AFRICAN AUDIO FILES
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ALGERIA, 153 KHz Radio Algeria 1 with music then what appears to be an ID and news with good modulation this time. Very regular here.
ALGERIA, Chaîne 1 at 549 KHz with Arabic talk then soft music. I thought first of Iran but my friends at RealDX put me on the right track. One of my favorite clip. Here’s another clip here with national anthem. And this next one with the JIL FM ID.
ALGERIA, Chaîne 1 there with full ID (03/2020) at good strength, now with their revamped transmitter. NEW.
ANGOLA, Radio Nacional de Angola (RNA) on 4950 KHz. Listening to this clip, I was stunned by the similarities with Cuban music. After a few researches, it seems that Angolan music does indeed have some Cuban sounding. It makes me think that Cuban people may have come from this region. Listening to that refreshing music, I can hardly imagine how much these people suffered from civil war during so many years. In Kiwa mod S-
ANGOLA, on mediumwave at 1088 KHz . Its carrier is showing up from time to time here. On this recording, I've got a bit of audio with a musical segment. This next recording from September of 2011 is even better with news in a discernable Portuguese especially from the female speaker.
BENIN, 1566 KHz, Trans World Radio. Beginning of English programming with "Rendez-
DJIBOUTI, 1431 KHz VOA-
DJIBOUTI, Radiodiffusion Vision Djibouti at 1539 KHz signing in with National athem. A refreshing one instead of regular Radio Sawa. A 10,850 Km shot from a 50 Kw outlet.
LIBYA, 1449 KHz, Libyan Jamahiriyah Brodcasting Corp. Thanks to Mauno Ritola for ID. Full ID in Arabic just before the middle of the clip. Here's another clip beginnning with the ID "Iddha al Jamaheriya al Ozma". Thanks to Tarek Zeidan for his help.
LIBYA, Radio Jamahiriyah at 1053 KHz with ID info under nice signal.
LIBYA, Radio Jamahiriyah at 972 KHz with awful modulation.
LIBYA, Radio Jamahiriyah at 1125 Khz with typical music.
LIBYA, Voice of Africa at 1251 Khz.
MADEIRA, Posto Emissor do Funchal, Poiso on 1530 KHz (10-
MAURITANIA, Radio Mauritanie on 783 KHz. Heard for several days in August 2009. I had it quite well during this interesting musical segment. Here on September 2011 with a man in Vernicular language. One of my station’s best shot ever.
MOROCCO, Radio Méditerranée Internationale on longwave at 171 KHz with ID in French then program in Arabic. With the French ID, note the weak "Radio Rossii" ID underneath.
MOROCCO, Radio Méditerranée Internationale 171 KHz with complete "Médi 1" ID.
MOROCCO, RTM C at 1044 Khz with music and woman in Arabic.
MOROCCO, SNRT on 936 KHz. Despite its announced 400 Kw (08-
NIGERIA, Radio Gotel from Yula on 917 KHz. Appearing from time to time especially at Spring and generally under the form of a het. But in this clip, I managed to hear some weak flute music.
SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE, Voice of America on 1530 KHz (10-
SUDAN, 1296 KHz , Sudan Radio and TV Corporation (SRTC). Caught me by surprise on a hot Summer night! Djibouti was also good that same night. Note the word "Sudan" around second 10 and at second 70 ID "...Iddha 'at as Sudan..." Thanks to Patrick Robic from Austria in helping me notice. Here you see the waterfall on the Perseus window at the time of ID. Almost two years later, here's another shot of SRTC with the ID and a bit of news heard earlier.
SWAZILAND, Trans World Radio, 3240 KHz with nice ID and interval signal.
TANZANIA, Radio Free Africa on 1377 KHz (05-
UGANDA, UBC Radio at 4976 KHz in English.
ZAMBIA, Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation on 6165 KHz from Lusaka with complete ID.
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