copy of our specially produced 30Years of FRS-Holland booklet for 5 euro/ 7 US dollars in cash.
Send your order to FRSH, POBox 2702, 6049 BE Herten, the Netherlands.
In the meantime FRS-Holland has become 31 years....
73s, Peter Verbruggen on behalf of the FRS Team