Radio Peking: circa 1968 — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

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  1. Radio Moscow: circa 1968 — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive (SRAA) is a collection of shortwave radio recordings that you can download or listen to as a podcast.  The collection grows every day and includes both historic recordings and current recordings from the shortwave radio spectrum.The goal of this site is for shortwave radio enthusiast to have a place to store, archive and share their radio recordings with the world. Click here to learn how to contribute and archive recordings. 

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/2i3k6b80959ilkwz45s0v7s2uhe54k

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  2. Voice of Iran: December 5, 1976 — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive (SRAA) is a collection of shortwave radio recordings that you can download or listen to as a podcast.  The collection grows every day and includes both historic recordings and current recordings from the shortwave radio spectrum.The goal of this site is for shortwave radio enthusiast to have a place to store, archive and share their radio recordings with the world. Click here to learn how to contribute and archive recordings. 

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/xy9ho73iuswcts8z17lxjfetq6b3xs

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  3. Radio Moscow, Soviet Viewpoint: circa 1980s — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive (SRAA) is a collection of shortwave radio recordings that you can download or listen to as a podcast.  The collection grows every day and includes both historic recordings and current recordings from the shortwave radio spectrum.The goal of this site is for shortwave radio enthusiast to have a place to store, archive and share their radio recordings with the world. Click here to learn how to contribute and archive recordings. 

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/ix4d6esjvz9px3de1o4jd66crd6wkq

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  4. KOL Israel: February 26, 1969 — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive (SRAA) is a collection of shortwave radio recordings that you can download or listen to as a podcast.  The collection grows every day and includes both historic recordings and current recordings from the shortwave radio spectrum.The goal of this site is for shortwave radio enthusiast to have a place to store, archive and share their radio recordings with the world. Click here to learn how to contribute and archive recordings. 

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/y9p3af88vesb1chvmth6fdhchzc67m

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  5. HCJB DX Partyline — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive (SRAA) is a collection of shortwave radio recordings that you can download or listen to as a podcast.  The collection grows every day and includes both historic recordings and current recordings from the shortwave radio spectrum.The goal of this site is for shortwave radio enthusiast to have a place to store, archive and share their radio recordings with the world. Click here to learn how to contribute and archive recordings. 

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/lsn2565kv5vg2l7s5qanx1mbnwvce5

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  6. Radio Amica: March 13, 2010 — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive (SRAA) is a collection of shortwave radio recordings that you can download or listen to as a podcast.  The collection grows every day and includes both historic recordings and current recordings from the shortwave radio spectrum.The goal of this site is for shortwave radio enthusiast to have a place to store, archive and share their radio recordings with the world. Click here to learn how to contribute and archive recordings. 

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/pfncqwwl96d21agoumgq17m9sqxh3h

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  7. Radio City via IRRS: February 15, 2014 — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive (SRAA) is a collection of shortwave radio recordings that you can download or listen to as a podcast.  The collection grows every day and includes both historic recordings and current recordings from the shortwave radio spectrum.The goal of this site is for shortwave radio enthusiast to have a place to store, archive and share their radio recordings with the world. Click here to learn how to contribute and archive recordings. 

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/2w94rx4isson0hkhm2o9i57bkpxl9q

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  8. Shortwave Compilation, circa 1977 — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Greg Shoom, who submits this recording: a compilation of clips from various shortwave stations, circa 1977. Greg didn’t note specific dates, times, nor frequencies when he originally made the recording, but he has notes some details of the clips included:Shortwave Compilation, Early 1977Transworld Radio - Interval signal and ID.Radio Veritas ID, as heard on Radio Nederland.Radio Nederland - The story of Radio Nederland’s French language service interval signal (in English).Radio Nederland - Clip about interference in Scandinavia from Soviet over-the-horizon radar on shortwave.Radio Santa Fe ID. Probably from Radio Santa Fe, HJAF, Bogota, Colombia, which used to operate on 4965 kHz. I don’t know if this was my recording of this ID, or one I heard on a DX program.Radio Nederland - French language service interval signal and ID.Unidentified utility interval signal.Radio Alvorada da Londrina, Brazil ID - heard on Radio Nederland.BBC World Service - Interval signal and ID in Portuguese.Radio Nederland - Story of Radio Nederland’s official tune.Disturbing trends in DXing - From HCJB’s DX Partyline show.Greg made these recordings with either a Sony CRF-5090 or Realistic DX-160. All recordings were made in early 1977 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.Click here to download the recording as an MP3, or simply listen via the embedded player below:

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/9l90legl67xrx2wwxgvi6padmwrdir

    —Huffduffed by ddbrann

  9. Radio Moscow: 25 December 1991, Mikhail Gorbachev’s resignation speech — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive (SRAA) is a collection of shortwave radio recordings that you can download or listen to as a podcast.  The collection grows every day and includes both historic recordings and current recordings from the shortwave radio spectrum.The goal of this site is for shortwave radio enthusiast to have a place to store, archive and share their radio recordings with the world. Click here to learn how to contribute and archive recordings. 

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/radio-moscow-25-december-1991-mikhail-gorbachevs-resignation-speech

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  10. Radio Gambia: June 26, 1972 — The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

    Many thanks to Shortwave Radio Audio Archive contributor, Dan Robinson, who submits this short recording of Radio Gambia from June 26, 1972. Dan comments:"This classic recording of Radio Gambia was made as the station signed on just before 0600 UTC on 4.820 khz. That frequency was plagued by utility station interference at  the time, making reception of Gambia one of the most challenging tasks for SWLs. This recording was made from a Hammarlund HQ-180C receiver."As Dan states, this is not armchair listening… it’s much, much better.  It’s what real DX is all about: back in time forty-two years, through the static, one uncovers the faint voice of Radio Gambia.Click here to download the recording as an MP3, or simply listen via the embedded player below. Please subscribe to our podcast to receive future recordings automatically.

    http://shortwavearchive.com/archive/a7q5z04xtnlsp6e9hjzh63ijejyerq

    —Huffduffed by ddbrann