I'm working on it today & am by the computer, so I thought I should take in a few Europirates via the computer and post.
Via Twente, Netherlands web receiver:1631, 1530 Station on a few minutes earlier with schlager music & talk in Dutch by a male announcer. Not sure if same station or different, but a bit of schlager & talk in Dutch. My guess at the ID is "Bambreaker," but this doesn't match up with anything on the UKDXer station list, so I'm sure that I butchered the ID
1666, 1525-1533* '70s British pop music. Off mid-song. Excellent signal
1644.95, 1539+ Weak signal, man talking in Dutch & schlager music
1656, 1540-1554* Schlager, very strong. Heard the ID a few times and it sure sounds like "Radio Cairo" to me, but again, I'm not finding this ID on the UKDXer station list.
1640-1660v, 1556 Schlager with the signal changing frequency & varying all over the place. Only looked like one sideband of audio was there and couldn't see the carrier, but it sounded OK in AM (so not an SSB transmitter). Maybe it was FMing? Back on at 1601 & I watched the signal go from around 1610 to 1660 kHz, then drop down to roughly 1646 kHz.
1657, 1622-1629* Much older-sounding instrumental schlager, maybe from WWII or earlier? Into pieces of '70s pop and country songs. Didn't hear any talk
1667->1670, 1630-1640* Variety of schlager, cut a few songs mid-song. Sounds like the station that was on 1657 a few minutes earlier. Some talk, but missed it because I was in the kitchen
1630, 1643+ Weak with Booker T & the MGs "Green Onions" (a song I actually know!). Johnny Cash "I Walk Alone" around 1715 UTC
1613.7, 1720+ Weak/fair with '70s (Dutch, I think) pop music. Yodeling schlager song at 1734
R. Nordzee: 1635, *1800-1806* Huge carrier & signal. Male announcer talking over '60s radio production music in Dutch
1670, *1808+ Polka. Male announcer, but I didn't hear anything that sounded like an ID
1615, 1830+ Archies "Sugar, Sugar" Huge signal cut right at 9 kHz wide, a bit distorted, CCR "Green River" (live) & "Proud Mary," 5th Dimension "Age of Aquarius," Led Zeppelin "Whole Lotta Love"