"FRS on air Sunday September 2nd
Last Sunday's broadcast was seriously affected by a so called *geomagnetic
storm*, a rare phenomenon occasionally popping up. As a direct result both
6275 & 7700 frequencies were poorly or even not at all being received in
large areas on the European continent. Such storm is just bad luck and can
happen; it's simply beyond anyone's control!
We have decided to* repeat the full August 26th broadcast next Sunday
September 2nd*. For those who missed it: it is the inofficial celebration
of our *38th anniversary* *(knowing FRS officially started its broadcasting
life on Sunday August 31st 1980)*. In the past years various interesting
themes were presented in our August broadcast: *Made in Holland,
progressive rock from Dutch bands, the 1967 Summer, **Music & Radio
Stories, music related to the 'Sea' topic, RNI Musical Memories etc. *Also
this time programmes will be *thematic* (see schedule below) and FRS wil
offer varied & interesting themes in the different shows. *Frequencies*
will be 48 mb (likely 6275) and of course our main frequency 7700 as well.
* FRS-HOLLAND Programme Schedule for Sunday September 2nd 2018*
*UTC Time *
*CEST Time *
Station-opening: ID's & Theme tune
Musical Express- 'Songs that you used to dance on'.
Bert van Leer* kicks off * with Floorfillers, not frequently played on the
popular in the disco in the 70s/80s era.
German Show- *Jan van Dijk* is focusing on New Wave/ New Romantic (early
Plus one or a few radio items.
FRS Magazine -* Peter Verbruggen*.
*Peter Verbruggen* recalls typical Big L tunes and some of their stories
Back to the mid 1960sâ Also some radio news items and if times allows the
*Dave Scott *Classic 70s rock show with some rare tracks and of course two
free radio recordings from the past.
*Streaming*Choosing for *âthe best of both worldsâ* FRSH goes for
broadcasting on short wave in good old AM and digital high quality web
streaming. That means you can make their choice out of two possibilities:
- *[**http://nednl.net:8000/frsh.m3u <http://nednl.net:8000/frsh.m3u>] *
on Sunday Sept. 2nd 15:52- 19.50 UTC/ 17:52- 21:50 CEST
- *[http://laut.fm/jukebox <http://laut.fm/jukebox>*] on Saturday Sept.
1st 15:00- 19:00 UTC/ 17:00- 21:00 CEST.
- *[http://laut.fm/jukebox <http://laut.fm/jukebox>*] on Thursday Sept.
6th 17:00- 21:00 UTC/ 19:00- 23:00 CEST.
*QSL/letters *Correct reception reports include: date + time of reception,
QTH, frequency, your receiver/antenna and most important: a number of
programme details (artists/records etc.). In case you are forwarding an MP3
file (which is much appreciated!) please make sure you include: date, time,
frequency QTH within the file name! Thanks in advance! E-mails including
correct reception reports to < firstname.lastname@example.org > will be consequently
replied by our e-QSL.If you prefer a good looking high quality color QSL
(hard copy) Ãnd large colour sticker (plus personal letter), you must write
to our Herten maildrop!! Please enclose 3 US dollars or 3 Euro. Please do
not send any IRCs!"
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