[access-uk] Re: Accessible Radio Program

  • From: "Ray's Home" <rays-home@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 14:22:10 +0100

I some times get the impression a few people regard Alistair King's 
'accessable' programs as the wimpts way out.  Well, I'd say for many users he 
is, to a great extent, on the right track.

I can navigate Listen Again and the aweful BBC Player Ok, no prob, but I must 
admit that, especially on a saturday night when I'm trying to escape the 
obsessive disorder which is Radio WM's football adiction, I go to the net to 
hear John Platt's network Gold, and I find Accessable Radio jus the job here, 
as I can hopp between Radio's Stoke, Shropshire, Hereford and Worcester until I 
can get my fix of Network Gold which, mercifully, mostly plays stuff from 
before 1980.  I also make quick trips to Radio Ulster and Foyle, and a few 
more, so nipping around, without first having to log the stations in Favorites 
is nice to be able to do.

What's more, since I've installed NOD32 and I'm trialing Outpost Firewall too, 
the Accessable Radio program picks up on the various radio streams more 

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Chipmunks" <chipmunks@xxxxxxx>

: Hi,sandra,
: I did redownload and reinstall the program but to no avail. I have
: since contacted the developer and hope that he might be able to help
: me solve the problem.
: Cheers,
: Doris At 08:41 AM 3/31/2006 +0100, you wrote:
: >Hi Steve,
: >I'm not Doris, but I use the accessible radio program too.  Let's
: >just say it's a lot quicker to find your programme from a list and
: >hit enter to start listening and to go to a station website and find
: >the listen live link or whatever they happen to call it.  Just call
: >it convenience, or even laziness if you like.
: >As for your error, Doris, I've never had this so I've no idea why
: >you should be getting it.  I think I'd download the file again in
: >case the original is corrupt!
: >
: >Cheers,
: >Sandra.
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