Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) Christmas Program on Shortwave

Following an established annual routine, Northern German Radio (NDR) broadcasts a four-hours Christmas program on shortwave – “Gruß an Bord” (greeting all ships) – on December 24, from 19:00 to 23:00 UTC.

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Time
Freq. Transmit- Target
(UTC) (kHz) ter site area
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19:00 – 6,080 Nauen, Atlantic N
21:00 Germany
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19:00 – 11,650 Issoudun, Atlantic S
21:00
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19:00 – 9,800 Issoudun, Atlantic,
21:00 France Indian O.,
Sth Africa
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19:00 – 9,740 Nauen, Indian
21:00 Germany Ocean W
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19:00 – 9,570 Moos- Indian
21:00 brunn, Ocean E
Austria
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19:00 – 6,030 Armenia Europe
21:00
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21:00 – 6,145 Nauen Atlantic N
21:00
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21:00 – 9,830 Issoudun Atlantic S
21:00
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21:00 – 9,590 Issoudun Atlantic,
23:00 Indian O.,
Sth Africa
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21:00 – 9,720 Nauen Indian
23:00 Ocean W
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21:00 – 9,650 Moos- Indian
23:00 brunn Ocean E
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21:00 – 6,155 Armenia Europe
23:00
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Sources

Gruss an Bord, NDR, Nov 28, 2018
Background, RBB, Nov 17, 2018
History, Dec 25, 2017

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2 Comments to “Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) Christmas Program on Shortwave”

  1. That time of the year again, JR. Hope you and family have a happy Xmas/New Year break.

    Since its a period of great austerity here in tubbyland, I will only be forwarding a dozen small tins of tuna for the feline household this year, and they are be shared equally according to progressive anarchist principles.

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  2. Thanks a lot, and peaceful and happy days between the years to you, too. The tuna is appreciated as a wonderful bit of change between all the rabbits whose remains are resting in the most surprising places.

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