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Month: May 2007

ZK1ZA Cook Islands Educational Radio

By Arthur Cushen Broadcasting to the islands of the South Pacific was introduced in various ways. In the case of the Cook Islands, it was…

KRHO Honolulu 1944

KRHO was a powerful shortwave radio station broadcasting in English and Japanese languages to the Far Eastern Pacific region in the closing stages of WWII….

Good Morning Hanoi – A Year on the Airwaves in the New Vietnam

By Iain Finlay and Trish Clark At the entrance to the Voice of Vietnam’s radio headquarters, the administration offices in Quan Su Street, sits a…

The Paddle – Palmerston North

Beat Generation By Sam Baker – Tribune The Paddle no, it isn’t a canoe or swim club but a community-based radio station which has just…

The Base FM – Te Aroha

Sounds from The Base soon to reach Te Aroha homes By Jeremy Smith, Piako Post As Ken Knight discusses his newest ambition, he is clearly…

Today FM – Dargaville

Celebrating over 75 Years of Popular Kiwi Radio Music to the ears of mature radio listeners Brent and Alison Robertson enjoy the music being played…

Splat FM – Whangaparoa School

Kid DJs start with a Splat Splat FM is a local radio station with a difference. Like other stations, it plays a selection of modern…

Pirate Radio Hauraki 40 Years On: Image Gallery

Hauraki QSL Brian Withers sends in a nice item of memorabilia – one of the early audience listener cards sent from the station to confirm…

I Shot Roy Acuff on AFRS Radio WVTK Leyte

By Bob Campbell “I was with WVTK in Leyte and I and one other soldier went to Samar and built a station, selected and trained…

Quartz Hill Collection

In the first of a new series, the Quartz Hill Collection, amateur radio stations from around the world that have worked ZL6QH feature in the…

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