Panjab Radio in North London has been heard quite frequently on 1584 kHz at Lista during the past couple of years, including at our last DX-pedition in March. Panjab Radio has been broadcasting on 1584 kHz since 2015 when it acquired the licence of London Turkish Radio. While London Turkish Radio was a very hard catch, it is significantly easier to pick up the signal of Panjab Radio. Obviously, Panjab Radio must have improved their transmitter and/or antenna. Panjab Radio is easily recognizable playing Indian or Pakistani music, often along with dominant station Radio Tay in Scotland.
Surjit Singh Ghuman MBE, Managing Director of Panjab Radio, confirmed my audio clip and also mentions the station is available even on DAB in Oslo catering the Pakistani community in the Norwegian capital. Their mediumwave transmitter on 1584 kHz broadcast with an output power of 200 watts.