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Goldmonkey
Rachael,
No trouble, cheeky. I've redone it to sendspace ...
https://www.sendspace.com/file/o08by7

Fri 24th Nov 2017 17:53

Liam
Noel - I think the main difference in the San Andreas image I linked to was simply the colours.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f8/Alistair_Maclean_%E2%80%93_San_Andreas.jpg

This one I think looks a little closer to the others, it's the same picture I thin, but slightly different colouring.

It's possible that there's multiple "wrong" readers. I've been thinking about the audio readers in general in this series, and they're all by professional actors. Most of them aren't that famous, but some names you'll know, and others you might vaguely recognise as having been in such-and-such. I've just looked up every name on IMDb, and linked to them below. Unfortunately IMDb doesn't list audiobooks they've read, but in some cases I knew who it was, and in the few cases of multiple names, I worked out which person of that name it was by age and nationality.

The known readers for the correct versions are:

HMS Ulysses - PETER JOYCE
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0431592/?ref_=nv_sr_1

The Guns Of Navarone, Where Eagles Dare, Force Ten From Navarone - STEVEN PACEY
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0655218/?ref_=nv_sr_1

South By Java Head - TERRENCE HARDIMAN
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0362202/?ref_=nv_sr_1

The Last Frontier - JAMES FAULKNER
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0269077/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1

Night Without End - JACK KLAFF
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0458161/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Fear Is The Key, The Golden Rendezvous, Puppet On A Chain, Caravan To Vaccares, Goodbye California, Partisans, Santorini - FRANCIS MATTHEWS
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0560022/?ref_=nv_sr_1

The Dark Crusader, Seawitch - PETER WICKHAM
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0926912/?ref_=nv_sr_2

The Satan Bug - OLIVER COTTON
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0183122/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Ice Station Zebra - STEVE HODSON
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0388357/?ref_=nv_sr_1

When Eight Bells Toll, Bear Island - HUGH DICKSON
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0225655/?ref_=nv_sr_1

The Way To Dusty Death - SAMUEL WEST
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0922335/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Breakheart Pass - ED BISHOP
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0084042/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Circus - SIMON WARD
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0911844/?ref_=nv_sr_1

The Golden Gate - GARRICK HAGON
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0353796/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Athabasca - JOSS ACKLAND
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000722/?ref_=nv_sr_1

River Of Death - GORDON GRIFFIN
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0341206/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Floodgate - SEAN BARRETT
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0057277/?ref_=nv_sr_1


So we can take an educated guess that the reader for San Andreas would also be a professional actor, most likely British (there were a couple of American readers on that list but they were both reading stories from MacLean's "American period", and San Andreas is not from that period), and probably born in the 1940s or 1950s (again, there's a couple of execptions above but I'm just basing the guess on the majority of the names).
Fri 24th Nov 2017 16:46

Noel
Liam. I see what you mean. This is the cover of Partisans
currently on sale on eBay:
https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/LOQAAOSw0W5aDCoM/s-l1600.jpg
It's got the same logo for Alistair Maclean's name as The
Last Frontier and Night Without End. Your upload of the San
Andreas cover has a different Alistair logo. Can Alistair
Maydon and Tony Saunders both be wrong readers for San
Andreas? That Australian site Grey Aubrey found showed versions
by both narrators. Are you aware of multiple wrong readers?
Fri 24th Nov 2017 14:51

Liam
Interesting point Noel. In the "standard set" that I originally downloaded in 2012, there were a few RNIB versions.

Only two were identified as the RNIB. One was San Andreas, read by Alistair Maydon. Hence my knowing that his is not the right version.

The other was Floodgate, read by Alexander Johns. I have since acquired the version I was looking for, read by Sean Barrett, and uploaded it to my archive.

NNEL might be a foreign equiavlent to the RNIB. I don't know.

The best way to be sure would be a shot of the cover. Most of them look something like this

http://images.paperbackswap.com/xl/31/3231/9780745143231.jpg
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/816GBvVTdPL.jpg

These shots of Night Without End and The Last Frontier should show you what to expect.

I would imagine the cover shot for San Andreas would use this picture

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f8/Alistair_Maclean_%E2%80%93_San_Andreas.jpg

***HOWEVER***

There are some that look like this:

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41sZjgsfx4L._SX334_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg
https://i.ebayimg.com/thumbs/images/g/Di8AAOSwwpdW6-W6/s-l225.jpg

These are the readings of Ice Station Zebra and HMS Ulysses that I have shared.
Indeed, the River Of Death audiobook that I acquired in july was more along those lines. For this reason I questioned the seller in detail until I got the information that showed me that it was the version I was looking for.

It's a pity these recordings haven't had a CD reissue. Would have been so much easier all round!
Fri 24th Nov 2017 14:19

anotherbob
Zippyshare links always upset my AV software.
I get the following message.
"We've safely aborted connection on pptw.org because it was infected with JS:Miner-C [Trj]"
I see Rachael was also having a problem with a Zippyshare link.

Fri 24th Nov 2017 10:58

Noel
Thanks for finding this site, Grey Aubrey.
The strange thing is - if you click on the titles of the
audios in the list, each one has a narrator and a contributor.
In the case of Athabasca Tony Saunders is the narrator but
Josh(sic) Ackland is the contributor. For Bear Island the
narrator is Dudley Biscoe, but the contributor is Hugh Dickson.
The NNELS site seems to be for vision impaired people, so
maybe it's the RNIB versions.
Fri 24th Nov 2017 10:23

Liam
Grey Aubrey - that's interesting. I remember you listed another reader a while back (I think his name was Roger Norman) who I quickly identified as being the wrong reader for much the same reason.

That list gives a few readers who are not from the set I'm looking for (and one that is the right one, Garrick Hagon's reading of The Golden Gate, which I already have).

Meaning we're back at square one for who read San Andreas.

This one is probably going to depend on someone finding the tapes by accident. If a set still exists. That's the other scary thing.

I've seen tapes of "The Way To Dusty Death", read by Samuel West (the version I'm looking for) with an asking price of £150. I should have grabbed one five years ago when I saw it going for £20.
Fri 24th Nov 2017 09:08

Grey Aubrey
Liam, you've never posted a list of the incorrect readers
but this webpage from a Canadian Library search engine
suggests Tony Saunders might not be the correct reader
for San Andreas because he also narrated Athebasca
https://nnels.ca/repository-search/creator/Maclean%2C%20Alistair?search_api_views_fulltext_2=
Thu 23rd Nov 2017 23:07

Rachael
Hi Golux and Liam, thanks, it's good to be back. Thanks for that link Golux, looks like some great festive programming is ahead of us!

