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Glenn Hauser`s World of Radio

HOME presents... ENGLISH LANGUAGE DX\SWL\MEDIA PROGRAMS ON SHORTWAVE Plus a few selected Mailbags and other goodies! July 16, 2005 Compiled by John Norfolk and Glenn Hauser For latest updates on WORLD OF RADIO times and other gh projects, see the WORLD OF RADIO Anomaly Alert page. CHANGES MADE SINCE LAST EDITION (July 12, 2005) [does not include changes or annotations made by gh]: Updated DX PARTYLINE on HCJB Australia. Added WORLD OF RADIO Tuesday 2330 (not a regularly scheduled time, but it has been reported at that occasionally; see listing). Revised WBCQ (dropped Timtron Sunday 0300, AWW Thursday 2300; others unchanged). PROGRAMS NOTE: This compilation does not include DRM transmissions. UT SATURDAY 0000-0100 WBCQ: ALLAN WEINER WORLDWIDE. North America 7415 [Live] 0100-0200 WBCQ: ALLAN WEINER WORLDWIDE. North America 5105-CLSB 0122-0127 Budapest: DX CORNER. North America 9590 0240-0247 Bulgaria: DX PROGRAMME. North America 11700 9700 [Length varies] 0245-0300 Argentina: DXERS SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT. North America 11710 0252-0257 Budapest: DX CORNER. North America 9795 0311-0330 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. North America 17760 15595 15545 9880* 9860 9665* [*changes to 7180 5900 in Sept] 0345-0400 BBC: WRITE ON. Central America 5975 0500-0530 KWHR: RADIO WEATHER. Asia 17510 0500-0530 WHRI: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Americas 7315; Europe, Middle East, North America, Russia 7465 0510-0600 Japan: HELLO FROM TOKYO. Asia 15195; Europe 7230 via UK; North America 6110 via Sackville; Oceania 21755 [Includes DX Corner from Japanese SW Club first Saturday] 0700-0730 KWHR: DXING WITH CUMBRE. South Pacific 9510 0730-0800 HCJB Australia: DX PARTYLINE. South Pacific 11750 0730-0800 WHRI: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Americas 7315; Europe, Middle East, North America, Russia 7465 0810-0900 Korea: WORLD WIDE FRIENDSHIP. Europe 9640; Southeast Asia 9610 0900-0930 KWHR: DXING WITH CUMBRE. South Pacific 9510 0930-1000 KWHR: RADIO WEATHER. Pacific 9510 1010-1100 Japan: HELLO FROM TOKYO. Asia 11730; Europe 17585 via UAE; Middle East, North Africa 17720 via UAE; North America 6120 via Sackville; Oceania 21755 [Includes DX Corner from Japanese SW Club first Saturday] 1030-1100 WHRI: RADIO WEATHER. Europe, Middle East, North America, Russia 7520 1100-1130 HCJB Australia: DX PARTYLINE. Southeast Asia 15405 1210-1300 Korea: WORLD WIDE FRIENDSHIP. North America 9650 via Sackville 1230-1300 HCJB Ecuador: DX PARTYLINE. Americas 21455 12005 [Only airing from Ecuador] 1230-1300 WHRA: RADIO WEATHER. Africa, Middle East 15310 1245-1255 Turkey: DX CORNER. Europe, Middle East 15535 15225 [Biweekly from July 23] 1300-1330 HCJB Australia: DX PARTYLINE. East Asia 15405 1310-1400 Korea: WORLD WIDE FRIENDSHIP. Southeast Asia 9770 9570 1515-1530 WWCR: ASK WWCR. 12160 1610-1700 Korea: WORLD WIDE FRIENDSHIP. Middle East, Africa 9870; Non-directional 5975 1710-1800 Japan: HELLO FROM TOKYO. Africa 15355 via Gabon; Europe 11970; North & Central America 9535; [Includes DX Corner from Japanese SW Club first Saturday] 1730-1800 WHRI: RADIO WEATHER. Europe, Middle East, North America, Russia 15785 1730-1800 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 7385 [From WRN] 1845-1855 Turkey: DX CORNER. Europe 9785 [Biweekly from July 23] 1910-2000 Korea: WORLD WIDE FRIENDSHIP. Europe 7275; Non- directional 5975 1930-2000 WHRI: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Americas 15285 1930-2030 IRRS Milano Italy: MEDIALINE. Europe, North Africa, Middle East 5775 2000-2100 WBCQ: THIS WEEK IN AMATEUR RADIO INTERNATIONAL. North America 7415 2045-2055 Turkey: DX CORNER. Europe 7170 [Biweekly from July 23] 