save radio program to cd

  jcf 12:08 25 Jan 03

is it possible to save "listen to the band "on radio 2, transmitted on friday night at 9.30pm, onto cd for an old man i know who can't listen to program when transmitted. if so, how would i do it? i have broadband access.

  Cordy13 12:12 25 Jan 03

It would be a lot simpler just to record it straight to Cassette.

  jcf 12:20 25 Jan 03

i know i can tape program but i want to record the repeat progran which is available through the bbc website, as this would allow me to copy back programs that the old man has missed.
thanks again

  Cordy13 12:40 25 Jan 03

You can still tape the internet broadcasts if you run the sound through a Hi-Fi unit.

  jazzypop 12:45 25 Jan 03

click here (note that the BBC uses Real Audio for their streaming).

  Foolsbane_1 13:00 25 Jan 03

OpD2d is an excellent free streaming audio recorder.

click here

  jcf 21:34 25 Jan 03

thanks for all advice i'll try suggestions out later

  Cordy13 18:41 26 Jan 03

This utility can record radio broadcasts click here you can download it from click here the saved files are, I believe, mp3.

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