Monday, March 01, 2021
Radio Emma Toc Worldwide, March 2021 schedules
All times as listed
A look at the value of radio, Scandinavian Weekend Radio, Radio Sweden's The Saturday Show, and hello to listeners, followed by a 30-minute trial vintage music program, The Wireless Years.
Ways to listen
Radio Emma Toc World Service - Program # 11, March 2021
Listen online at http://www.emmatoc.com and visit the World Service page
Listen to our shortwave, MW, or FM broadcasts via our relay partners as follows:
WRMI-Radio Miami International 9955kHz, covering Latin America and beyond
Tues 18:00 EasternTime / 23:00 UTC and Wed 20:00 Eastern Time / 01:00 (Thurs) UTC
WRMI-Radio Miami International 5950kHz, covering Eastern North America and far beyond
Tues 16:00 Eastern Time / 21:00 UTC and Sunday 21:00 EasternTime / 02:00 (Monday) UTC
World FM- 88.2MHz / 107.6MHz, covering Tawa, Marahau, and Stoke, New Zealand
Sundays 22:00 NZST / 10:00 UTC and Thursdays 16:30 NZST / 04:30 UTC, alternating with other programs
Channel 292 6070kHz, covering Europe and beyond
Saturday, March 13 at 09:00 UTC 9670kHz, covering Europe and beyond
Sunday, March 14 at 13:00 UTC
Scandinavian Weekend Radio 6170kHz, 11690kHz, 1602kHz, 94.9MHz covering Finland and Europe on Saturday, March 6 at 0800 UTC.
Happy listening! If you are outside the transmitter coverage areas, why not listen via the broadcasters' online services? Website details for the above stations are listed at www.emmatoc.org/worldserviceindex
If you do not have access to receivers and aerials, try using an online SDR receiver from ve3sun.com/KiwiSDR. Experience the enjoyment of tuning around shortwaves stations from worldwide locations online.
We are happy to issue eQSLs for reception reports sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org we will gladly respond to your online reports. If using an online SDR, please list the SDR location.
If any stations wish to relay our program, the download link is available on our website. Please advise us of times and dates so we can publicize it in our schedule.
(Jim Salmon, UK)