[Update, September 8, 2016: rae.com.ar may be compromised or attacking – be careful, and don’t enter without reliable virus-detecting software. http://www.radionacional.com.ar/ – see picture below – appears to be alright.]
[Update, July 15, 2016: RAE’s website appears to be back online. The morning shortwave broadcast in English at 03:00 UTC was also quite readable.]
Argentina’s foreign radio, Radio Argentina al Exterior (RAE) broadcasts in Spanish, Portuguese, English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, and Chinese, on 11710,5 kHz during the second half of the night (UTC), and on frequencies from 15343,7 to 15345 kHz during daytime and until midnight.
Unfortunately, modulation on shortwave is currently bad, and much of what is said is hardly understandable.
To add to the trouble, the radio station’s official website is currently under maintenance.
However, the foreign radio livestream can be found on Radio Nacional – http://www.radionacional.com.ar/
A dropdown menu can be found on the website’s top-right, and you can choose RAE from there:
Provided that RAE is on the air or livestream (which isn’t the case 24 hours a day), the station can be heard, usually in good quality.