Our new t-shirts are arriving soon! Inspired by vintage QSL cards, the new design is printed on a high-quality, desert pink, tri-blend t-shirt and features retro Thai radio graphics, including transmission towers and an elephant with ornamental houdah.
QSL cards are a form of postcard exchanged between radio listeners, ham operators, and stations as a confirmation of reception. Dating back to the 1920s, these cards are now a collector's item among radio enthusiasts.
For now, shirts are only available in M, L & XL. We're told the sizes in this shirt run small. (Please note that the image above is a lo-res proof. The final product will feature a hi-res image that is sharp and clear).
Radio is a Foreign Country is made possible with the support and generosity of our listeners. Please consider supporting us using the Paypal link below. You can make a one-time donation or a recurring monthly donation of $5 or more. Your support will help us cover basic operating expenses, purchase unique and rare sound recordings to share with you here, and launch new projects. Those who make a donation of $50 or more ($75 international) will get a t-shirt, a qsl postcard, and 3 digital mixtapes.