In the south of the Caribbean, just north of Venezuela, sits the tiny island of Aruba (population: 110,000). Together with the nearby islands of Curaçao and Sint Maarten, it makes up the Dutch Caribbean, which falls within the jurisdiction of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. But despite its links to Europe, Aruba still has a distinct Caribbean culture and nowhere is this more evident than the town of San Nicolas.
Making Waves – Coast FM Tasmania
Wynyard on the coast of Tasmania is a picturesque and quiet place to put down roots (writes Nyasha Oliver). “We don’t even have any traffic…
Radio Heritage Foundation provides mirror of the Shortwave Radio Audio Archive
The Radio Heritage Foundation is pleased to announce it is now providing a backup mirror of this fascinating audio archive site run by Thomas Witherspoon….
The Island Called Antigua in the Caribbean
The island called Antigua is the main island of the independent Commonwealth mini-country in the Caribbean that is identified under the twin title as Antigua and Barbuda.
New museum to recognize Warsaw radio station that was second biggest in the world
In memory of what was once the second tallest radio transmission station in the world, scientists are looking to set up a museum to commemorate its history.