Some days I may stick to one band and see what it has to offer over a couple of hours. Or I may try and log all the VOA (or some other station) outlets on the bands at a particular time. At other times I randomly scour several bands to see what they are all like at a particular time of day. And that was this evenings listening pattern. Try a range of bands, usually starting at the highest one that appears to be supporting communication, and slowly work down through all the bands, snipping out stations of interest.
This is what I logged this evening. Nothing outstanding, but an interesting spread of stations.
9925 Khz Phillipines R.Pilipinas 18:31 UTC English. Female announcer. Chat and music. SINPO: 22222 2016-02-11
15400 Khz Ascension Island BBCWS 18:37 UTC English. Discussion about negative interest rates. SINPO: 54444 2016-02-11
15580 Khz Botswana VOA 18:45 UTC English. Music followed by discussion about teaching in Ghana. Part of the ‘Africa News Tonight’ program SINPO: 54444 2016-02-11
11670 Khz India AIR 19:37 UTC English. Maths tutorial program. Strange heterodyne on signal. SINPO: 54455 2016-02-11
9465 Khz USA R Marti 21:32 UTC Spanish. News. Deep QSB at times SINPO: 42333 2016-02-11
7240 Khz Tibet PBS Xizang 21:43 UTC Mandarin. Music. SINPO: 22222 2016-02-11
7485 Khz Kuwait RFE 21:50 UTC Russian. News and magazine program. SINPO: 43333 2016-02-11
6090 Khz Anguila Caribbean Beacon 22:10 UTC English. Religious broadcast SINPO: 21122 2016-02-11
3985 Khz Belarus R Belarus 22:25 UTC German. Music and chat. Female announcer SINPO: 43344 2016-02-11