Sunday, 19 January 2020

New browser Brave !

Hey! If you use the new Brave browser for 30 days, they’ll fund my channel with a bonus! Here’s the link:

Friday, 20 December 2019

Radio Caroline Special broadcast

(Just found this on Facebook) 
Carnaby Street Club
The Radio Caroline Christmas Special will be broadcast Friday 20th at 5pm (UTC) on Manx Radio. You can listen on FM, AM1368 and online at

Thursday, 29 August 2019

Radio Taiwan International in Deutsch

RTI Direktausstrahlungen aus Taiwan
Liebe Hörerinnen und Hörer von RTI,
Auch in diesem Jahr sendet RTI sein deutschsprachiges Programm wieder an mehreren Tagen direkt von der Sendeanlage Tamsui.
Sendetermine und Frequenzen:

Frequenz 11990 kHz: 17:00-18:00 UTC
Frequenz 9540 kHz: 18:00-19:00 UTC
30. August (Freitag) / analog
31. August (Samstag) / analog
01. September (Sonntag) / DRM
06. September (Freitag) / analog
07. September (Samstag) / analog
08. September (Sonntag) / analog
13. September (Freitag) / analog
14. September (Samstag) / analog
15. September (Sonntag) / DRM
20. September (Freitag) / analog
21. September (Samstag) / analog
22. September (Sonntag) / analog

Den Sendeplan finden Sie auch auf unserer Homepage:
Empfangsberichte bestätigen wir wieder mit einer Sonder-QSL-Karte.
Empfangsberichte können Sie über unser Webseitenformular, per E-Mail an oder an die Postanschrift Radio Taiwan International, German Service, P.O. Box 123-199, Taipei 11199, Taiwan an uns senden.
Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Empfangsberichte!
Ihre RTI-Redaktion

Friday, 23 August 2019

WWV / WWVH Reception Report

If you use WWV/H broadcasts, please consider the following, which I have brought here from another site.  There is a risk that we will lose WWV/H broadcasts.

Army MARS message follows:

Support the Continuation of WWV/WWVH

DOD Broadcast and Listener Survey on WWV & WWVH

From 14-24 August, WWV and WWVH will be broadcasting a DOD message at 10 mins past the hour on WWV and 50 mins past the hour on WWVH. As part of the message, all listeners are asked to take a listener survey at the URL specified in the message.

The results of this survey are shared with WWV/H personnel to show their NIST chain of command how often their stations are monitored and how the various timing signals and messages are used by the listeners.

Please take a listen to this message and take the the saying goes, "every vote counts" and your input to this survey is being used to help demonstrate the importance of these stations.

Thanks for your consideration in this effort.

Paul English, WD8DB, Chief, Army MARS

Saturday, 17 August 2019