Radio broadcasts - Recording

  mrthewanderer 20:23 15 Nov 2005
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Can you burn to CD a stream from a radio station website?
I want to record a programme on a BBC site.

  absent 20:37 15 Nov 2005

If you go to the appropriate BBC website such as radio five, where I like to download "Fighting Talk" You will find most programs can be downloaded as an mp3 file and then you can burn to CD and listen at your leisure. Also it is possible to capture a stream using a prog such as replay radio or total recorder.

  absent 20:48 15 Nov 2005

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Check these out, they work fine with limitations. If you want to spend money Replay Radio would be my recommendation.

  Chegs ® 21:10 15 Nov 2005

JetAudio is free and can record what you hear.

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  britto 21:19 15 Nov 2005

If you have a creative soundcard there is a recorder with that, just set the source to "what you hear"

  mrthewanderer 15:56 20 Nov 2005

Thank you to all for your help.

  Diodorus Siculus 16:01 20 Nov 2005

If it's not too late, take a look at audacity from audacity.sourceforge.net

With it you can record and then export as wav, ogg vorbis or mp3. I use it regularly for bits and pieces from Radion 4 and Radio 3 drama

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