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May 26, 2024 90 mins

"The Ham Radio Podcast: Connecting Generations Through Waves of Knowledge and Service"

(Updated May 25, 2024 - Produced on January 13, 2024, at the First Christian Church of Wilton Manors, FL by Playidy™)  In the midst of the digital era, where communication often feels fleeting and impersonal, a beacon of connection shines brightly through the waves - "The Ham Radio Podcast." Crafted by FCC Licensed Operator DJ Gary, KQ4AYH, this podcast is more than just a blend of radio, talk, and music; it is a powerful platform that educates and inspires, targeting Generation Z (our younger population), about the profound world of amateur radio operators.

At the heart of this podcast lies a noble mission - to unravel the mystique of ham radio, showing its dual nature as both a captivating hobby and a crucial public service. DJ Gary, with his passion and expertise, unveils the hidden gem of ham radio to a new generation, bridging the gap between tradition and modernity.


FCC Operator DJ Gary (KQ4AYH)

Producer of The Ham Radio Podcast

W2GGI Net Control Operator

Southeast Florida Repeater Network

Member of Davie-Cooper City Amateur Radio Club

Palmetto Amateur Radio Club

Registered CERT - Community Emergency Response Team 

With FEMA/U.S. Department of Homeland Security

(Currently Qualifying for Active Status)

Microsoft Cloud Solutions Provider



Through riveting episodes that combine informative discussions with curated playlists, "The Ham Radio Podcast" captivates listeners, inviting them to explore the vast horizons of amateur radio. From the technical intricacies of radio operation to the thrill of contacting fellow enthusiasts worldwide, episodes either produced by The Ham Radio Podcast or content aggregated from other sources (i.e., American Radio Rely League (ARRL), NASA, the National Weather Service and others) -unfolds a new facet of this captivating world. But beyond the thrill of exploration, "The Ham Radio Podcast" delves into a deeper, more profound purpose - preparing the younger population for times of crisis.