PJB Bonaire (Trans World Radio): Unknown date

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Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Timothy Land, who shares the following recording and notes:

Broadcaster: PJB - Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles (Trans World Radio)

Frequency: Unknown

Reception Location: Kingsport, Tennessee

Receiver and antenna:   Magnavox AE3805 with telescopic antenna

Notes: This is from one of my late evening shortwave listening sessions as a teen in the early to mid 1990's. Time and date is uncertain. Take note how they feature a spot for HCJB, Quito, Ecuador by listing their broadcast times and frequencies. Following this is several minutes of a DX'ers program.

TGNA - Guatemala: Unknown date

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Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Timothy Land, who shares the following recording and notes:

Broadcaster: TGNA - Guatemala

Frequency: 3,300 kHz

Receiver Location: Kingsport, Tennessee

Notes: This is from one of my late evening shortwave listening sessions as a teen in the early to mid 1990's. Time and date is uncertain.

HRVC - La Voz Evangélica de Honduras: Unknown date

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Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Timothy Land, who shares the following recording and notes:

Broadcaster: HRVC - Honduras

Frequency: 3,250 kHz

Receiver Location: Kingsport, Tennessee

Notes: This is from one of my late evening shortwave listening sessions as a teen in the early to mid 1990's. Time and date is uncertain.

Wantok Radio Light, Outdoor Inaugural: June 11, 2005

Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Guy Atkins, who notes:

Inaugural shortwave broadcast and celebration of Wantok Radio Light, Papua New Guinea on June 11, 2005. Frequency was 7120 kHz. Receiver: AOR AR7030+. Antenna: Wellbrook Communications ALA100 Phased Delta Loop Antenna. Recorded by Guy Atkins at Grayland, Washington USA.
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00:00 Introduction by speaker or host named "Witness"
01:31 Song "Naso Joda" by the band P2-UIF ("P2-United in Faith"; the Gospel band's name honors those killed in the missionary aviation plane P2-UIF that crashed in Papua New Guinea ). A YouTube video of the song being performed live in August 2012 is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQvkKWROal0
03:00 Praise for the signal of Wantok Radio Light to go out through all the world
03:50Testimony of James
09:18Solo music on harmonica: "Jesus Saves" performed by James
12:06Phone conversation with "Brother Paul": salutations to Wantok Radio Light; praise for the new shortwave transmitter
15:52 More talk by Witness
17:50 Live music
23:40 Praise & talk with announcer Witness
24:52 Live Music
28:52 Talk & praise by Witness
29:43 "You're listening to Radio Light, Wantok Radio Light, live right here,  the one and only; live right here Amen, at the top of Minion House, right at the top. That's right! We're right at the top."

Guy also notes:

Wantok Radio Light is still going strong, in this 10th anniversary year of their shortwave transmissions. Their current frequency is 7325 kHz, and the web site is at: http://www.wantokradio.org/. The live stream of WRL broadcasts can be heard at: http://radio.securenetsystems.net/v5/PNGRADIO

HCJB 45th Anniversary Program: December 25, 1976

HCJB radio station staff in 1946, including engineer Clayton Howard (front row left), co-founder Clarence Jones (front row right) and future HCJB president Abe Van Der Puy (front row, fourth from left) -- Source: Wikipedia

HCJB radio station staff in 1946, including engineer Clayton Howard (front row left), co-founder Clarence Jones (front row right) and future HCJB president Abe Van Der Puy (front row, fourth from left) -- Source: Wikipedia

Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Greg Shoom, for this 1976 recording of HCJB's 45th Anniversary. This is a special program was broadcast on Christmas Day of 1976 to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the founding of HCJB.

Greg made this recording from Kingston, Ontario, Canada, on December 25, 1976 at 02:30 UTC on 6095 kHz. 

Click here to download the recording as an MP3, or simply listen via the embedded player below. Please subscribe to our podcast to receive future recordings automatically.