BBC Radio 2

  mik61ish 22:27 23 Nov 04
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Is there anyway that I can copy the vast amount of radio programmes that you can listen via the internet to ie = to a cassette deck or the like? So as you could listen to them again at your leisure!

  Diodorus Siculus 22:37 23 Nov 04

Get audacity from click here and use it to record them as you play them from BBC site. Then burn to CD as wav format.

  Migwell 22:45 23 Nov 04

Just conect your cassette recorder with a 2 way 3mm jack plug at the point where it leaves the sound card, put a male to male sterio cable into the cassette and the other end into the 2 way adaptor and record. Or if your computer is quite new you could have a earphone socket on the front panel beside the USB front sockets and conect the cassette recorder to record from that.

  mik61ish 23:59 23 Nov 04

Thanks guys
Downloading audacity now looks the best bet will keep you posted.
Ta Mike

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