During my visit to Edinburgh, I could hear the program from BBC Radio Wales on 882kHz in midnight, just prior to relay of BBC WS. Toady, I received the confirmation letter from Paul Forde, Deputy Editor, BBC Radio Wales.
When I stayed at Edinburgh, I heard Manx Radio of Isle of Man on 1368kHz with good reception condition. Yesterday, Ed Rixon, Broadcast Engineer also a amateur radio operator, e-mailed me the confirmation of my reception.
"Golos And", Russian program of HCJB, is produced at radio studio "Oktrovenie" in Voronezh of Russia, and broadcast on 13800kHz at 1530-1600UTC (Russian) and 1600-1630 UTC (Chechen) on Saturdays on 13800kHz (via Moosbrunn, AUT). I submitted my reception report to Radio Studio "Oktrovenie" (P.O. Box585, Voronezh, 394036 Russia) and received paper QSL featuring view of Voronezh.
Radio Thailand can be heard with good reception condition on 9390kHz around 1300UTC. I heard their Thai program at 1330-1400UTC on 9390kHz, and e-mailed my reception report with audio clip. Today, I received their QSL - unfortunately, they mentioned frequency as 15590kHz.