Is Iceland 207 kHz longwave undergoing revision these days? Vy. week signal detected on western coast SDRs and also nothing in nth/west Germany for 2 weeks now. Whilst 531 KVF is good. I miss the usual musical px.

Karlheinz Endlinger (2021-10-14)


Today at 05.35 UTC in Vallefoglia/Pesaro area (central Italy), I was able to listen to Bretagne 5 on 1593 kHz. Strong fading with romanian radios (news and pop music in hungarian language).

Alberto V., Pesaro (2021-10-13)


Another CME [coronal mass ejection] is coming, but this one might miss. A magnetic filament connected to sunspot AR2882 erupted on Oct. 12th (~0200 UT). The debris is expected to pass in front of Earth on Oct. 15th. The near-miss could spark Arctic auroras, but probably no geomagnetic storm.

Ydun Ritz (2021-10-13)

United Kingdom

We’re back on Ross Revenge for the next Radio Caroline North broadcast this weekend 16th-17th October.
You’ll hear some great music from the 60s – early 90s, plus your can enter our competition to win merchandise from the web shop (£50, £30, £20), kindly sponsored for this month by Felixstowe & Offshore Radio.
Listen in on 648 AM in the South and South-East, on 1368 AM in the North and North-West courtesy of our friends at Manx Radio, the Radio Caroline app and around the world online here (via the Manx AM Radio Player).
We’d love to hear from you during the broadcast via and remember, it’s the only email address that gets you straight through to our ‘North’ broadcasters.

Ydun Ritz (2021-10-12)


On the occasion of Maha Saptami, AIR Cuttack and other stations from Odisha state will be on earlier than usual tomorrow morning ie from 4.30 am IST of 13 Oct 2021 ie 2300 UTC 12 Oct 2021 with special dawn program.
Please look out on the following frequencies
945 kHz Sambalpur 100 kW
972 kHz Cuttack 300 kW
1206 kHz Bhawanipatna 200 kW
1467 kHz Jeypore 100 KW
1584 kHz Kenojhar 1 kW
5040 kHz Jeypore 30 kW
Lookout for any stations from other states also.

Jose Jacob, VU2JOS to dxindia iog (2021-10-12)

United Kingdom

Little hut in a soggy Chelmsford field where the first ever radio station was born.
At exactly 7.15pm on February 14, 1922, history was made from a tiny hut in a soggy field in Essex.
In that moment, the faint crackling of a voice was broadcast across the airwaves from inside an old ex-army hut on the edge of a field in the village of Writtle, Chelmsford.
It was the birth of the first ever regular radio station, named 2MT, standing for Two-Emma-Toc, the phonetic alphabet of its time – cementing Essex in history as the official birthplace of British radio broadcasting.
Full article here:

Mike Terry to WOR iog (2021-10-11)


Some news on the eter in Bogotá, from October 1
1130 HJVA La 11-30 (ex-Cadena Radial Vida) for now only continue Alabanza music
1550 HZI G12 Radio Off several weeks ago, transmitter broken
1580 HJQT UniMinuto Radio (ex-relay Candela) now retransmitting the 1430 Khz signal, this frequency has problems with the transmitter which means that it has rented (Grupo Radiopolis William Vinasco) the 1580 Khz frequency to improve coverage in Bogotá and Cundinamarca.

Rafael Rodriguez to fb group (2021-10-09)