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Radio Bulgaria (really!) 3985 am 1830 UTC 31 Jan 2022
« on: January 31, 2022, 1832 UTC »
I had read about Radio Bulgaria returning to shortwave via 22 minute daily podcast on relay by ShortwaveService.  S9+10 reception via U/Twente sdr, English service.

1830 Shortwaveservice ID to Bulgaria National Radio ID
1831 Upcoming on program....YL "Bulgaria Today" to news
1832 OM with Budget Story
1833 Illegal acquired assets story, Historic Commission story
1834 Bulgaria/North Macedonia story on Route 8/ economic, trade concerns
1836 UNESCO/Bulgaria TV joint venture
1837 COVID stats update, only northeast area yellow but expected to turn red in 5 days
1838 Influenza A and COVID case detected, Radio Bulgaria ID
1840 Weather for Bulgaria - Snow/Rain expected, southwest heavy snow
1841 Bulgaria Today ID.....recap of headlines, YL Radio Bulgaria ID
1843 OM with report on algorithm discovery by Bulgarian scientists
1848 Song of the Day - "Na Na" Poli Genova
1851 OM ID's song, YL Bulgaria Nation Radio, off

Rather odd they are broadcasting this avenue as the Sofia site still transmits including: Radio Taiwan, Radio Dabanga, IRRS, BBC,
and programing which is mainly featured on WBCQ.  I sent reception reports to Radio Bulgaria and ShortwaveService🤞
« Last Edit: January 31, 2022, 2011 UTC by Ct Yankee »
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