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Old 11-25-2012, 2:52 AM
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Cool SW English language transmissions

I need a list of the world shortwave stations and when they transmit English language transmissions.
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have a look here

Short-Wave Frequency Schedule for BBC in ENGLISH at 09:10GMT

you can select the english language
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Old 11-25-2012, 10:46 AM
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Another resource:
S H O R T W A V E S T U F F

This resource lists all SW BC stations and is updated very regularly, sometimes several times a day. If you download the zipped Excel spreadsheet and enter your offset from GMT (found in cell N2 of the both the COMBINED and ENGLISH tabs, default is East Coast US time, if you are in that time zone no need to adjust anything) it will tell you what is station on right now now (or at any specific time). It also includes a tab on the bottom to select only English Language broadcasts.

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..and with my addition you should be swimming in Englishness
Prime Time Shortwave - Your guide for English shortwave broadcasts
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Cool sw English Language transmissions

Thank you that relied to my query.I'll probably have so much information that I will be hearing far more countries that I never knew exisited.
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