Just a remind for you that Marconi Radio International went for the first time on air on 4th January 1986 and to celebrate this event has planned a special 30th anniversary broadcast on the following days and times: 3rd January 2016 from 07.00 to 16.00 UTC; 4th January 2016 from 13.00 to 16.00 UTC.
Please note that on 3rd January 2016 MRI will be on the air one hour more than originally planned as the transmission starts at 07.00 UTC. Our frequency remains the same: 11390 kHz and power in the region of 30 watts.
To mark this milestone, we’ll broadcast a special programme in Italian with details on the history of MRI and interviews with two well known DXers of Italy: Dario Monferini and Roberto Scaglione.
Also our playlist will have something special as only songs with the word “radio” in their title will be played (the playlist includes also some little known tunes like “Radio Tirana” by the Polish band Kult!.
But that is not all. In addition to our weekly DX programme in English “Italian Shortwave Panorama” and “Studio DX”, produced and presented by Roberto Scaglione, we’ll be airing two vintage MRI programmes: a DX Show in English of 25th December 1991 hosted by a female speaker, as well as the edition nr. 6 of “Italian Wave”, a programme aired during 1986, which featured new Italian bands playing different kinds of rock music.
As usual MRI encourages reception reports from listeners. Audio clips (mp3-file) of our broadcasts are welcome! We QSL 100% and of course a special 30th anniversary QSL verification will be sent to acknowledge reports about reception of above mentioned broadcasts.
Our e-mail address is: email@example.com but please don’t forget to include your postal address as some lucky listeners will also receive a printed QSL card.
Last but not least, we need your help! If you use social networks, please post an announcement on Facebook or send out a tweet the day before the broadcasts. You can also forward this message to a friend. This should help increase our potential audience.
We hope to hear from a lot of shortwave listeners about these two special 30th anniversary broadcasts.
Marconi Radio International