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QSL Radio Augusta 1611 kHz

On April 26th I received a program with ID as Radio Augusta on 1611 kHz, around 20.30 hrs UTC. The program corresponded with the live stream on . I sent an email to the station manager and received a nice email confirming that I actually listened to the Radio Augusta program.

QSL Radio Augusta 1611 kHz
QSL email Radio Augusta 1611 kHz

Didier is a retired Belgian teacher with a history in the Belgian free radio scene. He now lives in Ivory Coast where he produces the Augusta programmes since 2016. The station is named after his wife. In addition to the internet stream there is an outlet on FM 103.9 Mhz locally.

A listener in Europe wrote to Didier that he is broadcasting the internet stream via 1611 kHz. Didier writes on the website that he is not displeased with this, but doesn’t know anything about the transmitter or its location.

Radio Augusta International 1611 kHz
Radio Augusta is an internet stream produced in Ivory Coast. It’s relayed by an unknown listener on 1611 kHz somewhere in Europe.

Rock Revolution heard on 1233 kHz

For a couple of evenings I’ve now heard Radio Rock Revolution on 1233 kHz in pretty decent quality. Today I found them signing on at 19:04 h UTC. Sign off after midnight. Hard rock heard yesterday, today a bit more mainstream. Frequent IDs, “Radio Rock Revolution, where passion for rock never ends…“, but nothing else. Location unknown, loop seems to indicate East – West direction from central part of the Netherlands.

I heard this station with same IDs on 1494 kHz mid november 2022. Does someone have more info? Please comment on this post!

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