GBRadio has been established as a supplier of programmes to shortwave broadcasters to use on transmissions beamed at the UK and Europe.
Reception reports can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The main programme is JAZZ AM which will provide Jazz covering many decades with a minimum of presenter chat.
Jazz A M is produced in the UK
The playlist will be available on this site.
Frequencies and times will also be listed here.
A good signal should be heard as some transmitters used are up to 300KW plus 10 to 20 db directional gain.
E-QSL cards will be sent as time allows as I am also the secretarial support!
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Check on Channel 292 website Schedules for 9670 khz, 6070 khz and 3955 khz
On most Sundays at 1200 CEST (1100 GMT)
Latest Transmission Times
CEST is GMT + 1
Look out for evening transmissions ad hoc on 9670/6070/3955khz 2300 to 2400 CEST depending on likely propogation.
Programme numbers may reduced as they are now self funded.
BROADCAST Thursday 9th November 3955 khz 2200 to 2300 UTC
125 Kw Relay of Channel 292 Please send reception reports (Sponsored Programme)
10Kw via Germany Channel 292:
9670 Khz Sunday 5th Nov 1200 to 1300 CEST
9670 Khz Sunday 12th November 1200 to 1300 CEST
9670 Khz Sunday 26th November 1200 to 1300 CEST
3955 Khz Thursday 9th November 2300 to 2400 CEST
3955 Khz Thursday 16th November 2300 to 2400 CEST
3955 Khz Thursday 23rd November 2300 to 2400 CEST
Any Donations welcomed particularly to fund 125Kw and DRM transmissions.
Commercial advertising spots or Programme Sponsorship welcomed at very competitive rates.
Adverts must comply with EU/German content rules as transmissions originate from a German licensed transmitter.
Johnny Griffin Eddy Lockjaw Davis Quintet 1958- Stickball
Veronica Mortenson - I believe in the lies of handsome men
Fred Cendric Orchestra 1940 - Shoot me the meatballs
Diana Reeves 2001 - ! remember Sarah ( Vaughan)
Keith Jaret 1977 - Blackberry Winter
Kenny Clarke - Francy Boland 1969 - Box 703
Carmen Macrae / Dave Brubeck 1960 - Weep no more for me.
Count Basie and Joe Williams 1960 - Mean old World
Claire Martin: When I fall in love
Love is a necessary evil
Duke Ellington - In a mellotone.
Earl Bostic - Flamingo
Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers-
Are you real
Along came Betty
The Drum Thunder Suite
Come Rain or come shine
Duke Ellington - Flamingo
Clare Teal - Begin the Beguine
Helen Forrest - Don't stand a ghost of a chance
Dave Brubeck - Strange Meadow Lark.