Audible DOTD, Absolute Power (BBC radio comedy) £2.99
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Audible DOTD, Absolute Power (BBC radio comedy) £2.99

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Found 12th Oct
Stephen Fry and John Bird star as masters of spin Charles Prentiss and Martin McCabe in all 22 episodes of the BBC Radio 4 series.




Prentiss McCabe is a London-based 'government-media relations consultancy', and in each episode Charles and Martin are embroiled in the machinations of the British political system.




This complete collection includes all 21 episodes of the four series broadcast between 2000 and 2004, plus the special 2006 episode.




Duration: 11 hours approx.






I think this is worth £3, purchased mine.

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Great series.

I voted this hot, because of the price, but can you burn this to a DVD or blue ray in a readable format? (without special reading software)

Why on earth did you use the gaming tag?

looks to me like you have to subscribe at 3.99 a month and then cancel after one month.

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jasee10 h, 49 m ago

I voted this hot, because of the price, but can you burn this to a DVD or …I voted this hot, because of the price, but can you burn this to a DVD or blue ray in a readable format? (without special reading software)

No, as far as I know you can only use there software to play. There used to be a convert software called Audials but it's years since I last looked into converting the Audible files.

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Chris06093 h, 25 m ago

looks to me like you have to subscribe at 3.99 a month and then cancel …looks to me like you have to subscribe at 3.99 a month and then cancel after one month.

No, you can sign in using an Amazon account. You can make a one off purchase without subscription.

jasee12th Oct

I voted this hot, because of the price, but can you burn this to a DVD or …I voted this hot, because of the price, but can you burn this to a DVD or blue ray in a readable format? (without special reading software)


What you need is Inaudible 1v94 software for Windows. This will convert your Audible download into a folder containing MP3s, one chapter per MP3. It can even replace the standard Audible downloader with it's own so that conversion becomes a 1-click solution. From there you can burn these MP3s to a CD (if less than 700MBish) in MP3 or in audio CD format. I use Inaudible every time I buy a book so that I can play them on my beloved (Rockboxed) Sansa Clip+ Mp3 player.
Edited by: "fablanta" 15th Oct

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Matt404512 h, 26 m ago

Why on earth did you use the gaming tag?

Didn't realise I did, wasn't intentional
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