Goldmonkey, thanks so much, that's definitely the episode I was thinking of, you're a star! Unfortunately, my internet provider just won't let me access that site, I've tried several times, is there any chance at all you could upload it to some other site like sendspace or something please? Sorry to be so cheeky but I'd love to hear it please!
Thu 23rd Nov 2017 21:58

Liam
Welcome back Rachael!

Yes, Barry and Graeme make a good team, it just wasn't right with anyone else trying to do the Hamish & Dougal routines. Except that time Jeremy was partnering Barry, because he was in the show anyway so he could play the Laird.
Thu 23rd Nov 2017 18:43

Vix
Golux thanks so much you're very kind. And I've finally sought out and hopefully getting to grips with GIP too so I'll use No Tomatoes as my first test.

BTW meant to thank you as I assume from the username that you added Radio 9 to Archive.org. Totally missed it before but liking what I've heard so far!
Thu 23rd Nov 2017 18:25

Goldmonkey
Rachael,
Halloween (2016) Special of Max & Ivan is here ...
http://www65.zippyshare.com/v/bUqPBiWh/file.html
Might be the one you're looking for; guest star is Mark Heap, if that helps.

Thu 23rd Nov 2017 17:05

Golux
Vix

Oops, forgot I have World As We Know It as well -
The World As We Know It S01E01 The End.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/27CNdVlu/file.html
The World As We Know It S01E02 The Election.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/o839RSg4/file.html
The World As We Know It S01E03 Babytalk.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/sMhA2kfg/file.html
The World As We Know It S01E04 Around The World In 80 Hours Or The Bank Holiday Episode.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/2nIXx6rS/file.html
The World As We Know It S01E05 The Murderer Is In This Very Room.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/tXuxQlca/file.html
The World As We Know It S01E06 Donna's Leaving Do.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/v78uiDlZ/file.html

Thu 23rd Nov 2017 14:30

Golux
Vix

Here's Bigipedia -
Bigipedia S01E01.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/s16zjxXI/file.html
Bigipedia S01E02.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/dL8epP4D/file.html
Bigipedia S01E03.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/3LG774x3/file.html
Bigipedia S01E04.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/kHXG1iEW/file.html
Bigipedia S02E01 What's New In Bigipedia 2.0?.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/jmlvdGop/file.html
Bigipedia S02E02 The Wisdom of Crowds.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/OsWmehht/file.html
Bigipedia S02E03 BigiBuzz!.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/wSHS4iZ2/file.html
Bigipedia S02E04 BigiHype!.mp3
http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/vLrrnsoG/file.html

No Tomatoes is a current broadcast so it is available on iPlayer. Let me know if you can't access that, I'll upload it for you.
Thu 23rd Nov 2017 14:02

Golux
Rachael

NIce to have you back on Board again. Yes there are some goodies planned for Christmas radio - https://www.comedy.co.uk/radio/news/2872/2017_festive_radio_comedy_highlights/

And yes Count Arthur is returning to our wirelessesses soon! As he says on his website: "This year the BBBC have commissioned two episodes of Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show!, one of which will be a Christmas special for this year with the 50th episode being broadcast later in 2018."

Hooray!
Thu 23rd Nov 2017 13:30

Rachael
Hi Kid Curry, yes, I liked 'Sisters' very much, but then I'm a huge fan of Susan Calman, not a big enough fan to follow 'Strictly Come Dancing' though, even if two Radio 4 legends were taking part this series!

I was surprised by how much I enjoyed 'The Wilsons Save the World', the new Marcus Brigstock and Kerry Godlyman sitcom. I love both Marcus and Kerry but I find some of the twee Radio 4 family sitcoms a bit nauseating, I'm thinking particularly of 'Go-Betweenies', 'All Those Women', 'Bad Salsa', 'North by Northamptonshire', etc. so I was a bit reticent about the Wilsons, I should have known that two such fine radio comedians wouldn't put their name to anything too bad, and even the kids weren't as irritating as kids in radio sitcoms usually are!

I've been enjoying reading through everyone's posts and thanks again for all the shares, I've been able to upgrade some files from my collection with better quality versions and also fill in a few gaps so thanks again for all your generosity! Liam, I was also delighted to hear Graeme Garden back on ISIHAC, he and Barry make such a great team. 'Clue' is always so funny, I'm so glad to have it back, not many shows consistently make me laugh out loud but it always seems to manage it!

I'm already very much in the Christmas spirit and very excited about what Radio 4 and 4 Extra will have in the way of festive programming this year, does anyone know about any new comedy planned for Christmas? I'm hoping Count Arthur will be back again. I loved the JFSP Christmas special last year!

While I'm here, I wondered if somebody could help me please. Having said how much I love 'Casebook of Max and Ivan' I am wondering if they recorded a one-off Halloween special a couple of year's ago, I seem to remember a show that sounded like it had them in back then but can't seem to find it anywhere, please could anybody tell me if it was indeed Max and Ivan or if I am mixing it up with something else and, if anyone happens to have this episode, if it turns out to be Max and Ivan, then please could you possibly share it with me? The programme I'm talking about was a kind of HP Lovecraft spoof about a sinister cult. Also, please could anybody share the last episode of the most recent series of 'Fags, Mags and Bags' and the Christmas episode from the second series of 'Secrets and Lattes'. Thanks again for all your help!
Thu 23rd Nov 2017 13:10

THEREALLINK
A very mixed lot for sure,
but some interesting tales,
corny jokes and more.
http://www.australianotr.com.au/blog/anzac-day-2015
Thu 23rd Nov 2017 09:38

THEREALLINK
Its an Australian Radio Christmas!!
http://www.australianotr.com.au/blog/its-an-australian-radio-christmas
Also:
We go to Sandringham Castle for
some ROYAL recipes!
Thu 23rd Nov 2017 09:30

Vix
Hi all

Getting (possibly) a bit more obscure, does anyone have No Tomatoes, Bigipedia or The World As We Know It knocking around?
Wed 22nd Nov 2017 23:14

westham
Not a request this time, just a comment.

Having just listened to the first episode of the current series of The Now Show, I'm afraid I shall be "cancelling my subscription" - it is a sad shadow of its former self. I don't mind there being new "faces", but they do need to be funny.
Wed 22nd Nov 2017 22:27

HarrySpeakup
Fred At The Stand s1:
+++ sendspace.com/file/qwid5v
Wed 22nd Nov 2017 10:11

Kid Curry
@ Daisy. If you haven't heard them I'd recommend.

