Re: [pepysdiary] Re: Re The Diary of Samuel Pepys on BBC 7
That would be a wonderful finish to what you so kindly began - A boon for those of us who were able to 'listen again' once or more, but esp for those who were not!!
At 06:06 PM 7/23/2006 +0100, you wrote:
I started this off by mentioning it in the first place and then failed to record the episodes myself. However I have a possible solution, if, as I suspect, the response from the BBC is negative. I have the series on cassette - it was sold by the BBC but is no longer available. I also have the technology to record from cassette to mp3, it's just a matter of sorting it out and doing the recording in real time. Obviously the quality isn't as good as CD but it's not bad. When I've done it I'll put the files here.
On 22 Jul 2006, at 21:43, graham_t_1661 wrote:
I know the Beeb are keen on podcasting, but are limited by copyright
laws. However, they should own the rights to one of their own dramatic
series. It might be worth suggesting that the perfect accompaniament
to a 17th Century blog is a 17th century podcast.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Terry Foreman <terry.foreman@...>
> Folks, I left a series of inquiries with BBC 7:
> Will this excellent six-part programme be on again?
> If so, can an alert be set?
> Can the 6-episode programme be purchased on CD?
> There are over 100 members of The PepysDiary Discussion Group with a
> than passing interest in the answers.
> Congratulations on a hit!
> There are only 97 members at the moment, so it was a bit of Navy Office
> I'll let you know what transpres.