Can I burn radio programmes

  RamUK 15:45 15 Mar 06

I have moved to the US and was wondering whether it was possible to burn radio programmes that aren't podcasted?

I am listening to Pete Tong now through the BBC radio player and was hoping to some way get it onto my ipod for the missus even if it was via a cd.

I am running XP, on a Sony Vaio with XP.


  GANDALF <|:-)> 16:25 15 Mar 06

click here is free and will do the job. Recording uses shed loads of space, so make sure that you have plenty in reserve.


  RamUK 17:08 15 Mar 06

Thanks a lot.

I've got a spare 240 gigs so shouldn't be a problem!

  RamUK 17:10 15 Mar 06

BTW, do you have any experience with this and know how easy to use it is?


  Julip 18:07 15 Mar 06

Audacity is very easy to use. I use it frequently for downloading from BBC Listen Again feeds. You can save as WAV file or (more likely) as an MP3 file. Before recording set the input to Stereo Mix.

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