Mr and Mrs Smith
Everyone Quite Likes Justin
Sneakipeeks
Reluctant Persuaders
Sisters
The Lentil Sorters

Tue 21st Nov 2017 16:43

ALLAN
Pigman
TO: PIGMAN [AND VIX]
RE: PEOPLE LIKE US

Series 1 to 3 of "People Like Us" here: https://tinyurl.com/y7h7aa6e
SERIES 1 AND 2 DL PRODUCED 6 EPISODES EACH.
SERIES 3 PRODUCED THREE EPISODES

The Christmas Special is tagged on to the Series 1 folder.
NO SPECIAL.

ALL AT 48 KBPS.

I DID DL FROM RA
SERIES 1 AND 2, 6 EPISODES EACH.
SERIES 3 FOUR EPISODES
ONE SPECIAL = People Like Us 01.SP - Panto Director
ALL AT 128 KBPS
URL http://radioarchive.cx/download.php?id=937&name=People%20Like%20Us.torrent

https://tinyurl.com/y7h7aa6e
MAY HAVE BEEN MISSING ITEMS OR
MY DL REQUEST JUST DID NOT GET ALL THAT WAS THERE.

IF YOU AVOID TORRENTS, I CAN PUT UP THE 3 SEASONS AT ZIPPYSHARE.

AND SINCE I'M SENDING, THANKS FOR ALL THE URLS YOU GRACIOUSLY PROVIDED, AS I'VE MADE USE OF AT LEAST 99.99%.

ALLAN
Tue 21st Nov 2017 03:11

HarrySpeakup
Women Talking About Cars s1-2:
+++ sendspace.com/file/6iuj0k
Mon 20th Nov 2017 23:40

Liam
It's good to have Graeme Garden back on ISIHAC. If only we could have Humph back :(
Mon 20th Nov 2017 18:38

Vix
Harryspeakup- thanks so so much for the links :)
Mon 20th Nov 2017 15:52

Daisy
After some recommendations from you knowledgeable crowd. I need some new comedy to listen to on my next trip. I love John Finnimore, (SP, Cabin Pressure) Marcus Brigstocke, (TTU, GWH) Things like Hut 33. All fairly old. Anyone have any suggestions, and where to find them? Many Thanks
Mon 20th Nov 2017 14:01

HarrySpeakup
On The Hour, S1-2 and bits:
+++ sendspace.com/file/p07tkp
+++ sendspace.com/file/o7lpf8
Mon 20th Nov 2017 11:54

HarrySpeakup
Sunday Format s1-5:
+++ sendspace.com/file/7vqkdc
+++ sendspace.com/file/7bw081
Mon 20th Nov 2017 11:40

HarrySpeakup
So Wrong It's Right, S1-3:
+++ sendspace.com/file/dpjdz8
+++ sendspace.com/file/3c1o0i
Mon 20th Nov 2017 10:50

THEREALLINK
Chequebook and Pen
https://archive.org/details/ChequebookAndPen

Johnny Vegas pays
tribute to legendary
comedian Les Dawson
in a fictional and comic
flight of fancy.
Mon 20th Nov 2017 00:43

ALLAN
TO: VIX
RE: AS FOLLOW

Allan you're a gem!
SO TRUE. A NOTARIZED STATEMENT OF THIS OPINION WOULD BE AN ASSET.
Thanks so much for your hard work
FIRST TIME I GOT AN UPLOAD WITHOUT PROBLEM.
IT'S JUST KEYSTROKES.

and generosity :)
JUST PART OF PAY-FORWARD, A TINY BIT TO DATE FOR ALL THE HELP AND BEREFT BELL-BOTTOMS CABLE-WIRE PROGRAMMES TO WHICH OHG MAVENS HAVE BEEN EXEMPLARY GUIDES.

ALLAN
Mon 20th Nov 2017 00:20

Vix
Allan you're a gem! Thanks so much for your hard work and generosity :)
Sun 19th Nov 2017 21:53

ALLAN
TO: VIX
RE: anything John Shuttleworth

The Shuttleworths - 5 series - BBC Radio Comedy - MP3 - Slimoo
FROM RADIOARCHIVE.
SPECIALS, JPG SLIMOO'S TXT FILES INCLUDED.

S01 http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/S1OUo7cu/file.html
S02 http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/nQHvx5um/file.html
S03 http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/Vt6AFvp9/file.html
S04 http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/WE27fdhH/file.html
S05 http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/68YJ5zq4/file.html

ALLAN


Sun 19th Nov 2017 16:51

ALLAN
TO VIX
RE Ed Reardon's Week - series 1 to 11 - BBC Radio Comedy- Slimoo FROM RADIOARCHIVE

REFOLDERED BY SERIES.
FORGOT THE JPG AND TXT IN SLIMOO'S FOLDER

ZIPPED WITH MS OWN ARCHIVER.

Ed Reardon's Week - S01.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/uY3wL07S/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S02.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/isLJSHMY/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S03.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/nek4YOYc/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S04.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/EhwnKtFS/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S05.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/ypnMLp6Q/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S06.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/Mg1ki8Df/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S07.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/q5SWu24X/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S08.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/DDeFUq29/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S09.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/u9zcQUhP/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S10.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/BY3qN4k2/file.html

Ed Reardon's Week - S11.zip
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/l70TE97W/file.html

ALLAN
Sun 19th Nov 2017 16:25

ALLAN
TO: VIX
RE: JOHN SHUTTLEWORTH

IS THIS SERIES THAT WHICH YOU SOUGHT?

http://radioarchive.cx/torrents-search.php?c59=1&search=Shuttleworth&cat=0&incldead=0&freeleech=0&lang=0

ALLAN
Sun 19th Nov 2017 14:50

ALLAN
TO: aussieben Pigman
RE:;People Like Us 02.03 - Ski Courier.mp3

INCLUDED IN
http://radioarchive.cx/torrents-search.php?c59=1&search=People+Like+Us&cat=0&incldead=0&freeleech=0&lang=0
128 KBPS, ~27MB

OR

http://www96.zippyshare.com/v/KcYv1i3c/file.html

ALLAN
Sun 19th Nov 2017 14:41

Pigman

Aussieben - Thanks for pointing out the omission, and I'll grab it from RE now. The rest of the 3 series will be on there soon......
Sun 19th Nov 2017 12:46

aussieben
Pigman
With thanks, I confess to availing myself of your 'People Like Us'. I notice that 203 - 'The Ski Courier' (22nd June 1996) was not included in your set. If you are missing this, it is available at RadioEchoes.
Sun 19th Nov 2017 12:34

Vix
Thanks so much for your help Pigman and Allan.

