International radio station memorabilia from the 80s and 90s

If you want to know why this stuff is here, there’s some background in these two blog posts.


Radio Tirana, Albania

Radio Yerevan, Armenia

Radio Australia

Radio Österreich International, Austria

BRT Wereldomroep, Belgium

Rádio Nacional do Brasil

Radio Sofia, Bulgaria

Radio Canada International

Radio Beijing, China

Radio Prague, Czechoslovakia

HCJB Ecuador ‘The Voice of the Andes’

Trans World Radio

Radio France Internationale

Radio Finland

‘Y3S’ (time signal station), East Germany (GDR/DDR)

Radio Berlin International, East Germany (GDR/DDR)

Radio Nederland Wereldomroep (Radio Netherlands), Holland

Radio Budapest, Hungary

All India Radio

Kol Israel

Radiotelevisione Italiana, Italy

Radio Elwa, Liberia

Radio Vilnius, Lithuania

Radio Kuwait

Voice of the Mediterranean, Malta

Radio Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Moroccan Broadcasting System, Morocco

Radio Norway International

Radio Pakistan

Radio Polonia, Poland

Radio Portugal International

Radio Bucuresti, Romania

FEBA Radio, Seychelles

Radio RSA, South Africa

Radio Korea, South Korea

Radio Exterior de España, Spain

Radio Suriname Internationaal

Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation

Radio Sweden

Swiss Radio International

TRT: The Voice of Turkey

Radio Kiev, Ukraine

United Arab Emirates Radio

WYFR ‘Family Radio’, USA

Voice of America

Radio Moscow, USSR

Radio Station Peace and Progress, USSR

Radio Tashkent, USSR

The Voice of Vietnam

Further reading

6 Responses to International radio station memorabilia from the 80s and 90s

  1. Dan

    Found this site by accident (looking at info about the coup against Gorbachev in 1991 — I was in Russia when it happened!).

    Anyway, I also have some short wave memorabilia, QSL cards and such. I loved looking at the stuff on your site. Thanks for doing this!

    Dan

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  3. J Mann

    This brought back many memories! I used to listen to shortwave in the 80s and early 90s also. I had a Panasonic RF-3100 that I took all over the world with me. With retirement coming (hopefully) in a few years, I intend to get back into listening. I’m sure things have changed much.

  4. Doug

    Great website. Remember receiving many similar QSLs as a swler and dxer in the70s through early 90s and having music requests on radio Warsaw, collecting stamps from radio Prague etc. started lifelong interest in Eastern Europe and now treasurer of British Czech and Slovak association as a result, – doug

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