Landbased FREE RADIO STATIONS

Taking into account the illegal character of these stations, it is obvious that an exact location of their transmitters is not known. The countries indicated between parenthesis, therefore, are often only tentative.

Borderhunter Radio (Belgium) (3930 kHz, August 22, 1999, 00:20 UTC)
Crazy Farmers from Holland
(Netherlands) (6300 kHz, March 22, 1998, 12:30 UTC)
Flux Radio (Netherlands) (6255 kHz, May 30, 1999, 11:20 UTC)
IRRS (International Radio Relay Service) (3955 kHz, May 7, 1998, 22:00 UTC)
Laser Hot Hits (6220 kHz, March 15, 1998, 09:10 UTC)
New World Radio (6260 kHz, April 12, 1998, 08:48 UTC)
Polderpiraat (Netherlands) (1605 kHz, June 26, 1999, 11:15 UTC)
Project 1(6250 kHz, April 12, 1998, 11:06 UTC)
PSBS (Germany) (6180 kHz, April 12, 1998, 11:55 UTC)
Radio Benelux (Germany) (5808 kHz, March 22, 1998, 10:00 UTC [edited])
Radio Blue Star (Netherlands) (6306 kHz, May 30, 1999, 09:20 UTC)
Radio Brigitte (Netherlands) (6905 kHz, January 31, 1999, 11:40 UTC)
Radio Caroline International (U.K.) (6,310 kHz, November 15, 1981 [edited]
Radio Devalon (Germany) (6243 kHz, March 19, 2000, 12:00 UTC)
Radio Flamingo International (7210 kHz, May 17, 1998, 13:20 UTC)
Radio Free London (UK) (5805 kHz, February 15, 1998)
Radio Marabu (Germany) (6210 kHz, March 8, 1998, 11:10 UTC) and another recording of the same station (6210 kHz, April 12, 1998, 11:40 UTC)
Radio Nordsee International (Germany) (6120 kHz, March 22, 1998, 11:00 UTC [edited]
Radio Pamela International (UK) (5773 kHz, November 7, 1999, 14:15 UTC)
Radio Titanic International (Germany) (6275 kHz, March, 1998, 09:25 UTC)
Radio West (Moeskroen/Belgium) (3926.88 kHz, April 4, 1999, 22:00 UTC)
Radio Wonderful (Germany) (11470 kHz, August 22, 1999, 19:155 UTC)
Spaceman (Netherlands) 3927 kHz, July 15, 2006, 20:40 UTC [edited]
UK Radio (UK) (6266 kHz, November 7, 1999, 15:15 UTC)
Union Radio (Netherlands) (6281
[6280.672] kHz, November 7, 1999, 11:55 UTC)
Weekend Music Radio
(Great Britain) (7446 kHz, June 13, 1999, 11:35 UTC)
Zender Rooie Rover
(probably Eastern Netherlands) (1471 kHz, April 17, 1999, 09:30 UTC)


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