Allan- Shuttleworth turned out to be a red herring too but WTAC came up trumps. Have also successfully located On The Hour elsewhere.
Sun 19th Nov 2017 12:26

Liam
Whenever I see the figures at the top here for "spam blocked in the last week" - I always wonder, how much of that is just people forgetting to type in the security word?
Sun 19th Nov 2017 11:33

Pigman

Vix

Series 1 to 3 of "People Like Us" here: https://tinyurl.com/y7h7aa6e

The Christmas Special is tagged on to the Series 1 folder.
Sun 19th Nov 2017 08:39

ALLAN
TO: VIX
RE: PATIENTS

PATIENCE.

APPARENTLY ANOTHER OF MY LITTLE GREY CELLS HAS GONE BAD.

ALLAN
Sun 19th Nov 2017 08:09

ALLAN
TO: VIX

RE: https://archive.org/details/MattWallOntheHourTheSecond

REALIZED IT IS GARBAGE UPLOAD.

I DID NOT DO DETAIL SEARCH AT radioarchive. TITLES HAVE TO BE EXACT, BUT ENGINE DELIVERS FOR EACH WORD IN TITLE.
NEEDS PATIENTS.

ALLAN
Sun 19th Nov 2017 06:32

ALLAN
TO: Vix
RE: DRIVE PROGRAM RESTORATION

NOT ALL YOU REQUESTED
URL IS TO WEB PAGE..NOT THE DOWNLOAD.

http://radioarchive.cx/torrents-search.php?search=Ed+Reardon+&cat=0&incldead=0&freeleech=0&lang=0

http://radioarchive.cx/torrents-search.php?search=Shuttleworth&cat=0&incldead=0&freeleech=0&lang=0

http://radioarchive.cx/torrents-search.php?c59=1&search=People+Like+Us&cat=0&incldead=0&freeleech=0&lang=0

https://archive.org/details/MrJohnShuttleworth
https://archive.org/details/wtacbbcr4
https://archive.org/details/MattWallOntheHourTheSecond

HOPE THIS HELPS.
MY OWN UPLOAD EFFORTS FAIL.

ALLAN
Sun 19th Nov 2017 06:20

Vix
Hi all. Firstly thanks for the recent links for s3 of paul Sinha and Liam's ongoing TUT. Secondly, much like another recent post I suffered a catastrophic hard drive failure a few weeks ago. Have managed to piece together many of my favourite series thank God but wondered if any kind soul would help me refill some gaps.

Does anyone have any links for:

Ed Reardon
anything John Shuttleworth
So Wrong It's Right
Sunday Format
Women Talking About Cars
On The Hour
Alan Partridge
People Like Us


So sorry about the long request list. No doubt I'll remember others I'm missing as soon as I post!

I will be eternally grateful!
Sat 18th Nov 2017 20:51

Gerard
Harryspeakup,
thank you for fry's delight episodes. Downloading right now.
Sat 18th Nov 2017 10:30

Pigman
Thanks Harry, much appreciated.
Fri 17th Nov 2017 11:25

Liam
My friend who has an ebay account is putting in a bid for me. I'll let you know how it goes. If successful I'll of course be copying it to mp3 and uploading it to my archive.
Fri 17th Nov 2017 11:19

HarrySpeakup
Paul Sinha's History Revision s1 & s2:
+++ sendspace.com/file/qccqjk

Paul Sinha's other Radio 4 shows:
+++ sendspace.com/file/q6exx7
Fri 17th Nov 2017 10:31

westham
Harry, thanks for the Sinha
Fri 17th Nov 2017 09:47

Liam
Grey Aubrey, you are right. I am missing that one.
Fri 17th Nov 2017 09:29

Ferncombe
As it seems unlikely a stream will be made available, did anyone live record the two-part George Michael interview from Radio 2. I would be grateful for a copy if you did.
Fri 17th Nov 2017 08:41

Pigman
Does anybody have Series 2 of Paul Sinha's History Revision, please? I seem to have "misplaced" my copy.

Many thanks.
Fri 17th Nov 2017 08:09

THEREALLINK
tclovescricket

You are welcome!

Best...
Thu 16th Nov 2017 23:02

Grey Aubrey
Isn't this one of the MacLeans that Liam is missing?
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Alistair-MacLeans-PARTISANS-Audio-Book-RARE-Unabridged/142581721046?hash=item21328867d6:g:LOQAAOSw0W5aDCoM
Thu 16th Nov 2017 19:28

tclovescricket
THEREALLINK

Thanks for posting The Maltby Collection. I've enjoyed it quite a lot.

TC
Thu 16th Nov 2017 16:48

HarrySpeakup
Andy Hamilton Sort of Remembers
+++ sendspace.com/file/txg4lm

Tim Vine Chat Show
+++ www.sendspace.com/file/86qb99

John Moloney Show
+++ sendspace.com/file/iafudl
Thu 16th Nov 2017 12:40

HarrySpeakup
Paul Sinha's History Revision S3:
+++ sendspace.com/file/2rd10v

Fry's English Delight - S7 & S8:
+++ sendspace.com/file/d7c1v7
Thu 16th Nov 2017 12:30

westham
Another request please: the most recent series (s3) of Paul Sinha's History Revision.

Thanks in advance
Tue 14th Nov 2017 21:47

Golux
drew peacock

If you're a fan of Giles Wembley Hogg then you might like The Museum of Everything which is available at archive.org

Tue 14th Nov 2017 19:00

Golux
Mstevens90
Many thanks for the Clues!
Tue 14th Nov 2017 18:25

drew peacock
Hi all. Seeing as how well everyone has previously responded to my grovelling I thought i'd continue. If anyone has links to giles Wembley hogg, and the museum of curiosity I would be most grateful.
Tue 14th Nov 2017 17:47

THEREALLINK
The Maltby Collection
Six Episodes
From, 15 June 2007
https://archive.org/details/TheMaltbyCollection

Sitcom set in a museum, from Reginald Perrin creator
David Nobbs. Rod Millet has always dreamed
of working at the Maltby Collection, but on
being appointed deputy curator of painting
and sculpture, it quickly becomes clear that
the son of a self-made biscuit mogul isn't
going to fit into the musty and insular world
of London antiquities.
Tue 14th Nov 2017 16:41

tclovescricket
Pigman
Beautiful! Thank you!

