8.@Russ We had a bug on our “Find a programme” search box on the web which meant some episode titles were not returned. This has now been fixed
12. @D-row the lack of persistent volume on the Radioplayer pop-out console was a bug which has now been fixed
18 @Ajisai Yes we have had some technical issues which has meant that some programme images went missing. It was fairly complex but we are working through the issues to correct them.
19 @Darren We are working on enabling DRM downloads for radio, as you can currently get for TV, and will be releasing this functionality later this year. It’s a very significant piece of work, involving replacing various back end infrastructure technology, and consequently is taking some time. But I can confirm it’s a very high priority for us! More here http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctrust/our_work/services/radio/other/radio_drm.html
21 @Jean Murphy You can add any programme from the iPlayer Radio website, even if it is not currently available. The advantage of our new system compared to BBC iPlayer is that your list of Favourites will be the same on all your devices, but we do ask you to log in to BBC iD to enable this. There is a known issue on Android around pausing then resuming programmes which we are investigating
23 @sammm As above, we’re looking into the Android pause/resume issue
28 @Russ Thanks for reviewing our code! Our developers confirm that this is not incorrect, and is a widely used technique across the web
31 @Russ You’re not correct in saying live listening is no longer under the control of the BBC. We do serve our live radio streams via the Radioplayer console on desktop web, but that doesn’t mean we don’t control it. We do not use Radioplayer on mobile web or in our BBC native apps.
32 @Russ – yes the persistent volume control issue is not fixed
Again, thanks for your comments so far. I will continue to try tovanswer any comments over the coming weeks
Programme Updates are ordered by most recently available. So a programme with an episode that has just been broadcast will appear at the top of your Favourites list.
The only exception to this is when the programme is a "one-off" and is not part of a series, in which case the programme episode will not appear under "Programme Updates" as there wouldn't be any updates, and you can find that under "Episodes and Clips", which is also where you can find links to clips you have added. Here is an example of a clip that would appear under "Episodes and Clips" but not under "Programme Updates" - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01sdgqw . Worth noting also that you can remove an expired episode from "Episodes and Clips" whilst still retaining the programme series which is shown under "Programme Updates".
As Daniel notes in his blog post, we are working on improvements to Favourites in BBC iPlayer Radio to reduce the number of clicks, and to show more relevant information (such as "expiring soon").
However, we recognise that there are areas to improve, and will be working hard to introduce those changes as quickly as we can.
One point to reiterate, is that you can add a whole series to your Favourites, simply by adding any episode. Once you have added an episode, you have added the whole series. Then visit the Favourites page via the iPlayer Radio tool bar at the top of every page, and you'll see the programme (series) you have added. Click the programme title to see available episodes to listen to.
If you are having problems finding a specific programme, try typing the programme title into the "Find a programme" search box on the homepage (http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/). Similarly, if you'd like an over-view of what's on-air across BBC radio right now, click the "Stations" on the same page.
We'll also be responding further to a number of specific questions or issues raised in the comments section of this blog post over the coming days. In the meantime, we'd value further feedback here or via our Feedback email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Kimber (part of the BBC iPlayer Radio product team)
@french frank The classical music metadata published on bbc.co.uk should be correct so whatever you see displayed in programme playlists will be what gets saved to your list if you add from there, but we are seeing some examples where our partner services can't always match the music you have saved to your list. We are working to improve that situation, so examples of that happening should reduce over time
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