I am sharing a human-readable program grid for the 12 WRMI transmitters, formatted as a Google Sheet spreadsheet and downloadable for your personal use.
For those of us that enjoy shortwave, WRMI has some outstanding programming spread among 12 transmitters. Unfortunately, the schedule grid that they publish is not easy to navigate. WRMI has made several decisions in their grid, including mixing UTC/ET times, using sub-grids (System grids), and ordering stations by internal transmitter number rather than frequency. These choices are not easy for a shortwave listener (SWL) to navigate and can be a source of frustration.
I have composed a new grid organized by frequency. This grid collapses all the sub-grids (System grids) into the main document and is tabbed by UTC weekday. On the left-hand column, UTC times and EST are shown side by side.
I maintain this grid and will try to keep it up-to-date and apace of WRMI’s frequent schedule revisions. Feel free to report any updates or programming changes to me at email@example.com