Tue 14th Nov 2017 13:38

Pigman

TC Loves Cricket - Series 2 of Tsar here: https://tinyurl.com/ycuc5ehd
Tue 14th Nov 2017 11:56

Pigman

TC Loves Cricket - Series 2 of Tsar here: https://tinyurl.com/ycuc5ehd
Tue 14th Nov 2017 11:56

Pigman
TCLovesCricket - Series 1 of Tsar here: https://tinyurl.com/yarwt7yt
Tue 14th Nov 2017 11:39

Liam
Hmm, I'm not sure. It's been a while since I used my library membership, and whenever I tried ordering an audiobook, things tended to go wrong. Although that was the way I was able to get Seawitch. So I don't know. Maybe it's worth enquiring again.
Tue 14th Nov 2017 09:54

Mstevens90
Series 67 of Sorry

https://www.mediafire.com/folder/1o5casxbdmfbh/is_67
Tue 14th Nov 2017 01:10

THEREALLINK
Perhaps?

https://www.google.com/search?q=San+Andreas+by+Alistair+MacLean%3B+Tony+Saunders+Audiobook+View+all+formats+and+languages+%C2%BB+Language%3A+English+Publisher%3A+North+Hobart+%3A+Hear-a-Book%2C+1986.&oq=San+Andreas+by+Alistair+MacLean%3B+Tony+Saunders+%C2%A0Audiobook+View+all+formats+and+languages+%C2%BB+Language%3A+English+%C2%A0+Publisher%3A+North+Hobart+%3A+Hear-a-Book%2C+1986.&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
Mon 13th Nov 2017 22:35

THEREALLINK
No, search #1

https://www.overdrive.com
Mon 13th Nov 2017 22:32

THEREALLINK
Liam
To clarify:
These services offer their patrons a wide range
of ebooks and audiobooks which our library
does not have.
WorldCat would not show what is available
from these services.

Mon 13th Nov 2017 22:21

THEREALLINK
Liam
From the colonies...ASU
I will check to see if our local library
is on that list.

Today I received our Library Friends
newsletter. They subscribe to three services
for ebooks, audiobooks et al.

I wonder if that is available to you?
https://www.google.com/search?q=library+audio+services+great+britain&oq=library+audio+services+great+britain&aqs=chrome..69i57.15002j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Mon 13th Nov 2017 22:12

Golux
HELP!

The new series of Clue began today (hooray!) and it is Series 68
but now I find I have somehow lost Series 67. AAARGH!

Would some kind soul please oblige with a copy of series 67?

Mon 13th Nov 2017 22:03

tclovescricket
This is asking a lot, but for some reason I completely missed the first several entries in Auntie's Tsar series. Can onyone help with any of these?
Ivan the Terrible: Absolute Power
Boris Godunov: Ghosts
Peter the Great: The Gamblers
Peter the Great: Queen of Spades
Catherine the Great: Husbands, Lovers and Sons
Alexander I: Into the Woods
Alexander II: The People's Will
Mon 13th Nov 2017 20:59

Liam
. . . so, we need someone in the States to find a copy of that audiobook, and copy it to mp3 format.

I'm probably being a little too wary in my previous post, I'll admit. Chances are Tony Saunders is the right reader. I would just feel happier if I had some concrete evidence for it.

When I got the audiobook for River Of Death a few months ago, I gave the seller the third degree on whether it was the correct reading. Because the cover didn't match the ones I had seen from the correct range, and the fact that it was only on four tapes (so 8 sides), I wasn't expecting even that short book to be squeezed onto so few. It did turn out to be the correct version - the seller put the opening 2min (including introductory announcement) onto mp3 for me to listen to, and that confirmed for me that it was the correct reading.

So like I said, I'm probably being a little bit too wary.
Mon 13th Nov 2017 17:57

Noel
Actually, Grey Aubrey, I think you're right. If the WorldCat.org
site agrees with that Australian site that only 2 audiobooks of
San Andreas were ever available, then Tony Saunders must be the
correct reader by a process of elimination. The site says 44
libraries in the USA still carry copies of the audiobook. So ...
Mon 13th Nov 2017 17:40

Liam
Grey Aubrey - just had a look at that San Andreas link. It doesn't really say anything that we didn't already know.

To recap, the Alistair Maydon reading is the one I have from the "standard set" that is most commonly linked to online, which encompasses some professional modern readings, some old style readings, and some that were done for the RNIB - I think in that standard set, everything from River Of Death onwards is the RNIB readings.

Or, to put it another way, the Alistair Maydon is definitely the "wrong" one. If the reader is identified as Alistair Maydon or Alexander Johns, then I know automatically that it's the one done for the RNIB.

I'd love to hear a chunk of the Tony Saunders version just so I could confirm. I'd most likely be able to tell from just the introductory announcements. Even a scan of the cover would be informative. If anyone can get their hands on a copy of this reading, I'm sure it would be an eye-opener.

As it is, I can only suppose his is the correct reading.

In my quest to acquire the complete set of "correct" audio readings, I have acquired duplicate mp3 copies of a few. Notably Floodgate, probably the dullest book in the set. I have the RNIB reading by Alexander Johns, and the more professional reading by Sean Barrett.
Mon 13th Nov 2017 11:59

ALLAN
TO: Pigman, Drew
RE: JAM Series 1 to 77 (AT: http://ovh.to/sAXnMZ)

WONDERFUL.
SOME NOT PRISTINE, BUT A PLEASURE TO HEAR, WITH MEMORY RE-CREATING THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE MIND'S EYE...AT THIS MOMENT NIMMO, FREUD, WILLIAMS AND LIZ FRASER[sigh]. [JUST TO BE CLEAR, THE SIGH REFERENCES LIZ, HER ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND ATTRIBUTES, AND I'LL SKIP THE EXPECTED SENTENCE COMPLETION.]

IT IS CONVENIENT AND A PLEASURE TO HAVE SO MANY EPISODES ON ONE HARD DRIVE.

OF POSSIBLE INTEREST: SERIES 5 NO E04 [WIPED?], TWO OF E16 [33, 128 KBPS]; AND OF SERIES 37, ONLY E01, AS ZIP CORRUPT [TRIED DL SEVERAL TIMES, AND ALSO ZIP-REPAIR APP].

SINCERE APPRECIATION FOR THIS GROUP AND THE PLETHORA OF OTHER UPLOADS YOU PROVIDED.

ALLAN
Sun 12th Nov 2017 19:18

Grey Aubrey
I've been doing some more digging. The U.S. site WorldCat.org
"explores fiction and movies from libraries around the
world"
http://experimental.worldcat.org/xfinder/FictionFinder?k2=san+andreas&ffmt=audiobook&searchType=basic&pos=8
There have been 2 different SAN ANDREAS audio books in English.
One by Anthony Maydon, the other by Tony Saunders. So I think
we can be pretty sure who the "correct" narrator is ...
Sun 12th Nov 2017 18:49

ALLAN
TO: Golux
RE: https://alternativeto.net/software/itube-studio/

THANK YOU FOR GIVING ME TIP TO ALTERNATIVETO.NET. MY USUAL FAVOURITE FOR NEW APP'S WAS FILEHIPPO.COM, BUT THERE IS NO MEANS TO COMPARE AND SELECT BASED ON A FEATURE, IN THIS CASE AUDIO EXTRACTION.

