I heard by chance Pulse 2 (40 W) from West Yorkshire on 1278 kHz. The distance between the transmitter site and my hometown is +-425 km. Exactly on the hour, he was suddenly clear and I head a nice identification: Pulse 2 West Yorkhire 1278 kHz.mp3.
Groeistad Radio broadcast with 100 watt on 747 kHz from the city Wassenaar in the Netherlands. With the Beverage antenna is the reception in my location surprisingly good!: Groeistad Radio, Wassenaar NL 747 kHz.mp3.The distance between the transmitter and my hometown is 170 km. The QSL address is groeistad747(at)hotmail.com.
I listened to Loostad Radio (100 watt) on 1395 kHz. Because there are other low power radio's from The Nederlands broadcasting on that frequency, it was extremely difficult to hear a station identification:. On January 4, (2017) I had that luck: Loostad Radio 1395 kHz.mp3. With an e-mail to Info(at)LoostadRadio.nl, I got an e-mail confirmation shortly after.The distance between the transmitter and my hometown is 263 km.
The name of the station says it, here you just hear David Bowie music. The station was in the air in the 75 m band. But the reception was not good in my location. Luckily there was in the program also a broadcast in the digital mode MFSK-32. So I could without any problems the contact address decode. Here is a mp3 recording with that broadcast in MFSK-32: David Bowie Radio 3975 kHz.mp3. The address of Radio David Bowie is: davidbowieradio(at)ndex.com.
I listened to Radio Galaxy on Sunday morning. Then there are often Dutch pirate active on the medium wave. Galaxy was in the air on 1377 kHz with 150 watts from northern part of the Netherlands. That is about 260 km from my hometown! The reception was not easy! In this recording, the presenter has it over my report that I had reported via the pirate chat: Radio Galaxy 1377 kHz.mp3. Galaxy is very interested in reception reports and these are be answered with a comprehensive personal letter, technical information and a beautiful E-QSL. The address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The reception of Radio Maria Netherlands via their new broadcast location is in my home town very difficult. The frequency is still 675 kHz but the transmission power is less than 100 Watt. I was happy to have enough reception information to write a listeners report.The big surprise was that I have the honour to be the owner of the very first qsl from that site. The qsl address is: qsl(at)radiomaria.org. Thank you very much Giampiero for all the Radio Maria QSL's I've received in the last weeks! I appreciate that!
I listened to Radio Maria Netherlands 675 kHz on their very last day via the high power site in Lopik. Here you can listen to a short recording of their broadcasts: Radio Maria Nederland 675 kHz.mp3. The 196 m high radio mast was dismantled a few days later. Radio Maria Netherland is still active on 675 kHz but through a low power transmitter in Aarle-Rixtel (NL).The QSL address is: qsl(at)radiomaria.org. V/s for Radio Maria World Family is Giampiero Bernardini.
I received Radio Maria from Venezuela on December 04, 2016 with a clear identification. In this mp3 recording you hear after 6 seconds the ID as "Radio Maria": Radio Maria VEN 1450 kHz.mp3. The frequency is 1450 kHz in de medium wave band and the power of this station which broadcasts from the capital Caracas is 5Kw.