Saturday, September 27, 2014

Sat Sept 27

4026 1618 Laser Hot Hits. Soft rock. Separate programme on 6195. SINPO 34333.
5817 1920 Radio GSV. Blondie "Dreaming," recorded from Old Grey Whistle Test. Good choice of frequency, no QRM at all. SINPO 35443.
6195 1558 Laser Hot Hits. Beach Boys "Lady Linda," QRM co-ch BBC. SINPO 33333.
6205 1925 Tip & Elvis Show. Thin Lizzy "Whisky in the Jar," usual powerful signal. SINPO 55544.
6265 1736 Radio Tango Italia. Tango music, good tonight with strong peaks, new transmitter? SINPO 44444.
6285 1728 Radio Altrex. ID, pop, moo sounds. SINPO 34333.
6290 1715 Swifts Radio (tent). "I Can Help," reported to be from Scandinavia. SINPO 24332.
6295 1916 Bogusman. Brian Eno track, SINPO 544444.
6300 1627 Radio Witte Reus. ID, talk in Dutch, Dutch music. SINPO 44433.
6300 1708 Hitmix Radio. Jingle, German pop. SINPO 54444.
6319 1701 Radio Goofy. ID, Simply Red "moneys too Tight to Mention." SINPO 44333.
6320 1626 Radio Zodiac. Audio test, ID, Style Council, off. SINPO 54444.
6320 1930 Radio Carrierwave. "Reet Petite," SINPO 34333.
6387 1908 Radio Pandora. ID, chat, jingles, oldies. SINPO 24332.
6395 1913 Delta Radio. "They're Coming to Take Me Way," SINPO 44444.
6400 1610 Weekend Music Radio. Rock, slightly off channel so het from N Korea. However not being transmitted by GSV or WMR - is the hoaxer back? SINPO 33333.
6940 1904 Premier Radio. Blondie "Heart of Glass," SINPO 33333.

(via Twente SDR)


Anonymous said...

Hello Paul and your nice dog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Many thanks that you had been able to receive my small station this evening!
Power this time had been 0,3 watts by using any 2x470m long dipole, 35m high...seems that this antenna works very well!


Anonymous said...

In Bristol, mid afternoon monitoring revealed Weekend Music Radio on 6400 kHz reading out a list of loggings for 1984 - remembering old pirates like Radio East Coast Commercial, Radio Dublin, Westside Radio etc. Heavy fading and a heterodyne squeal also noted. On 6195 kHz and 4026 kHz, Laser International, with the latter being a stronger and more stable frequency. Also, techno music mid afternoon on 6385 kHz but with no discernable ID. And 6300 kHz at 5.30pm local time, again not IDing during the time I listened.