As annual on Christmas Eve, there was a transmission with the Alexanderson 200 kW alternator on VLF 17.2 kHz from Grimeton Radio/SAQ. This year the broadcast was at December 24 at 08.00 UTC. In this mp3 audio file you hear the message that was broadcast in the Morse code: SAQ 17.2 kHz 24.12.15 - 08.00 UTC.mp3. I used a Beverage antenna from 385 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.
Channel Z is a low power station from North America and has been on the air since November 2004. I heard the station when he was in the air on 6150.5 kHz AM with 25 watt of power:
Channel Z is really a DX station on the short wave! The QSL address is channelzradio(at)gmail.com. A reception report or mp3 audio file is 100% confirmed with a detailed E-QSL:
I received Harbour Light of the Windwards in the night of 9 January at 03.00 UTC. The reception was fair to good: Harbour Lights, Grenada 1400 kHz 09.01.16 - 03.00 UTC.mp3.They have an interesting page on the internet that describes the transmitting equipment: www.harbourlightradio.org/page25.html. After just 1 day I got this nice QSL:
The broadcasts on 1440 kHz ended with the national anthem of Luxembourg: RTL Signing off1440 kHz 31.12.15 - 00.00 UTC.mp3. I sent my very last reception report to: Broadcasting Center Europe,TV and Radio Transmissions, 45 Blvd. Pierre Frieden, L-1543 Luxembourg, Luxembourg.