Colombia / Venezuela

There has been discussion in Cadena DX, the Latin American Facebook group, on the VOA programs via Radio Libertad 600 kHz in Barranquilla, Colombia. Santiago San Gil in Barinas wrote that normally Radio Libertad was received there with “acceptable signals” but that since the programs began there has been significant co-channel interference. Fernando Viloria in the coastal Venezuelan state of Carabobo says he has been hearing an unlisted station calling itself “Radio Verdad” and “La Emisora de la Alegria” on 600 kHz. The station has not announced a location. Several DXers wrote of tuning the Radio Libertad programs on the remote SDR in Bonaire. They report it is putting in a good signal to Bonaire.
Don Moore in WOR (2020-09-19)

United States

WNRP 1620 kHz Gulf Breeze/Pensacola, FL Update – Hurricane Sally Aftermath.
Monitoring at my Atlanta, Georgia Location tonight, WNRP 1620 kHz from the Pensacola, Florida area is on the air and still over riding co-channel, higher power Radio Rebelde, Cuba. It has been on tonight with continuing Hurricane Sally aftermath coverage in the Pensacola, Florida area primarily focusing on the Three Mile Bridge section collapse (a vital travel route in the area) and the numerous power outages, etc.
WNRP on 1620 kHz and 92.3 FM had been off and on throughout the last day or two due to power outages in the area. It was trying to broadcast on sister station WEBY 1330 kHz and 99.1 FM with varying success. The internet streaming service has also been intermittent.
Harry Smith to WOR (2020-09-18)

Dominican Republic

1440 Radio Impactante – noted in English on Dominican Republic SDR at 2310utc.
Tony Magon AUS to WOR (2020-09-17)

WRTH shows 5 kW in Sto Domingo, with this link:
Certainly religious but nothing seen there not in Spanish
Was the English programming religious?
That also linx to: which is under construxion with a dead play link to a DR FM station of same name and on same page to a Radio Impacto en California.
Glenn Hauser to WOR (2020-09-17)

Yes it was religious in English from about 2300 to 2340utc, then Religious Vocals until around 2355utc
Tony Magon AUS to WOR (2020-09-17)


This year marks the 60th Anniversary of the Arctic Radio Club. To celebrate this we are broadcasting a special programme over Radio Northern Star/Bergen Kringkaster in Norway as follows:
Saturday Sept. 19 1800-2000 UTC
Sunday Sept. 20 2000-2200 UTC
Tuesday Sept. 22 1800-2000 UTC
Frequencies: MW 1314 kHz and SW 5895 kHz.
The programme is in Swedish but with IDs in English. Many of the ARC oldtimers are participating in the programme. We also present a wide selection of music.
Reception reports are welcome to:
Arctic Radio Club Anniversary Broadcast
c/o Music & Media Production
Box 114SE-82423 HudiksvallSweden
If you want a QSL-card please enclose return postage in form of 2 IRCs or $3. As a DX club we are interested in seeing how far the radio waves will go so we are not interested in reports taken over SDR receivers close to the transmitter site.For further information about Radio Northern Star and Bergen Kringkaster check out:
Welcome to listen in and GOOD DX!
Ronny B. Goode to WRTH fb group (2020-09-17)


Starting next week VOA Spanish programs for Venezuela will be relayed on 600 kHz (listed 50 kW) via Radio Libertad in Barranquilla, Colombia. The broadcasts are scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. on September 15th, or 0000 UTC September 16th. The schedule I received shows the relays as being three hours long Monday to Friday (local days) and two hours long on Saturday and Sunday.
VOA via Don Moore to DXing,info fb group (2020-09-11)

United Kingdom

Johnny Lewis wrote on the Carnaby Street Club Facebook group
31 August 2020:
Here are the broadcast dates for Radio Caroline North weekends for the rest of this year on AM1368:
Sept – 19/20th
Oct – 17/18th
Nov – 21/22nd
Dec – 12/13th
Mike Terry (2020-09-02)


New RNE local/reg times
from August 31st:
0525-0530  LOCAL R5TN
0545-0600  REG R1 // R5TN
0645-0700  LOCAL R5TN
0804-0806  REG R1 // R5TN
0904-0906  REG R1 // R5TN
1004-1006  REG R1 // R5TN
1110-1200  REG R1 // R5TN
from Sep. 7th:
0525-0530  LOCAL R5TN
0545-0600  REG R1 // R5TN
0645-0700  LOCAL R5TN
0804-0806  REG R1 // R5TN
0904-0906  REG R1 // R5TN
1004-1006  REG R1 // R5TN
1110-1200  REG R1 // R5TN
1404-1406  REG R1 // R5TN
1504-1506  REG R1 // R5TN
1604-1606  REG R1 // R5TN
1704-1706  REG R1 // R5TN
1750-1800  REG R5TN
Mauricio Molano, Salamanca Spain (2020-08-28)


(CRTC) More ethnic programming proposed for CKNT 960 in Mississauga.
Elliot Kerr (8159203 Canada Limited) has applied to increase the amount of Ethnic programming broadcast on CKNT 960 Mississauga from 15% to 22% per week. The request is being made in order to better connect and target Mississauga’s culturally diverse population.
If approved CKNT will be enabled to provide the Mississauga community with programming in English and the use of foreign words along with world music to better connect the English speaking ethnic newcomers.
Canadian Radio News fb group (2020-08-26)


Public broadcaster Polish Radio is set to launch a special news service for
listeners in neighbouring Belarus, where post-election protests have grown
against longtime strongman leader Alexander Lukashenko.
The management of Polish Radio says news broadcasts in Belarusian on Polish Radio 1 will help keep listeners beyond Poland’s eastern border informed about what is happening in their country amid limited access to reliable information.
Thanks to transmitters at a broadcasting centre in Solec Kujawski, north-central Poland, Polish Radio 1 can be heard on 225 kHz long wave almost throughout Europe, including the entire territory of Belarus, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency has reported.
Special news programmes produced by the Belarusian section of Polish Radio’s External Service will be aired on Polish Radio 1 three times a day: at around 6:30 a.m., shortly after noon, and just after 10 p.m.
The initiative aims to provide Belarusians, including those living in areas where there is no internet access or facing limitations in connectivity, with easy access to up-to-date and reliable information about the situation in their country and the response of the international community, Polish Radio executives have said.
“Offering support to the people of Belarus in these difficult times, and showing solidarity by providing reliable and true information, is part of Polish Radio’s mission as a public broadcaster,” said CEO Agnieszka Kaminska.
Broadcasts are due to start this Saturday, August 22.
via Dr Hansjoerg Biener (2020-08-21)


Anatoly Klepov informs:
“The management of Polish Radio made a decision to urgently modify the existing broadcasting network and to include on the air of the first program of Polish Radio special news bulletins in Belarusian, dedicated to the situation in Belarus. With the help of the repeaters of the Radio Broadcasting Center in Solec-Kujawski, the first program of Polish radio will be available on long wave on the frequency of 225 kHz throughout almost all of Europe including the whole of Belarus. Special news bulletins prepared by the Belarusian Service of the Polish Radio for Abroad will be broadcast three times a day: at 7.30, 12.00 and 23.00 Minsk time.
The Belarusian language news bulletin will be aired in the program “Polska i Świat” (“Poland and the World”). News broadcasts will begin on Saturday, 22 August.”
Mauno Ritola in WRTH fb group (2020-08-21)