2107-2122v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. Caribbean 9505; Europe 11760 2110-2130 Korea: WORLD WIDE FRIENDSHIP. Europe 3955 via Skelton 2118-2135v Ukraine: THE WHOLE WORLD ON THE RADIO DIAL. Western Europe 7420 2142-2148 Spain: RADIO WAVES. Africa 9570; Europe 15290 2215-2225 Turkey: DX CORNER. North America 9830 [Biweekly from July 23] 2300-2400 WBCQ: RADIO TIMTRON WORLDWIDE. North America 7415 2330-2400 WHRI: RADIO WEATHER. Europe, Middle East, North America, Russia 9495 2337-2352v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. Caribbean 9550 UT SUNDAY 0010-0100 Japan: HELLO FROM TOKYO. Asia 17845; North America 6145 via Sackville; Oceania 17685 [Includes DX Corner from Japanese SW Club Sunday after first Saturday] 0018-0035v Ukraine: THE WHOLE WORLD ON THE RADIO DIAL. North America 7440 0030-0100 WHRI: RADIO WEATHER. Europe, Middle East, North America, Russia 7315 0042-0048v Spain: RADIO WAVES. North America 15385 0111-0130 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. North America 17760 15595 15545 9655* 7250 [*changes to 7180 in Sept] 0137-0152v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. North America 9820 6000 0145-0200 WWCR: ASK WWCR. 5070 0200-0230 WWCR: DX PARTYLINE. 5070 0210-0300 Korea: WORLD WIDE FRIENDSHIP. North America 15575 9560*; South America 11810 [*via Sackville] 0230-0300 WWCR: WORLD OF RADIO. 5070 0300-0330 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 9330-CLSB 0300-0330 WWCR: RADIO WEATHER. 5070 0300-0330 WRMI: DX PARTYLINE. North America 7385 0310-0400 Japan: HELLO FROM TOKYO. Oceania 21610 [Includes DX Corner from Japanese SW Club Sunday after first Saturday] 0315-0325 Turkey: DX CORNER. Europe, North America 7270 6140 [Biweekly from July 24] 0318-0335v Ukraine: THE WHOLE WORLD ON THE RADIO DIAL. North America 7440 0330-0400 KWHR: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Asia 17510 0330-0400 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 7385 0330-0400 WWCR: DX RADIO SCHOOL. 5070 0337-0352v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. North America 9820 6000 0400-0500 WBCQ: TOM AND DARRYL. North America 7415 0405-0500 WWCR: CYBERLINE. 5070 0500-0530 KWHR: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Pacific 9510 0537-0552v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. North America, Europe 11760 9550 6060 6000 0610-0700 Japan: HELLO FROM TOKYO. Hawaii 17870 [Includes DX Corner from Japanese SW Club Sunday after first Saturday] 0611-0630 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Australia, New Zealand 21790 17665 0630-0700 WWCR: WORLD OF RADIO. 3210 0638-0645 Bulgaria: DX PROGRAMME. West Europe 13600 11600 [Length varies] [Their on line program guide does not list this during the 0630-0700 block Sunday but the opening announcement of their DX Programme says they are here.] 0800-0900 South Africa: SOUTH AFRICAN RADIO LEAGUE. Africa 17810 7205 0805-0900 Deutsche Welle: MAILBAG. Europe 6140; [Includes Wolfram Hess DX segment last Sunday] 0930-1000 WHRI: RADIO WEATHER. Europe, Middle East, North America, Russia 7520 1012-1038 New Zealand: MEDIA TALK. Pacific 9885 1015-1030 WWCR: ASK WWCR. 5070 1110-1200 Japan: HELLO FROM TOKYO. Asia 11730; North America 6120 via Sackville [Includes DX Corner from Japanese SW Club Sunday after first Saturday] 1118-1135v Ukraine: THE WHOLE WORLD ON THE RADIO DIAL. Europe 15675 1138-1145 Bulgaria: DX PROGRAMME. Europe 15700 11700 [Length varies] 1200-1230 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 7385 1230-1300 WHRA: RADIO WEATHER. Africa, Middle East 15310 1230-1300 WRMI: DX PARTYLINE. North America 7385 1305-1400 Deutsche Welle: MAILBAG. Europe 6140 [Includes Wolfram Hess DX segment last Sunday] 1335-xxxxv Tashkent: PROGRAM FOR SHORTWAVE LISTENERS. Asia 17775 15295 7285 [See also UT Friday 0105. The Tashkent web site says this follows News and Musical Program, so the start time may actually be later; the title is followed by ``\Friendship Bridges (Radio contest)`` which suggests that the program may not be weekly. The BDXC guide says it is ``alternate weeks`` while the WWDXC guide says ``2nd Saturday.