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Erik Andvik erik_andvik at SIL.ORG
Thu Nov 29 15:56:23 UTC 2012

I just tried the link from here in Norway and was able to hear the current program no problem. 

-Erik Andvik

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From: The Tibeto-Burman Discussion List [mailto:tibeto-burman-linguistics at LISTSERV.LINGUISTLIST.ORG] On Behalf Of Mike Morgan
Sent: 29. november 2012 14:19

however, presumably, like all other BBC streamed broadcasts, it will ONLY be viewable to people residing in the UK...

On 11/29/12, Gerald Roche <gjroche at> wrote:
> With apologies for cross-posting.
> I thought that you might be interested to know about a three-part 
> series that Mark Turin is presenting on BBC Radio 4 on themes of 
> language diversity, endangerment and policy that starts next week.
> The first episode, recorded in Nepal over the summer, airs from 
> 11:00-11:30am GMT on Monday, 3 December, 2012. Alongside analogue and 
> digital radio transmission in the UK, the programme will be streamed 
> live
> online:
> <>.
> The series has its own set of web pages on the BBC site:
> <>
> Best,
> Gerald Roche

mwm || *U*C> || mike || माईक || мика || マイク (aka Dr Michael W Morgan) sign language linguist / linguistic typologist academic adviser, Nepal Sign Language Training and Research NDFN, Kathmandu, Nepal

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