Glenn Hauser`s World of Radio

HOME presents... SELECTED ENGLISH LANGUAGE DX\SWL\MEDIA PROGRAMS ON SHORTWAVE Plus a few selected Mailbags and other goodies! as of August 11, 2018 Compiled by Glenn Hauser Updates and correxions from users and userettes are always welcome. All India Radio times on Mondays have been adjusted according to Alan Roe`s monitoring and cuesheet chex in July. I am tempted to label AIR listings as: ``nominally fortnightly, but unpredictable, as are the exact timings``. Instead of trying to keep up with them. Update from Alan August 7: ``INDIA. Faithfully Yours was not scheduled in the Daily Cuesheet, and didn't air as expected on August 6th. Next likely airing will therefore probably be on 13 August (but will need confirming next week). Alan Roe, Teddington, UK`` Meanwhile, 7550 has resumed DRM after a sesquihour of downtime. Romania times have been adjusted according to a report from Rumen Pankov, Bulgaria. As of August one transmitter may be off the air. WRMI continues to juggle programming, Systems and frequencies. Some WOR times have been eliminated. WBCQ 9330 at 2330 has been carrying WORLD OF RADIO usually on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, seldom other days. The imposition of DST in most of the USA, Canada, and Cuba March 11 caused one-hour-earlier shifts in program times, except WRMI where this normally applies to 9955 only. Even more changes from March 25 with the imposition of DST in Europe, and beginning of the A-18 shortwave season after a Biweek of Confusion. At least one RHCuba frequency is often missing or in wrong language. Leapfrog mixing products confirmed by monitoring are included here, and nowhere else. Alan Roe tracks Voice of Turkey`s Letterbox. It has been appearing every Friday + UT Saturday but announced as 2-weekly. It seems they will not adhere to a rational schedule. See WORLD OF RADIO SCHEDULE for complete listings including non-shortwave outlets. Alfredo Cotroneo of IRRS/NEXUS/IBA/IPAR/IRN explains as of April 28, 2017 about the 1 kW Challenger Radio at Villa Estense, Italy: Glenn's program (WOR) is played regularly on a random basis on AM/MW 846 kHz (now replacing the old frequency: 1368 kHz) from 1900 to 0100 CET [17-23 UT] and from 0600 to 0800 CET [04-06 UT], [any day?] as well as on "IRN" (Internet Radio NEXUS), our 24/7 internet stream at http://mp3.nexus.org:8000/irn.mp3 also accessible via players at: http://www.egradio.org WRMI info is a combination of monitoring and not fully updated online skeds. Viva Miami can be in English or sometimes Spanish. Viva Miami often runs for weeks or months with no new episodes. As of early April 2018, 1000-1100 broadcasts not confirmed on 9455. WRMI 9955 only programming can also be heard via phone: +1-712-432-8868. Many broadcasts on WRMI 9955 are jammed by Cuba. Please direct complaints to Arnie Coro. Nevertheless, we include his program and try to keep up with changes. Hamburger Lokalradio, Germany, 6190, 7265 & 9485 are circa 1000 watts in USB plus carrier. 7265 suffered huge interference B-17 from China in Hindi, and another Chinese station. But HLR wishes to preserve 7265 as a legacy German frequency, no matter what. However, the 1500- 1600 UT broadcasts in B-17 replaced 7265 with 6190, which had co-channel interference from two other Chinese stations. Summer timings at 1400- 1500 UT, still on 6190 may have less interference, but less daytime propagation. Note: our listings are compiled independently of other DX-program schedules, altho they may be compared subsequently UT SATURDAY 0000-0100V WBCQ: ALLAN WEINER WORLDWIDE 7490v 5130v 9330v 3265-? 