``] 1500-1527 Budapest: ...AND THE GATEPOST. Europe 9655 6025 [Includes DX MIX AND TIPS at about :15-:27] [More or less monthly. See links section below] 1500-1530 KWHR: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Asia 11555 1505-1530 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. India 17720 15360 11675 1510-1600 Japan: HELLO FROM TOKYO. Asia 6190; North & Central America 9505; Southwest Asia 11730 [Includes DX Corner from Japanese SW Club Sunday after first Saturday] 1511-1530 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Asia 9660; Europe 15445* 12040*; Middle East 11985 7325 4975 4965 [*changes to 11980 9810 in Sept] 1530-1600 WHRI: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Americas 15285 1605-1700 Deutsche Welle: MAILBAG. South Asia 17595 7225 6170 [includes Wolfram Hess DX segment last Sunday] 1700-1715 WWCR: ASK WWCR. 15825 1730-1800 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 7385 [Via WRN] 1805-1830 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. Sub-Saharan Africa 15420 15255 13730 9780 9530 1900-1927 Budapest: ...AND THE GATEPOST. Europe 6025 3975 [Includes DX MIX AND TIPS at about :15-:27] [More or less monthly. See links section below] 2005-2030 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. Europe 15325 11765 5850 2005-2100 Deutsche Welle: MAILBAG. Africa 15205 13780 11895 7130 [includes Wolfram Hess DX segment last Sunday] 2030-2100 WHRI: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Europe, Middle East, North America, Russia 15785 2100-2127 Budapest: ...AND THE GATEPOST. Europe 6025; South Africa 9525 [Includes DX MIX AND TIPS at about :15-:27] [More or less monthly. See links section below] 2100-2200 WBCQ: THIS WEEK IN AMATEUR RADIO INTERNATIONAL. North America 7415 2135-xxxx Tashkent: PROGRAM FOR SHORTWAVE LISTENERS. Europe 11905 9545 5025 [See 1335 above, as this is a repeat of that transmission, so those comments also apply here.] 2205-2300 Deutsche Welle: MAILBAG. Asia 9720 7115 [includes Wolfram Hess DX segment last Sunday] 2235-2259 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. China 12035 9870 9525 UT MONDAY 0005-0100 Deutsche Welle: MAILBAG. South Asia 9825 9505 7130 [Includes Wolfram Hess DX segment Monday after last Sunday] 0032-0056 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. North America, Caribbean 13710 11990 9755 0045-0100 BBC: WRITE ON. Caribbean 5975 0100-0127 Budapest: ...AND THE GATEPOST. North America 9590 [Includes DX MIX AND TIPS at about :15-:27] [More or less monthly. See links section below] 0110-0200 Japan: HELLO FROM TOKYO. Middle East and North Africa 17560 5960* (*via UK); North & Central America 17825; South America 11935 via Bonaire; Southwest Asia 15325 [Includes DX Corner from Japanese SW Club Monday after first Saturday] 0111-0130 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. North America 17760 15595 15545 9655* 7250 [*changes to 7180 in Sept] 0230-0257 Budapest: ...AND THE GATEPOST. North America 9795 [Includes DX MIX AND TIPS at about :45-:57] [More or less monthly. See links section below] 0230-0300 WHRA: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Africa, Middle East 5850 0230-0300 WRMI: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 7385 0300-0330v WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 9330-CLSB 0300-0330 WRMI: DX PARTYLINE. North America 7385 [Will Martin reports that DXPL is on at this time and not 0330] 0330-0400 WHRI: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Americas 7315 0405-0500 Deutsche Welle: MAILBAG. Africa 15445 11945 9630 7170 [Includes