WBCQ 4790 kHz (Radio Angela) Tests February 20-26

WBCQ 4790 kHz (Radio Angela) runs its final week of propagation tests February 20-26 US local date (February 21-27 world date) as follows:
0300-0500 UTC February 20-21 world date (10pm-12pm EST US date)
0200-0400 UTC February 22-27 world date (9pm-11pm EST US date)
Programs used in the testing are Behavior Night, Marion’s Attic, From the Isle of Music, Uncle Bill’s Melting Pot, Bluegrass Frame of Mind, Jetzt Geht’s Los!, Tom Call Theater, Rock Wave and a sneak preview of WBCQ Concert Hall.
When the Radio Angela regular schedule begins world date March 1 (US date February 28), these programs will be joined by several new shows presented by talent from around the world.  So far the signal is performing well in most of North America east of the Rockies and several countries in western and central Europe.
EQSLs are available from 4790info@gmail.com

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About Bill Tilford

Bill has been a shortwave listener since the 1960s, a program host and producer for the past several years, and he currently produces and hosts From the Isle of Music, Uncle Bill's Melting Pot and WBCQ Concert Hall in addition to curating the Radio Angela block of entertainment programs on that station and periodic collaborative specials with other stations. He also writes about Cuban music including on the website TIMBA.com and is active in the music industry as a producer and liner notes writer.

1 thought on “WBCQ 4790 kHz (Radio Angela) Tests February 20-26

  1. Julio Cesar Pereira

    I live in the southernmost state of Brasil at a very high latitude, therefore way off the azimuth chosen by WBCQ (Radio Angela). Nevertheless, I got some signal on 4790kHz. The best time to listen to shortwave (LW and MW included) for me is during Fall and beginning of Winter. All bands have much less background noise, so it doesn’t take so much SNR to have intelligible audio.

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