LLR is a pretty young broadcaster in the world of free radio and it's course of life is not so rich in remarkable events. Our radio station was born as experimental project in 2011. The first test transmission was realized on beginning of September 2011 on a frequency of 75 meter band and consisted of some looped music. Then, on September 16th we were on air with the very first broadcast under name of Long Live Radio, with IDs between songs and email address announcements, that was also on 52 meter band. The same transmitting system was used then as we have now: master oscillator, power amplifier and modulator, all are home-made, built of old vacuum tubes, PC and primitive end-feed long wire as an aerial. We are using such kind of antenna by reason of conspiracy, because this one is the least noticeable among short wave antenna systems. The first reception report for our broadcast on 16th of September 2011 has arrived from Finland. Here were not only regular musical broadcasts and relays of Artem's World Music Show but also "Morse beacon tests", mostly in April 2012. The aim of this tests was to investigate approximate territory, where our signal is still audible. Lot of reception reports were received for these tests as far as from Uzbekistan, etc. In December 2012 we have moved to more popular 48 meter band and received the first reception report from North America (Canada). That was a great event for us, because that place still remains the most distant RX location for our station. Since then we are broadcasting occasionally on frequencies between 6200 and 6400 kHz with amplitude modulation, however some tests on other frequencies are possible too. In brief, our activity is: 1) The fight against stupid laws, which regulate the use of airwaves. 2) The attempt to support and conserve traditional radio technique. 3) The fight against stupid copyrights. In our opinion, a copyright on digital data (digital copy of some product) is absolutely NONSENSE. Any information (non-material object) must be free. 4) The attempt to share interesting and little known music, which could not be heard on other radio stations. Since start of our mission we receive many reception reports from 18 countries of Europe, Asia and North America. About 95% of reports were confirmed by eQSLs. Today LLR mainly focuses on various hard and alternative music from whole world. We hope, this scanty historical outline will be widened by new interesting facts next years. Best regards! 73!