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JRX Logs Monday, July 1st, 2019  View Printable Version 
Monday, July 01 2019

JRX Logs_Monday, July 1st, 2019
Receiver (s): Degen DE1103
Antenna (s): Active Degen DE31

** 9965. Jul 1st, 2019. 1715-1725, China National Radio 1, xx-CHN. Jammer/Firedrake transmission, blocking all RFA broadcasting this time. Continuous music. Good reception here, 45544.
** 13700. Jul 1st, 2019. 1813-1820, China Radio International, Urumqi-CHN, in Amoy language. Woman announcer talks during this log. Excellent reception relay Urumqi, 55555.
** 13760. Jul 1st, 2019. 1755-1805, China Radio International, Kashgar-CHN, in English. Women announcers and male announcer in conversation and some laughs; 1800 Man talks, ID; Woman talks news. Good reception, 45544.
** 13790. Jul 1st, 2019. 1745-1755, China Radio International, Kashgar-CHN, in Arabic. Man and woman announcers talk with backgrounds; 1750 Chinese Lesson. Excellent reception, 55555.

** 13740. Jul 1st, 2019. 1805-1813, Radio France International, Issoudun-F, in French. Men announcers presen a RFI News; ID; 1812 Woman announcer talks too. Excellent reception of RFI this afternoon, 55555.
** 13820. Jul 1st, 2019. 1835-1845, Radio Algerienne, Issoudun-F, in Arabic. Man announcer talks; 1842 A short space dedicated to Qur´an chant and returns man voice. Very good reception, 55544.

** 13660. Jul 1st, 2019. 1820-1827, BBC, Woofferton-G, in English. Man and woman present BBC News, including news from Brazil; ID. Good reception, 45544.

** 11770. Jul 1st, 2019. 1727-1735, Voice of Nigeria, Ikorodu-NIG, in English. Man and woman voices; A short song; ID sometimes. Today, reception with good signal and fair modulation, 45433.

** 13630. Jul 1st, 2019. 1845-1855, Voice of America, Al-Dhabbiya-UAE, in Kinyarwanda-Kirundi. Man and woman talk news; A brief audio by popular manifestation; ID. Fair reception, 35533.

** 13605. Jul 1st, 2019. 1827-1835, Radio Marti, Greenville-NC, in Spanish. Station announcements by male and female announcers; ID many times: Radio Marti, total information for Cuba; In the heart of cubans! 1832 returns the program "Today in Cuba": news about cuban activities this monday, 1st july. Good reception, 45544.

** 13830. Jul 1st, 2019. 1736-1745, Vatican Radio, SM di Galeria-CVA, in Tigrinya. Man talks news; 1739 Audio of pope voice in italian language; ID. Good reception this afternoon, here, 45544.

JRX_Jose Ronaldo Xavier
SWARL Callsign PR7036SWL
Cabedelo, Brazil (UTC-3)

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JRX Logs June 29-30, 2019  View Printable Version 
Sunday, June 30 2019

JRX Logs_June 29-30, 2019
Receiver (s): Degen DE1103
Antenna (s): Degen DE31

** 9720. Jun 30, 2019. 1740-1748, Dimtse Radio Erena, Sofia-Kostinbrod-BUL, in Tigrinya. A song; Man talks; 1745 A song. Very poor to barely audible reception, 25322 to 25311.

** 13760. Jun 30, 2019. 1600-1608, China Radio International, Kashgar-CHN, in English. Man announcer talks news; 1605 A commentary about China development; ID. Fair reception, 35433.
** 15220. Jun 29, 2019. 1025-1033, China Radio International, Kashgar-CHN, in Hungarian. Man voice;  A very short chinese song and next woman talks. Excellent reception, 55555.

** 6105. Jun 29, 2019. 0210-0217, NHK World Japan, Issoudun-F, in Japanese. Woman and man voices during this log. Fair signal and poor modulation, 35422.
** 15290. Jun 29, 2019. 0953-1000, NHK World Japan, Issoudun-F, in Japanese. Man announcer talks; A song. Fair reception, 35433.

** 15420. Jun 30, 2019. 1716-1722, Voice of Oromo Liberation, Nauen-D, in Oromo. Man and woman announcers talk; 1719 Man talks. Reception with good signal and fair modulation to this clandestine station, 45433.