0030-0100 WRMI: WAVESCAN 7730 0100/0130 Argentina: DXERS SPECIAL 9395-WRMI 5950-WRMI 0115-0130 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 7780 5950 5850 0130-0200 WRMI: IBC RADIO 7780 5850 0130-0200 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9955 0200-0230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9395 0335-0345 Turkey: LETTERBOX 6165 9515 0400-0500 WRMI: PCJ RADIO INTERNATIONAL 7730 0615-0630 RFI: SOUND KITCHEN 11830 0629-0659 Hamburger Lokalradio: WORLD OF RADIO 6190-CUSB 0900-0930 WRN to Europe: WORLD OF RADIO on satellite, webcast 1100-1130 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9955 5950 1140-1146 Romania: DX MAILBAG 13750 15130 15320 17670 1400-1430 Hamburger Lokalradio: Media Network Plus 6190-CUSB 1431-1500 Hamburger Lokalradio: WORLD OF RADIO 6190-CUSB 1500-0830v WA0RCR: GATEWAY AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLETTER 1860-AM 1500-1530 WRMI: WAVESCAN 5950 1530-1600 KVOH: AWR WAVESCAN 17775v 1600-1630 WRN to all areas: WORLD OF RADIO on satellite, webcast 1600-1630 Bulgaria: SW Radiogram 9400 1740-1746 Romania: DX MAILBAG 9760-DRM 11810 1930-2000v WA0RCR: WORLD OF RADIO 1860-AM 2030-2045 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 5950 7780 2106-2140 New Zealand: MEDIAWATCH 13840 2130-2200 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO 9330v [maybe; not for weeks now] 2200-2400 WBCQ: SHORTWAVE SATURDAY NIGHT 7490v 2230-2300v CSPAN1: THE COMMUNICATORS [cable/satellite TV] 2240-2246 Romania: DX MAILBAG 7315 7325 9760 9790 2330-2400 WRMI: HOBART RADIO INTERNATIONAL 7780 2334-2400 IRN/IPAR/IRRS: WORLD OF RADIO 846-Italy [confirmed on Webcast April 29, 2017 at 2334] UT SUNDAY 0000-0030 WRMI: WAVESCAN 7730 9395 5950 0000-0830v WA0RCR: GATEWAY AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLETTER 1860-AM [starts 1500 UT Saturday] 0030-0100 WRMI: RADIO IBC 7730 9395 5950 0040-0046 Romania: DX MAILBAG 7375 9730 0100-0115 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 0130-0200 WRMI: IBC RADIO 5850 9395 0200-0230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9395 0310-0345v WA0RCR: WORLD OF RADIO 1860-AM [could be as late as 0400] 0330-0345 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 5985 0330-0400 WRMI: HOBART RADIO INTERNATIONAL 9955 0330-0400 AWR: WAVESCAN 4840-WWCR 0340-0346 Romania: DX MAILBAG 7375 9730 9740-DRM 11825 0510-0529 Japan: FRIENDS AROUND THE WORLD 5975-Austria 9860-Vatican 11970-France 0800-0900 South African Radio League: AMATEUR RADIO MIRROR INTERNATIONAL 17660 or 17760; 7205 7082-LSB 1000-1030 Hamburger Lokalradio: MEDIA NETWORK PLUS 9485-CUSB 1012-1041 New Zealand: MEDIAWATCH 7425 1030-1100 WRMI: WAVESCAN 5950 1030-1100 Hamburger Lokalradio: WORLD OF RADIO 9485-CUSB 1030-1100 Channel 292: RADIO IBC 6070-Germany 1045-1100 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 1110-1129 Japan: FRIENDS AROUND THE WORLD 11695-Singapore 1145-1155 Romania: LISTENERS LETTERBOX 13750 15130 15320 17670 1200-1230 VOHA: WAVESCAN 9680 & 13680-Zambia 1410-1429 Japan: FRIENDS AROUND THE WORLD 11705/11725-Palau 11935-Uzbekistan 1430-1500 CKUT: INTERNATIONAL RADIO REPORT 90.3 Montreal, webcast 1530-1600 AWR: WAVESCAN 15670-Germany 1600-1630 AWR: WAVESCAN 9580-Sri Lanka, 11950-Bulgaria 1745-1755 Romania: LISTENERS LETTERBOX 9760-DRM 11810 1909-1923v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 15140 or 16180 or 11760 2015-2030 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 7780 5950 2100-2130 IPAR/IRRS: WORLD OF RADIO 846-Italy [irr., excerpt?] 2200-2230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9955 2245-2255 Romania: LISTENERS LETTERBOX 7315 7325 9760 9790 2300-2330 WRMI: WAVESCAN 7780 9395 5950 2309-2323v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 5040 11880 2330-2400 WRMI: SHORTWAVE RADIOGRAM 7780 2330-2400 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO 9330v [maybe] UT MONDAY 0030-0100 WRMI: IBC RADIO 7730 0045-0055 Romania: LISTENERS LETTERBOX 7375 9730 0109-0123v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6000 6165 0130-0200 WRN to North America, Africa, Asia, Pacific: WORLD OF RADIO on satellite, webcast 0130-0200 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO 5850 7780 0200-0230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9395 0200-0300 WBCQ: ALLAN WEINER WORLDWIDE 7490v 0209-0223v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6000 6165 0300-0330v WBCQ: Area 51: WORLD OF RADIO 5130v 0309-0323v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6000 6060? 