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JAPAN PREMIUM welcome your contributions.
You can read "JAPAN PREMIUM Archive" at
JP No,001(Apr,30 1998) - No,557(Dec,26 2008) was ziped.
All time in UTC
===== ASIA =====

7470, Radio Free Asia, 1202, emision en Tibetano, una mujer animando 
el programa en forma muy amena, luego musica, Sinpo: 35333, 


6240 PMR  with prg in Eng till 1945  , prg follows is in german S20 

===== AFRICA =====

===== EUROPE =====

9430, D.WELLE, 0000, Programacion en aleman, desde
el centro emisor en Sines, Portugal, programa dedicado a musica
animacion por una mujer, Sinpo: 45444, 

Foni Tis Helladas  15630  2056  Greek  433  April 20  YL with Folk music. OM with comments 2100.  YL and OM with comments 2102.    



Radio Nacional Da Amazonia  11780  0010  Portuguese  433  April 18  YL with vocal singing music.

15370 RHC 2007 with news , sudden audio gap . mean signal S3 
Arabic at 2030 

===== PACIFIC =====

9355, Radio Free Asia, 1100-1127, escuchado el programa en Laotian, 
programa dedicado a comentarios de tipo politicos, luego musica, Sinpo: 35333, 

=== Site Unknown ===


==== PIRATE ====

==== Un-ID ====

==== LW / MW ====

===== QSL =====

===== ...and others =====

Radio Thailand,World Service 
Effective March 28, 2010 as per A-10 seasonal change

Time      Language      Target Frequency(KHz)

0000-0030 English *Live US-East    15275
0030-0100 English *Live US-West    15275
0100-0200 Thai          US-West    15275
0200-0230 English      US-East    15275
0230-0330 Thai          US-East    15275
0530-0600 English *Live Europe-Africa 17655
1000-1100 Thai          Middle East  15275 (Re-Run from 1800-1900 UTC txn)
1100-1115 Vietnamese    Asia-Pacific 7260
1115-1130 Khmer        Asia-Pacific 7260
1130-1145 Lao          Asia-Pacific 6030
1145-1200 Burmese      Asia-Pacific 6030
1200-1215 Malaysian    Asia-Pacific 11870
1230-1300 English      Asia-Pacific 9890
1300-1315 Japanese      Asia-Pacific 9575
1315-1330 Mandarin      Asia-Pacific 9575
1330-1400 Thai          Asia-Pacific 9575
1400-1430 English      Asia-Pacific 9575
1800-1900 Thai          Europe      7570
1900-2000 English      Europe      7570
2000-2015 German        Europe      9680
2030-2045 English      Europe      9680
2045-2115 Thai          Europe      9680

Radio Thailand,World Service(HSK9),
Public Relations Department,Royal Thai Government 
236 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road,Din Daeng,Bangkok 10400


For AM DXers, the Romance Lives On
by James Careless, 04.21.2010


Media Release
Radio Heritage Foundation

ANZAC Day 2010
Radio Memories

The Radio Heritage Foundation extends warm greetings to all veterans,
friends and families as we remember on April 25 2010.

Our good friends at Australian Old Time Radio have generously made
available a wonderful series of mini-radio documentaries that tell
the stories of Australian heroes over the years.

Some of you may be familiar with the series 'Citation' and now is a
chance to listen to it again:

"On you will find our latest
project to Commemorate ANZAC Day.  The shows are only available on
the site until the end of April."

We invite everyone to download and listen to these programs.

We also remind you that our Armed Forces Radio Service [AFRS]
Memories features at are always available for
free community access.

Although these concentrate on the American WWII stations in the
Pacific, some veterans may remember them. In New Zealand, 1ZM in
Auckland was handed over to AFRS in 1944 and became part of the
Mosquito Network centered in New Caledonia.

We also have a special feature on the AAAS stations that broadcast
for Australian personnel in the SW Pacific region and later in the
occupation forces with Japan.

There was also a New Zealand station at Kure which some people may
recollect. As always, if anyone has memories of listening to or being
involved with any of the stations - including the later stations in
Korea, Malaya and Vietnam - we're always pleased to hear from you.

Again, our warm greetings as we pause to remember, and an invitation
to enjoy the stories and memories of these AFRS and AAAS stations,
their music, personalities and events, and also the 'Citation' series
of radio documentaries.
[Radio Heritage Foundation]


Radio Gloria International this Sunday
Radio Gloria International is on this Sunday the 25th of April 2010
At 09.00 to 1000 UTC on our normal channel of 6140 KHz.

