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Polish Pirate Radio Station In Nottingham 87.5 FM ca.2008


Tim Bucknall 7 | 98
13 Oct 2012 #1
Anyone else ever hear this? I never found out what it was called.
the odd thing about it was that they were using a Horizontally polarised aerial so you couldn't really listen to it in the car

all the best
Tim
pawian 175 | 13,542
13 Oct 2012 #2
Is it really so important?
Is there sort of martial law in Nottingham?
OP Tim Bucknall 7 | 98
14 Oct 2012 #3
I'm not against it, i've dabbled myself
when i joined up here i remembered it and wondered if anyone actually listened to it
would be nice to put a name to it even after all this time
i send logs of Pirate stations to the British DX club

martial law? well our airwaves are over regulated compared to the USA or New Zealand

my radio stuff:

thepiratearchive.net/forum/
skywaves.info
ww.fmlist.org
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
14 Oct 2012 #4
Is there sort of martial law in Nottingham?

Yes, the Sheriff is p!ssed off ! ;)
Pawian,you seriously misjudge the Brits if you think we as a people have anything against Pirate Radio.
My only problem used to be whenever Id get anywhere near a major city my usual radio channels would be blocked out by what I can only describe as noise being shouted over in some unkown patois......so called *urban music* stations used to be a pain in the ears for anyone over 21.....
jon357 63 | 15,378
14 Oct 2012 #5
There used to be a good one in Leeds. Weekends only and didn't interfere with other stations.
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
14 Oct 2012 #6
You must have heard the ones I mean though?
Not the ones playing indie/underground dance music but the ones playing seriously rubbish garage *beats* with one two or a dozen muppets shouting over it constantly.....

what anoys me these days is this so called digital revolution.....its so much better now that just clicking the ignition on my cooker interferes with the reception....Emperors New Clothes Tech living and sometimes breathing.....
OP Tim Bucknall 7 | 98
14 Oct 2012 #7
there used to be one in London called Polskie Radio London on 99.2 IIRC, i never got to hear that sadly. I have no idea what kind of music it played.

it was reported in radio magazines for about 6 months in 2004/5 then vanished forever.
the Leeds one is interesting to me as sometimes i can hear the west yorkshire pirates if they pick a good channel - Genesis 90.4, Peoples fm when it was 104.5

its very rare a pirate with a tiny transmitter will seriously interfere with a legal station.

I'm surprised theres not been a Polish pirate in Crewe, its not like theres a legal community service for Polish speakers. Everyone
(including my local paper) assumes Red Shift Radio in Crewe is named after the Polish colours, but i've never heard any Polish on it.
pawian 175 | 13,542
14 Oct 2012 #8
Pawian,you seriously misjudge the Brits if you think we as a people have anything against Pirate Radio.

????

Who told you I think like that?


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