http://www.rhci-online.net/radiogram/radiogram.htm

 


 

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Welcome to program 220 of Shortwave Radiogram.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Arlington, Virginia USA.

Here is the lineup for today's program, in MFSK modes as noted:

  1:40 MFSK32: Program preview (now)
  2:45 Greenland islet is the most northerly land on Earth
  6:36 MFSK64: Radio Prague International celebrates 85 years*
11:14 This week's images
28:33 MFSK32: Closing announcements

* with image(s)

 


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From the University of Copenhagen:

Arctic expedition discovers the most northerly island on Earth

27 August 2021

University of Copenhagen scientists were slightly shocked when,
as part of a major expedition to collect samples from the remote
and extreme periphery of northern Greenland this July, they
thought themselves to be standing upon the world's northernmost
island Oodaaq. It turned out that they were on a new island
even further north.

The yet-to-be-named island is 780 meters north of Oodaaq, an
island off Cape Morris Jesup, the northernmost point of Greenland
and one of the most northerly points of land on Earth. The newly
discovered island is about 30-by-60 meters large and rises 3-4
meters above sea level.

"We were convinced that we were standing on Oodaaq Island, which
until then had been registered as the world's northernmost
island. But when I posted photos and the island's coordinates on
social media, a number of American island hunters went crazy and
said that it couldn't be true," explains expedition leader Morten
Rasch of the University of Copenhagen's Department of Geosciences
and Natural Resource Management.

A fragile expansion of the Danish Commonwealth's territory

'Island hunters' are hobbyist adventurers who seek out unknown
islands. Their social media comments prompted Rasch and the rest
of the expedition to contact an expert at the Technical
University of Denmark (DTU).

"Together with DTU, we realized that my GPS had erred, leading us
to believe that we were on Oodaaq. In fact, we had just
discovered a new island further north, a discovery that ever so
slightly expands the Kingdom," explains Morten Rasch.

This was confirmed by a GPS on the helicopter being used by the
group to reach the island.

According to Rasch, the island mainly consists of small mounds of
seabed mud and moraine, the soil and rock left behind by
glaciers. It may have surfaced as the result of a major storm
that, with the sea's help, gradually scraped these seabed
materials together until an island formed.

The island probably falls under a category known as "short-lived
islets, so there's no telling how permanent this expansion of
Greenland and the Danish Commonwealth will be.

"No one knows how long it will remain. In principle, it could
vanish as soon as a powerful new storm hits," he says.

https://news.ku.dk/all_news/2021/08/arctic-expedition-discovers-the-most-northerly-island-on-earth/
 

 

 



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From Radio Prague International:

Radio Prague International celebrates 85 years on the airwaves

August 31, 2021

Although the origins of foreign language broadcasting on Czech
Radio stretch as far back as 1926 in the form of English and
French lectures about Czechoslovakia the birth of the foreign
language service is traditionally dated to August 31, 1936, when
the Technical Director of Czechoslovak Radio Eduard Svoboda
officially announced the beginning of regular foreign language
broadcasting.

The spoken word appeared only in news bulletins and to introduce
programmes, and the presentation was always live (in the European
broadcast news bulletins were delivered in Czech/Slovak, German,
French and English, while in the American broadcasts news was
read in Czech/Slovak, English and occasionally Russian). Other
written material consisted mainly of lectures, at first just in
Czech, occasionally in English. The response to the first Radio
Prague International broadcasts was encouraging, with over 4,400
letters arriving from listeners by the end of 1936.

Foreign language broadcasting was radically reduced after the
Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia. Only two hours of programming
- broadcast to North America - were left, compared to almost 20
hours before March 1939. The programme consisted almost entirely
of music, with an officially-approved 10-minute news bulletin.

Immediately after the end of the war the international service
resumed in earnest. In the beginning there were programmes in
English, Czech, German, French and Italian. However, their number
grew quickly. The information in the schedule shows that in early
1947 programmes were broadcast in 18 languages (Bulgarian,
French, Serbo-Croat, Slovene, Sorbian, German, Polish, Russian,
Romanian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Spanish, Italian, English,
Esperanto and Czech/Slovak). Unlike the pre-war years, the spoken
word now formed the backbone of programming; 90 percent of
broadcasts were made up of news or comment, the rest was music.

