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1. Todd Dulaney - Cry Out 2. Dr Tumi - Jesus youre my life 3. Victor Thompson - Not moved 4. Linda Gail - I Shall Declare the Works of the Lord 5. Mark Ayers - You Were There 6. Mark Ayers - You Were There (Reprise) 7. Yolanda Stith & Strong City - Restore and Break Open Prophetic Intercession and Decree 8. Davy Flowers - You 9. Eva Crabb - Revive Us 10. Cimorelli - “Way Maker” (Acoustic Worship Cover) 11. Caleb Carroll - Authentic Love 12. Dr Tumi - Healing in Your Glory 13. DulaneyLand Mus ...
 
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Grimeton Radio Live, off-air, recording of a morse code (CW or continuous wave) transmission in English from station SAQ, Grimeton Radio, Sweden, on 16 November 2022 beginning at 16:00 UTC on a very low frequency (VLF) of 17.2 kHz. The signal originates from the historic Alexanderson alternator transmitter at Grimeton near Varberg on the southwest …
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Andy Wang, who shares the following recording and notes: Notes: Radio Taipei International was the old name of Taiwan's internation radio service. Its name changed to Radio Taiwan International on 2003. There are many online services which can transcribe voice to text, but with mistakes. I don't understand Russian, …
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Tom Gavaras, who shares the following recording and notes: WRUL Radio New York Worldwide JFK Assassination Coverage 11/22/1963 WRUL (Radio New York Worldwide) shortwave coverage in English and Spanish of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy including coverage from ABC Radio. Recording provided by Todd Koso…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenal, who shares the following recordings and notes: Notes: With roots over 100 years old, the Tropical Radio Telegraph Company (a subsidiary of the United Fruit Company) used to operate a few radiotelephone stations in Central America during the years prior to the Internet. They often could be heard on vario…
 
RIAS BUILDING IN BERLIN WITH NEON LOGOS NOW USED BY DEUTSCHLANDRADIO (AVDA, WIKIMEDIA) Live, off-air, approximately 45-minute recording of RIAS, Rundfunk im amerikanischen Sektor, on 22 October 1992 beginning at about 23:15 UTC on 6005 kHz. The signal was broadcast from a 100-kW transmitter in the Britz suburb of Berlin, Germany, using an essential…
 
The following recording was made on September 28, 2022 starting at 1157 UTC on 7268 kHz (lower sideband). At this time, Hurricane Ian hit the Florida coast as a category 4 storm and had been downgraded to a tropical storm over the Florida peninsula. This recording was made using a WinRadio Excalubur software defined radio connected to a skyloop ant…
 
Photo by Hugo Sousa Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Nigel Thornbury, who shares the following recording and notes: Broadcaster: Independent Broadcasting Authority London Date of recording: 6/15/1973 Starting time: PM Frequency: 0.557 MHz Reception location: Birmingham, England Receiver and antenna: NordeMende Globe Trotter II, internal ferrite rod…
 
Photo by Jack Krier Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Angelo Prieto, for the following recording and notes: Broadcaster: Radio Cairo Date of recording: 8/11/2022 Starting time: 15:00 UTC Frequency: 9.440 Mhz RX location: Miami, FL Notes: This is a recording of Radio Cairo from my personal magnetic tape collection. This being the only recording of Ra…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Broadcaster: Radio Christian Voice, Lusaka, Zambia Date of recording: 10/14/1996 Starting time: 0400 UTC Frequency: 3.330 MHz RX location: Thamesford, Ontario, Canada Receiver and antenna: Panasonic RF-3100 and longwire antenna Mode: AM Notes: Tough to log …
 
Princess Elizabeth circa 1945 (Image Source: Public Domain) Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Anthony Pavick, who shares the following recording and notes: Broadcaster: BBC World Service Date of recording: 9/8/2022 Starting time: 1600 UTC Frequency: 12025 kHz Receiver and antenna: SDR at University of Twente in Holland Mode: AM Notes: This is an off…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Broadcaster: Malawi Broadcasting Corporation Date of recording: 6/1/1997 Starting time: 0400 UTC Frequency: 3.380 MHz RX location: Thamesford, Ontario, Canada Receiver and antenna: Panasonic RF-3100 and longwire antenna Notes: Back in the days before the in…
 
