BBC boosts its on-demand radio content

The BBC has relaunched its internet radio player to make almost
every BBC Radio programme available for seven days after broadcast.

The
new player provides all the content and options available on the
current system, but includes over 80 more programmes, making nearly all
of the BBC’s national radio output available on-demand via the internet.

Newly
available programmes include Midday News on Five Live , Drive with
Nikki Bedi and Breakfast with Gagan Grewal , both on the Asian Network,
and a selection of programmes from Radio 1, 2 and 3.

The new
radio player also features live streaming of every one of the BBC’s
English local radio and national stations: Radio Scotland and Radio Nan
Gaidheal; Radio Wales and Radio Cymru; Radio Ulster and Radio Foyle.

For
the first time it will also be possible for listeners to stop a
programme at any point, switch off the computer and then resume
listening from that point at any time during the seven days the
programme is available. Listeners can also explore the other content on
offer without interrupting listening.

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