Pop Shop Radio goes around the world to bring you great stuff from all over.
We play a whole variety of pop music, such as records from the 1960s and 1970s
that were played on Top-40 radio stations not only in North America but also
on offshore radio and stations like Radio Luxembourg. To make it fun, we also
include stuff that didn't make the Top 10 and even reach back into the 1930s to
the 1950s to dig up great sounds at 45 and 78 RPM. We like to show that music
doesn't have to be in English to be great. Stopping off in places like Sweden,
Finland, the Czech and Slovak Republics, Germany, France, Brazil, South Africa,
Singapore, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand we find cool records for you to
groove to! We mix it all in the style of Top-40 radio of the 1960s and 1970s
with jingles and real records played by a real DJ. We are everything that the
boring FM corporate stations that have no personality and say they play the
best variety are not. Last, but not least, Pop Shop Radio is made in the town
of Hope in (super, natural) British Columbia in Canada.
From the Town of Hope in super, natural
British Columbia in Canada:
We are Pop Shop Radio!
Canada's International Voice on Shortwave
NEWS FROM POP SHOP RADIO
Our broadcasts from Europe:
Channel 292 is running a revised schedule after their chief
enginner broke his leg whilst working on the antenna. We
are currently on 3955 and 6070 khz as well as on 15770 from
WRMI at 2000UT Sundays for Europe!
Check us out on Twitter for exact times and frequencies
Check out our menu to find out how and when to listen to us on shortwave,
an archive of our past shows, a map of where our listeners live and
We are Canada's international voice to the world.
Want to be a cool kid around the lunch table at school? Get a Pop Shop Radio
QSL card and and EXCLUSIVE Pop Shop radio sticker! You'll be the envy of all
the other kids.
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Not only will we eQSL but we'll send a real QSL card, a sticker, and from time
to time other goodies to you.
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