It’s worthwhile tuning to the Voice of Russia as they cover the summer cultural festivals in St Petersburg. The White Nights festival celebrates the long light evenings in the city at this time of year. Programmes such as Music and Musicians with presenters Olga Fyodorova and Olga Shapovalova provide over 45 minutes of interesting material, just one of many musical programmes. See also: http://www.saint-petersburg.com/weather/summer.asp
Try the following times: 0600 to 0700 UTC on 1323kHz mw and 15405kHz; 0700 to 0900 UTC on 1251, 1323 and 15405kHz; 1400 to 1500 UTC on 1251, 4975 and 11500kHz; 11985 and 12040kHz should see you through the rest of the afternoon and evening, then at 2200 UTC try 9800kHz.
You can contact the station by email email@example.com and by post to Voice of Russia, 25 Pyatnitskaya St., Moscow, 115326, Russia. If you go to the contact page on their website you can even print out a Freepost envelope to send a letter free of charge. Although not sure why yu would do this - if you can communicate by email then surely you would, or you would write a traditional letter and just post it. Anyway... http://english.ruvr.ru/
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