** 9950. Jun 30, 2019. 1645-1652, All India Radio, Bangalore-IND, in Hindi. Man voice during this log. Poor reception here, 35322.
** 11560. Jun 30, 2019. 1631-1645, All India Radio, Bangalore-IND, in Russian. Woman announcer talks news, presumably; 1641 India song. Fair reception, 35433.
** 12025. Jun 30, 2019. 1749-1757, All India Radio, Panaji-Goa-IND, in Malayalam. Woman voice during this log. Barely audible reception with CW-RTTY (?) interference, 24311.

** 7330. Jun 30, 2019. 1829-1842, VOIRI-Pars Today, Sirjan-IRN, in French. Man talks and next a short song by piano; 1830 ID and man talks news. Fair reception, 35433.

** 7360. Jun 30, 2019. 1652-1657, Vatican Radio, Talata-Volonondry-MDG, in English. Man announcer talks; ID, IS and ends programming at 1657. Poor reception, 35322.

** 11770. Jun 30, 2019. 1700-1715, Voice of Nigeria, Ikorodu-NIG, in English. Man announcer talks; A short conversation with a man; A song; 1710 Woman talks about the country. Fair reception to 11770kHz old reactivated frequency of VON, free of interference by CRI on 11775, between 1700-1757UT, 35433. 
** 11770. Jun 30, 2019. 1800-1820, Voice of Nigeria, Ikorodu-NIG, in English. A musical program: some nigerian rap song and other rhythms; 1815 Man and woman announcers talk, all about the nigerian country. Good to fair reception, now with a spur interference by CRI in german language, 1800-1857UT, 44544 to 43533.

** 6080. Jun 29, 2019. 0202-0210, Radio Romania International, Tiganesti-ROU, in Spanish. Woman talks news, including sport news; ID. Fair reception, 35433.
** 7420. Jun 29, 2019. 0141-0148, Radio Romania International, Galbeni-ROU, in Romanian. Man and woman voices; Conversation; A song. ID. Fair reception, 35433.

** 15540. Jun 29, 2019. 1656-1708, Saudi Radio International, Riyadh-ARS, in Urdu. A pakistani song, presumably; Woman talks; 1700 Time pips; Woman announcer talks news, presumably. Fair reception, 35433. ** 17570. Jun 29, 2019. 1015-1025, Saudi Radio International, Riyadh-ARS, in Arabic. The Holy Qur´an chant; during this log. Very good reception, 45544.
** 17805. Jun 29, 2019. 1001-1014, Saudi Radio International, Riyadh-ARS, in Arabic. Man and woman voices; Music. Poor reception this morning here, 25322.

** 9630. Jun 30, 2019. 1731-1739, IBRA Radio, Al-Dhabbiya-UAE, in Tigrinya. Woman voice makes a sermon, presumably. Poor reception, 35322.
** 11655. Jun 30, 2019. 1620-1628, IBRA Radio, Al-Dhabbiya-UAE, in Afar language. Woman voice; A song by chorus, voices only. Fair reception, 35433.

** 6195. Jun 29, 2019. 0935-0945, NHK World Japan, Furman-SC, in Spanish. Man and woman announcers present a NHK Newsletter, mainly talk about the G20 Meeting; 0940 "Japan Mode"- today about the history of a japanese writer. Very good reception, 45544.
** 7305. Jun 29, 2019. 0154-0200, Vatican Radio, Greenville-NC, in Spanish. Man and woman talk news; Pope Francis voice; 0200 Ends programming. Good reception this night, 45444.
** 7335. Jun 29, 2019. 0119-0130, Radio Marti, Greenville-NC, in Spanish. A song; Woman talks about the sugar importande and the largest consumer countries; 0124 A cuban song. Fair reception, 35433.
** 7335. Jun 29, 2019. 0945-0952, Radio Marti, Greenville-NC, in Spanish. Man and woman talk news; ID; A song. Reception with good signal and fair modulation, 45433.
** 7365. Jun 29, 2019. 0130-0139, Radio Marti, Greenville-NC, in Spanish. A song; ID and station programming announcements; A message by the OCB manager. Very good reception, 45544.

