Every day NHK Radio Japan has a broadcast on 927 kHz from Duchanbe, Tajikistan. This broadcast is in the Urdu language and can be heard between 17.00 and 17.30 UTC. I heard them on November 06, 2014 in this quality: NHK Radio Japan 927 kHz.mp3. The QSL was filled in the Urdu Language. The location of the transmitter ( تاجکستان ) is mention under the frequency "927 kHz" and it means "Republic of Tajikistan".
As annual on Christmas Eve, there was a transmission with the Alexanderson 200 kW alternator on VLF 17.2 kHz from Grimeton Radio/SAQ. In the mp3 audio file Grimeton Radio-SAQ Transmission 17.2 kHz .mp3 you hear this message that was broadcast in the Morse code.
I used a Beverage antenna from 370 metres long on 43° (without Balun!). Reception reports you could send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or to Alexander - Grimeton Veteranradios Vaenner, Radiostationen, Grimeton 72S-432 98 GRIMETON, SWEDEN.
Radio Activity broadcast in the weekends on 1395 kHz medium wave. It is an initiative of 3 radio fans that started with this radio adventure in October 2014. Radio Activity using a transmitter with 140 watts of power and an "inverted L" antenna, fully self-built (52 meters long with 40 wired radials). I could hear them in Belgium on January 03, 2015 in this quality: Radio Activity 1395 kHz.mp3. The QSL address is Radioactivity1395@libero.it.
NDR Info Spezial ended all medium wave broadcasts on 13 January 2015 around 09.30 CET. I listened to their last evening broadcast via the transmitter in Hamburg on 972 kHz and heard this announcement: NDR Info Spezial, Germany 972 kHz.mp3. I got for my reception report (after 4 days!) the QSL card below. My report was sent to email@example.com.
I received religious station Trans World Radio on 999 kHz from the Grigoriopol site in Moldova with a program to Russia: Trans World Radio, Moldova 999 kHz.mp3. My report was sent to TWR - EUROPE, Vienna Office, Frequency Coördination, Trans World Radio , Postfach 141, A-1235 Vienna, AUSTRIA and via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This station is only on the air at Christmas. Last year I heard him on 6211 kHz in the 48 m-band. The reception was very good this time: Radio Mistletoe 6211 kHz.mp3. Mistletoe is planning on going on the air again this coming Christmas with a special tenth Mistletoe anniversary show and maybe a special QSL. The QSL address is email@example.com.
Currently Radio Mi Amigo is very active on the short wave. On 28 December there was a test broadcast from Sala in Sweden on 6065 kHz in the lower site band mode. So was the audio quality not good: Radio Mi Amigo 6065 kHz LSB.mp3. On January 03 there was a test broadcast on 6070 kHz from the transmitter “Channel 292” in Rohrbach, Germany. Radio Mi Amigo is really an example in sending a QSL Card in response for a correct reception report! More Radio Mi Amigo short wave information is on http://www.radiomiamigo.es/shortwave/. The e-mail address for reception reports is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last year there was back a Radio Nord Revival. I heard the station on August 23, 2014 with a fair signal on 6065 kHz: Radio Nord Revival, Sweden 6065 kHz.mp3. Recently I got for that broadcast following QSL. The QSL address was Ronny Forslund, Radio Nord Revival, Vita Huset, 17995 Svartsjö, Sweden. More info about this broadcast is there on http://radionordrevival.blogspot.be/.