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dead air, fair 1633&1705 6100 YAK 100 k W 125 deg So AS Arabic&Russian, fair to good from 1706 6100 YAK 100 k W 125 deg So AS open carrier / dead air & off (Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Top News June 19) ANTARCTICA 15476 k Hz, LRA 36, Radio Nacional Arcangel San Gabriel, Base Esperanza, at 1658-1836 UT on June 11, at first only carrier and since 1810 UT some comments detected, only on USB. Via remote SDR Kiwi Paraguay fair to weak, non stop songs between 1658 UT and 1800, 1800 to 1836 UT female and male comments in Spanish (Manuel Mendez-ESP, dxld / DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX Top News June 11) ASCENSION ISL/U. ANTARCTICA [non] The latest info is that the BBC mid-winter broadcast to Antarctica is scheduled June 21 at 2130-2200 GMT as follows: 5985 Woofferton 184deg 7360 Ascension 207deg 9890 Woofferton 182deg The programme will also be available online at (Dan Ferguson-SC-USA K4VOA, June 18, NASWA yg via dxld June 19) Cerys Matthews presents one of the BBC World Service's most unusual programmes.The Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast is for the 38 scientists and support staff overwintering at three UK research stations in Antarctica.In each of the stations, base commanders rise early to cook breakfast for their staff and presents are exchanged.There are sports and, weather permitting, even a naked streak in the snow. After the feasting, staff will gather round a shortwave set to listen to the broadcast, which is packed with greetings from family and friends back home, music, a message from the British Antarctic Survey director, Jane Francis, and a sprinkling of celebrity guests wishing them well.Heard at such a good level as to make IDing the songs easy!(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX Top News June 22) BELGIUM BRTF 621 k Hz Closing Soon The 300 k W BRTF transmitter on 621 k Hz carrying the programs of La Premiere and Viva Cite, and which is also known as RTBF International, will be shut down in the coming months as was previously rumoured. The official announcement is here: and an unedited Google translation of it follows: Evolution of radio broadcasting modes: RTBF prepares the end of the broadcast on medium waves (AM) of La Premiere and Viva Cite Posted on Monday June 18th, 2018 at UT In preparation for the upcoming mass arrival of DAB digital radio in Belgium, RTBF is continuing its process of extinction of the medium wave by reducing the hours of daily broadcast of its transmitter Wavre 621 k Hz.Most of the staff - 25 of the 38 - are at the UK's largest Antarctic research station, Rothera.
In anticipation of the massive launch of digital radio DAB in Belgium next year, the RTBF has decided to start a process of gradual extinction of the broadcasting of its emissions on medium wave: first of all a reduction of 5 hours by day of broadcasts at low listening hours (before 6 am and after 8 pm) of its strongest transmitter emitting on 621 k Hz since Wavre, before the complete shutdown of its last two transmitters in the medium waves in the coming months.The strategy is to turn off the oldest technology (AM) at the time of the massive launch of a new one (the DAB ), while continuing the simultaneous broadcast in FM for several years before the shutdown also of the latter technology of analog broadcast to switch to the full digital DAB / IP as did Norway last year.Listeners are already finding it increasingly difficult to find AM / FM receivers.They are replaced by receivers (FM) / DAB / internet because the future of radio broadcasting is at all digital hybrid coupling DAB and Internet (IP).DAB for massive listening to broadcasts and live broadcasts, the internet for listening to more specialized programs, or on demand or outside the main broadcasting area (Brussels and Wallonia for RTBF), as well as abroad.
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There are guest appearances from British European Space Agency astronaut, Tim Peake, the popular TV presenter and Ernest Shackleton fan, Lorraine Kelly, impressionist Jon Culshaw and musician Brian Eno.