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Radio Matters / Re: Motown programs
« on: January 17, 2009, 02:23:39 PM »
I was listening to Hitsville, loved both of those. I told my kids I was so sorry their music now is so depressing, they like mine better anyway!

Radio Matters / Motown programs
« on: January 17, 2009, 02:09:48 PM »
I\'m loving these Motown programs they\'ve been running on R2 and such. Jump in the wayback machine and take a spin!

Radio Matters / The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
« on: January 17, 2009, 11:01:39 AM »
I\'ve just finished listening to \"The Ferrers Documents\". I loved it! I\'m going to miss these stories so much. I really hope there will be more to come. I\'ve posted on the 7 board asking if there will be further adventures.

I wouldn\'t mind if they\'d repeat the others through again. I know many are fed up with repeats of these, but I don\'t believe I\'d ever get tired of them....sorry. To me they\'re classics.

I saw Tru\'s newsletter, and I\'m looking forward to that one. Didn\'t they do this one a few months ago or am I dreaming again?

I think that\'s true, Ivor. He seemed to be using the nurse as his \"Watson\", it just didn\'t seem like he did it frequently enough in this particular production. You may be right, that may be the problem with this one as well. You didn\'t really get a sense of where he was in the mystery as it went along. Also, I had a hard time keeping up with the characters. They all ran together a bit for me. I still enjoyed it though.

Just finished Murder In Mesopotamia. I hadn\'t heard this one before (though I read the book years ago), and really enjoyed it. Somehow this one didn\'t seem to be as good as some of the other adaptations I\'ve heard on R7. I\'m not quite sure why, but it seemed kind of hard to follow for some reason. Regardless, I still enjoyed it a lot, and looking forward to A Murder Is Announced. :)

Before I found the BBC Online, I went in search of Old Time Radio. During my journey...somehow....someone....evil....downloaded the whole(?) series onto my computer (along with All Gas and Gaiters) and I couldn\'t get it, of course....I had to......listen to it.

It\'s hilarious. I absolutely love it. When there\'s nothing else on, I know I can put this on and be perfectly happy. So it was a happy.....accident @\'.2\'@

R4 Extra (The Station Formerly Known As R7) Matter / Eddie Izzard
« on: January 16, 2009, 09:23:36 AM »
I missed the first part of this....but the second is hilarious!

Loved is circle of \"cool\"! So true.

Well, there ya\' go. ;)

I\'m loving this one too, though I have to play serious catch-up.

Well, I\'m passing this on!  I don\'t know who George Melly is :(

\"....... a simple idiot (or differently intelligent\"

I am sooooo stealing this, Con!

That was a real visual, K.....bwahahahaha! :)

Thanks K! What is it with that \"acl\" thing in the link. That one always gives me trouble, that and the \"support/redirect\". The latter seems the real pain. For that one I have to go to the iPlayer and use their Real link....yuck!

Anyhoo, thanks again!

Help / Re: RSS Feeds
« on: January 02, 2009, 12:27:57 AM »
Oh, my sincere apologies, filinag! I attributed the RSS Feed help in another thread to Bob (He helped with the Avatars and Emoticons). Thanks so much for the info...I will peruse, and try to understand when my brain is functioning properly.

Help / RSS Feeds
« on: December 30, 2008, 05:43:35 PM »
Hey, does anyone out there know how to make the RSS Feeds work for the forum? I\'ve only done the RSS thing once or twice, but usually, there is an idiot proof (which I need) link to click.

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