Saturday, August 02, 2008

QSO program set for Saturday evening broadcast

We invite you to listen on WBCQ 7415 kilohertz Saturday nights 11PM EDT, 10PM CDT, 9PM MDT, 8PM PDT, 0300 UTC.

If you are not near a radio you can listen on line live at

On QSO's this week on 7415

Andy Carstarphen of the Mesquite Amateur Association in Mesquite Texas.

They have a monthly Ham Radio in the park activity for the public.

Incredible radio club and really aggressive and on the ball.

Also Dennis Kidder W6DQ, Nate Brighton (age 90) and John Rodgers KF6TTR of the Associated Amateurs of Long Beach.

They have their club station W6RO aboard the Queen Mary.

This is sit on the edge of your chair listening!

Listen as John Rodgers KF6TTR talks about the ghosts that haunt the Queen Mary even in photographs.

They are also going to help us spread the word about the "Wish List" for Captain Hammer and our boys in Iraq.

Nate Brighman W6OLZ now age 90 pioneered the restoration of the radio room of the Queen Mary and the the club ham station coming on board.

Any licsened ham may come and operate this is the restored radio room the home of W6RO.

The Queen Mary is a museun open to the public.

Gordon West and Bob Heil aboard the Queen Mary

Joe Walsh and Bob Heil aboard the Queen Mary

W6RO with Heil Classics
Ted Randall
QSO Radio Show
WBCQ 7415 kilohertz
Monticello Maine

Saturday nights
11PM EDT, 10PM CDT, 9PM MDT, 8PM PDT, 0300 UTC


Past Chapter Chairman
Society Of Broadcast Engineers Chapter 103
Nashville, TN
(Source: Ted Randall via Bob Grove)