ASIA

Armenia
Voice of Armenia, signing off in German and signing on in English (9965 kHz, December 5, 1998, 21:15 UTC)

Azerbaijan
Radio Dada Gorgud, Baku (9165 kHz, February 2, 1999, 18:00 UTC)
I'm not really sure whether I did copy the name of this station correctly, as the audio quality of the transmission was quite bad

Burma
Democratic Voice of Burma - see in the "Clandestines" section

China (People's Republic
)
China Radio International (7360 kHz, December 9, 1998, 22:00 UTC)
Radio Peking (May 21, 1977, 20:20 UTC)
In some way this station still exists, though it has been renamed «China Radio International». The format has however been changed and -very important AND significant- "The International " is no longer played at the end of the broadcasts. The broadcast reproduced here was in Romanian.
Radio Peking (with interval signal) (August 12, 1977)
Xizang Radio (Tibet) (4035 kHz, October 15, 2000, 00:02 UTC)
Cyprus
Radiophonikon Idryma Kyprou (9760 kHz, June 11, 1999, 22:15 UTC)

Georgia
Georgian Radio (5040 kHz, January 2, 1998, 02:30 UTC)

India
All India Radio, General Overseas Service (11620 kHz, March 14, 1998, 19:30 UTC)
And here is yet another recording, featuring the interval signal, as used before the start of transmissions on a certain frequency (5010 kHz, May 29, 1997, 00:20) -AR-

Indonesia
Radio Republik Indonesia, Jakarta (4775 kHz, June 28, 1975, 23:00 UTC) -AR-
Radio Republik Indonesia, Jambi (4924 kHz, January 24, 1997, 22:05 UTC)
-AR-
Voice of Indonesia
(15,150 kHz, April 15, 1998, 19:00 UTC)

Iran
Voice of Iran (May 21, 1977, 20:15 UTC)
This station in some way still exists, under the name of «Voice of the Islamic Republic of Iran» (see hereafter), but politically, culturally and socially the changes in the transmissions have been so drastic, that both cannot really be considered the same station.
Voice of the Islamic Republic of Iran (15,084 kHz, April 17, 1998, 17:30 UTC) and a recording from this same station, this time identifying in English (9,020 kHz, December 1, 1998, 19:30 UTC)

Iraq
Republic of Iraq Radio (3900 kHz, December 28, 1998, 23:45 UTC)

Israel
Kol Israel (Voice of Israel) (17545 kHz, March 31, 1998, 15:00 UTC)
Galei Tzahal (15785 kHz, July 15, 2006, 18:00 UTC)

Japan
Radio Japan (11850 kHz, April 15, 1998, 22:00 UTC)

Jordan
Radio Jordan (11690 kHz, December 15, 1998, 17:00 UTC)

Kampuchea
(Khmer Republic)
Radio Phnom Penh (4907 kHz, September 23, 1973, 16:00 UTC) -AR-

Kazakhstan
Kazak Radio (1825 kHz, April 6, 1999, 05:00 UTC)

Korea, Democratic People's Republic [North Korea]
Radio Pyongyang (October 20, 1999, 16:00 UTC - Unfortunately I forgot to note down the frequency)

Korea, Republic [South Korea]
Radio Korea International (6480 kHz, December 9, 1998, 21:00 UTC)

Kuwait
Radio Kuwait (15505 kHz, April 14, 1998, 21:00 UTC)

Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyz Radio (1st Programme) (4010 kHz, March 14, 1998, 00:05 UTC)

Lebanon
High Adventure Radio (11530 kHz, May 12, 1999, 23:30 UTC)

Malaysia
Voice of Malaysia (15275 kHz, June 14, 1974, 15:30 UTC) -AR-

Pakistan
Radio Pakistan (General Overseas Service) (15110 kHz, August 8, 1977, 11:00 UTC)
Radio Pakistan World Service (6235 kHz, 1974, 21:45 UTC)
-AR-

Philippines
FEBC (15440 kHz, September 5, 1973, 16:30 kHz) -AR-
And yet another recording from FEBC, signing on in Mandarin (9405.15 kHz, October 11, 2000, 22:00 UTC)
Radio Pilipinas (15290 kHz, July 23, 2000, 19:30 UTC)
Radio Veritas, Quezon City (9760 kHz, 1996, 13:00 UTC)
-AR-

Saudi Arabia
Broadcasting Service of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 21705 kHz, March 31, 1998, 11:00 UTC)

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation (11800 kHz, March 8, 1975, 18:30 UTC) -AR-

Syria
Radio Damascus (12085 kHz, March 14, 1998, 21:30 UTC)

Taiwan
Central Broadcasting System [CBS] (9610 kHz, May 11.1999, 23:00 UTC)
Taipei Radio International (15715 kHz, April 13, 1998, 20:05 UTC)

Tajikistan
Tajik Radio (4635 kHz, December 8, 1998, 00:00 UTC)
In the background of this audio-fragment, you can hear the "Buzzer". For more details, check the «Numbers» section of my «Sounds off the Wireless»;
Here is another recording from this station, identifying in English (4975 kHz, 1997, 04:00 UTC). -AR-

Thailand
Radio Thailand (9810 kHz, January 19, 1999, 13:00 UTC)

Turkey
Voice of Turkey (13695 kHz, June 5, 1999, 18:30 UTC)
Here is another recording, featuring the various forms of the Voice of Turkey's interval signal.

Turkmenistan
Turkmen Radio 1 (5015 kHz, December 23, 1998, 00:50 UTC)

United Arab Emirates
UAE Radio, Dubai (21605 kHz, March 11, 1998, 16:00 UTC)
UAE Radio, Abu Dhabi (21735 kHz, May 30, 1999, 15:00 UTC)

Uzbekistan
Radio Mash 'al (second programme of Uzbek Radio) (4850 kHz, March 17, 1998, 23:00 UTC). This recording covers the end of a broadcast. Here is another recording, which offers the Interval Signal and the beginning of a program (15165 kHz, January 7, 1998, 09:30 UTC).

Vietnam

Libaration Radio - See in the "Clandestines" section.
Voice of Vietnam (5940 kHz, March 15, 1998, 01:30 UTC)

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