M.V.Baltic. Information:
MV Baltic Radio relay service Schedule for Summer 2010
1st    Sunday – MV Baltic Radio
3rd    Sunday – European Music Radio      (June)
4th  Sunday – Radio Gloria International  


Dear devoted listeners,
We didn't go away!
We just have taken a break to reorganize our comeback with: 
A bigger library, more ex VOP DJ's, and more exciting shows!!!
We will start our test transmissions soon, and soon after that we will be back with so much great music in our shows to make your days pleasant as we know that music brings people together, music brings serenity and music bringsPEACE!
Stay tuned as we will be back big time!!!
Tami, Yaniv, Mark & Yaron

please check out at :


The World DX Club is pleased to announce that we can now offer e-membership at a considerably reduced rate compared to standard postal rates.

The World DX Club (WDXC) was founded in May 1968, and the first edition of Contact published by the club was mailed soon afterwards.

Today, the club continues to publish Contact Magazine every month, consisting of up to 56 pages containing station logs, news, information and comment about radio and radio broadcasts, both current and historical, primarily, but not exclusively, international shortwave radio.

E-Members receive Contact Magazine as a downloadable pdf file. Each month they are sent a password enabling them to download that month's issue from the World DX Club webpages. Note that E-Members do not receive postal copies of the magazine.

Details of membership rates, a free sample copy of a recent issue of Contact magazine for download as well as other information on international radio can be found at:

Mike Barraclough


Support for the console, everyone is welcome here.

Hi All,
At the request of users here's a shiny new Yahoo! group for the console:
Not everyone likes forums, especially those with these nice new high-tech iPhone gadgets  .
The forums will still be available, no change there.
Now back to the bug-fixing,
Simon HB9DRV


Agence France-Presse
Dharamshala, April 22, 2010
First Published: 14:59 IST(22/4/2010)
Last Updated: 15:01 IST(22/4/2010)

The Voice of Tibet (VOT) radio service slammed the Chinese authorities on Thursday for jamming condolence messages from exiled Tibetans over the deadly earthquake in northwest China.
The Oslo-based VOT said it had been including messages of support, solidarity and grief since Monday with its shortwave transmissions -- which are regularly jammed -- in both Tibetan and Mandarin.
After all broadcasts were blocked for two days, VOT decided to isolate the condolences from its regular Tibetan news and current affairs and send them in a separate daily transmission.
"We informed the Chinese authorities of this and asked them to allow the transmissions, but again on Wednesday these special broadcasts were jammed," said VOT's editor-in-chief Karmna Yeshi, based in Dharamshala, the seat of the Tibetan government-in-exile in northern India.
"All we wanted was to give a platform for Tibetans and other sympathisers to convey their messages to the victims of the earthquake, rescue workers and aid agencies," Yeshi said.
"Unfortunately, our appeal to allow this on humanitarian grounds was ignored by the Chinese," he added.
Last week's 6.9-magnitude quake, which killed nearly 2,200 people, hit a remote region of the Tibetan plateau in northwestern China.
The Dalai Lama, Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, had appealed to the government in Beijing to let him into China for the first time in 51 years to visit the quake zone in the region of Qinghai, where he was born.
So far, Beijing has declined to respond directly to the request.
The condolences transmitted by VOT included messages from the Dalai Lama, other senior lamas, Tibet support groups and individual Tibetan exiles.
VOT's director in Oslo, Oystein Alme, said the Chinese jamming was a "grave violation" of basic human rights.
"There are on and off buttons also on Chinese radios. Why are the Chinese authorities so afraid they can not even allow the Tibetans to hear condolence messages from the outside world?" Alme said in a statement.
VOT has been airing daily programmes in both Tibetan and Chinese on short wave to Tibet and China as well as India, Bhutan and Nepal since 1996.



Many thanks! 
This week's Contributors are:

Michael Bethge, Germany.
Hector Frias, Chile.
Yimber Gaviria, Colombia.
Alokesh Gupta, India.
Glenn Hauser, USA.
IWATA Gaku, Japan.
Anatoly Klepov, Russia.
Zacharias Liangas, Greece.
Stewart MacKenzie, USA.
Tom Taylor, UK.
Radio Heritage Foundation

Also thanks to

Globe Radio DX Club / INDIA.

Next deadline : Apr.28  1500 UTC
Please send your loggings and tips to:

///// Ohkini! from Kanto DXers Circle /////


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