Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Fastradioburst23, who shares the KDUB flyer above announcing their broadcasts on October 8th and 15th, 2021, at 1800 UTC on 6070 kHz via Channel 292. Mark your listening calendar!
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, DJ Frederick, who writes:
Just a quick note to let you and SWLing readers know that Radio Thrift Shop will be broadcast this Sunday at 23:00 UTC via WRMI 9395 kHz.
Radio Thrift Shop is my long-standing (two decades & counting) show for LPFM stations.
Fantastic! We’ll tune in!
WRMI to air second series of European free radio and low-power licensed stations
WRMI will air a second series of Texas Radio Shortwave programs featuring European free-radio and low-power licensed stations during September, October, and November.
The one-hour programs will be broadcast every Friday at 9 p.m. ET (Saturday at 0100 UTC) by WRMI, Okeechobee, Florida, on Texas Radio Shortwave’s “regular” frequency of 5950 kHz.
Dates and featured stations in Series 2 are as follows:
September 4-5 = Radio Clash (Somewhere in Europe)
September 11-12 = Radio Merlin (UK) *
September 18-19 = Crusin’ Radio (UK)
September 25-26 = CoolAM Radio (The Netherlands) *
October 2-3 = Radio Monique International (The Netherlands) *
October 9-10 = Radio Blackstone International (The Netherlands)
October 16-17 = Charleston International Radio (Germany) *
October 23-24 = KR1 (The Netherlands)
October 30-31 = To Be Announced
November 6-7 = To Be Announced
November 13-14 = To Be Announced
November 20-21 = To Be Announced
November 27-28 = To Be Announced.
*Series 1 station invited to produce a program for Series 2.
eQSLs will be available from individual stations. TRSW will not issue verifications for these programs.
These popular stations are heard regularly in Europe but seldom in North America because of propagation conditions.
Thank you for the tip, Ed!
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Fastburstradio23, who shares the following announcement:
Beaming to you from the transmitter’s location, forget summer vacation, it’s time for summer school. Get your pencils sharpened and thinking caps on for the KMTS Summer Test (transmission)! Numbers, poetry, the science of strange tones, music and mountaineering are all part of the curriculum.
And if you are one of those cats who was too hip for school the first time around, we understand. We’ve been there! When you use one of our proprietary quantum radios passing is as easy and pleasant as a breeze blown in from a deserted tropical island. All the answers tp all the questions are right in some reality or timeline!
And after you’ve peaked out with us at the crown of KMTS, you can join us for a Mai Tai at the Tiki bar on top of the mountain as we go over the summer test results.
Thanks for the tip, Fastburstradio23!
As a bonus, I was also sent this video of KMRT’s broadcast from February 2021: