Thailand radio audio archive

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Audio recordings in mp3 format of radio stations in Thailand by location.

Location Frequency Station File Approximate file size Notes
BANGKOK
Bangkok
540 kHz
Yaan Kraw haa-sii-suun (5-4-0) (Yan Kraw "Military Armoured Car" Radio Station, Saraburi Cavalry Centre)
1.2 MB
ID, 0305 UTC on 22 Jun 2008 following news, then lead in to Buddhist religious programme.
Bangkok
576 kHz
Tor. Chor. Dor. -- Tamruat Trawen Chaidaen (Border Patrol Police), Bang Khen, Bangkok
5.3 MB
End of song about Border Patrol Police, news from National Police Office, song and finally ID about 10 mins 25 secs in. 0800 UTC on 21 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
594 kHz
Phon Por. Tor. Or. -- Kohng Phon Thahaan Peun Yai Tohsue Aakaat Yaan (Anti-Aircraft Artillery Division)
1.41 MB
ID, ads and lead in to next programme. 0210 UTC on 20 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
657 kHz
Jor. Sor. 1 -- Krom Thahaan Suesaan (Army Signals Dept), Bang Sue, Bangkok
510 kB
ID, 0110 UTC on 20 Jun 2008 following news, then lead in to next programme.
Bangkok
657 kHz
Jor. Sor. 1 -- Krom Thahaan Suesaan (Army Signals Dept), Bang Sue, Bangkok
210 kB
2001
Bangkok
675 kHz
Sor. Thor. Ror. 2 -- Siang Jaak Thahaan Reua (Voice of the Navy), Bang Na, Bangkok
710 kB
ID, 0310 UTC on 21 Jun 2008 following news, then lead in to following programme.
Bangkok
837 kHz
Sor. Wor. Thor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Haeng Pratheet Thai (Radio Thailand), Government Public Relations Department (PRD)
2.1 MB
Radio Thailand Education Service 2. Interval signal and sign-off for lunchtime break at 0430 UTC on 22 Jun 2008. ID and frequency announcement about 1 min 05 secs in. Closes with song of the Thai Government Public Relations Department.
Bangkok
873 kHz
Wor. Kor. Thor. Mor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krachaisiang Krung Theep Mahaanakhon (Bangkok Radio Station), Bangkok Metropolitan Authority
1.95 MB
Quotation from the king, ID, lead in to next programme and song about Bangkok, followed by ad for Thon Buri Hospital.
Bangkok
918 kHz
Sor. Wor. Thor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Haeng Pratheet Thai (Radio Thailand), Government Public Relations Department (PRD), in English
330 kB
Beginning of midnight UTC news in English, Jan 2001
Bangkok
945 kHz
Thor. Or. 01 -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Thahaan Aakaat (Air Force Radio Station), Minburi, Bangkok
990 kB
Quotation from King Adulyadet Bhumipol followed by ID and lead in to next programme, 0200 UTC on 21 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
963 kHz
Phon Mor. Song -- Sathaanii Witthayu Kongphon Thahaan Maa Thii Song (Second Cavalry Division)
893 kB
ID (about 35 secs in), 0305 UTC on 20 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
981 kHz
Mor. Thor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Mahawitthayalai Thammasat (Thammasat University Radio Station)
1 MB
ID, just before news at 1000 UTC on 20 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
999 kHz
Phon Neung Ror. Or. -- Kong Phon Thii Neung Raksaa Phra Ong (1st Infantry Division, Royal Guard)
860 kB
ID and frequency announcement for all Phon Neung Ror. Or frequencies, followed by specific announcement for 999 kHz, lead in to next programme and Carpenters song. 0205 UTC on 20 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1035 kHz
Neung Por. Nor. Phaak Phiseet -- Krom Praisanii Thoralek (Special Section, Post & Telegraph Department Radio Station), Laksi, Bangkok
650 kB
ID and frequency announcement, brief news bulletin, and two more announcements of ID and frequency. 0400 UTC on 22 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1053 kHz
Mor. Thor. Bor. Sip-Et / "Suan Mitsakawan" -- Monthon Thahaan Bok Thii Sip-Et (11th Military Circle)
435 kB
ID and frequency announcement, 1330 UTC on 20 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1089 kHz
Neung Por. Nor. (Post and Telegraph Department)
220 kB
As you can hear, reception of this frequency was usually poor in Central Bangkok (2001).
Bangkok
1107 kHz
Mor. Kor. -- Mahaawitthayalai Kaseetsaat (Kasetsart University Radio Network), Bang Khen, Bangkok
1.26 MB
ID and frequency announcement for all stations in the Mor. Kor. network (about 1 min 45 sec in), 1000 UTC on 21 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1143 kHz
Or. Sor. Mor. Thor. -- Ongkaan Suesaan Muanchon Haeng Prathet Thai (Mass Communications Organisation of Thailand, MCOT)
690 kB
ID as 'Neung neung sii saam' (1-1-4-3) following end of news bulletin and trailer for Olympics programming on TV, 0205 UTC on 21 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1161 kHz
Wor. Sor. Sor. -- Witthayu Seuksaa (Educational Radio Station, Dept of Non-Formal Education, Ministry of Education)
1.12 MB
ID and frequency announcement following relay of Radio Thailand news at 0030 UTC on 21 Jun 2008, then lead in to Englsh language teaching programme "Be My Guest".
Bangkok
1179 kHz
Sor. Sor. Sor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Siang Saam Yot (Crime Suppression Division, Royal Thai Police), Lat Phrao, Bangkok
893 kB
Weather report concluding news from National Police Office, then ID and jingle about 45 secs in, 1105 UTC on 21 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1269 kHz
Khor. Sor. Thor. Bor. -- Krom Kaan Khon Song Thahaan Bok (Army Transportation Dept)
1.26 MB
End of Army Radio Network news, commercials, ID about 1 min 55 secs in. 0905 UTC on 20 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1287 kHz
Sor. Or. Thor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krom Utiniyom Witthayaa (Meteorological Department)
320 kB
End of weather report, ID and frequency announcement. 0208 UTC on 21 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1305 kHz
Yaan Kraw neung-saam-haa (1-3-0-5) (Yan Kraw "Military Armoured Car" Radio Station, Saraburi Cavalry Centre)
470 kB
End of Army Radio Network News, ID and frequency announcement. 0305 UTC on 20 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1305 kHz
Yan Kraw Radio Station
180 kB
2001
Bangkok
1332 kHz
Or. Sor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Amphon Sathaan, Phraraatchawang Dusit (Amphon Sathan Throne Radio Station, Dusit Palace)
1.52 MB
ID, relay of time signal and anthem from Radio Thailand, a further ID and lead in to next programme, 1100 UTC on 21 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1350 kHz
Phon Neung Ror. Or. -- Kong Phon Thii Neung Raksaa Phra Ong (1st Infantry Division, Royal Guard)
350 kB
ID and commercial, 0202 UTC on 21 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1386 kHz
Sathaanii Witthayu Pheua Kaan Kaseet (Agricultural Radio Station, Department of Agricultural Extension)
512 kB
End of announcement, jingle, ID and lead in to farming news, 0155 UTC on 21 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1422 kHz
Phon Neung Ror. Or. -- Kong Phon Thii Neung Raksaa Phra Ong (1st Infantry Division, Royal Guard)
715 kB
ID and lead in to Buddhist religious programme, 0408 UTC on 22 Jun 2008.
Bangkok
1521 kHz
Sathaanii Witthayu 919 (kao-neung-kao) -- (Radio Station 919, Armed Forces Development Command, Supreme Command HQ)
130 kB
2001
Bangkok
92.0 MHz
Wor. Sor. Sor. -- Witthayu Seuksaa (Educational Radio Station, Dept of Non-Formal Education, Ministry of Education)
400 kB
2001. End of morning BBC Thai Service relay, ID, and over to Radio Thailand news at midnight UTC.
BURI RAM [BURIRAM]
Buri Ram [Buriram]
1593 kHz
Neung Por. Nor. -- Krom Praisanii Thoralek (Post & Telegraph Department)
55 kB
107 kB
Jingle and ID
CHIANG MAI
Chiang Mai
711 kHz
Wor. Phor. Thor. -- Witthayu Krom Kaan Phalang Ngaan Thahaan (Defence Energy Department), Mae Rim, Chiang Mai
685 kB
ID and frequency announcement at 1102 UTC on 27 Jun 2008.
Chiang Mai
738 kHz
Wor. Por. Thor. 2 -- Witthayu Prajaam Thin (Local Radio, Communications Division, Army Signals Department)
592 kB
ID and frequency announcement at 1005 UTC on 27 Jun 2008.
Chiang Mai
918 kHz
Sor. Wor. Phor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Phitaksantiraat (Communications Division, Royal Thai Police), Mae Rim, Chiang Mai
540 kB
ID and frequency announcement at 0905 UTC on 27 Jun 2008, following end of news bulletin from Bangkok.
Chiang Mai
1152 kHz
Ror. Dor. -- Krom Kaan Raksaa Dindaen (Territorial Defence Department)
830 kB
ID and frequency announcement at 1010 UTC on 27 Jun 2008, following end of news bulletin from Bangkok.
Chiang Mai
1323 kHz
Thor. Or. 013 -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Thahaan Aakaat (Air Force Radio Station)
680 kB
ID and frequency announcement at 1002 UTC on 27 Jun 2008, following end of news bulletin from Bangkok, leading in to Buddhist religious talk.
Chiang Mai
1476 kHz
Sor. Wor. Thor -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Hang Pratheet Thai (Radio Thailand, Government Public Relations Department, PRD)
2.9 MB
Radio Thailand Chiang Mai in minority languages for hill tribes in Northern Thailand, 0230 UTC on 24 Jun 2008. ID about 3 mins 40 secs in.
CHIANG RAI
Chiang Rai
801 kHz
Thor. Or. 015 -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Thahaan Aakaat (Air Force Radio Station), Mae Lao, Chiang Rai
360 kB
2001
Chiang Rai
1179 kHz
Sathaanii Witthayu 914 (kao-neung-sii) -- Samnakngaan Phatthanaa Phaak Saam, Nuai Banchaakaan Thahaan Phatthanaa, Kong Banchaakaan Thahaan Suungsut (Development Office Region 3, Armed Forces Development Command, Supreme Command HQ), Mae Chan, Chiang Rai
130 kB
2001
Chiang Rai
1395 kHz
Sathaanii Witthayu 914 (kao-neung-sii) -- Samnakngaan Phatthanaa Phaak Saam, Nuai Banchaakaan Thahaan Phatthanaa, Kong Banchaakaan Thahaan Suungsut (Development Office Region 3, Armed Forces Development Command, Supreme Command HQ), Mae Chan, Chiang Rai
570 kB
2001
KHON KAEN
Khon Kaen
603 kHz
Wor. Por. Thor. 12 -- Witthayu Prajaam Thin (Local Radio, Communications Division, Army Signals Department)
200 kB
 
Khon Kaen
603 kHz
Wor. Por. Thor. 12 -- Witthayu Prajaam Thin (Local Radio, Communications Division, Army Signals Department)
1.65 MB
End of army network news at 0700 UTC on 8 Oct 2008, ads, local ID 2 mins 35 secs in, and into music programme.
Khon Kaen
621 kHz
Sor. Wor. Sor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Haeng Pratheet Thai Pheua Kaan Seuksaa (National Education Radio, Government Public Relations Department)
660 kB
End of news relay and local ID at 1330 UTC, 9 Oct 2008.
