Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Radio Emma Toc Worldwide, July program summary


Special thanks to our friend, James Salmon, for sending in the July program summary for Radio Emma Toc Worldwide. Don't forget to listen on WRMI, Channel 292, AM, FM, and the weekend broadcast from Finland's Scandinavian Weekend Radio, the first weekend in July.

Program Contents -  A look back at the last 15 months from our World Service shows. 

Ways to listen - Radio Emma Toc World Service, Program # 15, July 2021 

You can listen online  at  and visit the World Service page 

You can also listen to our shortwave, mediumwave, or FM broadcasts via our relay partners as follows:

WRMI - Radio Miami International, 9955kHz covering Latin America and beyond on Tuesday 18:00 Eastern Time, 22:00 UTC and Wed 20:00 Eastern Time / 00:00 (Thurs) UTC  

WRMI - Radio Miami International, 5950kHz covering Eastern North America and far beyond on   Tuesday 18:00 Eastern Time, 22:00 UTC, and Sunday 21:00 EasternTime / 01:00 (Monday) UTC  

World  FM, 88.2MHz, 107.6MHz. covering Tawa, Marahau and Stoke, New Zealand on Sundays 22:00 NZST, 10:00 UTC and Thursdays 16:30 NZST, 04:30 UTC (alternating with other programs) 

Channel 292, 9670kHz covering Europe and beyond for broadcast in July on Saturday, July 10 at 15:00 UTC and Sunday, July 25 at 07:00 UTC 6070kHz covering Europe and beyond in July  Friday, July 16 at 20:00 UTC
Radio Emma Toc Worldwide will also broadcast as part of the July weekend broadcast via  Scandinavian Weekend Radio on 6170kHz, 11720kHz, 1602 AM kHz, and 94.9 FM MHz covering Finland and Europe on Saturday, July 3 at 0700 UTC                                                                                                                   

To learn more about Radio Emma Toc, visit our website at: 
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 on our own website at:

If you do not have access to receivers and aerials you can try using an online SDR receiver go to - Experience the enjoyment of tuning around shortwave from worldwide locations online.

We are happy to issue eQSLs for reception reports sent to  and we will gladly verify for online reports. If using an online SDR, please give us the SDR location.

If any stations wish to relay our program, a download link is available on our website. Please advise us of times and dates so we can publicize them in our schedule.
Thank you!
James Salmon