Welcome aboard our group . I don't speak Spanish myself either but after being here in the North Atlantic for the past 7 years I've sort of got an ear for Spanish from hearing all the Transatlantics from Spain here in Newfoundland nightly.
I've found through my own experience that repitition is the key, listening to a Spanish station over several different times for a lengthy period each time can help.
Even though a person may not fully understand the entire speech, certain words similar to English in amongst the speech tend to stand out as recognizable to the listener.
As John Cereghin in Deleware mentioned the top of the hour at ID time is probably the best time to figure out what the station is , but even off the top of the hour I've found through this method of repitition it has yielded me some great catches as well .
Best of DX
St. John's, Newfoundland
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