Following our October, November & December 2009 broadcasts, FRS-Holland will again take to the airwaves next Sunday February 28th. Unlike previous years no winter sleep.... Next Sun FRSH will be on 7600//5800 kHz for just over 4 hours 08.52- 13.05 UTC/ 09.52- 14.05 CET. Pxs will be presented by Jan van Dijk doing the German show. Dave Scott will be playing classic rock and has a few interesting radio related items. Paul Graham & Mike Anderson's will be both absent unfortunately. Peter Verbruggen will look back to what happened in the past on February 28th (Day Calendar) and plays a mix of 80s/90s and mainly 00s records in FRS Magazine. He will also host a 45 min. FRS Goes DX edition with the latest news from the wonderful world of wireless . And: Peter will replace Paul in the FRS Golden Show playing almost non-stop excellent 60s and 70s records (and rarities!). There also is 'the Phrase that Pays' and 'the listener of the month' (December 2009).
Between 16.00- 20.05 UTC/ 17.00- 21.05 CET the complete broadcast will be streamed via internet: http://nednl.net:8000/frsh.m3u
Sunday March 7th the complete broadcast will be repeated on 7600//9300 kHz between 10.52- 15.05 UTC/ 11.52- 16.05 CET.
FRS 30 years
2010 is a very special year for all at FRSH: 30 years on the air! We will be celebrating this later in 2010, presumably in October. It is our wish to receive as many personal memories as possible (especially) from dedicated FRS listeners! Most personal is when you record a 1- 2 minute recording (English or German) with your very own memories: When did you hear us for the first time, what was (is) your favourite show, when did you get your first QSL, how much did you listen to FRS, any special on air moments you remember? All this info will be part of your personal FRS contribution. Any serious contribution will be rewarded later this year. That is a promise! All listener's contributions will be collected and together it will be our anthology of 30 years of SW broadcasts along with our very own memories. Btw: if you cannot record a message, lease put your contribution on paper (POBox 2702) or send us a mail . It sounds a bit weird but w'd like to receive your contribution as soon as possible. There's a lot to prepare and having contributions at an early stage really helps… we count on you…an mp3 would be easy, isn't it?
73s, Peter V. (on behalf of the FRS staff)
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