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Fair signal for Radio Clash in SW England, playing Buzzcocks "What Do I Get," New Order "Ceremony."

Radio Clash with their warm-up music, then REM "Shiny Happy People," fair-good signal in SW England

Strong signal in SW England from Cupid Radio, "Keep On Rocking In The Free World."

Music from The Who "I Can See For Miles," then Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias "Where Have All The Flowers Gone," Motorhead "Ace of Spades," fair signal

XTC with a Bank Holiday Monday broadcast, S7-8 signal in SW England, playing The Prodigy "Firestarter."

Fair signal for Radio Clash in SW UK with music from the Sex Pistols "Holidays in the Sun," then Bruce Springsteen "Born to Run."

Good-strong signal from XTC in SW England playing Pigeon Detectives "Take Her Back," talking about pigeons, then FKA Twigs "Cellophane."

Heavy rock, talk in Dutch, fair-good signal in SW England

MRI making it across the Atlantic, weak but clear signal in SW UK, via SDR receiver in Weston. Smooth jazz music

Unusual frequency for Radio JVG (Jan van Gent) playing bluegrass music, fair signal in SW UK. ID through operator in the chat.

Noted on 8670 in LSB at 1823 UTC

Radio Nova playing Oasis "Roll With It," The Eagles "Hotel California," ID jingles, fair-good signal in SW UK

Strong signal from The Vault in SW UK, playing Donald Fagen "The Nightfly"

Coast FM Tenerife with a strong signal in SW UK, local Tenerife ads, Laura Branigan "Self Control."

Radio Clash with a fair signal playing Byrds "Turn Turn Turn", New Order "Ceremony" talk about stations heard this weekend

Good signal from Radio Sovereign with jingles and oldies, mainly from the 1980s

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