In April 1948 Czechoslovak Radio was nationalised, and from that
point on its organisation and output was dictated by the
Communist Party. A prisoner of the new ideology, Radio Prague
International began preparing different programmes for "friendly"
countries, i.e. countries which had also "embarked on the road to
socialism", and "hostile" or capitalist countries.

The station reached its largest capacity during the Communist
period, with hundreds of employees. In 1970 Radio Prague was
broadcasting 29 hours of programmes per day, by 1978 the figure
had risen to 37 hours. The number of letters arriving at Radio
Prague also grew steadily. In 1970 the station received around
88,000 letters. The number peaked in 1976, when listeners'
letters reached 137,000.

After the "Velvet Revolution" the most compromised employees and
secret service agents left Czechoslovak Radio. Radio Prague
International gradually returned to its original mission - to
provide the world with balanced and unbiased information about
events in Czechoslovakia. However, its size and broadcasting
range was steadily reduced. In 1989, Radio Prague had some 360
employees: four years later that number had fallen to just over
50. In 1993, following the division of Czechoslovakia and
Czechoslovak Radio, the international service became an
independent broadcasting body within Czech Radio.

Today Radio Prague International has close to 40 employees. It
broadcasts in six languages (English, Russian, French, Spanish,
German and Czech). Each language section has a daily 30 minute
show which is rebroadcast in 16 countries. With the digitisation
of radio, the station's broadcasting can also be accessed via its
website radio.cz. The daily show, as well as a multitude of
original podcasts, is also available via apple and android
devices.

On the occasion of its 85th birthday Radio Prague International
has prepared a special broadcast, packed with archival sounds,
messages from listeners and answers to some of your most frequent
questions.

With audio:
https://english.radio.cz/radio-prague-international-celebrates-85-years-airwaves-8727233
 

 

https://english.radio.cz/sites/default/files/audios/800359ca660ffe1b7df3c5f76f860c40.mp3





Image: A 1930s-era shortwave transmitter of the Czechoslovak
Radio ...

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This week's images ...

 

Montegut fire chief Toby Henry walks back to his fire truck as
firefighters cut through trees on the road in Bourg, Louisiana,
as Hurricane Ida passes on August 29. https://bit.ly/2WGwAOu ...

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Bourbon Street in New Orleans, darkened in the aftermath of
Hurrica Ida, September 1. https://bit.ly/3jDoPC7
 

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An intense thunderstorm, spawned by the remnants of Hurrican Ida,
struck Washington DC early morning of September 1.
https://bit.ly/3DDl9bk ...

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Flooding caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, Hoboken, New
Jersey, September 2. https://bit.ly/3yFaBVe ...

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A double rainbow over Lake Huron in Michigan. Photo contributed
by our listener Ken Zichi.

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This scene of Millinger Swamp Conservation Park in South
Australia is a winner of the Nature Photographer of the Year
awards. https://bit.ly/3l4rJzl ...

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Sea sparkle (Noctiluca scintillans), Jervis Bay, New South Wales.
A winner of the Nature Photographer of the Year awards.
https://bit.ly/3l4rJzl ...

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The flags of the U.S. and Australia are projected onto the sails
of the Opera House in Sydney to commemorate the 70th anniversary
of the alliance between Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. known
as the ANZUS Treaty. https://bit.ly/3n04OaK ...

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The tread of a Nitto Ridge Grappler tire. https://bit.ly/2VdFXVA
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Our art of the week is "What a Tangled Mess," an editorial
cartoon by Walt Handelsman of the Times Picayune and Advocate
newspapers. https://bit.ly/3yzN08t ...

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Radiogram.

