BBC Online radio is a large network of websites uses RealAudio streamed through RTSP and PNM protocols for their on demand video/radio and live streams. Have you ever wanted to download BBC radio, and save BBC radio to iPod, so you can share those interesting news with your friends? Want to know is the choice to download BBC radio?
Streaming Audio Recorder makes it easy to rip BBC radio. It supports record BBC Radio as MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG or AAC files with high quality.
Streaming Audio Recorder is a real streaming audio recorder software utility. It can record streaming audio (music, radio shows) from any social music websites like YouTube Music, Deezer, MySpace, eSnips Music, Imeem or any online radio stations including BBC radio, Pandora, AOL, etc.
How to record BBC radio?
The following steps will show how to record BBC radio and save BBC radio to either an iPod or mp3 player.
1. Download and Run Streaming Audio Recorder first.
Before you record BBC radio, click “settings” bottom to select the target output format, path, and sound volume, you can change the output format as MP3, WMA, WAV, AC3, M4A, AAC, etc.
2. Open BBC Radio webpage.
3. Open the BBC Radio Player, choose the radio station you want record, and hit the Play button.
4. As the radio player starts to buffer audio content, switch to Streaming Audio Recorder and hit click the “record” to start recording BBC radio.
6. Click “Browse” to check the recorded BBC radio.
That's it. You just rip BBC radio to your local disk. After downloading BBC radio, you can add the downloaded music, radio shows to iTunes, Windows Media Player, or Winamp. Then you can enjoy the music, radio shows downloaded from the BBC Online in your iPod or any other portable player offline.
So I had an plan that download BBC radio every week so that I could listen to the BBC music, radio shows later, even if ‘later’ was several weeks or months afterwards when the actual recording was no longer downloadable from the BBC Online. With this BBC Radio Recorder, I can now easily get any sound melody, live shows from BBC radio.