Live off-air recording of the final two hours of the shortwave transmissions of the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation's (ERT's) Voice of Greece (I Foni tis Elladas) on 15 June 2022 on a frequency of 9420 kHz. Also known as ERA 5, the Voice of Greece broadcast its programs from Avlis about 50 km north-east of Athens using a transmitter with a regist…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Tom Laskowski, who shares the following recording and notes: Here are two more back to back episodes from my collection of recordings of Shortwave Listener's Digest from Radio Canada International, this time from August 09, 1982 and August 16, 1982. This program's highlights are: more talk about submarine cables, ch…
 
Photo by Brett Jordan Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Here is Radio Kuwait circa 1970, signing on in English with their interval signal, chimes, and giving their frequency information. They were transmitting on 15345 kHz to Europe at 1600 hours UTC. This recording was made in Ancaster, On…
 
1. Todd Dulaney - Cry Out 2. Dr Tumi - Jesus youre my life 3. Victor Thompson - Not moved 4. Linda Gail - I Shall Declare the Works of the Lord 5. Mark Ayers - You Were There 6. Mark Ayers - You Were There (Reprise) 7. Yolanda Stith & Strong City - Restore and Break Open Prophetic Intercession and Decree 8. Davy Flowers - You 9. Eva Crabb - Revive …
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Ian Pillar, New low power station 5 KW out of central Victoria keeping everyone very excited in Australia on all the message boards . Run by David Stuart VK3ASE Broadcaster: Shortwave Australia Date of recording: 7/7/2022 Starting time: 0750 UTC Frequency: 4835 kHz Receiver location: NSW Australia Receiver and anten…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Recorded on February 21, 1999, this is the Qatar Broadcasting Service from Doha signing on with their interval signal and announcement in Arabic. They were using 7210 kHz and a little amateur radio interference can be heard as one might expect. Receiver loc…
 
Photo by Kevin Fuentealba Mol Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Radio station Voz Cristiana from Santiago, Chile is heard here with a test transmission and announcement in English on April 28, 1998. My logbook says they were operating on 21550 kHz. Receiving post was in Thamesford, Ontario,…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Some blended audio clips from pro democracy clandestine station Radio Kudirat Nigeria (The Voice of Democracy) operating on 11540 kHz. This recording was made on March 22, 1998 in Thamesford, Ontario, Canada. The station says they are getting reports of poo…
 
A live, off-air, half-hour recording of the BBC World Service special Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast on 21 June 2022 beginning at 21:30 UTC. The broadcast, hosted by Cerys Matthews, featured messages and music for the 32 members of the staff of the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) overwintering in Antarctica at the Rothera (Antarctic Peninsula) and Ki…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Probably my favourite interval signal of all time, the Song of the Coconut Islands, used by Radio Republik Indonesia stations. Here we have Jakarta on 15150 kHz signing on April 11, 1998. Their signal had to travel over 15800 km to get to my receiver in sou…
 
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Rarely logged here, the interval signal from Radio Madagasikara broadcasting from the island of Madagascar, as heard in Thamesford, Ontario, Canada on February 18, 1997 at sign on around 0258 hours UTC on 5010 kHz shortwave. Their national anthem is …
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: During my early years of SWLing, The Voice of Free China from Taipei, Taiwan was an exciting catch for me. The signal came direct from Taiwan (no relay) and was often subject to "polar flutter" as it found it's path to Southern Ontario, Canada. My receiver …
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Paul Walker, who shares the following recording and notes: KNLS sister station Madagascar World Voice broadcasts Radio Feda, an Arabic language Christian program from Madagascar to the Middle East on 13670 kHz at 1900-2000UTC and 13710 kHz from 2000-2100UTC. This is the 13710 kHz broadcast as received in McGrath Ala…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Some of my old audio cassette tapes from the 1970's contain unedited material from my shortwave listening activities that has never been labelled or properly organized. Upon playing one such cassette, I found this recording of radio station FEBA Seychelles.…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, for sharing the following recording and notes: Broadcaster: Action Radio (Guyana Broadcasting Service) Date of recording: 3/12/1972 Starting time: believe it was around 0900 UTC Frequency: 3.290 MHz Recption location: Ancaster, Ontario, Canada Receiver and antenna: Hallicrafters S-52 using a longwire a…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Paul Walker, who shares the following recording of BOM and notes: BPM on 10 MHz surpassing WWVH’s signal, which does not happen often at all—if ever that I can remember—in McGrath, Alaska. The dits form BPM are obvious, but the morse code beginning at 39 seconds and the voice at 1 min 21 secs just wipe away WWVH.…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Broadcaster: Trans World Radio, Swaziland Date of recording: 11/2/1996 Starting time: 0358 Frequency: 4.750 MHz Reception location: Thamesford, Ontario, Canada Receiver and antenna: Panasonic RF-3100 and longwire antenna Notes: Here is the interval signal o…
 
