Maybe they will be using this frequency regularly again. Identifying as "Cyber Gold - the oldie station; from the radio ship "Love and Peace" anchored up in international waters of Fantasy Island"! By my ear, I don't feel they're using full 600 k W, but is far stronger and clearer than the 981 k Hz signal. 891 is notabily narrow in comparision other carriers, local and from abroad, available on my QTH (Valencia, Spain). Following on from our successful Sixties Sunday show on Cyber Rock, CYBER GOLD will travel back to the sixties and broadcast the very best 60s music from the MV Love and Peace "at anchor in the International waters of the North Sea".
According to Betar Bangla has 80,000 listeners on medium wave and 180,000 listeners on line.
This is, let's say, very surprising, because the reason given for changing the broadcast schedule is electricity saving.
I wonder what is going on; I sent an email to [email protected] why the carrier remains on, they did not answer yet. Former domain names uk are not in use any more and do not link to the new domain.
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