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Radio Rock Revolution with a fair signal, playing Lotus Eaters "First Picture of You."

Exact freq is 6954.9

Light instrumental music of the style often played by Zeppelin, weak with fair peaks

Good signal from Continental, ID in English & Dutch, then CCR "Proud Mary."

New station on 48 metres, heard with IDs, said running 5 watts into inverted V antenna, said broadcasting from east part of the Netherlands, gave email address of coldbeerradio@hotmail.com

Signal weak to fair but quite noisy

Radio Monique greeting listener in Finland, playing The Knack "My Sharona," good signal in SW England

Bryan Adams "Summer of 69", ID jingles, Elkie Brooks "Fool if You Think It's Over," good signal on the NW Ireland SDR

Radio Blackbeard with dance music, frequent IDs, fair signal in SW England, announced email address studio@radioblackbeard.co.uk

Radio Pamela now on 7640 at 1130 UTC with New Order "Blue Monday," Simple Minds "Up on the Catwalk," weak signal on the NW Ireland SDR (nothing on Weston)

"Radio Pamela will be broadcasting test transmissions all weekend starting Saturday night (June 25) at 21.00 to 03.00 UTC, on 7875 khz hoping to hit USA/North America,  and Sunday at  09.00 - 13.00 UTC to Europe."

Radio Pamela on Twitter

Radio Pamela is a low power British pirate station
Email address radiopamela@mail.com

Radio Blackstone with a fair signal, playing Johnny Nash "I Can See Clearly Now," AC DC "Whole Lotta Rosie."

Weak-fair signal for Radio Jennifer in SW England, heard playing The Ruts "Babylon's Burning" then Motorhead "Ace of Spades."

Radio Clash with the Mock Turtles "Can You Dig It," James "Sit Down" weak-fair signal in SW England

The Police "Every Breath You Take," then Neil Diamond song, strong signal in SW England

ID jingles, weak and noisy signal

Fair signal in SW England, some fading, 60s music, jingles

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