Hello Hurek. I am just reading about your story of RPW and what type program they are transmitting on AM band, exactly on 1449 kHz and why they wanted to stay there, not moving to FM. My hobby is dx-listening and during the last three years I have been very lucky with hearing Surabayan radio station on AM band here in Finland.
Those three stations are Radio Yasmara on 1152 kHz, Radio Sangkakala on 1062 kHz and yesterday evening I understood that I have heard also Radio Pertanian Wonocolo on 1449 kHz 31st of December 2013.
Listening of those stations has been highlight of my hobby. Some years ago I was keeping that impossible, but when I heard Radio Sangkakala and Radio Yasmara the same evening 9th of October 2011, I started to believe that some other station could be possible. Recent years Indonesia was full of private and pirate radio stations on AM band, now it seems that only few are left and some new pirate stations has appeared.
On attached MP3 files you can hear what they sound here in Finland, more than 10000 km distance from Surabaya. Radio Sangkakala is having 10 kW transmitter and you can hear them very clearly. Radio Yasmara is having morning pray and RPW was sending live or recorded puppet theater with Gamelan music. RPW is having the weakest signal, it is better to use headphones when listening these MP3 audio files.
I hope that you have some contacts to these three stations, at least to RPW. I have tried to reach them by email, twitter or Facebook without any good result. If you could help me with proper email to the right person working on this station I would like ask them to verify reception here in Finland.
I am not anymore collecting so much these verification as a young boy, but Indonesian AM stations on the AM band are like gems and will be the nicest memories of this long lasting hobby. I started already 1969 and still spend some periods with this hobby. It is good counterweight to my work as a sales director.
I noticed that your blog is having many visitors, now you have one reader also from Finland.