Wolfram Hess DX segment Monday after last Sunday] 0415-0445v WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 7415 [June 1 schedule still says 0430-0500] [Tends to start late] 0511-0530 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Australia, New Zealand 21790 17765 0605-0700 Deutsche Welle: MAILBAG. Africa 17860 15275 7170; Europe 6140 [Includes Wolfram Hess DX segment Monday after last Sunday] 0830-0855 New Zealand: MAILBOX (Biweekly from July 18) or RNZI TALK (Biweekly from July 25) Pacific 9885 1130-1155 New Zealand: MAILBOX (Biweekly from July 18) or RNZI TALK (Biweekly from July 25) Pacific 9885 1230-1245 WWCR: ASK WWCR. 15825 (First, Third, Fifth Monday] 1330-1355 New Zealand: MAILBOX (Biweekly from July 18) or RNZI TALK (Biweekly from July 25) Pacific 6095 1530-1555 New Zealand: MAILBOX (Biweekly from July 18) or RNZI TALK (Biweekly from July 25) Pacific 6095 1711-1730 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Africa 11985 11510; Asia 9405; Europe 9890 9480* [*Replaced by 9820 7390 in Sept] 1900-2000 South Africa: SOUTH AFRICAN RADIO LEAGUE. South Africa 3215 2000-2030 WWCR: DX RADIO SCHOOL. 15825 2100-2200 WBCQ: THE JEAN SHEPHERD SHOW. North America 7415 2115-2130 WWCR: MUNDO RADIAL. 15825 2130-2200 WHRI: RADIO WEATHER. Europe, Russia 15785 UT TUESDAY 0330-0355 New Zealand: MAILBOX (Biweekly from July 19) or RNZI TALK (Biweekly from July 26) Pacific 15720 0411-0430 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. North America 17760 15595 15545 9880* 9665* [*Replaced by 7180 5900 in Sept] 0930-1000 WWCR: DX PARTYLINE. 9985 1530-1557 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. India 17720 15360 11675 1611-1630 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Asia 12055 11640 9405 6070 1730-1750 Polonia Warsaw: MULTIMEDIA. Europe 7285 5965 1830-1859 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. Sub-Saharan Africa 15420 15255 13730 9780 9530 2011-2030 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Europe 15455 12070 [Both replaced with 7330 7310 in Sept] 2030-2059 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. Europe 15325 11765 5850 2107-2122v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. Caribbean 9505; Europe 11760 2230-2259 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. China 12035 9870 9525 2330-2400 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 7415 [Will Martin says WOR is heard occasionally, but not every week; WBCQ schedule gives this as an available time slot] 2337-2352v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. Caribbean 9550 UT WEDNESDAY 0137-0152v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. North America 9820 6000 0311-0330 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. North America 15595 15555 15545 9880* 9860 9655* [*Replaced with 7180 5900 in Sept] 0337-0352v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. North America 9820 6000 0537-0552v Havana: DXERS UNLIMITED. North America, Europe 11760 9550 6060 6000 0930-1000 WWCR: WORLD OF RADIO. 9985 1305-1330 Canada: MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG. Asia, China 15170 9660 1845-1900 Argentina: DXERS SPECIAL. Europe 15345 9690 1930-1945 WWCR: ASK WWCR. 15825 2100-2200 WBCQ: ALLAN WEINER WORLDWIDE. North America 7415 2200-2230 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 7415 [First broadcast of each edition] 2300-2330 WBCQ: WORLD OF RADIO. North America 17495-CUSB [May be CLSB] 2300-2400 WBCQ: OFF THE HOOK. North America 7415 UT THURSDAY 0245-0300 Argentina: DXERS SPECIAL. North America 11710 0331-0400 Australia: MEDIA REPORT. Asia, Pacific 21725 17750 15515 15420 15240 13630 12080 9660 0611-0630 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Australia, New Zealand 21790 17665 0930-1000 WWCR: DX RADIO SCHOOL. 