Shortwave Radio Recordings: Voice of Greece

greeceFor your listening pleasure: the Voice of Greece.

This was recorded on 29 June 2015 starting around 01:50 UTC on  9,420 kHz using my WinRadio Excalibur and my horizontal delta loop external (wire) antenna.

I’m very pleased with this off-air recording because it contains several minutes of multi-language station IDs in the last 10 minutes or so of the broadcast.

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1 thought on “Shortwave Radio Recordings: Voice of Greece

  1. Walter

    They seem to have introduced a multi-language hour now. Listening to 9420 kHz (or at least in that region, the radio set is not an elaborate digital one) this morning, I noted the following (all times UTC):
    05:04-05:09 Serbian (Serbo-Croatian?)
    05:12-05:16 Romanian
    05:19-05:24 Spanish
    05:28-05:31 Russian
    05:35-05:38 unknown language (considering the day before, maybe Albanian or Bulgarian. Definitely not Polish. In the part with the temperatures I noted a word like “misatestat” – I hoped it might be a number in some language.)
    05:41-05:45 Italian
    05:48-05:35 Arabic
    Between was music. From 5:47 to 5:48 there was silence, maybe some glitch.
    The day before, there had been about the same with one language more, among them Albanian (they announce the languages in Greek before they begin, sometimes I could understand that) and something that was maybe Polish or Bulgarian.


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