Radio Seagull 1395 AM update

October 17, 2012 at 2:35 pm Leave a comment

Broadcasting from the ship ‘Jenni Baynton’ moored in Harlingen Harbour in the Netherlands, Radio Seagull can be heard on 1602 KHz AM in the Netherlands, across the North Sea and along the East Coast of England. At night the signal has been received as far away as Finland, Germany and Switzerland. As of Sunday 1st April 2012 Radio Seagull programmes could also been heard from 7 am ’till 7 pm (CET) on 1395 AM.

Now the station is pleased to to tell you that the frequency 1395 is temporarily on the air for 21 hours a day. Unless there is any unexpected change of plan, this will continue until the end of summertime on October 28th.    Onboard, the length of the 1395 antenna has been extended.

(Radio Seagull)

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