** 11815. Jun 30, 2019. 1610-1619, Vatican Radio, SM di Galeria-CVA, in Armenian language. Woman talks; A brief music and next man and woman voices; 1618 Woman talks ID and ends program at 1619 with IS. Fair reception, 35433.
** 13830. Jun 30, 2019. 1722-1727, Vatican Radio, SM di Galeria-CVA, in French. Woman talks news about church in The Journal; Man announcer talks too; 1726 Ends of programming with ID, brief music and IS at 1727. Fair reception, 35333.
** 13835. Jun 30, 2019. 1821-1828, Vatican Radio, SM di Galeria-CVA, in Portuguese. Man announcer presents news of church and pope; Voice of pope Francis; A religious chant by chorus; 1824 Woman talks; 1827 Woman reading a pope message during homilia, ID and IS at 1828. Excellent reception, 55555.

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SWARL Callsign PR7036SWL
Cabedelo, Brazil (UTC-3)

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Glenn Hauser logs June 30, 2019  View Printable Version 
Sunday, June 30 2019

** CUBA. 12200, June 30 at 0535, RHC `Music with a Message`, somewhat
distorted at S6-S7, second harmonic of 6100, which is S9+30 with the
same overmodulation distortion. While // 6165 is S9+10/20 and
undermodulated but not distorted; // 6000 same S9+10/20 suppressed
modulation yet is distorted (i.e. suptorted). // 5040 is S9+10/20 with
less distortion. Show features old American protest songs, just
another attempt to further its anti-American mantra. Something`s
always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 11880, June 30 at 1344, CRI relay transmitter is already on
with S9+20 of open carrier prior to 1400 broadcast in English. Think
how many nutritious meals undernourished Cubans could be fed for the
expense of broadcasting 250 kW of nothing for a quarter-hour. Not to
mention all the dead air from spy numbers frequencies. Something`s
always wrong at RadioCuba (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** MEXICO. 6185, June 30 at 0327, NO signal from XEPPM, as Manuel
Méndez, Spain has also been noting for a few nights. Let`s hope
Mexico`s last SWBC station is not gone forever too (Glenn Hauser, OK,

** NIGERIA. 11769.9, June 30 at 0602, talk presumed Hausa from Voice
of Nigeria, S9/S9+10 and somewhat undermodulated. Nothing to be heard
on 7254.9 or 9689.9. It seems that VON has replaced all its previous
frequencies with this one; why? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING

** SOLOMON ISLANDS. 9545, June 30 at 0455, JBA signal, S3-S4 with
traces of modulation, presumed SIBC as Ron Howard has reported
reactivated on its daytime frequency scheduled until 0500* switch to
5020 (and which carrier becomes audible by 0600 as I have noted). So I
listen carefully whether this 9545 will turn off – yes! Cut at
0459:23*. 24 hours earlier, Wolfgang Bueschel measured it on the
Brisbane remote: ``9544.998 1/2 kHz at 0453 UT on June 29``.
(Meanwhile the only other Pacific signal, NZ on 9700, has just come on
at S9+10 for one hour.) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1988 monitoring: confirmed UT
Sunday June 30 at 0130 on WRMI 5850, VG S9+20/30.

Also confirmed UT Sun June 30 at 0328 on WA0RCR, 1860-AM, MO, only 2
minutes into, so started circa 0326. S9+20/30 but that includes
considerable summer storm noise level, none nearby.

Still no reports of anyone hearing any of the three broadcasts via
Hamburger LokalRadio, 6190, 9485 or 7265. Next:

2130 UT Sunday    WRMI 7780
0130 UT Monday    WRMI 9395 changed to 7780?
0230 UT Monday    WRMI 7780
0300vUT Monday    WBCQ 5130v Area 51 [and 9330? last 2 weeks special]
0330 UT Monday    WRMI 9955
0930 UT Monday    Unique Radio 5045-USB NSW
1816 UT Monday    IRRS 7290 Romania
0100 UT Tuesday   WRMI 7780
0800 UT Tuesday   Unique Radio 5045-USB NSW [2 editions]
2100 UT Wednesday WRMI 9955
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v [and/or 2130]
0100 UT Thursday  WRMI 7780
0930 UT Friday    Unique Radio 5045-USB NSW

Also check 9330 WBCQ for unscheduled airings during testing phase.

