Understandably, not many DX-ers find it interesting DX-ing Hungarian regional stations on mediumwave. A few of these regional stations – known as Régió Rádiós – can be heard quite regularly in Norway though. The most regular station is probably Régió Rádió Györ which uses both 1116, 1251 and 1350 kHz. I heard them on 1116 kHz at Lista in January 2011. They were all alone on 1116 kHz at 12.00 UTC on a frequency which is usually occupied by UK stations. This 2.2 kilowatt transmitter is located close to the town of Mosonmagyaróvár between Györ and the border with Slovakia.
Sound Engineer Tamás Terenyei confirmed my reception with a letter attached to a nice e-mail.