Correction time (again!) -- When I talked about making minidisc recordings from BBCi's 'Listen Again' I was wrong when I said my digital recordings were classed as digital originals. They're not, they're classed as digital copies, which means that I can't make further digital copies from them at all, and that's what I find inconvenient. If I want to copy the recordings to CD I have to use the analogue input on my CD recorder, which means standing over it to make the track marks (you can't make track marks afterwards when using a CD recorder -- unlike when recording to minidiscs).
Not that many people wanted to know that.... But here's something that tons of people are anxiously waiting for: the CLUE!
Right, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to win the new paperback copy of The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. Just tell me where you think the two-minute ambient audio clip (played on RUR 4) was recorded. Within 100 km. It's a capital city. In continental Europe. I will respond to the first correct email with a request for a mailing address.