As most of those speakers speak quite fast and most of them in a - at least to me - foreign language I record them if necessary.
Of course with the laptop.....a simple Line cable is all additional hardware you need :
Connect the Headphones- or the Line Output of your Receiver to the input on the souncard of your laptop (often signed with a red microphone)
Start the Audio recorder (given you use WIN XP) Start -> All Programs -> Accessories
-> Media -> Audiorecorder.
Audiorecorder in Windows XP
Now you should already hear the Radio signal through your soundcard, from your PC Speakers - just press the red "Record" button:
Tape is rolling...
You don´t hear the signal? Have a look atEdit -> Audio Preferences to set the Input and Output volume.
Frequencies and Schedules you find on the Internet, wether on the homepages of the Radio Stations, on official homepages like BSH
or British Admiralty (List of Radiosignals) or on many private homepages.
A few of them below....
Your SSB Receiver can do much more together with your laptop, more: here .