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  1. Weet iemand wie deze Kim is die het programma presenteert? Kom er niet uit wat de achternaam betreft. BBC-WS-20110102-0700-0800-Onbekend-TopOfThePops-1296khz-DRM
  2. Radio Luxembourg Classic Rock Test TX via Internet en 7145 kHz (DRM***) 02-09-05 Jim Kent Simon Gibbons 88 minuten http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/HNeXWjYc/file.html (Dank aan "jepatrick") ***The DRM service "In 2005 the parent RTL company stated that the AM transmissions would not resume but that a full-time English service would begin on Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM). During August of that year, the parent operating company of Radio Luxembourg conducted digital test broadcasts to Great Britain on 7145 kHz using DRM. This culminated in the soft re-launch of Radio Luxembourg in English at 07:00 BST on September 12, 2005. For a time Radio Luxembourg was heard at 7295 kHz DRM, but RTL has now discontinued DRM broadcasts on 7295 kHz throwing the future of the DRM station into doubt, although local DRM broadcasts are still on air in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Radio Luxembourg can also be heard with a live stream with a classic rock playlist. Its presenters include Lisa V, Benny Brown and Enda Caldwell. Radio Luxembourg was hoping to broadcast in English on one of the two new digital national DAB services in the UK during 2008, if National Grid Wireless Limited won the licence. However, National Grid Wireless failed to win the license, so the long-term future of English transmissions must now be in serious doubt. The station continues as an online service for the moment, although the service has not been updated with any new audio programming since 31 December 2007." (Wikipedia) Robin
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