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  • Message 1. Posted by Morris (U14011988) on Tuesday, 2nd June 2009permalink

    How do I save a programme to my Pc. Having done that is it possible to copy it to a cd to play back in my car ? Cheers Morris

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  • Message 2. Posted by The Phazer (U815970) on Wednesday, 3rd June 2009permalink

    There's no legal way to do this in the UK.

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  • Message 3. Posted by James Cridland (U3915086) on Thursday, 4th June 2009permalink

    You can download a large amount of BBC Radio programmes at www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts (and we're working on making these available via the BBC iPlayer, though that'll take some time). You can use a variety of programs to download these: iTunes is interesting since it both lets you automatically download them, but also contains a way of burning these programmes off onto CD for you to listen in the car (though cheaper for you to buy a cheap £20 MP3 player, and a cassette adaptor).

    We can't let you currently download radio programmes with large amounts of music in them, for a variety of boring reasons - and nor can we advise you on ways to do so. However, in spite of what the previous writer said, it is entirely legal for you to record television and radio programmes for your own use.

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