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Chelmsford Calling World Service now via WRMI

(Source: Chelmsford Calling World Service via WRMI)

We are happy to announce that our first programme will be relayed by WRMI – Radio Miami International on the 2nd Friday of the month – 14th November – at 2300 UTC on 9955 kHz.

We are pleased to be associated with WRMI especially at this exciting period when the importance, enjoyment & potential of short wave broadcasting is recognised & revived.


The ‘Chelmsford Calling World Service’ is a light entertainment programme produced by Jim Salmon – ‘Sunny Jim’ from the Chelmsford Calling Network – set up with the aim of promoting radio technology past, present & future. Our programme is to be broadcast monthly via various short wave relay stations around the world & is also available to listen to online. Our aim is to re-create the fun & friendship of a regular short wave programme.
We welcome listener feedback & suggestions. To get in touch, e-mail to – [email protected] – or contact us via Facebook or Twitter.

SWLing Post readers: I believe Jeff White at WRMI is doing an fantastic job putting a little fun back into shortwave radio (indeed, giving the medium a shot of adrenaline!).  If you agree, drop him a line and let him know: [email protected]

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War of the Worlds on your shortwave radio – October 30th

On October 30, 2010 at 0100UTC on 9955khz, PCJ Radio will present a special broadcast of HG Wells’ War Of The Worlds as it was originally broadcast on CBS Radio.

PCJ is also giving away 3 copies of this program. If you would like a chance to win one send them an email at: [email protected].


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PCJ Media Brings Nash Holos to Shortwave

PCJ Media has announced the addition of Nash Holos (Ukrainian: “Our Voice”) to its program roster.

Nash Holos is a bilingual Ukrainian-themed radio program which focuses on Ukrainian culture with an international perspective. The program is produced and hosted by Paulette (“Pawlina”) Demchuk MacQuarrie.

Pawlina made her radio debut in 1990, when Nash Holos first went on the air in British Columbia, Canada. In 1996 she and her team disbanded but returned to the airwaves in 2000 and continues to broadcast on AM1320 CHMB Radio in Vancouver.

PCJ Media, producer of the New Happy Station Show, is bringing Nash Holos to the shortwaves. The first international edition of Nash Holos will air February 12th, 2009 at 0200UTC on 9955khz (via WRMI) and will be made available for download online at www.pcjmedia.com with weekly edition to be produced for PCJ Radio.

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