The Archers

#1
Any fans of the Archers on here?

Two questions then, I'm off to the Falklands soon and Afghanistan later on this year - will i be able to listen to it my favourite show and if so do i need to buy a world band radio or is there a better way of doing it?
 
#3
You can get the Archers via podcast in one weekly update, but you may not be able to download it outside of the UK due to licensing.

The best bet would be to get someone in the UK to download it and email it to you. You don't need an iPod, just iTunes set up on your laptop.
 
#4
It's an mp3 file so you can play it on windows media player or even a personal mp3 player.
 
#5
Cheers Guys, I hadn't thought of getting someone to email it over to me! I download the podcast over here anyhow becasue I'm never near a radio when it on.
 
#8
While you are away you'll need to know the story line. This is it :-

All women in Ambridge are long suffering, hard working saints who have peculiar names like Usha and Shula. They are the pillars of the rural community and never swear.

All men are thick bastards. They don't swear either.


There, that should see you for 12 months worth of episodes while you are away.
 
#9
12volts said:
While you are away you'll need to know the story line. This is it :-

All women in Ambridge are long suffering, hard working saints who have peculiar names like Usha and Shula. They are the pillars of the rural community and never swear.

All men are thick bastards. They don't swear either.


There, that should see you for 12 months worth of episodes while you are away.
They're in the 21st century now, they've got their very own 'I'm the only gay in the village' albeit she is a split-arse.
 

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#11
AFAIK You can listen to radio stations on I player world wide it's t.v. you can't get outside the U.K.
 
#12
sunami said:
12volts said:
While you are away you'll need to know the story line. This is it :-

All women in Ambridge are long suffering, hard working saints who have peculiar names like Usha and Shula. They are the pillars of the rural community and never swear.

All men are thick bastards. They don't swear either.


There, that should see you for 12 months worth of episodes while you are away.
They're in the 21st century now, they've got their very own 'I'm the only gay in the village' albeit she is a split-arse.
no they haven't - there is a gay male couple, a chef and a farmer
 
#14
12volts said:
Oooh nooooh ah nearly forgot ..........
Thank you Roooooth
 
#15
I had this trouble on H9, I wrote a lovely letter to head of radio 4 and she sent me every episode out on CD, jolly sporting of her, wouldnt you say. I would definitly give this line a try.
 
#17
its free, but I wasnt there so cant coment on how good it was, and the download speeds in the Fobs are equivelent to an invalid scooter, so you couldnt download podcasts. you would need a fellow fan to put them on a disc and mail them out.

thats if head of radio 4 wont do it
 

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