[it appears we will now be running on a Friday-to-Thursday cycle, so
freshest new airings are on weekends]

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:

** U S A. 7490+, June 30 at 0147 just as I tune in, this WBCQ cuts off
the air amid some program, presumably `SW Saturday Night`. Maybe there
was an overall power failure or storm, as this correlates with Richard
Langley, NB at 0201:

``9330 kHz putting in a fairly good signal into NB just 100 km from
the station with the Lumpy Gravy Radio Show (not live -- from a
Thanksgiving) at 0145 UT this evening (30 June UT). At the time, 5130
kHz was airing the same program but offset a second or two. 5130 was
not heard when rechecked at 0150. 3265 kHz was also on earlier with a
different program but gone by 0150 UT, too.``

I don`t check again until 0329 when 9330.00 is on with `SW Saturday
Night` as J.P. Is starting his ``train set``; nothing at all audible
now on 7490+ or 5130+. I think there was another old AWWW playback
after 0400.

9330+, by 0534 June 30, WBCQ-6 is off and low-power Brother Scare is
resumed (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5050, UT Sun June 30 at 0327, WWRB is still on with gospel
huxtress, S9+20/30. I think I was already hearing it by 2300 Saturday,
but not logged. Who knows what the real schedule is? Website
http://www.wwrb.org/ remains totally outdated mentioning only winter
frequencies 3215 & 3185 [sic], and no link to a program schedule;
there may still be a now-imaginary old one lacking a link if I could
find my bookmark. Dave Frantz has made it abundantly clear what a low
priority WWRB is for him below his aeronautical business. I think 5050
is active only on Sat/Sun and Sun/UT Mon (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX

** U S A. 1210, UT Sun June 30 at 0558, at least two talk stations
mixing with 3 Hz SAH, typical beat of KGYN OK vs WJNL MI daytimer, but
can`t get an ID past 0607. Unknown what program is on UT Sun, as
`Beyond Reality` is probably UT Tue-Sat, and Jim Bohannon was last UT
Mon. I`m confident this is still WJNL cheating, as I remain waiting to
see if anyone else ever report it (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING

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My second log's list to Hard core DX  View Printable Version 
Sunday, June 30 2019


DXer./Radiolistener: Jose Maranhao (Joe DX) - PT7046 SWL
June 30, 2019 (Times in UTC)
RX: Tecsun PL 660 + Homemade Loop antenna, suitable for MW


KUWAIT: 1548 KHz Radio Sawa (BBG), Al-Kuwayt/Umm al-Rimam, AA, 30/06 – 0119
UTC. Arabic MX. 35333 (JM).

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: 1476 KHz Radio Asia, Ras Al-Khaimah, Malayalam, 30/06
– 0135 UTC. Indian MX. 15221 (JM).

UNITED KINGDOM: 1215 KHz Absolute Radio, Moorside Edge, or Bookmans Park
(?), EE, 30/06 - 0155 UTC. MX: “Nothing compares to you”, performed by
Sinéad O’Connor. 24222 (JM).

SPAIN: 684 KHz RNE Andalucía, Los Palacios/Sevilla, SS, 30/06 – 0200
UTC. Talks,
by YL, and Bip´s. 25222 (JM).

EGYPT(?): 864 KHz ERTU(?), Santah(?), AA, 30/06 – 0203 UTC. Koran chants.
24222 (JM).

AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS: 1620 KHz WDHP – The Reef, Frederiksted, EE, 30/06
– 0215 UTC. MX by OM, (Musical program, with sporadic comments). 35222 (JM).

BRAZIL: 800 KHz Rádio MEC, Rio de Janeiro, PP, 30/06 – 0223 UTC. Blues MX,
by OM (Blues music program, presented by YL). 34322 (JM).

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: 1500 KHz WFED, Washington DC, EE, 30/06 – 0226
UTC. Talks by OM’s. 35222 (JM).

ALGERIA: 531 KHz Jil FM, F’Kirina, AA/FF, 30/06 – 0230 UTC. Arabic MX.
25222 (JM).

SAUDI ARABIA(?): 1422 KHz SBA Idha’at ul-Nedaa al-Islam (?), Ar-Riyad (?),
AA, 30/06 – 0234 UTC. Arabic MX (Koran chant?). 23222 (JM).

