6205 @ 1612 Laser - 35434; "She's A Star" by James
4029 @ 1648 Laser - 33333 Strong utility QRM, "All Around Me" by Alkalino
1671 @ 1746 Twentana - 2-33333 Instrumental music, carrier on 1670, Dutch track, Chat in Dutch, ID, 35434 on peaks, better signal later
1611 @ 1754 Malibu - 24222 ID in Dutch, peaks 24333, Dutch track
1656 @ 2213 Snowman - 35333; "The Gambler" by Kenny Rogers, "Love Hurts" by Nazareth, ID via Chat
1636 @ 2247 Nordzee - 35434; ID and talk in Dutch, German track, Dutch track
1625 @ 2345 Turftrekker - 35434; ID and talk in Dutch, "Eldorado" by Goombay Dance Band
I arrived back home this afternoon and hopefully will get to log a whole load of stations tomorrow! I have spent the last few days in a winter wonderland.. snow, ice, and blue skies at times.
View from Deepdale, near Dent, Cumbria, England
Hamburger Lokal Radio
via Shortwave Station Göhren, Germany with 1KW to Western Europe:
9485 KHz Every Sunday 10.00 to 13.00 UTC
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
via: Channel 292 to Western Europe on 6070 KHz Sundays between 21.00 to 21.30 UTC
Contact email: email@example.com
Christmas is near, and our schedule shows, that the holidays are really crowded. Due to the conditions during the winter, some stations moved to daylight hours:
and some new or well known programs can be heard (again), too: Hobart Radio from Australia, from Sweden the Swedish DX Federation, from Germany SM Radio Dessau, and Blueman Radio is one more. Surely these stations would be happy to get your reports!
And we have a request, not only for the listeners in German speaking areas:
Starting in 2017, a new station from the northern part of Germany wants to fill shortwave with life for some hours per day. They are still looking for a good partner to bring their program on air with a good and strong signal. To check this, they run a test program the coming week on Wednesday, the 23rd November, at 1400 CET = 1300 UTC on 6070 kHz.
We know that for a lot of listeners this will not be a good time to tune in, but all the others, who are able to listen, should send reception reports to the address mentioned in the program. Please let them know how good and strong (as we hope) you receive our signal!
If this test for them shows a positive result, it would be a big step forward for our station; maybe we even could run a second frequency in the 49 meter band.
We count on you!!