I’ve just written this over on my BBC Radio Streams page: I’ve got email from a couple of people saying that the Real Audio radio streams were finally turned off overnight. This means that the few links left on these pages (and any links that you have saved from earlier versions of this page) will… Continue reading BBC Radio Streams
The BBC Radio Player is no more. The Listen Again streams have all been rebranded to be part of the iPlayer. See this page for more details. But it doesn’t look like very much has changed. From an initial glance it seems that my BBC streams pages are still being built – so my HTML… Continue reading BBC Radio iPlayer
James Cridland from Virgin Radio has written to me pointing out that they have a number of radio streams that I might like to add to my BBC Radio Streams page. Of course, not being BBC streams, they don’t really fit on that page and I’m not really interested in building a complete directory of… Continue reading Virgin Radio Links
This is completely unscientific, but I thought some people might find it interesting. Here are the top ten most visited BBC radio feeds pages on this site over the last seven days. Radio 2 Radio 4 Radio 1 BBC 7 Five Live Radio 3 Radio Ulster 1Xtra Five Live Sport World Service
I’ve made some pretty sweeping changes to the BBC streams page. Some of the Real Player links are now gone and there are now links to play everything in the BBC Radio Player application. You’ll notice that there are still some links to Real streams on my page. These mainly point to talk shows where… Continue reading BBC Streams
The BBC Backstage project has announced a new data feed which contains details of BBC TV and Radio programs for the next seven days. Looks interesting but, of course, what I really want is details of the listen again radio streams so I don’t have to screenscrape them.
You’ll have heard that the BBC are making new performances of all of Beethoven’s symphonies available for download as MP3s. In this post, Dan Hill (from BBC Radio and Music Interactive) says that this has been extremely successful (600,000 downloads) and has generated a huge amount of discussion around the BBC. Which can only be… Continue reading BBC Beethoven