Over 40 years of European Music Radio since February 1976 with over 300 Transmissions.
On this website you will find information as to why the station was started, along with events in our Pirate and Legal History.
Please click on the tabs at the top of each page for more information and links.
European Music Radio
The Coolest Music on Shortwave in Europe and North America
6070 via Channel 292 - 9485 via MV Baltic R & 7490 via WBCQ
All the best for 2017!
EMR will be off air until Further Notice.
More Information is on our Contact Page!
What you can find out on the EMR Website:
A flash back to Tom's Pirate day's between 1965 to 1976 Studio pictures and AJ Beirens
Information, pictures and recordings from the Pirate day's of EMR EMR goes Legal and our latest Programmes
EMR's Transmission Dates & Times + Station Contact Details Station Presenters and recordings of the DJ's
QSL cards from 1976 to 2017 Listeners emails and Letters with Off Air Recordings
Information Sheets & Stickers from 1976 to 2017 More than 70 interesting Blogs & Websites
Our Contact page is where you will find out all you need to know about our Shortwave Relays, what's coming up on our programme schedules over the next few months, along with our contact mailing address, email and phone Number .
All the latest EMR Relay Information and station contact details are on our
E M R Transmits to Europe & the USA Every 3rd Saturday & Sunday of the Month
This is the New European Music Radio Website by Tom Taylor
Tom Taylor September 2017
Welcome to the New European Music Radio Website, here you can find out more about my back ground in pirate radio and why EMR
was started back in 1976, along with the stations complete history right up to the present day.
Along the way you can look back to how the station became a Legal Broadcaster from a very small low powered Pirate station in 1976.
There is also my story on how I (Tom Taylor) started up my interest in radio back in 1965 with some recordings of the stations that I
have worked on back in the 1970s.
Listeners who remember the original broadcasts from the 1970s and 1980s will enjoy there visit to the New EMR Website.
I would welcome any memories or recordings from listeners about the stations history over the past years, which maybe included in this Website in the future.