 

 

   

    Closing music SWRG#220

    https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100581842592917383&song=justice-to-the-people

    Lee "Scratch" Perry - Justice to the People     /      This Is Crucial Reggae: Lee "Scratch" Perry 2005

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWpF7DNNK_o&t=167s

  

 

 

 

 

 


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 QTH:

 D-06193 Petersberg (Germany/Germania)

 Ant.:

 Dipol for 40m-Band    &   Boomerang Antenna 11m-Band

 RX   for  RF:

 FRG-100B + IF-mixer  &    ICOM IC-R75 + IF-mixer

 Software IF:

 con STUDIO1  -  Software italiano per SDR     [S-AM-USB/LSB]   +     beta 11  Version 2.80 (August 21, 2018)  - for scheduled IF-recording

 Software AF:

 Fldigi-4.0.18        +   flmsg-4.0.7                            images-fldigifiles on homedrive.lnk

 OS:

 German XP-SP3 with support for asian languages

 German W7 32bit + 64bit

 PC: 

 MEDION Titanium 8008  (since 2003)   [ P4 - 2,6 GHz]

 MSI-CR70-2MP345W7  (since2014)   [i5 -P3560 ( 2 x 2,6GHz) ]

 

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https://www.qsl.net/ve7vv/Files/Digital%20Modes.pdf


 

 


-
--- RNEI #21 Playlist ---
# Artist - Title [flag] (Spotify Streams) - Comments

1, Julia Adams - Jag ska bli bttre 🇸🇪 (152k) - This song has a wide soundstage and is a great song.
2, Jenni & Juho - Ujo poika 🇫🇮 (1.13M) - This song has a playful vibe to it!
3, Andreas Odbjerg - velkommen tilbage 🇩🇰 (389k) - This is another fun song I found.
4, High Moon - My Place 🇫🇴 (2854) - A little gem from the Faroe Islands; quite a bop!
5, Maxida Mrak - Jhkmhkke 🇸🇪-Smi (97.5k) - This joik, accompanied it's backing music, makes for quite a nice, relaxed song :)
6, Maxida Mrak & Downhill Bluegrass Band - Nikesunnas Joik 🇸🇪-Smi (364k) - Mamma found this strange but good genre mashup!


--- Scandipop.co.uk's pick of the month ---
7, Sigrid - Burning Bridges (618k)

8, Klan Mikla - snileg 🇮🇸 (81.1k) - I found this Icelandic Synth-Punk track that is slightly haunting!
9, Julia Alfrida - GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS 🇸🇪 (51.5k) - Julia, of Melodifestivalen fame, has released her new song!

--- RNEI Dance Mix ---
10, Kristin - Minner (HANEY Remix) 🇳🇴 (410k) - This is our pretty song for this month and it has a really nice summer vibe to it :D

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  #          Artist     -      Title

[flag])

(Spotify Streams)

                                                        MIDOMI

YT date

          YT Videos

  1, Julia Adams - Jag ska bli bttre

🇸🇪

(152k)

   https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100768161643762141&song=jag-ska-bli-battre

2020-12-17

   https://youtu.be/x16Ixn8eEBI

  2, Jenni & Juho - Ujo poika

🇫🇮

(1.13M)

   https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100638685974292457&song=ujo-poika

2021-08-13

   https://youtu.be/H5JbJd4ZbCU

  3, Andreas Odbjerg - velkommen tilbage

🇩🇰

(389k)

   https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100620606490876526&song=velkommen-tilbage

2021-06-24

   https://youtu.be/Kxo0ClPUE98

  4, High Moon - My Place

🇫🇴

(2854)

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2021-06-21

   https://youtu.be/-TNb49UUlaQ

  5, Maxida Mrak - Jhkmhkke

🇸🇪-Smi

 (97.5k)

- - -

2021-02-04

   https://youtu.be/1HBvWfmOcGg

  6, Maxida Mrak & Downhill Bluegrass Band - Nikesunnas Joik

🇸🇪-Smi

(364k)

- - -

2015-02-18

   https://youtu.be/Lv6_RNuSehI

  7, Sigrid - Burning Bridges

🇳🇴

(618k)

   https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100057073276955635&song=burning-bridges

2021-08-25

   https://youtu.be/c1FYvyVXx4E

  8, Klan Mikla - snileg

🇮🇸

(81.1k)

   https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100531754930038005&song=osynileg

