i am wondering if anyone in the states is able to find the neverwhere radio show referenced by neil in his blog post today. i've been searching on the bbc radio show pages for the past couple weeks trying to find a reference to when they will start posting the show (since it is slated to start this month) without success. i'm in minnesota and would love to listen in if and when it's avaialble to us low lyers in the states.
I prefer to live in a country that's small, and old, and where no one would ever have the NERVE to wear a cape in public, whether they could leap tall buildings in a single bound or not.
the parrot... ...gets tiresome.
the parrot... ...i ate him.
I don't listen to radio station , so its harder for me to help you.
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Jose A Logan
Good news- It'll be podcast:
Download - Drama of the week
The first episode of Neverwhere will be offered as the Drama of the Week and will be available to download from the BBC Podcast website from Friday March 22nd.
You can listen to it on the iPlayer internationally (i.e., from the USA) at:
Episode 1, "London Below" is here. It aired Saturday on Radio 4, was repeated on Sunday on 4 Extra, and episodes 2-6 will air one each weekday on 4 Extra.
The overall site for the show is here:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01r522y and includes interviews and extra stuff.
All the BBC radio is usually available for up to 7 days from the time of broadcast. BTW, there's also a Terry Pratchett Discworld adaptation (Eric) going on right now, too. And if you're a big Benedict Cumberbatch fan, you may want to keep an eye out for when 4 Extra repeats Cabin Pressure.
After all six episodes of Neverwhere have been broadcast, I believe they'll show up on the Drama of the Week podcast:
Has anybody heard any news about whether Neverwhere will be rebroadcast, or if it's going to be available again on the BBC iplayer? I saw it was supposed to be available for a year and then when I went back to listen to it, it was unavailable with no note as to when that might change.
Anyone know the answer?
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