6165 0330-0400 WBCQ: Area 51: HOBART RADIO INTERNATIONAL 5130V 0330-0400 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO 9955 0345-0355 Romania: LISTENERS LETTERBOX 7375 9730 9740-DRM 11825 0400-0430 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO webcast only 0409-0423v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6000 6060? 6165 0430-0500 WRMI: WAVESCAN 5985 0509-0523v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6270 6230 6165 6100 6060 6000 5040; 9535? 0609-0623v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6270 6230 6165 6100 6060 6000; 9535? 0800-0830 WRMI: SHORTWAVE RADIOGRAM 5850 0830-0900 WRMI: WAVESCAN 5850 also: 5950 & 7730? 1115-1125 Romania: LISTENERS LETTERBOX 13750 15130 15320 17670 1315-1345 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9955 5950 1345-1400 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 1435-1445 India: FAITHFULLY YOURS 9690 13695 [2-weekly from August 13?] 1600-1615 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 5950 1630-1730 South African Radio League: AMATEUR RADIO MIRROR INTERNATIONAL 3230 1715-1725 Romania: LISTENERS LETTERBOX 9760-DRM 11810 1930-1940 India: FAITHFULLY YOURS 7550-DRM 9445 9910 9950 11935 13695 [2-weekly from August 13?] 2030-2100 WRMI: WAVESCAN 7780 5950 2200-2230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9955 5950 2215-2225 India: FAITHFULLY YOURS 6045 7550-DRM 9445 9910 9950 11645 11740 13750 [2-weekly from August 13?] 2240-2255 Romania: LISTENERS LETTERBOX 7315 7325 9760 9790 2300-2315 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 7780 2330-2400 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO 9330v [maybe] UT TUESDAY 0000-0030v CSPAN2: THE COMMUNICATORS [cable/satellite TV] 0000-0030 WRMI: WAVESCAN 7730 0015-0025 India: FAITHFULLY YOURS 6045 7550-DRM 9445 11645 [2-weekly from August 14?] 0030-0100 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO 7730 0100-0130 WRMI: IBC RADIO 7780 0100/0130 Argentina: DXERS SPECIAL 9395 & 5950=WRMI [repeat of or instead of, Sat] 0130-0200 WRMI: WAVESCAN 7780 5850 0200-0230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9395 0315-0325 Romania: LISTENERS LETTERBOX 7375 9730 9740-DRM 11825 0330-0400 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9955 5985 1120-1125 Romania: DX MAILBAG 13750 15130 15320 17670 1330-1345 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 1720-1725 Romania: DX MAILBAG 9760-DRM 11810 1930/1950v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 15140 or 16180 or 11760 2030-2100 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO 7780 5950 2100-2130 WRMI: WAVESCAN 5950 7780 2130-2200 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO 5950 2145-2200 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 2230-2300 WRMI: HOBART RADIO INTERNATIONAL 9955 5950 2220-2225 Romania: DX MAILBAG 7315 7325 9760 9790 2330/2350v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 5040 11880 2330-2400 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO 9330v [maybe] UT WEDNESDAY 0020-0025 Romania: DX MAILBAG 7375 9730 0100-0200 WRMI: PCJ RADIO INTERNATIONAL 7780 5850 0100-0230+ WBCQ: Amateur Radio Roundtable W5KUB.com 5130v 0130/0150v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6000 6165 0145-0200 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 0200-0230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9395 0230/0250v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6000 6165 0300-0315 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 0320-0325 Romania: DX MAILBAG 7375 9730 9740-DRM 11825 0330/0350v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6000 6060? 6165 0430/0450v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6000 6060? 6165 0530/0550v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6270 6230 6165 6100 6060 6000 5040; 9535? 0630/0650v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED 6270 6230 6165 6100 6060 6000 9535? 