Khon Kaen
1044 kHz
Kor. Wor. Sor. 5 -- Kit Kaan Witthayu Krajaisiang (Radio & TV Division, Army Signals Department), Ban Phai
220 kB
2001.
Khon Kaen
1044 kHz
Kor. Wor. Sor. 5 -- Kit Kaan Witthayu Krajaisiang (Radio & TV Division, Army Signals Department), Ban Phai
1 MB
ID and ads, then into music programmes at 0610 UTC on 9 Oct 2008.
Khon Kaen
1107 kHz
Thor. Phor. Song -- Kong Thap Phaak Thii Song (2nd Army Area)
735 kB
Ad, ID with rather poor audio, and into music. 0412 UTC on 8 Oct 2008.
Khon Kaen
1152 kHz
Ror. Dor. -- Krom Kaan Raksaa Dindaen (Territorial Defence Dept)
650 kB
Two forms of ID (abbreviated and full) and into music programme, 0312 UTC on 8 Oct 2008.
NAKHON PATHOM
Nakhon Pathom
1368 kHz
Thor. Or. -- Witthayu Krajaisiang Thahaan Aakaat (Air Force Radio Station)
250 kB
ID, May 2003
NAKHON RATCHASIMA [KHORAT]
Nakhon Ratchasima [Khorat]
729 kHz
Sor. Wor. Thor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Haeng Pratheet Thai (Radio Thailand, Government Public Relations Department)
860 kB
End of local news, ID and into local programming. 2350 UTC on 10 Oct 2008.
Nakhon Ratchasima [Khorat]
990 kHz
Sor. Wor. Phor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Phitaksantiraat (Communications Division, Royal Thai Police)
1.3 MB
End of police network news from Bangkok, then local ID. 1105 UTC on 10 Oct 2008.
Nakhon Ratchasima [Khorat]
1134 kHz
Thor. Phor. Song -- Kong Thap Phaak Thii Song (2nd Army Area)
410 kB
ID and into music, 0607 UTC on 12 Oct 2008.
Nakhon Ratchasima [Khorat]
1431 kHz
Thor. Or. 03 -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Thahaan Aakaat (Air Force Radio Station)
910 kB
ID and ads. 0108 UTC on 11 Oct 2008
SI SA KET [SISAKET, SRISAKET]
Si Sa Ket [Sisaket]
864 kHz
Sor. Wor. Thor. -- Sathaanii Witthayu Krajaisiang Haeng Pratheet Thai (Radio Thailand, Government Public Relations Department, PRD)
230 kB
Closing announcement, 2001.
Si Sa Ket [Sisaket]
95.0 MHz
Or. Sor. Mor. Thor. -- Ongkaan Suesaan Muanchon Haeng Pratheet Thai (Mass Communications Organisation of Thailand, MCOT)
400 kB
Or. Sor. Mor. Thor. jingles and ID for stations in Si Sa Ket and Yasothon, 2001.
SONGKHLA
Hat Yai, Songkhla Province
738 kHz
Wor. Por. Thor. 5 -- Witthayu Prajam Thin (Local Radio, Army Signals Department)
220 kB
ID, May 2003
SUPHAN BURI [SUPHANBURI]
Suphan Buri
1404 kHz
Thor. Phor. Neung -- -- Kohng Thap Phaak Thii Neung (1st Army Area)
160 kB
ID, May 2003
SURIN
Surin
666 kHz
Thor. Phor. Song -- -- Kohng Thap Phaak Thii Song (2nd Army Area)
160 kB
Closing announcement
Surin
756 kHz
Kor. Wor. Sor. 1 -- Kit Kaan Witthayu Krajaisiang (Radio & TV Division, Army Signals Department)
100 kB
ID after news at 0304 UTC, intro into Thai Country Music programme, and beginning of commercial