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, Tom Ally, who shares this note from WRMI:
The January 29 edition of Wavescan (which will begin to air on January 29 and will be repeated several times over the following week) will be a special program about Radio Australia, which will be ending its shortwave broadcasts on January 31.
Click here for AWR Wavescan’s latest broadcast schedule.
Many thanks to our friend, Raoul van Hall, who writes with some exciting news:
Wanted to let you know that Jazz from the Left returns to WRMI stating tonight for two weekly broadcasts.
0000-0100 UTC Wednesday on 7730 kHz.
2000-2100 UTC Tuesday on 11580 kHz.
Brilliant Raoul! Nothing like Jazz over the shortwaves. I’ll certainly tune it. And, hey–your show starts in about two hours at time of posting!
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Richard Langley, who writes:
Have you heard? Amanda Dawn Christie’s “Spectres of Shortwave” sound track will be broadcast over WRMI this Sunday evening from 23:00 UTC to 01:00 UTC on 7570 kHz.
The broadcast will coincide with the screening of the film at the Festival International du Cinéma Francophone en Acadie in Moncton, New Brunswick, being shown at the same time:
Thank you, Richard! I will certainly tune in and record this for Amanda.