Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Paul Walker, who shares the following reminder:
On Friday February 24th (today) starting at 2200 UTC and going until 0100 UTC on Saturday February 25th, the local afternoon program “Afternoon On The River” From KIYU 88.1 Galena, Alaska will be broadcast via the WRMI transmitter on 15770 kHz for the east coast of North America and western Europe. We’ll also be on 6855 kHz at the same time, beamed to the SW USA!
I’ve footed the bill for this personally and am doing this just for fun. No QSL’s being offered for this broadcast.
Just listen in and enjoy. A phone number is given out from time to time during the show for requests.
Many thanks, Paul!
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Paul Walker, who shares the following announcement:
KIYU 88.1 Galena, Alaska oldies show “Afternoon On The River” via WRMI 15,770 kHz Friday February 24th 2200-0100UT.
Many thanks, Paul! It’ll be fun tuning in!
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Paul Walker, who writes:
In case anyone is mildly curious, this is the spot where I sit to DX.
These are my radios and antennas.
Equipment in photo above: Grundig Satellit 750, Lowe HF225, 2 225 foot long wires, a Wellbrook ALA1530LNP magnetic loop and DX Engineering HF Preamp.
And this is what’s to my back when DXing at 0945 AM local time
It was warm today, 4F above zero (-15.5C) instead of yesterday’s -18F below (-27.7C)!
That’s it, Paul! Next time I hear a DXer complaining about the weather, I’m just going to send them a link to this post! 🙂 Those are some seriously cold temps, yet I know it gets much, much colder there in the winter!
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Paul Walker, who shares this recording from his home in Galena, Alaska. Paul notes:
Radio Thailand (13745 kHz) English service to North America at 0000UTC on November 8th, 2016:
Click here to view on YouTube.
Not the strongest I ever hear them, but a good solid clean nearly noise and nearly fade free signal.
That’s an impressive signal, Paul, especially considering the fact that propagation conditions have been somewhat shaky as of late. Thanks for sharing!
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Paul Walker, for sharing the following updated schedule from Radio Thailand World Service: