Thursday, August 21, 2014

Thurs Aug 21

6300 1742 Crazy Wave Radio. ID, said signing off, "Never Can Say Goodbye." SINPO 34333.
6425 1750 Studio 52. Move from 6450 where blocked by utility. "Coming Home Now," SINPO 44433.

(via Twente SDR)


Anonymous said...

Friday night, 22nd August, Sluwe Vos Radio on 6205 kHz with a fair signal on a noisy band here in Bristol. 6320 kHz was a strong signal playing continuous music and not IDd.

uk dxer said...

It is very annoying when they don't ID.

Anonymous said...

Heh! Yes, I know what you mean. I think that there is a difference between British pirates and the Dutch ones in that there is more of a culture on AM pirate radio in Holland to just play a period of music and then ID at the end of a block of tracks. This is especially true of the stations that concentrate on polka and schlager music. The UK stations on the air these days are more inclined to do formatted programmes.

That said, I have in the past spent many a night in London, Birmingham, Bristol or wherever listening to FM pirate stations putting out jungle and drum and bass with heavy MCing and no hint of an ID....!!!!!!!!