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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 memories@radiocaroline.co.uk 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)

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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)


I was informed several days ago that COPE-SEVILLA [837 kHz / Ed] is using a long wire as antenna and low power. They are performing some changes in the FM antennas attached to the MW mast.
A couple of minutes ago I have heard they ending an adv. local block with very poor signal.

Mauricio Molano Salamanca to MWlist iog (2022-06-16)


I’m not sure how recent this is, but 2ME Brisbane is on the air on 1638kHz.
Their website has been updated & also indicates 1638kHz Canberra active, but it doesn’t appear to be….
BTW not such callsign as 4ME in ACMA online records.

Ian (AUS) to mwmasts iog (2022-06-16)


After recently checking an online SDR in Hawaii, I noticed a few local changes there on the AM band. Here are the latest details:
1370kHz KHXM Pearl City HWA (1-0-3-9 The X)
1420kHz KKEA Honolulu HWA (ESPN)
1460kHz KHRA Honolulu HWA – now appears to have closed down with the frequency left clear of locals. 1500kHz KHKA Honolulu HWA (Sport)
Hopefully, this will help if any of these stations are heard via DX.

Robert Copeman to ICDX-AM iog (2022-06-15)


Also on 1368 KHZ – Seychelles – used to sign off at 1800z but apparently now 24 Hours – running 10kw.
Used to be heard quite regularly back in the 80s in NZ.

Tony Magon, Sydney to ICDX-AM iog (2022-06-12)