1000-1030 WRMI: WAVESCAN 5950 1030-1100 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO 5950 1200-1230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 5010 [unconfirmed] 1345-1400 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 1700-1715 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 5950 2100-2130 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO 9955 2100-2130 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO 7490v 2115-2130 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 5950 2300-2315 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 7780 2330-2400 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO 9330v [maybe] UT THURSDAY 0000-0030 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9955 0030-0100 WRMI: WAVESCAN 7730 0130-0200 WRMI: WAVESCAN 7780 5850 5950 0200-0230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9395 0345-0400 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 1345-1400 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 2130-2200 WRMI: WAVESCAN 5950 2330-2400 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO 9330v [maybe] UT FRIDAY 0100-0130 WRMI: IBC RADIO 9955 0200-0230 WRMI: WAVESCAN 9395 0330-0400 WRMI; HOBART RADIO INTERNATIONAL 5985 1000-1015 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 5950 1305-1315 Turkey: LETTERBOX 15450 1345-1400 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 1500-1515 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 5950 1705-1715 Turkey: LETTERBOX 15520 1905-1915 Turkey: LETTERBOX 9785 2030-2100 WRMI: SHORTWAVE RADIOGRAM 7780 5950 2200-2300 WRMI: PCJ RADIO INTERNATIONAL 9955 5950 2105-2115 Turkey: LETTERBOX 9620 2235-2245 Turkey: LETTERBOX 9830 2300-2315 WRMI: VIVA MIAMI 9955 7780 2330-2400 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO 9330v [maybe] ============================================================== NOTES CUSB: Compatible upper sideband, sideband plus reduced carrier. v: frequency, start time, duration, or both may vary. This compilation does not include DRM transmissions. PROGRAM AND STATION SCHEDULES SOURCES WBCQ: RADIO TIMTRON WORLDWIDE and ALLAN WEINER WORLDWIDE may be used as filler material at random times if a scheduled program does not arrive or has been canceled. If a WBCQ transmitter is down, programming may be moved temporarily to another frequency: 5130v, 7490v, 9330v-CUSB [not lately implemented]. WRMI: from schedules effective November 5, 2017 and sometimes contradictory monitoring. And DST shifts for 9955 only. Other programs based on schedules published on the various stations` web sites or from DX Listening Digest; and from monitoring! GLENN HAUSER PROGRAM LINKS WORLD OF RADIO: Latest schedules, including non-shortwave airings: http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html Internet on demand, see Our Current Audio page for availability: http://www.worldofradio.com/audiomid.html WORLD OF RADIO podcasts now available from five sources: RHEIN-MAIN RADIO CLUB SHORTWAVE.AM FEEDBURNER iTunes Google Play Music WORLD OF RADIO, CONTINENT OF MEDIA program summaries (Pre-2002 and 2002 are indexes to individual program pages): Pre-2002 [copy and paste]: http://www.angelfire.com/ok/worldofradio/wormid.html 2002: 2002 2003: 2003 2004: 2004 2005: 2005 2006: 2006 2007: 2007 From 2008: not aggregated onto such a page. CONTINENT OF MEDIA (latest edition is 07-03, July 29, 2007 available on the Current Audio page and from dxing.com) MUNDO RADIAL: http://www.worldofradio.com/espanol.html MUNDO RADIAL has come to an end with the Nov-Dec 2007 edition, but text and audio archives remain. OTHER PROGRAMS INFO AND LINKS [Host(s) and/or producer(s) or major contributor(s) name(s), if known, are in brackets *: program is no longer on the air or on hiatus but still maintains a web site. %: on demand from station or program website, at least for a week following. %AMATEUR RADIO MIRROR INTERNATIONAL: http://www.sarl.org.za/public/ARMI/ARMI.asp *%...AND THE GATEPOST featuring DX MIX AND TIPS, DX CORNER [Sandor Laczko, Mike Mitchell]: Budapest Real Audio is at http://real1.radio.hu/nemzeti.htm Select the date, then the transmission. DX CORNER begins at about :22 on late Friday\early UT Saturday; ...AND THE GATEPOST takes up all of the transmission on late Sunday\early UT Monday roughly