9985 1030-1100 Australia: MEDIA REPORT. Asia, Pacific 15415 15240 11880 9590 9580 1230-1250 Polonia Warsaw: MULTIMEDIA. Europe 11850 9525 1530-1600 Australia: MEDIA REPORT. Asia, Pacific 15415 11880 9590 9580 6020 5995 1711-1730 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Africa 11985 11510; Asia 9405; Europe 9890 9480* [Replaced with 9820 7390 in Sept] 2000-2030 WWCR: DX PARTYLINE. 15825 2030-2100 WWCR: WORLD OF RADIO 15825 UT FRIDAY 0105-xxxx Tashkent: PROGRAM FOR SHORTWAVE LISTENERS. Asia 9715 7190 [Radio Tashkent`s program guide on their web site gives this as the only program following the News, suggesting that it is weekly; the BDXC list says ``alternate weeks`` while the WWDXC list says ``after 3rd Sat.``] 0711-0730 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Australia, New Zealand 21790 17635 17495 0945-1000 WWCR: ASK WWCR. 9985 1605-1655 VOA: TALK TO AMERICA. Africa 15580 15410 9850 4930; Asia 9760 7125 6160; Europe, Middle East, North Africa 15445 15195 9825 [Kim Elliott media segment first Friday] 1611-1630 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Asia, Middle East 15540 12055 11985 11640 9405 6070 1845-1900 Argentina: DXERS SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT. Europe 15345 9690 1922-1927 Budapest: DX CORNER. Europe 6025 3975 2011-2030 Russia: MOSCOW MAILBAG. Europe 15455 12070 [Both replaced with 7330 7310 in Sept] 2100-2130 WBCQ: THE REAL AMATEUR RADIO SHOW\PISS AND MOAN NET. North America 7415 2105-2135 WHRA: DXING WITH CUMBRE. Africa, Middle East 11765 [Usually first airing] 2115-2130 WWCR: MUNDO RADIAL. 15825 [Spanish] 2122-2127 Budapest: DX CORNER. Europe 6025; South Africa 9525 2140-2147 Bulgaria: DX PROGRAMME. Western Europe 7500 5800 [Length varies] 2340-2347 Bulgaria: DX PROGRAMME. North America 11700 9700 [Length varies] NOTES CLSB: Compatible lower sideband, sideband plus reduced carrier. CUSB: Compatible upper sideband, sideband plus reduced carrier. v: start time may vary. Some programs, especially WRITE ON!, may not have all of their times listed. Times and frequencies are subject to change without warning. PROGRAM AND STATION SCHEDULES SOURCES KWHR, WHRA, WHRI: Schedules downloaded from whr.org July 7, with the Friday 2100 Cumbre listing corrected to show the actual start time of 2105. The doofus who does the schedule apparently isn`t clear about the difference between UT and local days. Some airings may not actually exist, so beware. New Zealand: Schedules are from the weekly program summaries posted by John Figliozzi on the dxld yahoogroup and swprograms lists. WBCQ: Listings are from their July 16 program revision. RADIO TIMTRON WORLDWIDE and ALLAN WEINER WORLDWIDE may be used as filler material at random times if a scheduled program does not arrive. If a WBCQ transmitter is down, programming may be moved temporarily to another frequency: 5105-CLSB, 7415, 9330-CLSB, 17495-CUSB. See also RADIO WEATHER below. WRMI: Listings are from their April 25 program schedule (via gh). WRMI is very slow to update so don`t be surprised if a listed program suddenly disappears or appears at an unscheduled time. WWCR: Listings are from their July 1 program guide. All other programs are based on schedules published on the various station`s web sites or from DX Listening Digest. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks to Mike Barraclough (via dxld yahoogroups), Wolfgang Büschel (via gh and direct), Chris Hambly (via gh), John Carver, Alex Draper, William Martin, Stephen Foisey, Wells Perkins and Ernest Riley for input and/or encouragement. GLENN HAUSER PROGRAMS LINKS WORLD OF RADIO, CONTINENT OF MEDIA (latest edition is 05-06, June 28, available on the Current Audio page [see below] and from dxing.com), and the Spanish language MUNDO RADIAL: Latest schedules, including non-shortwave airings: http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html Internet on