JDOWNLOAD WAS FIRST IN LIST, AND SITE ALSO INDICATED A NO-ADS / ADD-ONS INSTALLER [DONATIONS APPRECIATED]. AS USUAL I DID NOT READ INSTRUCTIONS, AND FOUND THE APP' DID NOT WORK AS OTHER DOWNLOADERS USED, BUT THEN, IT PERFORMED ACTIONS THAT THE OTHERS DIDN'T [INCLUDING AUTOMATED FOLDER CREATION...NIFTY]. MY LEARNING CURVE IS STILL DECENT, DESPITE CURRENT DECREPITUDE, AND I ACQUIRED THE MUCH DESIRED SHOWS OF THE BENEVOLENT BREADCRUMB CAT-SCANNERS, TO WHICH I MAY NOW LISTEN CONSECUTIVELY AT MY LEISURE WITHOUT WORRY OF EXPIRATION DATE.

A SECOND THANKS IN / OF APPRECIATION.

JDOWNLOADER HAS IMPROVED IN FEATURES SINCE FIRST SEEN, BUT WAS WARNED THEN TO AVOID A JAVA BUILT APP' DUE TO SUCH BEING INVASION / CORRUPTION PRONE. WITH ESET AND CLAM A/V AND MALWAREBYTES THOSE RISKS ARE NOT AS OMINOUS.

AND THERE ARE THREE OR FOUR MORE APP'S TO TRY. CONSTRUCTIVE TIME, WHILE I ENJOY YOUR ARCHIVE UPLOADS,

FOR WHICH I REMIT A THIRD APPRECIATIVE THANKS.

ALLAN

Sun 12th Nov 2017 06:11

westham
Gerard - thanks for the Fry
Sat 11th Nov 2017 23:24

Golux
ALLAN
Found this page listing alternatives to iTube Studio -
https://alternativeto.net/software/itube-studio/
some are free, some are freemium.

Sat 11th Nov 2017 22:50

ALLAN
TO: Golux, Andy

RE: iTUBE

WORKED JUST FINE ON ACQUIRING ITEM BY ANDY HAMILTON, OFF BBC WEBPAGE. I WAS DEE-LIGHTED.
ALAS, I DO NOT HAVE A MAC.
THE iTUBE APP' IS NOT FREE FOR WINDOWS. FOR TRIAL VERSION, DOWNLOADS LIMITED TO TWO.

FULL VERSION WAS OFFERED FROM SITE FOR $30.00, ELSEWHERE FOR $20.00, BUT WHEN I UNINSTALLED PRICE DROPPED TO $15.00.

I DID NOT TRY THE ON-LINE FREE DOWNLOADER.

I WOULD LIKE TO OBTAIN AN APP' THAT DOES AS WELL AS iTUBE
WITHOUT NECESSITY OF FINANCIAL EXPENDITURE.

IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED IN PUBLIC DOMAIN MOVIES, THEN SEE
https://free-classic-movies.com/index.php
TO WATCH ON-LINE OR DOWNLOAD. NO FEE, ALL FREE.
I FOUND ITEMS THAT WERE NOT AT ARCHIVE.ORG, NOR IN THE 'DOLLAR DVD' BIN [DUE TO INFLATION, IT'S NOW THE 'BUCK+ BIN'].

ALLAN

Sat 11th Nov 2017 18:15

Gerard
Westham.
Here you have the whole series 9 of Fry's English Delight
https://www.sendspace.com/file/jshj6m

By the way, I have lost English delight's series 7 and 8 if somebody has them it would be much aprreciated..

Sat 11th Nov 2017 13:20

westham
And another request if I may, and probably easier to fulfill: the most recent episode of Fry's English Delight s9e4 That way madness lies.

Thanks in advance as always
Sat 11th Nov 2017 02:06

westham
And another request if I may, and probably easier to fulfill: the most recent episode of Fry's English Delight s9e4 That way madness lies.

Thanks in advance as always
Sat 11th Nov 2017 02:06

westham
Does anyone happen to have the complete version of s2e2 (Comedy) of The Ideas That Make Us? The version on iplayer is missing the last 30 seconds or so.


Thanks in advance.
Sat 11th Nov 2017 02:00

Andy
Ah that's great Golux, thank you very much.
Fri 10th Nov 2017 20:14

Golux
Andy
Popular free YouTube video ripper iTube Studio (formerly iSkysoft Studio) will happily rip from an audio streaming page, such as BBC Radio iPlayer, to mp3. I use it daily on my Mac, it never fails.
Fri 10th Nov 2017 19:37

Andy
Does anyone know of any other software besides get_iplayer that rips audio from radio stations?

I'm trying to find a way of ripping REM playing Automatic For The People that was on Radio X last night.

Thanks
Fri 10th Nov 2017 18:08

Andy
Does anyone know of any other software besides get_iplayer that rips audio from radio stations?

I'm trying to find a way of ripping REM playing Automatic For The People that was on Radio X last night.

Thanks
Fri 10th Nov 2017 18:08

aussieben
Thanks Stripe
Thu 9th Nov 2017 11:28

Stripe
Hi aussieben,

Sir Clement Freud...

https://www.sendspace.com/file/rmbb14

Thu 9th Nov 2017 08:30

aussieben
Any chance that someone could share 'That Reminds Me s2e4-Sir Clement Freud'?
Thanks
Thu 9th Nov 2017 03:00

uglifruit
Bit of a stab in the dark, but did anyone record the (2 part) George Michael interview (Red line) from Radio 2? I didn't realise it wasn't going to be available on iplayer afterwards, so missed both parts.
Thu 9th Nov 2017 00:11

THEREALLINK
Australian Old Time Radio Recordings
http://www.crossbandradio.com/ozradioarchives.html

http://www.crossbandradio.com/ozserials

http://www.crossbandradio.com/oldpres/
Wed 8th Nov 2017 18:10

HarrySpeakup
Jenny Eclair is very entertaining on the latest Guilty Feminist podcast:
+++ guiltyfeminist.libsyn.com/rss
Wed 8th Nov 2017 08:39

Rick
Hello,

Does anyone have The Sky is Wider By Linda Marshall
and or Jump Blue By Hannah Silva ??

Cheers, Rick
Mon 6th Nov 2017 20:04

Liam
TUT 196 in the usual place:

MF/folder/i9hs1m330c6lv/The_Unbelievable_Truth

Enjoy!

PS - has anyone else been having a hard time uploading to MF these last few days?
Mon 6th Nov 2017 19:34

drew peacock
Thanks pigman. Stripe and all whoove helped. if any ones
interested the rg xfm radio shows are well worth a listen
despite as I say what you may think of him now.

