How do I find BBC Audio Books?
On the BBC Sounds app, scroll down the homepage to the Categories section. Tap View All, then head to the Audiobooks category.
Can I listen to Radio 4 on catch up?
You can listen live online and also listen again to programmes broadcast on BBC Sounds. You listen live by accessing the link in the top banner or catch up on a past programme by finding a programme in the Schedule. Many Radio 4 programmes are available as podcasts or downloads which you can listen to on most devices.
How do I download an audio book from BBC?
Read on for our guide to download…
- Download the app from your app store (e.g. iTunes, Google Play) and open it.
- Swipe right on the top section and select 4 Stories.
- Find a programme you would like to download and select the pink play button on the image.
- Tap Download to save the programme to your device.
What happens when you subscribe to a Programme on BBC Sounds?
Subscribing on BBC Sounds means you’ll see a personalised feed of your favourite podcasts and programmes in My Sounds. You will need to download episodes individually. Click on an episode of the programme you want to add to your Subscribed list. Then click Subscribe at the bottom right corner of the playback bar.
How do I listen to BBC radio 4 on my phone?
You can now install the BBC Sounds app on your Amazon Fire, Android or iOS device. Just search for “BBC Sounds” in your app store. To check if your device is supported, head to the Can I use BBC Sounds on my mobile or tablet?
How do I listen to BBC Radio 4 on my phone?
Is the Book of the week on Radio 4?
“Book of the Week” BBC Radio 4. Stephen’s stories from THE EXAMINED LIFE , abridged and produced by Jill Waters and read by Peter Marinker, will be serialised as “Book of the Week” on BBC Radio 4. The programme is repeated each night at 12.30 AM and will be available to listen again on iPlayer for one week after the original broadcast.
Where can I listen to Book of the week?
Stephen’s stories from THE EXAMINED LIFE , abridged and produced by Jill Waters and read by Peter Marinker, will be serialised as “Book of the Week” on BBC Radio 4. The programme is repeated each night at 12.30 AM and will be available to listen again on iPlayer for one week after the original broadcast.
What did Stephen Grosz do on Radio 4?
Stephen Grosz examines the ways that people protect themselves with lies and bluster. Listen here. Stephen recounts a patient who revealed his inner life over the telephone with a meticulous description of his house. Listen here. Stephen offers two different accounts of how the parent / child relationship can affect adult life.
Who is the author of sounds of the week?
Cixi adopts the three-year-old son of her sister and names him Emperor. A young ambitious reformist looks to topple Cixi from power, and a battle of wits ensues. Cixi faces her greatest challenge as ruler, when anti-Western feeling leads to violence. Writer Panashe Chigumadzi’s letter from South Africa in the week of the ANC elections.