demand, see Our Current Audio page for availability: http://www.worldofradio.com/audiomid.html WORLD OF RADIO, CONTINENT OF MEDIA program summaries (Pre-2002 and 2002 are indexes to individual program pages): Pre-2002 [cut and paste]: http://www.angelfire.com/ok/worldofradio/wormid.html 2002: http://www.worldofradio.com/wormid2.html 2003: http://www.worldofradio.com/wor2003.html 2004: http://www.worldofradio.com/wor2004.html 2005: http://www.worldofradio.com/wor2005.html MUNDO RADIAL: http://www.worldofradio.com/espanol.html WORLD OF RADIO BACK ON RADIO FOR PEACE INTERNATIONAL WEBCAST. Fridays at 2000 UT, Mondays 1800 UT, each repeated 4-hourly five times. Times may vary considerably. Webcast at: http://mp3server.taifun.ch:8004/listen.pls WORLD OF RADIO BY TELEPHONE: usually available from Sunday mornings via Laser Box, 1-206-333-5096. Toll charges apply outside Seattle. Thank you, Joybubbles. MP3 files of WOR and some other programs recorded off SW (WBCQ or WWCR in our case): Alex`s Radio DX Programs Page http://www.dxprograms.net Studio-quality mp3 files of the latest WORLD OF RADIO are now available thanks to Andy O`Brien, 26 meg for broadcasters or 13 meg lower version, via http://www.obriensweb.com/wor.htm WOR podcast now available, tnx to Andy O`Brien, via http://www.obriensweb.com/wor.xml [cut and paste link in to your podcast reader] OTHER PROGRAMS INFO AND LINKS [Host(s) and/or producer(s) name(s), if known, are in brackets *: program is no longer on the air or on hiatus but still maintains a web site. %: on demand from station or program website, at least for a week following. %...AND THE GATEPOST, DX CORNER, DX MIX AND TIPS [Sandor Laczko, Mike Mitchell]. Budapest Real Audio is at http://real1.radio.hu/nemzeti.htm Select the date, then the transmission. DX CORNER begins at about :22 on late Friday\early UT Saturday; ...AND THE GATEPOST\DX MIX AND TIPS takes up all of the transmission on late Sunday\early UT Monday roughly once a month, but not on a regular schedule (there can be four to six weeks between editions; the last edition was June 26\7, four weeks after the previous one). Budapest`s audio archive goes back about 4-6 weeks. Times given on the web site are local (UT +1 during winter, UT +2 summer). %ASK WWCR [Adam Lock, George McClintock]. New edition every other week and repeated the following week. Sometimes three weeks between shows. http://www.wwcr.com/wwcr_ask_wwcr_program.html *COMMUNICATIONS WORLD (VOA) [Kim Elliott]. Scripts archived at http://www.kimandrewelliott.com/cw_scripts.html Dr. Elliott`s main page http://www.kimandrewelliott.com/ %DX CORNER (Budapest). See ...AND THE GATEPOST. DXING WITH CUMBRE [Marie Lamb]. Any given airing will not necessarily be the latest edition. http://www.cumbredx.org MP3 files recorded off of shortwave: http://www.dxprograms.net DXERS UNLIMITED [Arnie Coro, CO2KK]. Main page (which hasn`t been updated since May 2002) and pre-mid 2002 scripts: http://www.radiohc.org/dxers/ Another site with scripts, from various dates during 2002-5, with a lot of gaps: http://www.dxers-unlimited.dxer.info/ MP3 files recorded off of shortwave: http://www.dxprograms.net %DX MIX AND TIPS. See ...AND THE GATEPOST. %DX PARTYLINE [Allen Graham]. http://tinyurl.com/j7g7 %DX PARTYLINE, %MAILBOX, %WORLDWIDE FRIENDSHIP. Includes identical New Zealand DX League DX Report. %DX PROGRAMME (Bulgaria) [DX editor Dimiter Petrov, LZ1AF; Rumen Pankov, assistant-editor in charge of broadcast tips] http://www.bnr.bg/RadioBulgaria/Emission_English/Theme_DX_Programme/default.htm *HAM RADIO AND MORE [Len Winkler]. http://www.tapr.org/hrm %INTERNATIONAL RADIO REPORT [Janice and Steve Karlock]. Not on shortwave but CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal Sundays 1530 winter, 1430 summer; CKUT live streaming at rtsp://real.cam.org/live/clit.ra Program web