Karobi Hazarika, Japan
“I found today’s program more informative and exciting. I am fond of poetry, I actually love it very much”.
Brian Kendall, UK
“Your first item in the news was also, not surprisingly, the first item in the news bulletins here in the United Kingdom. The cyber-attacks are evidently causing considerable problems for our National Health Service. It does seem particularly deplorable that a service devoted to curing people and keeping them well should come under attack in this way. Let us hope that better systems can be devised for the NHS and that other national health services are not attacked in the same way. Let us hope, too, that Europol is successful in its work. With every good wish, Brian Kendall”.
Emiel F.A.J. Stopler, the Netherlands.
“As a shortwave radio enthusiast, I enjoyed the programme very much”.
Paul B. Walker, Jr., USA
“I haven't sent you any reports lately because listening from Alaska proved tough. Whether it was poor atmospheric conditions or extreme cold weather, my attempts to listen to RRI were often ruined. However, I moved and live in a region where the RRI signal is fantastic. I moved to Warren, Pennsylvania. We are a town of 10,000 people in the far northwest corner of the state, 90 minutes eats of Erie Pennsylvania, 2 1/2 hours northeast of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and 30 minutes south of Jamestown, NY. In several days of listening, it appears your East Coast North America signals on 7375khz and 9730khz at 0000UTC seem to be very strong, steady and clear most days. The 2030UTC broadcast on 9610khz and 11850khz seem to be fair and listenable, but not as strong as the 7375khz/9730khz broadcasts later in the day. To listen to your broadcasts I use a Tecsun PL880 radio, Doxy-tronics tuneable magnetic loop and a DX Engineering HF PreAmp.”
Brant Hunt, USA
“Listening to you guys on 7430 kHz. I do listen to some of your programs on my mobile phone. Keep up the good work! Thank you for telling me about your wonderful work. Also learning about your history with a program dealing with World War I and also a history of Eastern European History via the Great Course Ploua taught by a professor who is from Eastern Europe. Thanks again!”
Akira Takei, Japan.
“I am happy to hear your broadcast today. I drink wine made in France, Germany, Italy and Chile. I have not drunk Romanian wine, but I want to”.
Tjang Pak Ning, Indonesia
“Again a warm greetings from Indonesia. How are things getting on in the studio of Radio Romania International in Bucharest ? As always, here is another reception report of RRI in English monitored on May 8th 2017 between 0530 until 0555 UTC on 17760 khz. Today reception was quite unstable with strong propagation and noises. So I can't catch up the whole program in good details”.
Elizabeth Milewicz-Tyson, Australia
“It is with great relief that I finally, after a number of months, was able to listen in to your programs, as the signal strength was much improved. Thank you for an interesting selection of programs and topics. I hope that your technical staff find this report, and the ones which I have sent, of use and I look forward to receiving verification. Fingers crossed for on-going good receptions. Best wishes to your English language staff”.
John Beregi, USA
“Always a pleasure hearing your broadcasts via shortwave”.
Johnelle Roseanna Lakeland, UK
“I’ve changed my name from John Lakeland to Johnelle Roseanna Lakeland. I hope this doesn’t cause too much confusion! I’ve still not had access to my main SDR setup but I do still have 2 portable shortwave radios handy, so have been using those to listen to RRI and other shortwave stations. I normally listen to the full 11:00 UTC and the start of the 22:00 UTC broadcasts when I have time and am very happy that you still have rich and complete programming that is broadcast multiple times so I can listen when I’m free!”