How To Save BBC Radio Streams As MP3 Files


BBC Radio is among the most popular radio stations on the Internet. You can access it through Windows Media Player, Real Media Player and BBC Radio Player. While it lets you listen to so many great radio streams, BBC Radio doesn’t show users the option to download them as MP3 files. So, the only way to save the BBC radio streams as audio files is to use a reliable third-party tool. Wondershare Streaming Audio Recorder is the best program for this purpose. You can record all BBC ratio streams from Radios 1 to 6 and listen to them offline. And you’re assured that the quality of the radio streams is preserved, since all the files are stored in lossless format.

About the software

Wondershare Streaming Audio Recorder records audio perfectly from over 500 popular radio stations and online music sites, such as YouTube, Pandora, Spotify, BBC Radio, iTunes Radio and many more. Plus, you can choose from a range of other online sources including YouTube Music, Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music, Google Play Music, Yahoo Music and Deezer. The best part is that using this recorder is completely legal. It is compatible with Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP.

How to save BBC Radio streams as MP3 files:

Step One: Install and run the recorder

Begin this short and simple process by installing and running the audio recorder on your computer. Then, click the desktop icon to launch it.

Step Two: Start to record BBC radio

Next, go to the upper-left corner of the interface. You’ll find the “Record” button; just click on it. Now, the program is ready to record the audio.

Step Three: Play the BBC radio stream

As the last step, open the BBC Radio Player and start playing the radio station. The recorder will then immediately start saving the stream as an MP3 file. Once the process is over, you’ll be informed by the program. To stop recording, simply click on the “Record” button again. And it’s done!

You can access the recorded file in the Library. To view it in its containing folder, right click on the track, and select “Open in Folder”.

Closing Words

You have just learned the easiest, safest and quickest way to save any audio stream from BBC Radio to your computer in MP3 format. If you want, you can even transfer the stream to your phone, tablet or music devices and enjoy it any time, anywhere.