Recording 'archived' items on iplayer site
klynchk at gmail.com
Thu Jun 28 18:00:42 EDT 2012
Funny that - I tried this earlier today. This page for the archive.
Yields the PID - b006qykl
get_iplayer --pid=b006qykl --type=radio --pid-recursive
has a go at downloading the archive. I've not let it run as somewhere
in the get_iplayer doc it says don't download whole archives.
In that spirit what I did do was download 100 shows I most wanted to
listen to with some hackery, including a 70 Second pause between
On 28 June 2012 20:44, Alastair <ajebay at errichel.co.uk> wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Jun 2012 15:56:21 +0100 dinkypumpkin wrote:
>>On 29/06/2012 13:18, James Cook wrote:
>>>Doesnt --pid-recursive do this?
>>>e.g. get_iplayer.pl --profiledir=. --type=radio --pid b00XXXXX
>>Should do. The only slight gotcha is that --pid-recursive can pick up old episodes of a
>>series that no longer have media available. It's harmless, but burns a few extra
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> A dumb question please from an interested observer. Why is it I can only see the In Our
> Time archives when searching with --type radio or --type podcast. What is command line
> type option to search for these archived programmes?
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