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     BBC Commentaries    
     Author:  maxarodenfoe
     Dated:  Tuesday, April 18 2006 @ 04:57 PM EDT
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    Doctor Who NewsYou can download BBC commentaries for each episode of the new series of Doctor Who (inclusing The Christmas Invasion) in the form of a podcast.

    This method is probably more convienient than using the links on the official BBC website.

    Unfortunately, the BBC website has not posted a link for people to subscribe to the podcast, so I suggest using iTunes and searching for Doctor Who in the Padcast area, and I'm sure you'll soon find it...

    It's well worth a listen to hear the producers of the programme (and even David Tennant) discussing how they made the individual episodes.

    Hope you find this peice of news useful.

    Peace Out.



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    BBC Commentaries
    Authored by: Louis on Tuesday, April 18 2006 @ 05:25 PM EDT
    For The Christmas Invasion, after the BBC released the commentary on their site,
    a fan made it available via iTunes as a podcast. Perhaps he or she will continue it
    through the 2006 series? The BBC didn't seem to mind. Though the last time I
    checked (sometime over the weekend, I didn't see it in that podcast feed).


    Cheers,
    Louis

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    BBC Commentaries
    Authored by: Cybrarian on Saturday, April 22 2006 @ 01:43 PM EDT
    If you're a Mac user, you can get the audio capture program "Audio Hijack" from rogueamoeba.com, to capture the commentary as it plays on your computer. This leaves an AIFF file on your desktop, which you can dump into iTunes and convert to an mp3 file. There are probably other programs for Mac as well as PC, this is just the one I use. A download of the full program costs $16.

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    BBC Commentaries
    Authored by: Abersoch on Sunday, May 07 2006 @ 09:05 PM EDT
    There is now a link to subscribe to the commentaries. You need to paste this into your podcast downloading software - http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/rss/2006_commentaries.xml
    BBC Commentaries
    Authored by: Archie on Thursday, May 11 2006 @ 09:37 AM EDT
    You might like to know that the commentries are linked directly from the BBC website now. http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/sounds/ will take you right to the page they are on. Enjoy. I'm currently downloading them now to listen to on the drive home. Traffic jams will now be welcome! Archie

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