Browse through the letters and e-mails we have received this week in Bucharest.
“I was listening to your broadcast on Saturday 15th of February 2014, when I heard a programme about the photographer Iosif Berman. I believe the programme was called World of Culture.” (Barnett Howard, Northampton, Britain)
“I listen to Radio Romania International to get the latest updates on Romanian culture and events, as well as to get the latest news reports and updates in Bucharest and the surrounding areas.” (SE Pierce, Texas, USA)
“I had the pleasure to receive the broadcast from Radio Romania on 6015 kHz on the afternoon of Friday, January 31st 2014 from 23 to 23:48 UTC. When I first received Radio Romania your signal was gaining in strength and remained fairly strong with some fading. There was occasional minor static throughout and no other station interference. SINPO 45444. I hope this report is of some value to you and your technical staff. If it proves to be correct I would truly appreciate your verification. Thank you for your interesting and educational broadcast and best of success to Radio Romania.” (Cal Craig, Stow, Ohio, USA)
“I am sending in two reception reports I heard over the last week. As usual, listening was packed with interesting features and news stories. You must all work very hard. I thought the music I heard in all that jazz was very good to listen to. I have really enjoyed this programme for some time now. Another music feature called ‘Your Music’ with titles such as ‘I miss you’ and ‘I can fly’ was very nice. I would be very pleased if I can have a QSL verification for the reports. Best wishes for the New Year and please continue with more great radio.” (Ian Stagg, Northwich, Cheshire, England.)