A club-compiled list giving times and frequencies for programmes of interest to DXers and radio enthusiasts. Updated September 2014.
A comprehensive country-by-country guide to domestic and external broadcasts from Africa, including selected opposition and target broadcasts to the African continent. The document is in pdf format. Updated September 2014.
A comprehensive guide to shortwave broadcasts to Afghanistan and the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.The document is in pdf format. Updated September 2014.
A frequency-order guide to external services on medium wave from stations in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Also includes some foreign and minority-language programming carried on domestic MW services. Updated May 2014.
A compilation of logs of UK mediumwave Special Event, Restricted Service Licence, Low Power AM, Community Radio and Irish Temporary Licence mediumwave logs as reported to BDXC's monthly journal "Communication". Updated September 2014.
A comprehensive guide to shortwave radio stations in the Middle East. In country order, pdf format. Updated September 2014.
A handy guide to shortwave radio stations in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. In frequency order, pdf format. Updated September 2014.
An hour-by-hour guide to shortwave broadcasts from UK transmitter sites. September 2014.
A guide to radio museums and other attractions featuring old radio equipment, together with opening times and admission details. Updated September 2014.
The club was founded in 1974 and to celebrate our 40th anniversary we have scanned some of our very first issues from 1974. Unfortunatley issue No 2 is missing from the archive as there are no known copies.
Reports on recent conferences of the European DX Council by BDXC member Alan Pennington. Updated October 2013.
Reports and loggings from the various trips made to Sheigra in north west Scotland by BDXC-UK members:
Articles from BDXC Communication magazine about offshore radio.
African DX reports from BDXC member Chris Greenway in Nairobi, Kenya and other articles about African radio.
The most up-to-date comprehensive BDXC reference available is Radio Stations in the UK. However, we intend in time to maintain an equivalent on-line resource as soon as time permits. for the moment the older - outdated - lists remain for interest only.
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