Not sure if this can be done, but I'd like to be able to download onto CD for playing on the car CD player (it reads CD-R and CD-RW) various plays, comedy, etc found on the 'Listen again' section on the BBC Radio 4 website.
I can save the Radio 4 material to disc to re-play in my PC, but when inserted in a CD player it does not work. Presumably this is because the material is saved in some format that is not 'music' but may be 'data'(I think it is a .ram file). Any way around this problem (or maybe not due to copyright protection or similar?).
The program I used was that suggested - dbpower converter (writer) - is there something else I should use (the original broadcasts are accessible via RealOne Player)? If you are interested in having a go yourself access the click here site and go to 'Listen again', select any programme and see if it can be burnt onto CD. It doesn't work for me so far!!
Dear Andrewth I had the same problem but thanks to Mike's advice,i got total recorder which is" playing up a storm" for £7.06 i.e the standard edition. God knows what the professional edition will do but so far so good. There is MciRecorder on the net somewhere though i do not remember. Try google and have a go