Series 1
mf.com/folder/b4112w4r718v5/series_1
Series 2
mf/folder/9h9mbf9r7n5fa/series_2
Series 3
mf/folder/4c377585l5107/sereis_3
Series 4
mf/folder/4u76mdz3jpdr9/series_4
Mon 6th Nov 2017 19:33

Andy
Thanks for Mrs Sidhu Pigman.
Mon 6th Nov 2017 18:40

HarrySpeakup
Couple of new (to me at least) podcasts that may be of interest to Radio 4 comedy enthusiasts:
+++ feeds.feedburner.com/AudioTimeCapsule
+++ rss.acast.com/walkingthedog
Mon 6th Nov 2017 17:18

Liam
And while we're on the subject, the three readings I'm still missing are:

The Way To Dusty Death - read by SAMUEL WEST
Partisans - read by FRANCIS MATTHEWS
San Andreas - reader unknown, possibly Tony Saunders, but definitely not Alistair Maydon (I have his reading, he's an RNIB reader)
Mon 6th Nov 2017 17:15

Liam
That's odd. I've just tried downloading both files from my main archive, and have encountered no problems with either one.

Both of these audiobooks do have introductory music - which I have found to be a guarantee of them being the correct readings in these series, funnily enough. You can also tell from looking at the box usually.

Although lack of music is no guarantee that it's a wrong reading. About half of these readings in my archive have intro music, and half don't. I don't know why some do and some don't. Most of the ones I've recorded from cassettes myself don't have music, the exception being River Of Death.

There's three different formats that I'm aware of, and I've listed which books come under each category to the best of my memory:

With intro music, and also each side has music to signal the end of the side.
- HMS Ulysses
- River Of Death

With just intro music.
- South By Java Head
- The Last Frontier
- Fear Is The Key
- The Dark Crusader
- The Satan Bug
- Ice Station Zebra
- When Eight Bells Toll
- Force Ten From Navarone
- Puppet On A Chain

No music at all.
- The Guns Of Navarone
- Night Without End
- The Golden Rendezvous
- Where Eagles Dare
- Caravan To Vaccares
- Bear Island
- Breakheart Pass*
- Circus
- The Golden Gate
- Seawitch
- Goodbye California
- Athabasca
- Floodgate
- Santorini*

*It's technically possible that Breakheart Pass and Santorini had music on the source tapes, whoever recorded these had cut it all up into 10min chunks, and I reassembled them into their component chapters rather than bothering with trying to identify the points where the tape changed.
Mon 6th Nov 2017 17:13

Grey Aubrey
Thanks Liam. Your sendspace link works fine, but for some
reason the archive still shows Henry Mancini!!
Mon 6th Nov 2017 12:23

Liam
Reuploaded side 1 of The Last Frontier if still needed

https://www.sendspace.com/file/s5v72o
Mon 6th Nov 2017 10:39

Liam
Re-uploaded side 1 of Fear Is The Key

https://www.sendspace.com/file/72x011
Mon 6th Nov 2017 10:37

Liam
Grey Aubrey - that's odd. I'll upload the first sides of both again.
Mon 6th Nov 2017 10:34

Grey Aubrey
@Liam (or @Noel)
I've been working my way through Liam's MacLean archive
and just got to Fear Is The Key. Unfortunately it seems
that Chapter 1 has been replaced by Henry Mancini - The
Main Theme from Lifeforce, (I think this happened before
for The Last Frontier for @smoker back in September. Do
either of you have the missing chapter? Thanks
Sun 5th Nov 2017 21:51

Dr Gittfinger
Splanky - yep, that's the one I wanted! Some kind person on this board furnished me with Quartermaine's Terms, Missing Dates, Little Nell and Otherwise Engaged, but would love to hear any of his other radio stuff, especially Holy Terror.
Sat 4th Nov 2017 11:27

Pigman
Drew

If you cannot find them elsewhere, JAM Series 1 to 77 (should be) here: http://ovh.to/sAXnMZ Link good for 28 days.

The earlier series are incomplete - some are "lost, believed wiped" - and quality is inevitably "indifferent" as Auntie Beeb has long lost her own copies and these are probably some generations from the original off air recordings. I am still looking for better quality recordings, but suspect these don't exist.

Just a Minute Does Panto 2016 is here: http://ovh.to/d8pENP JAM Christmas 2013 and the JAM Masterclass are included above.
Sat 4th Nov 2017 07:36

Pigman
Andy

Mrs Sidhu here: https://www.4shared.com/s/fleTynpLvei
Sat 4th Nov 2017 07:27

Splanky
Dr Gittfinger,

There was a radio play of Cellmates before it became a stage piece, broadcast on Radio 3. Stephen Fry was not involved. I don't have a copy but perhaps some kind person here might. Fat Chance is a great read and the most compelling of his memoirs/diaries although An Uncommon Pursuit is also a good 'un.
Fri 3rd Nov 2017 23:33

Stripe
Drew, all 4 series of Unthinkable can be found here:

https://www.sendspace.com/folder/mesocf

Fri 3rd Nov 2017 21:39

Andy
Hi folks. i finally figured out how to use get_iplayer. dead simple. never use to be!!!

Unfortunately i just missed episode 1 of Mrs Sidhu Investigates. Would anyone here have the episode or know where i could find it.

Much appreciated, thanks.
Fri 3rd Nov 2017 18:37

THEREALLINK
A Friday Funny
Another Shakespeare
By Martyn Wade
https://archive.org/details/ANOTHERSHAKESPEARE

Based on the real-life story
of an 18th-century forger.

In order to convince his father
that he has great literary skills,
the forger provides him with a
number of Shakespearean documents,
including an exciting new and
undiscovered play.
Fri 3rd Nov 2017 18:04

drew peacock
Thanks stripe. Still desperate for think the unthinkable. Used to even have the rare Christmas party. Suppose I had better find a Jam torrent and begin the 50 years of downloads. Other than that... the list is endless Arthur smith sings leonard cohen double, Mark Thomas, Mark Steele, Lee mack Radio shows, Its gonna take years to collect again. BACK UP PEOPLE!
I have been running some recovery software and have found and restored the ricky g, steve m, and Karl p xfm radio shows so if anyone wants them, Despite what you may think of him now, They're well worth a listen
Fri 3rd Nov 2017 17:52

Dr Gittfinger
Hi gang, I'm just reading Simon Gray's 'Fat Chance' at the moment and wondered if anybody was able to share his 1993 Bill Nighy-starring Radio 3 drama 'With A Nod And A Bow', by any chance?
Fri 3rd Nov 2017 11:14

aussieben
sorry - sticky fingers...
Fri 3rd Nov 2017 08:45

aussieben
Would anyone be able to share Vent Series 1,and the long episode 'Locked In' broadcast as the Friday Play in Nov.2009.
Much appreciated.
Fri 3rd Nov 2017 08:45

aussieben
Would anyone be able to share Vent Series 1,and the long episode 'Locked In' broadcast as the Friday Play in Nov.2009.
Much appreciated.
Fri 3rd Nov 2017 08:45

aussieben
Would anyone be able to share Vent Series 1,and the long episode 'Locked In' broadcast as the Friday Play in Nov.2009.
Much appreciated.
Fri 3rd Nov 2017 08:45

Stripe
What shows are you still looking for Drew?

