This article is from the Public Radio FAQ, by Rich Kulawiec email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
NPR and PRI (Public Radio Int'l, formerly APR) can be heard overseas
via satellite...to get the info you want, e-mail to:
Be sure and tell the folks there where you are writing from, they are
trying to gauge what kind of listenership NPR (and PRI) have overseas,
and what kind of interest there is in this service.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Daniel Atkinson) writes:
All Things Considered can be heard on AFN in Europe on Mediumwave.
The best signal is on 873khz, and 1107 and 1143 are also used. I
think the morning edition is also aired too, most probably in
our mornings if I correctly recall their ads for it. It's best
just to listen around to find interesting programmes and note
their time. Around this time of year (December) AFN can propagate
the best part of 24hrs on 873khz. ATC is aired at about
21/22 UTC or sometime around that. Reception isn't brilliant,
but it's listenable.