On the 13th October, 2013 PCJ Radio International has beam to Europe on 17560 kHz with a DRM test transmission from the Trincomalee tx site in Sri Lanka. The power was 80 kW. A mp3 recording from this test program is on: PCJ R. DRM Test 17560 kHz.mp3.
On May 04, 2013 I have received on the long wave frequency 243 kHz Kalundborg Radio from Denmark with a special program bringing back memories about the liberation of Denmark on May 1945. In this program I heard Denmark’s Radio’s liberation message on the BBC. I wrote a reception to info(at)teracom.dk and I got this week a nice QSL card, a kindly personal confirmation letter, a lot information about the new Nautel 50 Kw transmitter for 243 kHz and the return to long wave transmissions.
Radio 6150 brings 24 h/24h the history of Offshore Radio and historic on-air-recordings of Radio Northsea International, Radio Caroline, Radio Atlantis, etc... on 6070 kHz in the 49 m band. Yesterday I received three E-QSL's in answer for a same number of reception reports I wrote in April, May and July 2012! The reception is not always good in the Western part of Belgium: Radio 6150 on 6070 kHz.mp3. The e-mail address of the station is qsl(at)radio6150.de. More information from Radio 6150 can be found on http://www.radio-6150.de/.
The Christian Radio Station HCJB in Weenermoor, Ostfriesland, Germany has since the end of August 2013 a second short wave frequency in operation. The first frequency is 3995 kHz and the new frequency is 7365 kHz. The e-mail address for reception reports is info(at)hcjb.de. A mp3 recording during the test transmissions with only10 Watts of power can be heard on: HCJB Duitsland 7365 kHz.mp3.
Early September 2013 I heard regular Russian Radio on 6400 kHz. The reception was fair. I sent my reception report to doctortim(at)t-online.de. A mp3 audio file from a broadcast on September 17 is on Russian Radio 6400 kHz 17.09.13 - 20.10 UTC.mp3. In the beginning and at the end of the recording you'll hear a station identification.