Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by RHF » Mon, 18 Apr 2005 18:47:05

For One and All,

If you can not receive the BBC via Radio; and you need
your daily 'fix' of the BBC; then you should consider
trying to Listen to the BBC via the Internet (WWW).

BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

Listen to News, Sport and Talk Radio Stations Broadcasting
on the Web (Internet).

BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

Live Audio from Sport Phone-in Stations, plus the
Latest News Headlines on demand.

BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

Coverage of Cricket Matches from BBC Radio 4 Longwave
and major Sporting Events from Five Live.
Please Note - That due to broadcasting restrictions,
not all sports action can be heard online.

BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

You'll also find the major BBC Regional and National Talk
and Current Affairs Stations here.

BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

Tune in to your own 'local' BBC Station Live-on-the-Web.

BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

Listen in to national BBC Radio Wales and Scotland.

BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

Hear the Capital's BBC London.

hope this helps any 'bbc-a-holics' ~ RHF
 . . . . .

 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by Dan » Mon, 18 Apr 2005 20:53:54


-Step out of your house a few miles & it stops working...

Thanks anyway..

 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by Al » Mon, 18 Apr 2005 22:04:24

Oh my, is RHF throwing in his radios? Whatcha got for sale?

Al  KA5JGV


Quote:> For One and All,

> If you can not receive the BBC via Radio; and you need
> your daily 'fix' of the BBC; then you should consider
> trying to Listen to the BBC via the Internet (WWW).

 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by Ron Toc » Mon, 18 Apr 2005 23:23:33




> >For One and All,

> >If you can not receive the BBC via Radio; and you need
> >your daily 'fix' of the BBC; then you should consider
> >trying to Listen to the BBC via the Internet (WWW).

> >BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

> Radio Australia is available also  http://www.abc.net.au/

> This is usually only heard for a couple of hours in the morning on the
> radio here.   24/7 on the net, however!

> Jim

Jesus Christ, are you people just figuring this out?  These and others have
been around for years.
Almost all SW broadcasters have a web presence.
 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by fo.. » Mon, 18 Apr 2005 23:29:49

Oh Yes..
and here you can find a full list of broacasters websites.

http://www.dxzone.com/catalog/Shortwave_Radio/Broadcasters/index.shtml

 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by RHF » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 01:57:52

AL,
 .
" If you can not receive the BBC via Radio; and you need
your daily 'fix' of the BBC; then you should consider
trying to Listen to the BBC via the Internet (WWW). "
 .
and yes I do have a few radios for sale ~ RHF
 . . . . .
 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by cuhu.. » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 02:05:17

I can get bbc on my radios and on DIRECTV,but I almost never tune
in.F..K!!!!!!!!!!!! the bbc!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
cuhulin
 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by cuhu.. » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 02:12:47

I can pick them up on my computer and my Linksys Wireless B Music System
internet radio if I want to,but I never do.I use my internet radio for
listening to Ireland and Scotland,ONLY! That's what I bought it for.
cuhulin
 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by Davi » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 03:17:32




>>For One and All,

>>If you can not receive the BBC via Radio; and you need
>>your daily 'fix' of the BBC; then you should consider
>>trying to Listen to the BBC via the Internet (WWW).

>>BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

>Radio Australia is available also  http://www.abc.net.au/

>This is usually only heard for a couple of hours in the morning on the
>radio here.   24/7 on the net, however!

>Jim

Odd.  I get the BBC World Service 24/7/365 on the radio at my house.

http://www.xmradio.com/programming/channel_page.jsp?ch=131

 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by dxAc » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 03:34:26





> >>For One and All,

> >>If you can not receive the BBC via Radio; and you need
> >>your daily 'fix' of the BBC; then you should consider
> >>trying to Listen to the BBC via the Internet (WWW).

> >>BBC => http://www.radio-now.co.uk/listen_newstalk.htm

> >Radio Australia is available also  http://www.abc.net.au/

> >This is usually only heard for a couple of hours in the morning on the
> >radio here.   24/7 on the net, however!

> >Jim

> Odd.  I get the BBC World Service 24/7/365 on the radio at my house.

But, as has been pointed out numerous times 'tard boy, it's not radio in the
'normal' sense.

Then again, 'shortwave 'tard boy' rejects such as yourself have no concept of
what 'normal' is, do you?

Continue to tote and dream.

dxAce
Michigan
USA

 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by Davi » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 04:03:38



Quote:>> Odd.  I get the BBC World Service 24/7/365 on the radio at my house.

>But, as has been pointed out numerous times 'tard boy, it's not radio in the
>'normal' sense.

>Then again, 'shortwave 'tard boy' rejects such as yourself have no concept of
>what 'normal' is, do you?

>Continue to tote and dream.

>dxAce
>Michigan
>USA

Only by you, Steve.  Only by you.  Most people here realize that a
sound box that works without wires and receives programming via
modulated  electromagnetic radiation is a radio.
 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by dxAc » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 04:10:48




> >> Odd.  I get the BBC World Service 24/7/365 on the radio at my house.

> >But, as has been pointed out numerous times 'tard boy, it's not radio in the
> >'normal' sense.

> >Then again, 'shortwave 'tard boy' rejects such as yourself have no concept of
> >what 'normal' is, do you?

> >Continue to tote and dream.

> >dxAce
> >Michigan
> >USA
> Only by you, Steve.  Only by you.  Most people here realize that a
> sound box that works without wires and receives programming via
> modulated  electromagnetic radiation is a radio.

Continue to tote, 'tard. You ain't fooling me.

dxAce
Michigan
USA

 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by Telamo » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 06:40:14



> AL,
>  .
> " If you can not receive the BBC via Radio; and you need
> your daily 'fix' of the BBC; then you should consider
> trying to Listen to the BBC via the Internet (WWW). "
>  .
> and yes I do have a few radios for sale ~ RHF
>  . . . . .

What are you selling?

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by Ian Smit » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 08:09:04


Quote:>I can get bbc on my radios and on DIRECTV,but I almost never tune
> in.F..K!!!!!!!!!!!! the bbc!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> cuhulin

    Why not just say ***?
 
 
 

Another Choice - Listen to the BBC via the Internet

Post by Ian Smit » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 08:19:48


Quote:>I can pick them up on my computer and my Linksys Wireless B Music
>System
> internet radio if I want to,but I never do.I use my internet radio
> for
> listening to Ireland and Scotland,ONLY! That's what I bought it for.
> cuhulin

    I appreciate your mentioning Scotland here. It needs all the
publicity it can get. Shame it doesn't have much on shortwave. :-)

Ian, Scotland.