once a month, but not on a regular schedule (there can be four to six weeks between editions. Times given on their web site are local (UT +1 during winter, UT +2 summer). SW schedules on shows are likely to be outdated; beware! [English broadcasts cancelled as of 7/1/07; archives apparently gone but this entry retained for historical purposes] *COMMUNICATIONS WORLD (VOA) [Kim Elliott]: Scripts archived at http://www.kimandrewelliott.com/index.php?s=CW Dr. Elliott`s main page http://www.kimandrewelliott.com/ *DX CORNER (Turkey): Has been heard as early as :18 into transmission, ending as late as :35, but typically 7 minutes long. Has quoted DX tips from DXLD, Media Network without any credit, but mostly just mailbag, reading reception reports. Lately picks major media news stories with little if any DX items despite title. Can sometimes be found in 1-day Saturday audio archive. But canceled after December 2014. *DXING WITH CUMBRE [Marie Lamb]: Any given airing will not necessarily be the latest edition. http://www.cumbredx.org DXing with Cumbre is available on demand in streaming audio format at: http://cs3.ralabs.com/streams/ (the last five most recent programs only?) In 2009 and 2010 it had been difficult to confirm a single broadcast still on SW. In 2011, 2012 one or two have been. In 2013 it has been produced two-weekly but broadcast (maybe) weekly with repeats. UPDATE: Final edition aired March 9, 2014. DXERS UNLIMITED [Arnie Coro, CO2KK]: Main page (which hasn`t been updated since May 2002) and pre-mid 2002 scripts: http://www.radiohc.org/dxers/ Another site with scripts, from various dates during 2002-7, with a lot of gaps: http://www.dxers-unlimited.dxer.info/ New scripts are sporadically posted on Arnie`s blog Since CUBA jams WRMI indiscriminately during many DX programs even in English, consider boycotting DXUL or complaining to Arnie. *%DX PARTYLINE [Allen Graham]: http://www.hcjb.org/mass_media/dx_partyline/dx_partyline.html DX Partyline was canceled after its 50th anniversary at the end of May 2011. %DX PROGRAM (Bulgaria) [DX editor Dimiter Petrov, LZ1AF; Rumen Pankov, assistant-editor in charge of broadcast tips]: http://bnr.bg/sites/en/lifestyle/dx/Pages/default.aspx Some weeks scripts may be replaced by summaries only. In 2010-2011 the SW info also comes from DX Mix News. SW canceled Jan 31, 2012. R. Bulgaria still webcasts in 2013, but with any DX program?? %FRIENDS AROUND THE WORLD: http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/english/radio/program/index.html Replaced WORLD INTERACTIVE April 2011 %FUTURE TENSE: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/futuretense/ Future Tense explores the social, cultural, political and economic fault lines arising from rapid change. A critical look at new technologies, new approaches and new ways of thinking. Presented by Anthony Funnell. GATEWAY AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLETTER. 12+ hours of ham radio news, with repeats, Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning from near St. Louis MO. Details: http://www.rrsta.com/wa0rcr/sched.html *HAM RADIO AND MORE [Len Winkler]: http://www.tapr.org/hrm %INTERNATIONAL RADIO REPORT [Sheldon Harvey & David Asselin] On CKUT 90.3 FM Montreal - debuted November 1987 Sundays 1530 UT (winter); 1430 UT (summer). CKUT live streaming on their webpage www.ckut.ca Programs archived at international radio report | CKUT 90.3 FM Program Facebook Group page *%MAILBOX [Adrian Sainsbury & Myra Oh; New Zealand DX League segment]: http://www.radionz.co.nz/international/programmes/mailbox Now with an archive going back 12 months. Canceled after August 4, 2014. *%MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG [Ian Jones]: http://www.rcinet.ca/rci/en/emissions/1450.shtml SW ended with RCI in June, 2012! *MEDIA NETWORK (Radio Netherlands) [Jonathan Marks, original program host; web Andy Sennitt]: http://www.medianetwork.nl Even the website ended in 2012 altho RN exists on the web. *%MEDIA REPORT [Richard Aedy]: Includes scripts. http://www.abc.net.au/rn/mediareport/default.htm Canceled 