site http://mediajct.homeip.net/radioreport/ %MAILBOX [Adrian Sainsbury & Myra Oh; New Zealand DX League segment] http://www.rnzi.com/audio/mailbox.ram %MAPLE LEAF MAILBAG [Ian Jones]. http://www.rcinet.ca/rci/en/emissions/1450.shtml %MEDIALINE [Henry Brice]. New edition every other week and repeated the following week. http://medialine.150m.com/ Also simulcast at http://mp3.nexus.org plus another airing Saturday 1330 UT (internet only). *MEDIA NETWORK (Radio Netherlands) [Jonathan Marks, original program host; web Andy Sennitt]. http://www.medianetwork.nl %MEDIA REPORT [Richard Aedy]. Includes scripts. http://www.abc.net.au/rn/talks/8.30/mediarpt/ *MEDIASCAN (Radio Sweden) [George Wood]. http://www.mediascan.org/ *%MEDIA ZONE [Ian Jones]. http://www.rcinet.ca/rci/en/emissions/1473.shtml %MOSCOW MAILBAG [Joe Adamov]. Only a very few select programs are available and archived on real audio. http://www.vor.ru/Moscow_Mailbag/Adamov.html %MULTIMEDIA [Slawek Szefs, Marek Lasota]. Radio Polonia audio on demand http://www.radio.com.pl/polonia/audio.asp?rId=10 Multimedia is found on "Tuesday." Begins around :30. Program web page http://www.radio.com.pl/polonia/kategoriaGB.asp?kId=149 OFF THE HOOK. http://www.2600.com/offthehook/ %RADIO WEATHER [Rod Hembree]: http://www.goodfriendsradio.com/ MP3 files for Hembree programs, including Radio Weather. This program appears as part of Rod Hembree`s GOOD FRIENDS RADIO NETWORK block on WBCQ, WINB and WJIE, but since the program title is not mentioned separately in any of those station`s guides, I have decided not to even attempt to keep track of this program on those stations. A Good Friends pdf program guide, dated April 2005, is on the above web site, although the times are one UT hour off, and WHR frequencies are mostly wrong, but if you really need all the times for this and other Hembree programs, especially on WINB and WJIE, that is the way to go. %TALK TO AMERICA [Monthly Kim Elliott media segment]: http://www.voanews.com/english/NewsAnalysis/talktoamerica.cfm See COMMUNICATIONS WORLD above for Kim Andrew Elliott site URL %THIS WEEK IN AMATEUR RADIO INTERNATIONAL [MP3 40 MB files]: http://www.twiar.org/twiari.html TOM AND DARRYL: http://www.tomanddarryl.org/ *%WAVESCAN [Adrian Michael Peterson]. Recent scripts and audio: http://english.awr.org/wavescan/ AWR underwent major changes January 1, from an international broadcaster to a regional one. Wavescan will be produced by their Far East unit and is currently on hiatus. It has yet to be announced if and when it will resume, presumably only on the AWR station on Guam. Adrian Peterson is a highly regarded DXer and radio historian, and often includes features on radio history in this program. This web site reproduces many of those features, with Dr. Peterson`s permission and assistance, from the year 2000 to the present: http://www181.pair.com/otsw/Wavescan/wavescan.html THE WHOLE WORLD ON THE RADIO DIAL. Radio Ukraine: webcast at rtsp://real.nrcu.gov.ua:7554/encoder/rui.rm or http://www.nrcu.gov.ua/index.php?id=308 New edition once a month, repeated other weeks %WORLDWIDE FRIENDSHIP (Edward Kim, Kim So-yeon). DX news from Victor Goonetilleke in Sri Lanka 1st week, New Zealand DX League 2nd and 4th weeks, listener guest participation 3rd. http://rki.kbs.co.kr/english/program/program_we.htm %WRITE ON. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/programmes/write_on.shtml OTHER DX PROGRAM GUIDES [which we also consult in preparing this one] The British DX Club publishes a DX Programme Guide, including satellite transmissions. http://www.users.waitrose.com/~bdxc/dxprog.htm CIDX\Prime Time Shortwave DX Programs List compiled by Mickey Delmage. http://www.primetimeshortwave.com/dxguide.html Worldwide DX Club list of SWL/Media Programmes in English, German and Spanish. http://www.wwdxc.de/swl.pdf ###