MW Dxers may check  for AIR Lucknow 747 kHz as they are noted testing testing continuously at night  for many days now.

Jose Jacob, VU2JOS to dxindia iog (2022-06-27)

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s economy has collapsed and the country has almost run out of fuel.
From tomorrow 3 hour per day rolling power blackouts are being imposed.
Unless broadcasters are exempt or have their own back up diesel generators there may be temporary radio silence.
The power cuts don’t seem to warrant a mention on the SLBC website!
Source: Sri Lanka Daily Mirror

Steve Whitt to mwcircle iog (2022-06-26)


Interesting situation with Ukrainian Radio’s relay via Lithuania on 1386 kHz. It seems that Radio Baltic Waves International relays the stream of Radio Ukraine International, not that of the UR’s First Channel. In March-May, both streams were identical, but some differences have appeared over the past month. At 21:05-21:30 UTC (approx.), there is a Russian language show called ‘War and the Russian world’ (probably an allusion for Tolstoy’s ‘War and peace’).

RUI’s schedule (for example features short news bulletins called ‘Ukraine: Security Issue’ in Belarusian, Russian, Polish, Hungarian, Slovak and English (the latter one is also heard on UR’s frequencies in Ukraine) at 21, 21:20, 22, 00, 02, 04 UTC. The schedule is very volatile. I can confirm the Polish language block at 22 UTC. The MW frequency has been mentioned even by the host. News in the aforementioned languages must be relayed on 1386 kHz as well (between 21 and 03:30 UTC).

Important notice: RUI schedule on UR’s web site shows correct programming only for previous days, not for the current or next ones.

Alexander Miatlikov, Ukraine to MWlist iog (2022-06-24)


As the news of SER Spain ending the MW Services, here are some news of RNE on MW.
RNE 1 Spain reduces MW powers from 300 to 75 kW.
According to the union section of the UGT on RTVE, RNE has reduced the power of the following stations of Radio Nacional de España-Radio 1: 585 Madrid (Majadahonda) from 300kW to 150/100kW
621 Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Las Mesas) from 300kW to 100/75kW
639 A Coruña (Meson do Vento) from 300kW to 100/75kW
684 Seville (Los Palacios) from 300kW to 150 /100kW
738 Barcelona (Palau de Plegamáns) from 300kW to 150/100kW
855 Murcia (Torre Cotillas) from 300kW to 100/75kW
The current figures indicate the day/night power.

Adam Joy Birchenall to Medium Wave Circle FB group (2022-06-21)

United Kingdom

Radio Caroline North June.
Tune in for more musical nostalgia during our Caroline North broadcast over the weekend Saturday 25th – Sunday 26th June live from our legendary radio ship Ross Revenge.
You’ll hear all the best music from the 60s – early 90s, plus the chance to win superb retro-style radios (pictured below) in our on-air competition, kindly sponsored by Peter Roberts from Frimley, Surrey.
Listen on 648 AM across England, The Netherlands, Belgium and beyond, on 1368 AM in the North/North-West courtesy of our friends at Manx Radio, worldwide online here via our Caroline North Player, on smart speakers and on the Radio Caroline app.
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.

Nico uit Gouda (2022-06-20)


Cadena SER have announced they are closing on medium wave across Spain.

Mike Terry to WRTH FB group (2022-06-19)

(Translated from Spanish) As they have said in some groups it’s not a closure as such, just that the technicians will stop repairing the transmitters that are going to malfunction with which the MW network of the SER Chain will slowly die… Sad ending.

Raul Calvo Pozuelo to WRTH FB group (2022-06-19)

United Kingdom
Reception reports: We are still happy to receive reception reports for our 648 AM service.
You will find a report form on our 648 AM page.
Radio Caroline returned to the medium waveband on 648 kHz AM as a legal broadcaster at the end of 2017, after applying for, and being granted, the Ofcom licence for the Essex and Suffolk areas of South Eastern England.
In July, 2021, Ofcom extended our licenced areas to parts of Kent and East Sussex, and increased our licenced ERP (Effective Radiated Power) to 4 Kilowatts. Our (second hand) Harris transmitter is housed at the former BBC World Service site at Orfordness, an irony not lost on us. You can read how we came
to find this plum site on our The History of 648kHz page.

Kari Kallio to nordx iog (2022-06-17)