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Author Topic: The Short Wave Pirate, 6255.2 AM 1854 UTC 3 Oct 2020  (Read 321 times)

Offline dandan22

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The Short Wave Pirate, 6255.2 AM 1854 UTC 3 Oct 2020
« on: October 03, 2020, 1953 UTC »
S8 from Loo, Sweden, S7-9 from Weston UK SDR
1854    Sing Mei Sachse Sing by Die Girls Featuring D J Sascha
1854    ID by woman announcer for The Shortwave Pirate, email address given
1855     German Folk song by man singer
1857     Alles by Jana Bara
1900     Jingle ID by man in German, then Blonder Engel by Peter Albert
1904     Ein Tag Wie Heut' by Ute Freudenberg.
1908     ID by man announcer 'You are listening to the Short Wave Pirate', email address swpirate@gmx.net
1909     Bleib Noch Bis Morgen by Diana Leonhardt
1912    Morgens Fruh Um Vier by Bianca Graf
1915    Man announcer "You are Listening to The shortwave Pirate". 
1916    Im Namen DerLiebe by Elke Martens
1919    German pop song by woman singer
1922    Uber Sieben Bruchen Musst Du Geh'n by Karat
1924   Phillipo, Phillipo by Uta Bresan
1928   Ohne Dich by Frank Schobel
1932    Deer Mann Mit Dem Panamahut by Nina Lizell
1935    Manner by Manfried Krug
1939    Man announcer "You are Listening to The short wave Pirate", with email as swpirate@gmx.net (done twice)
1940    Transmitter close down
Dan Henderson
Perseus SDR, R390A, R8A, AOR7030+, Sony ICF2010, Eton E1; 40 m longwire antenna.
SWBC DXer + HF pirates. 

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