12/08; replaced by FUTURE TENSE 1/09. MR resumed at some point but canceled again circa 1/16. *MEDIASCAN (Radio Sweden) [George Wood]: http://www.mediascan.org/ No longer attempts to publish news; adds occasional items. BUt not even that any more? *%MEDIA ZONE [Ian Jones]: [website gone as of 4/13/08 check] http://www.rcinet.ca/rci/en/emissions/1473.shtml *MOSCOW MAILBAG [Prepared by Olga Troshina and presented by Tata Mnatsakanyan and Max Gorbachyov.]: http://english.ruvr.ru/radio_broadcast/2248880/ [resumed listing here for A-12 its only four times left, gone in B-12] [formerly rotated among Ol`ga Troshina, Yuri Reshetnikov and Eugene Nikitenko] %MULTIMEDIA: archived for many weeks: http://www.polskieradio.pl/zagranica/news/archiwum.aspx?s=0&k=149 As of January 2010, merged with IN TOUCH program to become MULTITOUCH, and occuping both airtimes on Wed/Thu/Fri/Sun. October 2011 reduced to one SW airing for Europe only. All English SW canceled March 2012. OFF THE HOOK: http://www.2600.com/offthehook/ Originates at WBAI-FM. For some time carried on WBCQ 7415, then shifted to 5110 Area 51, not on SW as of Feb 2010. %QSO WITH TED RANDALL: interviews with hams or radio people. http://www.tedrandall.com *RADIO WAVES [Spain]: Usually consists of a couple of ``radio songs`` with an occasional mention of some aspect of shortwave listening; never any DX news. Not confirmed lately; is it ever on? Not any more with all English canceled 2014. %THE SHORTWAVE REPORT [Dan Roberts]: Not on shortwave but on KZYX&Z, 88.3, 90.7, 91.5 MHz, Mendocino County, California, Saturdays 0030 winter, Fridays 2330 summer, http://www.kzyx.org on WHUS, 91.7 MHz, Storrs, Connecticut, Saturdays 2130 winter, 2030 summer, http://whus.org and on KRFP, 92.5 MHz, Moscow, Idaho, Sundays 1430 UT winter, 1330 summer (WORLD OF RADIO is scheduled preceding) http://www.radiofreemoscow.com/ Program originates in northern California. Program audio page http://www.outfarpress.com/shortwave.shtml ``The Shortwave Report is a 30 minute review of news stories recorded from a shortwave radio,`` tho they sound like webcasts. And always the same three or four stations, really in a rut. Lately has added a few others and blurred the distinxion between SW and webcast, tho the title remains. *%THIS WEEK IN AMATEUR RADIO INTERNATIONAL [MP3 40 MB files]: http://www.twiar.org/ Podcast page: http://www.twiar.org/twiaripodcast.xml Has two versions, one fully produced with music suitable for broadcast and another stripped down to talk only for ham, repeaters, including Gateway on 160 metres, see above. `On hiatus` from WBCQ since May 2011. Or, like, gone for good. *TOM AND DARRYL: http://www.tomanddarryl.org/ No longer on WBCQ, but maybe still on satellite. Website not updated since 8/07. %WAVESCAN: Program now originates in Miami. Audio archive: http://audio.awr.org/asia/Wavescan/AWRWavescan/ Abandoned 2004 website: http://english.awr.org/wavescan/ *THE WHOLE WORLD ON THE RADIO DIAL: Radio Ukraine webcast at rtsp://real.nrcu.gov.ua:7554/encoder/rui.rm or http://www.nrcu.gov.ua/index.php?id=308 but the second link of higher quality seemingly no longer works. New edition once a month, repeated other weeks; but previous month`s show airs on alternating consecutive broadcasts. BUT canceled in February 2009, last repeat April 4, 2009. %WORLDWIDE FRIENDSHIP (Edward Kim, Kim So-yeon): Weekly DX segment by Kevin O`Donovan, Farmington NM. Since 2013 he has to share with two other reporters during each month. http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/ (select WORLDWIDE FRIENDSHIP from dropdown list in KBS WORLD Radio panel) OTHER DX PROGRAM GUIDES The British DX Club publishes a DX Programme Guide, including satellite transmissions. [Euro-centric] http://www.bdxc.org.uk/dxprog.htm Worldwide DX Club list of SWL/Media Programmes in English, German and Spanish. http://www.wwdxc.de/swl.pdf LATEST DX PROGRAM AUDIO LINX [English] RF PROGRAMS no longer much there PROGRAMAS DX AUDIO LINX [Spanish] PROGRAMAS DX PROGRAMAS DX AUDIO LINX [Portuguese] PROGRAMAS DX [but Portuguese mostly not updated since 9/08] ###