Radio Northern Ireland WRMI Broadcast

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Radio Northern Ireland will be broadcasting via WRMI on 9955khz at 0130 UTC on Monday. This is a regular show from Radio Northern Ireland. Jordan Heyburn from Radio Northern Ireland has made changes to his show and he has included a news segment! Jordan said “I decided to include a news segment to bring the news of Northern Ireland to your own home no matter where you are in the world. Not many people hear about Northern Ireland in the news in all corners of the world!  The news brings a full round up of what has been happening in Northern Ireland including events which are happening in Northern Ireland which might interest any listeners” 

Radio Northern Ireland happily accepts reception reports to the email address radionorthernireland@outlook.com

They welcome a $2 donation via paypal to their email address if you wish to cover postage for a QSL card by post.


Jordan Heyburn (MI6JVC) is the author of this post and a regular contributor to the SWLing Post. Jordan is an avid shortwave listener, ham radio operator and shortwave presenter/owner of Radio Northern Ireland. Jordan is based in Northern Ireland.

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5 thoughts on “Radio Northern Ireland WRMI Broadcast

  1. Gene Quigley

    Hi. I was listening to Radio Northern Ireland last night from St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

    Gene

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  2. DanH

    Radio Northern Ireland heard in Northern California on WRMI, 9955 kKz at 0131 8-8-2016 UTC. SINPO 43333. Interference was from what appears to be a single letter beacon “S”. I’m guessing the SLB is Russian, but that’s just a guess.

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  3. DanH

    I am picking up this WRMI signal right now at 0010 UTC Monday. Spanish program. Seems to be some jamming. The letter “S” in code repeated at different tones. Reception surprises me because WRMI 9955 kHz is beamed 160 degrees out into the Caribbean.

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