Table Explanations

Winter and summer tables are on seperate worksheets, accessed by the tabs on the bottom of the visible table

Start and End time:  Universal time, about 6 hours ahead of Texas time, 24 hour format.  These times are when I heard the reception and usually represent a subset of the actual broadcast interval.  Commonly they start and end when a powerful competing station begins or ends on the same or a nearby frequency.  This table is a subset of thousands of receptions.  Each row in the table usually represents many receptions.

"ext. ant.": Whether this reception benefits greatly from an external antenna for satisfactory
 listening  (yes or no)

Capital letters:  none used on this data set, which came from Microsoft Access into Excel.

Music Type: Pardon my lack of  knowledge on the music styles.  Nothing derogatory is meant if  I accidentally mis-identify a style.  There are enormous variations, just in the Mideast and also in the Greek and Spanish styles.

Errors: Because stations commonly change both broadcast times and frequencies from year to year, the table becomes progressively less accurrate with time.  I spot-checked the winter table about 6 months after I finished it, at the start of this winter season,  and found its accurracy already degraded to only 65%  accurrate.