is back online (after having been taken down by the BBC)

SFFaudio News, that wondrous torrent tracker for public radio programmes, is back online. I was getting worried!

Apparently the site was taken down at the request of the BBC. As one commenter pointed out, it’s a case of the ‘left hand isn’t sure what the right is doing’ – how often have we seen stories like THIS?

But, of all the comments, this was the sentiment I liked most:

Thank you all very much for the hard work you put in to running the site. It’s just a brilliant resource all together, and has brought hours of pleasure to my life. Very glad to have you back.

And to make it tangible I’ve just made a $25 USD donation.

If you haven’t yet checked out, then do, it’s brilliant!

Posted by Jesse Willis

8 thoughts to “ is back online (after having been taken down by the BBC)”

  1. Jesse,

    Thank you (again) for your support :)

    We are up against ‘AudioGo’ – who are as far as we can see are a commercial enterprise who have been tasked with taking material paid for by the BBC license payer and then selling it back to them at a nice profit for AudioGo!…

    I’d be keen to hear the views of your readers – and I promise that we WILL do that podcast sooner or later! :D


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