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World Radio TV Handbook 2011 Paperback – 15 Dec 2010

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  • Paperback: 672 pages
  • Publisher: WRTH; 65th Revised edition edition (15 Dec. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0955548136
  • ISBN-13: 978-0955548130
  • Product Dimensions: 14.7 x 2.8 x 22.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,287,652 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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WRT Handbook consistently sets the radio hobby standards. It remains the best, most authoritative and comprehensive radio reference book in the world --Gayle Van Horn, Monitoring Times

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this is a fantastic book....a must have for any serious short wave listener....out of 10,well it would have to be 10....short,sweet and simple.
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This is the must have book for any SWL, radio fan or DXer. Now that the "Passport for world band radio" has gone, this is the only publication on this topic. I hope that in the future it picks up some of the good points from the passport.
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Used to buy this all the time, had a bit of a break, then started to buy it again.It hasnt relly changed at all over the years.However I would like to see more product reviews, and in a language that new dx,ers can understand.
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This book is a must for any shortwave broadcast listener. It is an excellent book detailing everything one would want to know about radio and TV stations worldwide, even down to station manager details e-mails, phone numbers etc. Thousands of frequencies to listen on. A gem of a book to buy and keep close by the shortwave receiver. I started using the WRTH back in the 70s as a keen broadcast listener. Highly recommended.
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This is a magnificent book. I wish that I had discocered it years ago! It contains all that an enthusiastioc radio DXer could possibly want and perhaps more that they ever knew that they needed!!! A reference book that can be read with pleasure.
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There are many FM and SW frequencies missing from this book even from France! Strange this is as FM broadcasts in Ghana for example are listed and yet you have not a doggies chance of hearing these in the UK. But, there are no shortwave frequencies listed for that country. I suppose the publisher could argue that if you lived in West Africa you could find the book useful for FM. Hardly, I mean if you lived in London would you buy the WRTH to check you were listening to Capital FM? You could with the right antenna pick up French FM broadcasts and especially if you are in the SW or SE of the UK. There are many but only a few have been listed. The international section numbers just over 50 pages in this book of 672 pages, and just where are the Summer schedules for the radio stations? They don't change that much every Spring so something could have been listed! If there was a problem with space then why not publish the book twice a year for completeness? No! In my opinion the WRTH book is an ill thought out project that could have been good but isn't and the book is only useful to a listener who only listens to broadcasts in the Winter and hibernates in the Summer. What is the point of that? I would recommend "The Complete Shortwave Listeners Handbook" Yoder Fifth edition as an improvement on the WRTH but even that doesn't have a fully comprehansive list and is some years out of date now. Very disappointed in the WRTH 2011. Will not buy this book again.
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