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 Post subject: Re: Impossible question!
PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 1:46 am 
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Question 2 is this - Is it possible to 'record' a programme from BBC iplayer. I don't have one of those recording machine inventions to record from the TV - there's not much I want to keep these days, but this programme on BBC2 last night was rather special to me
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... peed_King/

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 Post subject: Re: Impossible question!
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Fuckin hell lofty your high maintenance you aren't ya :roll: :wink:

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You can download programs from the BBC iplayer and listen/watch back whenever you want. Just click on 'download options'. But it takes quite a bit of memory so save it on to an external hard drive maybe.

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Yesterday, our local city farm had an Oxford and Cambridge goat race. Bet it was more entertaining than the real thing. X


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Yesterday, our local city farm had an Oxford and Cambridge goat race. Bet it was more entertaining than the real thing. X



Well that's one local city farm that'll be shut down in the next round of cuts. :wink:


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Yesterday, our local city farm had an Oxford and Cambridge goat race. Bet it was more entertaining than the real thing. X


It's April 1st - is this true or are you just kiddin'?


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No it's true! I'm on my phone and am shit at technology. YouTube Oxford and Cambridge goat race 2013. Spitalfields City Farm. Do it every year in aid of the farm, which is a great place where kids can feed the animals and people who have no gardens can grow their own veg.

This is a cause for much happiness, as is the news that the petition to get Iain Duncan Smith to live on £53 a week has reached 21,000 in less than a day. Xx


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loftyeric2 wrote:
Question 2 is this - Is it possible to 'record' a programme from BBC iplayer. I don't have one of those recording machine inventions to record from the TV - there's not much I want to keep these days, but this programme on BBC2 last night was rather special to me
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... peed_King/


I've sent you a PM on Facebook.... :wink:

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Cheers Nick ..>

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loftyeric2 wrote:
Question 2 is this - Is it possible to 'record' a programme from BBC iplayer. I don't have one of those recording machine inventions to record from the TV - there's not much I want to keep these days, but this programme on BBC2 last night was rather special to me
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... peed_King/


I've sent you a PM on Facebook.... :wink:


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Helen - Try this....

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 Post subject: Re: Impossible question!
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Blushes in an embarrassed way, I didn't mean that I wanted Lofty's lovely programme about motorbikes, which I am sure is great and beautiful and interesting... I just wondered how you did it... so that I could save radio stuff. As far as I understand it, you can't podcast radio stuff that contains music because of royalties etc. But I am a manic consumer of radio and it annoys me when it disappears after a few days. Can't keep up with it all!!!!


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helenwatson wrote:
Blushes in an embarrassed way, I didn't mean that I wanted Lofty's lovely programme about motorbikes, which I am sure is great and beautiful and interesting... I just wondered how you did it... so that I could save radio stuff. As far as I understand it, you can't podcast radio stuff that contains music because of royalties etc. But I am a manic consumer of radio and it annoys me when it disappears after a few days. Can't keep up with it all!!!!


You can get stuff off iPlayer this -
1. Download it.
2. Use a programme like this to strip the DRM.

..and it's as simple as that...!!

Alternatively, you could get the audio out cable from your computer and put it into the line-in on a hifi and record that way.

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 Post subject: Re: Impossible question!
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Thanks pet. You are the source of much fantastical information.

Saves me sitting in front of the radio with a tape recorder, 70s stylee. xx


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I've also used this one for downloading radio content http://www.nerdoftheherd.com/tools/radiodld/

You can subscribe to your favourite programme and it will do an automatic download.

I used to ask my mum to tape John Peel and Andy Kershaw's shows when I was out of an evening. I remember coming home one night and she said "did you know there's a group called The Nipple Erectors?" :*:


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