CYPRUS(?): 1233 KHz Monte Carlo Doualiya/TWR (?), Cape Greco (?),
Unidentified language, 30/06 – 0243 UTC. Talks, by OM. 25222 (JM).

SAO TOME E PRINCIPE: 1530 KHz VOA, Pinheira, EE, 30/06 – 0320 UTC. Talks,
by OM’s. 33222 (JM).


(JM) – Jose Maranhao (Joe DX) PT7046 SWL Morrinhos, CE, BRAZIL RADIO
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Glenn Hauser logs June 28-29-30, 2019  View Printable Version 
Sunday, June 30 2019

** CUBA. 5990, June 29 at 2316, CRI English relay is S7-S9 but JBM; if
// 15120, no signal there. Definitely off is 6000 RHC since this is
Saturday, so no leapfrog on 6010 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENIG

** NIGERIA. 11769.901, June 29 at 1734, JBA carrier, presumably Voice
of Nigeria, as others have been reporting it on this `new` frequency
``11770`` both morning and evening. Axually 11770 is a very old
frequency of theirs which had been disused for many years. The offset
is in keeping with all its other frequencies shifted circa 0.1 kHz to
the low side. Wolfgang Bueschel measured it June 28 on 11769.903 ---
close enough. (I also have another stronger carrier about 11770.9,
probably from a local device.) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING

** ROMANIA. 9760, June 29 at 2321, song at S3-S6, presumed RRI; yes,
// 11800 & 11900 when a Spanish announcement soon follows. Can`t hear
any of that underneath 11700 RHC, so RRI may have wisely vacated that

** TURKEY. 9830, June 29 at 2306, Türkisch musik, as once again the
sloppyrators at Emiler have dozed? failing to turn 9830 off before
2300 when Englisch is finisched. A repeat of the German hour always
follows on the program feed; I recheck just in time at 2319 to hear a
few words of German before it is chopped off the air at 2319:45*

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1988 monitoring: confirmed first
NAm SWBC, Friday June 28 at 2200 on WRMI 9955, fair, no upcut but
joined at start about 2159:50 after ID which also ran a bit early.

Also confirmed UT Saturday June 29 at 0130 on WRMI 7780, poor-fair.

No reports yet from anyone about HLR 6190 Sat June 29 at 0630v; or
9485 Sat June 29 at 1430. For the latter, no trace of a signal heard
by UTwente SDR, just huge splash from 9490 Romania.

Not confirmed Sat June 29 at 2030 on WRMI 15770 --- instead, Wavescan
as now shown on skedgrid; so that did not last long, WOR only for the
past two weeks. I go on to search the WRMI sked and find more

UT Monday at 0130 now a blank space on 9395; but WOR added on 7780,
while remaining on 7780 an hour later at 0230. To be confirmed.

Confirmed Sat June 29 at 2100 on WRMI 9955, again upcut during theme
after my first utterance, poor S7-S9 vs summer noise level.

Not confirmed Sat June 29 at 2130 on WBCQ 9330 when an ad-hoc airing
occurred last week while testing; not on the air this early. Next:
0130 UT Sunday WRMI 5850
0300vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0315]
1030 UT Sunday HLR 7265-CUSB Germany
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780
0130 UT Monday WRMI 9395 changed to 7780?
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 [and 9330? last 2 weeks special]
0330 UT Monday WRMI 9955
0930 UT Monday Unique Radio 5045-USB NSW
1816 UT Monday IRRS 7290 Romania
0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780
0800 UT Tuesday Unique Radio 5045-USB NSW [2 editions]
2100 UT Wednesday WRMI 9955
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v [and/or 2130]
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780
0930 UT Friday Unique Radio 5045-USB NSW

Also check 9330 WBCQ for unscheduled airings during testing phase.

[it appears we will now be running on a Friday-to-Thursday cycle, so
freshest new airings are on weekends]

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:

** U S A. 9330.00, Fri June 28 at 2200, WBCQ-6 after a rockhour,
another old `AWWW` playback starts with WTO. Reckeck UT Sat June 29 at
0000 for a new `Allan Weiner Worldwide`, yes, except it`s hosted by
TimTron, from his own studio in Skowhegan.

