New BBC and Absolute radio streaming URLS

The issue is that giving the streams away allows people to contravene the licence, buy a UK VPS and build a proxy server
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Come to Germany and you'll see how enormously grateful I am for the BBC. Whatever do you have in mind, that could be even comparable to them?
I used to listen on longwave after the demise of the British forces' BFBS. You can't think what a great change podcasts and streeams have made to my listening.
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I sympathise. In continental Europe on FM the only classical music radio was re-broadcasts for Radio 3 concerts and nothing in Germany
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?? Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France; those are the ones I know; they all have at least one national radio station with classical music.
(And at least until recently all on FM, now maybe DAB+, I don't know.)
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France Musique was/is in Europe.
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I neither need nor want music on radio, although I agree that if it can't be avoided classic is better than most. BBC Radio 4 is all about content delivered through the spoken word. Not everything is to my taste or interest, bit enough to make hard sometinmes to keep up with listening to all the podcasts and recordings coming in.
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Interesting, I gather you're talking about this:
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However I don't know of any such regulations in Australia and the ABC hides their internet radio links too. I don't even want to build my own internet radio with them - I just want to paste them into XMMS running on my PC and press play. It's no more technical than viewing the webpage where they tell you to use their smart phone app instead.
Their URLs have been known to change too, of course.
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Listening to Framce Musique right now. Using
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That's fine if you want to listen to Globalist Left-wing propaganda and nothing else. Personally I can't bear it.
You must be joking. When I was living in Germany ISTR there was no shortage of classical music on both TV and radio. De Radio Kultur did a lot of it (that's the only station name I can remember as it was a good few years ago).
Yes indeed, but *nothing* the BBC has to offer, I'm sorry to say.
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It's Doom. He hates all good things British. Why he fled the country.
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The Natural Philosopher in data 14/3/2021 20:40 ha scritto:
The Italian RAI has a dedicated radio for classical music:
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Ahh, thanks! Was just listening to the Blues Show on BBC Radio 2 (old link), and got the dreaded "22 March" message for the first time. I just tried your revised link and it works fine.
The way I'm reading all the stuff on the BBCSounds help, though, I'm wondering if it will *keep* working after 22 March! They talk about providing "authorized providers" with an "API key". Know anything about that?
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Couldn't find em driving through Germany: Netherlands, Belgium and France, I did.
Mostly re broadcasts of BBC radio 3....
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Here ya go... (A quick reformat using a utility of mine... (:-))
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[] Brilliant, many thanks!
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In article , The Natural Philosopher scribeth thus
Don't quite understand what your getting at here are you saying theres no classic stations in Germany or ones worth listening to?
Still got Bayern Klassik?..
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Let alone the excellent Czech D-Dur service from Prague:)
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No, I am saying that I found none on FM radio while driving from Dunquerque to Koblenz..after Aachen.
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Not sure who "you" is in your answer. In this thread I'm exclusively speaking about radio, i.e. the spoken word, while several others are going on about music.
Music, specifically classic music is by definition old and can come from anywhere like a deceased relative's record collection. Radio is valuable for its currently relevant content and must be received now. That's where differences in quality come in. Anyone can put on records.
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