Quoting The Diplomat: For the first time, North Korea has confirmed a positive COVID-19 case within the country. The state-run Korean Central News Agency reported on May 12 that a “specimen from persons with fever” in Pyongyang had come back positive for the Omicron BA.2 variant, a particularly contagious strain of the virus. The phrasing of the an…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Broadcaster: Radio Juventud, Barquisimeto, Venezuela 1970 Frequency: 4.900 MHz Reception location: Ancaster, Ontario, Canada Receiver and antenna: Hallicrafters S-52 using a longwire antenna Notes: Back in the 1970's, many Venezuelan radio stations could be…
 
The Shepparton transmitter site of ABC/Radio Australia Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Bob Purse, curator of the excellent Inches Per Second audio archive and blog. Bob kindly shares the following recording originally made on reel to reel tape. All of Bob’s recordings are lost and found sound, so the only information he has for each recording are …
 
(Image by Rich Post, K8TAD) Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Notes: Radio Rabaul on the island of New Britain, PNG, was a rare visitor to my radio shack in 1971. I was able to make this brief recording (along with one of Radio Bougainville submitted separately) using an open mike in front …
 
Hallicrafters SX-99 Dial Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Notes: The morning of October 21, 1971, provided some of the best reception of Papua New Guinea stations in the 90 metre band that I ever experienced. These stations were rare visitors to my headphones but I was able to make a coupl…
 
Hallicrafters S-52 (Image Source: Rich Post, K8TAD) Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, for the following recording and notes: Notes: Another short clip from an old 1971 cassette tape, La Voix du Zaire in French with multiple station ID's. In the 1970's, I typically recorded stations in the hope of catching a station identification and a…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Bob Purse, curator of the excellent Inches Per Second audio archive and blog. Bob kindly shares the following recording originally made on reel to reel tape. All of Bob’s recordings are lost and found sound, so the only information he has for each recording are the notes included on tape labels and boxes. If you can…
 
Hallicrafters S-52 (Image Source: Rich Post, K8TAD) Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes: Notes: The Windward Islands Broadcasting Service heard with banana cutting notices for growers in St. Vincent and Granada prior to closing announcements giving frequencies and target areas. Due to "primiti…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Matt Tod, who shares the following recording and notes: Notes: BBC World Service broadcast with the first news of the Russian invasion of Ukraine Broadcaster: BBC Date of recording: 2/22/2022 - 02/27/2022 Starting time: various: see recording titel Frequency: 6.195 & 7.285 MHz Reception location: Hugo, MN Receiver a…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Paul Walker, who shares the following short recording of VOA’s Hausa language service recorded on February 26, 2022 in McGrath, Alaska on 11,900 kHz at 20:58 UTC. This recording was made with a Tecsun PL-880, DXE preamp and two tunable HF loop antennas. Paul notes: “Hausa language gets lopped off for an English sign…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Tom Gavaras, who shares the following recording and notes: Notes: VOA Communications World hosted by Kim Andrew Elliott. Topics covered included: - BBC to end shortwave World Service broadcasts to US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Radio Netherlands to broadcast on BBC vacated frequencies for two weeks - Intervi…
 
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