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Radio St. Helena scheduled for November 15 broadcast
Radio St. Helena Day 2008 Schedule

Radio St. Helena Day 2008 will be broadcast on
11092.5 KHz in USB on Saturday, 15. November 2008 as follows:
Times UTC target areas
20:00 - 21:00 Japan
21:00 - 22:30 Europe
22:30 - 23:30 North America
Because of the very long "Revival" and "Double- Anniversary" transmissions in 2006 and 2007 and the especially heavy workload at Radio St. Helena during the entire second half of 2008, it was decided that RSD 2008 would be reduced to the above schedule. It is hoped that
the times have been chosen so that reception in all areas will be acceptable.
The QSL procedure is the same as in 2006 and 2007, and the QSL address is :

Radio St. Helena , P.O. Box 93
Jamestown, St. Helena ,
STHL 1ZZ, South Atlantic Ocean

Wishing everyone excellent listening conditions,
Laura Lawrence
Station Manager
Radio St. Helena


【9/2 21:00-21:30JST】
11870 R.THAILAND  Malaysian 32322
15735 R.SWEDEN Swedish 45444
12110 CHINA RADIO INTER.  Tagalog 34333
15525 R.SWEDEN  Russian 44434
9840 VOICE OF VIETNAM  Japanese 34333
12020 VOICE OF VIETNAM  Japanese 34433 
12055 IBRA RADIO  Chinese 34333
11915 R.TAIWAN INT.  Cantonese 32333

【9/3 22:30-23:00JST】
15735 R.SWEDEN  English 44434 (とても良好に受信出来ました)
Radio Sweden70周年記念番組
Radio Sweden plans special broadcast September 3
On Wednesday, 3 September Radio Sweden will be celebrating its 70th birthday with special broadcasts, a panel discussion, and live music. The first English broadcast of the day, at 1230 UTC, will be a live programme from Studio 5 at Broadcasting House in Stockholm. Radio Sweden will be looking back at some of the major stories it has covered over the years, and talking with many guests, including some well-known Radio Sweden voices from the past.
That will be followed by a special panel debate in Swedish with a number of cultural and media personalities. The 1400 UTC Swedish broadcast will also be live from Studio 5.
The entire special programme, from 1230 to 1630 UTC, will be carried live in a special web broadcast. Listeners in North America can hear the 1230 English broadcast on 15240 kHz shortwave.

WYFR/Family Radio Worldwide frequency update
All times UTC NF new frequency

0300-0400 NF 7730 YFR 100 kW / 044 deg to WeEu Russian, ex 7780
0400-0500 NF 7730 YFR 100 kW / 044 deg to WeEu English, ex 7780
0500-0600 NF 7730 YFR 100 kW / 044 deg to WeEu German, ex 7780
0600-0700 NF 7730 YFR 100 kW / 044 deg to WeEu Romanian,ex 7780 RTI German
0700-0800 NF 7730 YFR 100 kW / 044 deg to WeEu Polish, ex 7780 RTI French
1100-1200 NF 7730 YFR 100 kW / 222 deg to SoAm English, ex 7780
1200-1400 NF 7730 YFR 100 kW / 222 deg to SoAm Spanish, ex 7780

Additional transmisisons of WYFR Family Radio

0900-1100 on 9545 TAI 100 kW in Taiwan to EaAs Chinese
1000-1100 on 9455 TAI 100 kW in Taiwan to SEAs Vietnamese
1000-1200 on 6220 TAI 100 kW in Taiwan to SEAs Burmese
1300-1400 on 9895 TAI 100 kW in Taiwan to SEAs Vietnamese
2300-2400 on 9540 TAI 100 kW in Taiwan to EaAs Chinese
1400-1600 on 11860 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to SoAs English
1800-1900 on 11775 SKN 250 kW / 165 deg to WCAf Hausa, ex English
1800-1900 on 13790 WER 500 kW / 180 deg to WCAf Hausa, ex English
1900-2000 on 9685 DHA 250 kW / 260 deg to WCAf Hausa, ex English
1900-2000 on 11865 NAU 500 kW / 187 deg to WCAf Hausa, ex English
1900-2000 on 3955 MEY 100 kW / 076 deg to SoAf Portuguese, ex English
1900-2000 on 6100 MEY 100 kW / 330 deg to SoAf Portuguese, ex English

Radio Free Asia frequency update
All times UTC NF new frequency

USA (non)
Frequency changes of Radio Free Asia
1230-1330 NF 7390*IRA 250 kW / 057 deg, ex 9455 in Burmese
1330-1400 NF 7390*TIN 250 kW / 280 deg, ex 9475 in Burmese
1400-1430 NF 7390*TIN 250 kW / 280 deg, ex 11540 in Burmese
1400-1500 on 5855 Ulan Bator/Mongolia, cancelled in Vietnamese
* co-ch Radio Belarus Minsk in Belarussian 

Radio Free Asia Releases Anniversary QSL Card Series September 2008
Radio Free Asia (RFA) proudly announces its 12th Anniversary QSL card series which will begin use on September 1st; a total of 3-cards comprise this series. Each QSL card celebrates RFA’s 12 years of on-air broadcasting. The first RFA broadcast was in Mandarin on September 29, 1996 at 2100 UTC. Each card will be used for one month before it is replaced by the next card in the series. Card 1 will be used for all valid reception reports dated Sep 1-30, 08; card 2 for all valid reception reports dated Oct 1-31, 08; and card 3 for all valid reception reports dated Nov 1-30, 08. The designs used are examples of many drawings made by the children of RFA personnel earlier this year and were inspired by the work their parents create daily at RFA. These cards not only commemorate RFA’s 12th anniversary but also help capture the youthful spirit of the RFA’s family and friends around the world and encourage the spirit of democracy and freedom.

Card 2                      Card3


Radio Free Asia is a private, nonprofit corporation that broadcasts news and information to listeners in Asian countries where full, accurate, and timely news reports are unavailable. Created by Congress in 1994 and incorporated in 1996, RFA currently broadcasts in Burmese, Cantonese, Khmer, Korean to North Korea, Lao, Mandarin, the Wu dialect, Vietnamese, Tibetan (Uke, Amdo, and Kham), and Uyghur. RFA strives for accuracy, balance, and fairness in its editorial content. As a ‘surrogate’ broadcaster, RFA provides news and commentary specific to each of its target countries, acting as the free press these countries lack. RFA broadcasts only in local languages and dialects, and most of its broadcasts comprise news of specific local interest. More information about Radio Free Asia, including our current broadcast frequency schedule, is available at http://www.rfa.org/ .
RFA encourages listeners to submit reception reports. Reception reports are valuable to RFA as they help us evaluate the signal strength and quality of our transmissions. RFA confirms all accurate reception reports by mailing a QSL card to the listener.

RFA welcomes all reception report submissions at www.techweb.rfa.org (follow the QSL REPORTS link) not only from DX’ers, but also from its general listening audience. Reception reports are also accepted by emails to qsl@rfa.org, and for anyone without Internet access, reception reports can be mailed to:

Reception Reports
Radio Free Asia
2025 M. Street NW, Suite 300
Washington DC 20036
United States of America
Upon request, RFA will also send a copy of the current broadcast schedule and a station sticker. 



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