Internet Radio

  johnincrete 05:06 21 May 2009
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Not sure if this is the right forum.
I've just received an email offer from Magix for Webradio Recorder 4 which looks interesting. There's no try before you buy.
Does anyone know how I can find what radio programmes there are available. I can plow through Google but I'm hoping someone has a quick way. I have no interest in modern music which seems to be the popular download & record to mp3 use, just Christian music and preaching.

  laurie53 07:19 21 May 2009

With 30,000 odd stations available there's no way you can find out what's available without "ploughing through"!

Most radios seem to use the Reciva portal, so go to their website and input Christian, Gospel or similar and you will get an idea.

For instance "Christian" gives 933 stations.

  Quickbeam 08:15 21 May 2009

Bruce Springsteen wrote the line "57 channels and nothin' on". How right, for all the massive number of stations available, not many will listen to more than half a dozen, once they find their half a dozen.

  laurie53 08:59 21 May 2009

Exactly so.

Apart from the domestics, I listen to just a couple of specialist stations from "other parts" (jazz and oldies).

Of course, this is where internet radio really scores, in finding and receiving the specialist stations.

  Peter 09:57 21 May 2009

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Upchucky . com has a Christian section half way down the right hand column of the home page click here

Peter.

  Woolwell 15:15 21 May 2009

Try Cross Rhythms click here but may be a little modern.

  Peter 17:33 21 May 2009

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I think your Cross Rhythms link may be misspelled. Perhaps it should be
click here

Peter.

  johnincrete 18:23 21 May 2009

I've found a station in USA that has a regular schedule of my favourite preacher, Andrew Wommack.
I'll open a new thread(?) to get advice on recording it

  Woolwell 18:27 21 May 2009

My link was a straightforward copy and paste from a working site but it appears to be down now which is odd.

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