2021-06-04

   https://youtu.be/my-tHU-H9Ks

  9, Julia Alfrida - GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS

🇸🇪

 (51.5k)

- - -

2021-05-05

   https://youtu.be/cLjwWZoWUx4

10, Kristin - Minner (HANEY Remix)

🇳🇴

(410k)

   https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100019514486659319&song=minner-%5Bhaney-remix%5D

2020-07-02

   https://youtu.be/JTbJKdMoUYQ

 

 

 

 

 


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This Is A Music Show #131
02 September 2021


0200-0300UTC Thursday on 5850 kHz

via WRMI, Okeechobee USA


***ALSO***

TIAnExpressMS w/ Radio Northern Europe International
via Channel 292 in Germany, mainly on 6070 kHz .

Broadcast various dates/times/freqs. Check the schedule here:

https://www.channel292.de/
https://rnei.org/

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PLAYLIST

Hen Gates And His Gators (feat. Freddie Mitchell on Sax) - Rock Around My Baby

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Junior Byles/Upsetters - King Of Babylon/Nebuchadnezzer
Barbara Aklin - A Raggedy Ride
The Golden Dawn - Starvation

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Chuck Jackson - The Breaking Point
The Eyes - You're Too Much
I. Emelet - Noteszember

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Barbara Jones - Changing Partners Pt. 2
Bruce Haack - Electric To Me Turn

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Modern Jazz Quartet And The Swingle Singers - Alexander's Fugue
Claudine Longet - Let's Spend The Night Together

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The Detergents - Ulcer

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THIS DATA w/ Bert Kaempfert - Wake Up And Live

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Autechre - gr4

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TIAMS Website:

https://thisisamusicshow.com

Go here for show archives + official shop!

-----

Please send reception reports/comments:

thisisamusicshow@gmail.com

Follow TIAMS on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/ThisIsAMusicSho/

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Thanks for listening!

--YOUR HOST--


EOM

 

 


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PLAYLIST
 

Hen Gates And His Gators (feat. Freddie Mitchell on Sax) - Rock Around My Baby
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100652355853933841&song=rock-around-my-baby

 

https://youtu.be/dpWz-f7HRc0

 

Junior Byles/Upsetters - King Of Babylon/Nebuchadnezzer
Barbara Aklin - A Raggedy Ride
The Golden Dawn - Starvation
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100026606981176883&song=king-of-babylon

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100712810713332146&song=a-raggedy-ride

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100189398397225887&song=starvation

 

https://youtu.be/dtpiS3BdmFY

https://youtu.be/2wh8iw6SlyE

https://youtu.be/TgEk4A-t1k8

 

Chuck Jackson - The Breaking Point
The Eyes - You're Too Much
I. Emelet - Noteszember
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100400591444224119&song=the-breaking-point

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100716328701004386&song=you%27re-too-much

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https://youtu.be/FzOwmTV4n4E

https://youtu.be/vc0HJO9ZBC0

https://youtu.be/5v7M6YMWXpE

 

Barbara Jones - Changing Partners Pt. 2
Bruce Haack - Electric To Me Turn
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100628963340539485&song=changing-partners

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100092376790009439&song=electric-to-me-turn

 

https://youtu.be/0NXUZ4pdf4k

https://youtu.be/t7BCyF3xiY0

 

Modern Jazz Quartet And The Swingle Singers - Alexander's Fugue
Claudine Longet - Let's Spend The Night Together
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100554152240045369&song=alexander%27s-fugue

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100163979195524007&song=let%27s-spend-the-night-together

 

https://youtu.be/5-U2y1ZhzIo

https://youtu.be/t54oU-k2jGM

 

The Detergents - Ulcer
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- - -

 

https://youtu.be/vzn9szp8z8Q

 

THIS DATA w/ Bert Kaempfert - Wake Up And Live
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- - -

 

Autechre - gr4
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100634923591278493&song=gr

 

https://youtu.be/4X2gje_SH6I

 


 

 


 

 

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Al Stewart was born Alistair Ian Stewart, September 5, 1945.


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