Monday, May 07, 2018

The Life and Rhymes of Benjamin Zephaniah



After listening to Radio 4 for really my whole life I wonder why I continued to be surprised at the quality output from this premiere UK, BBC radio station.

Today I'd like to draw your attention to the Book of the Week programme, which is just as the title suggests.

I don't need to rant and rave, in my amateurish words and text about how brilliant it is.  I simply want you to follow this example

Think of this as an educational tutorial


You simply start at this webpage

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b22980/episodes/player

You sit back and listen to all 5, 14 minute episodes.  Then you can decide whether this is a quality programme you want to subscribe to.

By this I mean

- You goto  http://www.bbc.com/ and create yourself a userid and password

- you goto the Book of the Week Website




- you click on the plus button to add to your favourites

- now these choices are recorded into myradio  option

- you finish listening to all of those 5 glorious  IMHO episodes


I still find it difficult to come to terms with that all this high quality, precision edited, and produced audio is available on demand, streamed to your Internet receiving PC or smartphone in real time.  Oh, and you can go back a full 30 days in case you missed something.

oh, and it is totally free.  Yes zero cost to you.

And with that said please full speed ahead to listen to

/The life and Rhymes of Benjamin Zephaniah/

without delay before your 30 days timeout is up.

Thank you for listening :-)





Links

BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week