Now you can listen to iPM on iPlayer on iPhone, iirc

iPhone, Mobile phones, Websites

timwestwood.jpgThe BBC, pioneers of colour TV, stereo sound, teletext, and HDTV, among other now standard technologies have come up with a revolutionary new idea: putting radio programmes on digital audio players.

They’ve now made radio programmes available on the iPhone/iPod Touch version of the BBC iPlayer.

So if you fancy catching up with Tim Westwood or want to listen to Sara Cox inexplicably continuing to have a career, grab your iPhone and you can stream their shows at 128kbps for up to a week after broadcast.

Unfortunately because of the quality of the streams, it’s only going to work over wifi, so no radio iPlayer on the go just yet.

(via Ars Technica)

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