I had planned to get up early on Thursday morning to catch some of the SWCH show, but let's just say it didn't work out that way. By the time I dragged my self out of bed, I only caught audio from Tip and Elvis and a bunch of carriers as the sun came up. The rest of the day was mostly occupied with family stuff, but I did sneak away to the radio a few times.
6210,0 . . 1038 . Tip and Elvis Show, “I Believe in Miricles”, greetings, ID, 24341
9935,0L . 1139 . Baltic Sea Radio, pop, ID, country, “Caroline”, 24442
6380,3 . . 1906 . Shortwave Combination Holland, weak music and talk mixing with ute, c/d shortly after,
6304,9 . . 1912 . Radio Marabu, easy listening music, ID, occasional loud ute QRM, 24442
6910,0 . . 1950 . Premier Radio Int., “I Shot the Sherrif”, “Baby, I Love Your Way”, ID, “Merry Christmas (War is Over)”, 33442, ute QRM
6746,9 . . 2003 . Pink Panther Radio, dance, ID, 25442
3904,6 . . 2222 . Radio Underground, Canned Heat “On the Road Again”, ID, 34342
It was a very quiet day on sw. Tango Italia and Pink Panther had 49 m all to themselves in the evening! But Borderhunter Radio had a very interesting test in the afternoon!
21450,0 . 1533 . Borderhunter Radio, long techno song, ID, greetings, 25442, moved to 21455 at 1541, Boston “More Than a Feeling”, Toto “Hold the Line”, up to 35443, then he started a DX test, decreasing power in steps down to 0.5 watts. He was clear at 3 watts, partial copy at 1 watt, and just occasional words at 0.5 watts.
13960,0 . 1717 . Borderhunter Radio, “Fight for Your Right to Party”, 34443, again reduced power gradually to 0.5 watts, better than 21455, about 90% copy at this level J
13980,0 . 1722 . Sluwe Vos Radio, dance/techno, ID, 25432
3906,0 . . 1922 . Radio Snowball, just a few traces of music before fading, nice to hear my friend from Russia back on the air
6747,0 . . 1931 . Pink Panther Radio, ID, 80’s pop, 25442
6240,2 . . 1950 . Radio Tango Italia, usual tango style music, 34442