There is currently an issue downloading our files with Internet Explorer 8. When right-clicking the 'Save target as...' link does not appear. We are working to fix this problem as soon as possible but in the meantime there is something you can do to make 'Save target as ...' appear.
To the right of the address bar is a button for 'Compatibility mode'. If you select this, then go back to the download link and right-click, you should now see 'Save target as ...' and you will be able to download the file.
pdf scripts/transcripts etc
To view and print these files you may need to download and install the free Adobe Reader software.
mp3 audio These files can be played with software included with your system such as Windows Media Player, QuickTime or iTunes.
mp4 video These files can be played with software included with your system such as Windows Media Player or QuickTime.
How to download
Put the mouse cursor on the link for the file to be downloaded. Right click (control + click for Mac users) then, depending on your browser select:
- Save target as (Internet Explorer PC)
- Download link to disk (Internet Explorer Mac)
- Save link as (Firefox)
- Save Linked File As (Netscape / Safari)
Using our downloads
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You may not use the files for the purpose of promoting, advertising, endorsing or implying a connection with you (or any third party) and the BBC, its agents or employees.
The BBC will not be liable for any loss or damage which you may suffer as a result of or connected with the download or use of this file.
What this means
If you are a teacher you may copy audio, video and documents to use in your class but you may not make any charge for this material and you may not make the material available through any other website or publication.