Saturday, October 18, 2014

Sat Oct 18

3905 2010 Skyline International Radio. "Keep on Rocking in the Free World", greeting listeners. SINPO 54444.
4026 1554 Laser Hot Hits. "Friday on My Mind." SINPO 34333.
6205 1547 Laser Hot Hits. Tammy Wynette "Stand By Your Man," different programme. SINPO 44433.
6240 1523 Skyline Radio Germany. Rock, talk in German. SINPO 24332.
6285 1538 Radio Focus Int. Jimi Hendrix "Hey Joe." SINPO 44433.
6400 1528 Weekend Music Radio (hoax). "Radar Love," het with co-channel North Korea. SINPO 33333.
6805 1506 Sundown Radio. Pet Shop Boys "Go West," ID jingle. SINPO 44433.
7580 1500 Voice of the Netherlands. Techno. SINPO 54444.
9270 1512 Radio Spaceshuttle. "Hot Stuff," "Spanish Lullaby", also on 3905. SINPO 35333.

(via Twente SDR)


Anonymous said...

On Friday night (17th), a quick listen along the bands in Bristol with a very basic Realistic World Receiver with a whip antenna revealed a strong Laser Hot Hits on 6205 kHz and on 6305 kHz (approximately - this is an old analogue set), Dutch barrel organ music with a strong signal, some fading. Heard between 9 and 9.30pm local time.

Anonymous said...

Sunday evening (19th October) I was able to tune around the bands at around 8.30pm to 9.00pm here in Bristol. Laser Hot Hits was playing soul and dance music on 6205 kHz with a cracking signal; Focus International had some fading with rock music on 6285 kHz, with the audio quite low compared to other stations; religious "super-pirate" Reflections Europe preaching away on 6295 kHz with a strong signal; Premier Radio Int. with some fading on 6320 kHz from the Republic of Ireland; and Radio Good Ship Venus (GSV) on 6375 kHz (approximately) with some album rock music. On AM, Radio Barones was heard on 1612 kHz for a lengthy period between around 7.30 and 11pm with the usual mix of Anglo-Dutch music and announcements in a variety of European languages.