I have a copy (on CD) of a BBC radio play from the early '70's of "The Pothole Rescue" which is a dramatisation of the mid '60's Llethrid rescue. I don't know if there would be copyright issues, but if you want a copy for the archive, send me a pm.
Is there any way of getting the audio to play using the Flash plugin rather than the Quicktime plugin? I've tried messing with Firefox's file associations but it won't work.
Just preference really - most ppl have Flash installed already for youtube, etc.
The Flash player works great - nice work A good decision I reckon - if you check Adobe's Flash Player Statistics (they may be a touch biased I guess ) then 99% of browsers have Flash installed, as opposed to only 64% with Quicktime.
Technicalities aside, some really fascinating stuff in the audio-archive, well recommended
Just one question, with the Eric Hensler interviews it goes from 1, 2, 3 and 5. Is there a 4th interview or should the one be labelled as 5th be the 4th?
Also does anyone have any pictures of Bob Leakey that could be uploaded on to the website to go with the descriptions or put on here? It'd be useful for me as I've put the audio files in iTunes as audiobooks, and am using the pictures as album artwork etc.
Good work Mr Langliffe.
It currently consists of thirty odd recordings about memorable caving incidents of the past, recalled by various notables including Graham Balcombe, Bob Leakey, Ken Pearce and Martyn Farr. None last more than 15 minutes.More recordings are steadily being added from a stockpile, but many more are required!
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