Thu 2nd Nov 2017 18:03

Liam
My folders for Revolting People and The Castle:

MF/folder/ksik0si7a1cs5/Revolting_People

MF/folder/nwrc5ddodsc0l/The_Castle
Thu 2nd Nov 2017 00:12

drew peacock
Wow. Thankyou all for your responses. Greatly appreciated.
Thanks Liam for reminding me of another 2 lost gems. I cant work out how to come up a folder level from your mf link to dl them though.

I have an old mp3 player with the audio from "wilty" and "Argumental" that I think work quite well as audio rips, if anyone would like me to upload to say thanks. Sadly I think that's all that survived the hd apocalypse, that I can offer.

Tahnks again
Wed 1st Nov 2017 19:35

tclovescricket
Gerard,

That was most kind. Thank you!
Wed 1st Nov 2017 17:44

Gerard
tclovescricket,
here is The Heart of the Saturday Night Series :
https://www.sendspace.com/file/opu18v
Wed 1st Nov 2017 17:35

tclovescricket
Hello all, would anyone be able to share Muriel and Step Right Up from The Heart of Saturday Night, the BBC production of short stories based on Tom Waits songs?
Wed 1st Nov 2017 14:04

Gerard
Drew Peacock,

Bleak expectations and Hut 33 are in the archive.
https://archive.org/details/BleakExpectationsS02E02AReKipperedLifeSmashedSomeMore
https://archive.org/details/Hut33S02E06YankeeDiddle

And Dad's Army is here
http://ge.tt/3aGCegv


Wed 1st Nov 2017 10:57

HarrySpeakup
Drew:
Checkout;
+++ groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/just-a-minute/conversations/messages
+++ tpkradiolinks.tumblr.com/
Wed 1st Nov 2017 10:56

Liam
Drew Peacock

Cabin Pressure is available from my archive:

MF/folder/8vr3fga84gsk6/Cabin_Pressure

While you're there, you might also enjoy Revolting People and The Castle.
Wed 1st Nov 2017 09:37

Pigman
Drew

Absolute Power Series 1 - 4 here: https://tinyurl.com/y9wfq867

Which JAMs do you want? I've got Series 1 to 78 (early ones not complete and some of these poor quality)


Wed 1st Nov 2017 07:07

Golux
drew peacock

You will find Hut 33 and Bleak Expectations at archive.org
Tue 31st Oct 2017 22:40

Kid Curry
Hello Rachael.
I quite agree with you about Reluctant Persuaders. Very well written and the acting is pretty good. I never expected to like Nigel Havers but he plays the part excellently. It's been somewhat under the radar as far as radio forums go. Are you a fan of Sisters, the Susan Calman sitcom?
I do like Max and Ivan as well. Shades of the Nimmo Twins.
Tue 31st Oct 2017 20:11

drew peacock
... Sorry me again cant believe I forgot "ohg" itself.and anything by mark Thomas. Thanks again.

Tue 31st Oct 2017 17:49

drew peacock
Ahh!! hard drive failure and I've lost all my recordings. Found this wonderful site and wondering if anyone can help me replace some lost gems. some memorable lost tressures that come to mind...

Absolute power
Think The Unthinkable
hut 33
bleak expectations
Trevor's world of sport
Dad's army
My massive JAM collection
cabin pressure
Elvenquest

So many treasures lost. Any help greatly appreciated.


Tue 31st Oct 2017 17:35

Liam
TUT 195 @

MF/folder/c3d7ct89j00n7/2015-2019

Enjoy!
Mon 30th Oct 2017 19:28

Rachael
Hi everyone, hope you're all well. It seems like ages since I've posted here, I don't know where the last two years have gone! I just wanted to say how much I've been enjoying 'The Casebook of Max and Ivan' and the new series of 'The Pin' and 'Reluctant Persuaders' that have been broadcast this year. I think that 'Reluctant Persuaders' has the potential to become the new 'Cabin Pressure' if it keeps up this level of quality. Has anybody else got any radio highlights of this year so far? I think 2017 has been a vintage year for radio comedy and can't wait for the new series of JFSP, the new series of 'Double Acts' was exquisite.
Mon 30th Oct 2017 13:01

adam
@aussieben
thanks for the tip!
Mon 30th Oct 2017 00:55

Dragon
@friend

Thank you for that, I didn't even realise there was an album. Much appreciated.


If anyone has the 'The Alien Balladeer' radio series as well, if you could also help me out, I would be very grateful.

Cheers

Kev
Fri 27th Oct 2017 21:13

Andrew
Just in case all you GIPA users hadn't noticed, there is a new version that seems to be working fine (at least on my iMac with Sierra). Happy days!
Fri 27th Oct 2017 10:11

friend
Dragon
Not from R4, but ... (spaces) ...
ht tp://dark mp3.ru/album-the-alien-balladeer-909 62 24.html
Thu 26th Oct 2017 14:33

Dragon
Afternoon everyone,

Would anyone be so kind as to help me with 'The Alien Balladeer' from R4 please.

With the coughs and colds kicking it's is time to stay in the warm and catch up on so radio listening, and try to patch a few holes.

Cheers

Kev


Thu 26th Oct 2017 11:12

HarrySpeakup
Fourth release of get_iplayer in under a month, must be a record....
+++ github.com/get-iplayer/get_iplayer/wiki/releasenotes
Thu 26th Oct 2017 10:36

Stuart
The 4 Extra repeat of The Unbelievable Truth ep 3 IS, however, available via iplayer!
Don't know why R4 won't put it up themselves, but it's there for Monday 23rd Oct at 7.30am on 4X.
Wed 25th Oct 2017 14:43

HarrySpeakup
Armando Iannucci on latest Distractions podcast:
+++ feeds.feedburner.com/DistractionPiecesPodcastWithScroobiusPip
Wed 25th Oct 2017 11:40

gremmie
Thanks again Liam
Tue 24th Oct 2017 02:33

Messageboard archive (Pre 2005), here .