Whenever he or Larry Will guests, it`s an entirely different show
hardly worthy of the AWWW title. TimTron muses and plays a lot of
music, does not take calls, rather like his own show. I think I heard
only one belch. His booming voice goes nicely with the booming signal,
but never distorted. There does seem to be a background noise vox
effect buildup during brief pauses, AVC?

Says it might be his first and last time on the 500 kW. I`ll bet he`d
love to hook his ham rig up to the Ampegon antenna. As I understand
it, while ham transmitter power is strictly limited, antenna gain is
not. I`ve previously heard WA1HLR on 80 meters with a
broadcast-strength AM signal and wondered if that was really WBCQ

Here is John Carver`s report about that hour:

Tonight's show started on time on 7490 but it's TimTron hosting
instead of Allan. Theme song plays at 0002. He marvels at the
superstation and says he never ever thought about such a thing. He
managed an analogy between the superstation and golf. Said a golfer
will study the lay of the land and chose the best club to get the ball
to the hole. Sometimes it's a ten kW club and they hope the ball makes
it there. With the superstation they're using a 500 kW club and hit
more than one hole at the same time.

He says there will be no email this evening as he's afraid that his
computer is dying and he's had enough problems with the internet relay
there that he's afraid that if he fires up another computer for email
it might blow the internet connection. No phone calls as he doesn't
want to give out his phone number. Then some music and back to talk.

Some anti-Trump talk and then waxes philosophic in an attempt to
explain how Trump got elected in the first place. He jumps back to the
Vietnam war and then jumps back and forth to explain what happened to
the people in this country and how they do or don't react to things.
Music and back to talk.

He blames part of the problem on the demise of broadcasting in this
country along with the fairness doctrine which allowed such things as
the FOX network and Rush Limbaugh. Said that with the dying out of AM
and FM stations and the cloning of stations so they all were alike
coast to coast we were in big trouble and should the internet go down
because of global conflict along with the demise of shortwave
broadcasters we'd really be in big trouble and wouldn't have the
information to make an informed choice.

Some more music, talk, music, talk with a closing jab at Trump over
immigration policies and then closed with more music. Both the program
and 7490 were off at 0100. John, Mid-North Indiana``

I am rechecking 9330 after 0600 June 29 when another `AWWW` playback
is running, AW along with Tom Barna in studio. At 0620 AW recommends
reading something in RCA Broadcast News, May 1934, available at
amemricanradiohistoroy.com about what? Maybe early high-power AM

9330.00 is not on by 2100 this Saturday June 29, or 2200? Retune at
2259, now on with open carrier, music and ID loop hitting S9+35-40-45;
2301, 500,000 watts ID and sirens, TimTron opening his new live June
29 show which he says is trimulcasting also on 5130+ (JBA carrier
here) and ``propagation test frequency 3265`` (zero here; and 7490
remains off). Until 2323 he`s mostly playing music, then another
500,000 watts ID.

People getting used to such super-entertainment are going to be very
disappointed when, July 8, the flat-earth World`s Last Chance ministry
takes over 9330 --- we can only hope that a bit of time can be carved
out/retained for some of WBCQ`s own programs (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX

** U S A. 5085, Sat June 29 at 2343, WTWW-2 starts `Theatre Organ in
the Ozarx` late again after some hamshow runover, so I switch to
stereo webcast which lasts until 2417, never just 30 minutes or 29.
This time I hear Bob Heil intro giving his location in the Ozarx as
Pleasant Hope --- not Pleasant Hill. I`m surprised no one ever
corrected me about that, as I contradicted him more than once pointing
out that Pleasant Hill, which is what I thought he was saying, is near
Kansas City, beyond the Ozarx. Pleasant Hope really is in the Ozarx a
few miles north of Springfield, and ARRL/FCC lookup confirms that is
where K9EID is to be found. If I make a mistake I want it corrected
sooner or later, even if I have to do it myself (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX

** U S A. 1210, UT Sat June 29 at 0606 UT, scary theme music
recognized of `Beyond Reality Radio`, which means for the sixth night,
daytimer WJNL Kingsley MI is again operating; with ~3 Hz SAH from
KGYN, which this time even when nulled is too strong to allow much
signal from WJNL. Has anyone else logged WJNL cheating by now?? NTMK

This report dispatched at 0115 UT June 30
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