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BBC Sounds is the new way to listen to BBC audio – your favourite programmes, podcasts, radio stations and music all in one place.

Explore a wide variety of new podcasts, music mixes and live sets. Listen live to BBC radio stations. Catch up or listen again to your favourite BBC radio shows.

Features include:
‐ Listen live to all BBC Radio stations
‐ Pause and rewind live radio, see past and future station schedules
‐ Download and listen to your shows on the go
‐ Continue listening from where you left off on any device
‐ Autoplay multiple episodes of series or podcasts or all your downloads (optional)
‐ Subscribe to BBC podcasts, mixes and programmes
‐ See the latest episodes from your favourite programmes and podcasts in one handy list
‐ Get personalised recommendations to discover new audio you’ll love
‐ Send music tracks you like to Apple Music and Spotify
‐ Browse by speech and music categories
‐ Sleep Timer

When using the Apple CarPlay enabled version of the BBC Sounds app, it is your responsibility to always follow safe driving practices (i.e. don’t be distracted and focus on the road at all times). Comply with all relevant laws, traffic regulations and road signs.

To give you the best experience, this app tracks what you’ve listened to on BBC Sounds and how long you’ve listened to programmes for. It also tracks when you add something to Bookmarks or Subscriptions. By “Allow Personalisation”, you will get personalized recommendations. More information can be found here https://www.bbc.co.uk/usingthebbc/account/about-your-personalisation-settings/.

The BBC uses cookies and similar technologies to understand how audiences interact with our services, content (such as podcasts and radio) and marketing messages. The categories of personal data processed by our data processors include the following:
• IP address to determine which UK city/region you are in, or which country/continent you are in if outside of the UK
• Activity data, such as time when you first used this app and programmes you listened to and interacted with
• Your device information, such as device type and OS version

For more information about how and why we use information about you, please visit the BBC Sounds App Privacy Notice. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/help/questions/about-bbc-sounds-and-our-policies/sounds-app-privacy-notice

To read the BBC’s Privacy Policy go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/privacy/

If you install this app you accept the BBC Terms of Use at http://www.bbc.co.uk/terms/

The app is published by BBC Media AT (BBC Media Applications Technologies Limited) which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation).
Full details of BBC Media AT are available on the Companies House website at: http://data.companieshouse.gov.uk/doc/company/07100235 BBC © 2021

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking: http://www.bbc.co.uk/help/web/links/

Version 2.3.3

Small improvements and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5

158.7K Ratings

Not happy

I’m only awarding this 2* as it’s such a poor replacement for the old Ap. Why does it not go directly into the site when I press the Ap? Instead I have to go into Open Ap mode every time and start from scratch. Then finding what I’m looking for is long winded. The only thing I like better than the old Ap is that you’ve split the comedy section up by type of show. However, even then you have to scroll down a load of other stuff to find the menu. If you fall asleep listening to a show, you wake up to find it’s automatically moved onto another show. Not even another episode in the same show, but a completely different show altogether. You then have to start again to find your original show so you can listen again. It’s just messy, overly complicated and long winded. Why mess with something that worked fine before? If you need to change things, please improve them and not make them worse. I’m clearly not alone feeling this way looking at the other reviews and I’m staggered this Ap was passed by your team as fit for purpose. Sorry to sound miserable, but it’s really really poor.

Thank you for your review. When selecting the app from your phone’s home screen it should will launch the app rather than directing you to the BBC Sounds website. We'd recommend reinstalling the app and removing any web bookmarks you’ve added to your home screen, or contacting our Support teams for help with this. We do have a sleep timer feature on our app which you can find in the full player screen. At the bottom of the playback screen, tap the clock icon. Then, select how long you'd like the stream to keep playing before it switches itself off. More on this here: https://bbc.in/2KilWoa You can also switch autoplay off by visiting My Sounds, then Settings, or by selecting the queue icon when on a playback page.

Really poor design

I’ve given this app some time to bed in and still find it infuriating. The design is based upon podcast use rather than a radio station which is its foundation. Therefore to listen as you would to a radio and use it to catch up on programmes you’ve missed or see new content coming up is designed as a secondary poor relative in the structure of the app. You have to hit about 6 buttons to get to where you were last time you listened on catchup to get back to the schedule to see other possible programmes. Moving from radio 4 to 5 is about 20 moves as you have to find small buttons for schedules and then wade through numerous screens to get where you could once get to in 2 clicks. The developer needs to try an navigate using one hand with a child on his hip and attempt to go from radio 4 morning news (preferably when the god bothering bit is on, to add a bit of urgency and irritation to the nix) to radio 5 ((preferably during nick Campbell inane dog rambles) to 4 extra look for comedy ie hancock and then back to radio 4 again . Once they get that in an intuitive easy system with minimum moves and large easy to find buttons which ensures the app doesn’t hang downloading erroneous content it will be an improvement. Ps I get my podcasts on the podcast app not through sounds as it’s a cleaner less complicated system and I don’t want my radio app cluttered up with more annoying cul-de-sacs of nonsense.

Thanks for your review. Navigating between different live stations is done quickly via the “dial” at the top of the Listen page. Moving between schedules can be achieved via the All Stations page, and you can access the schedule for the station you are listening to by tapping the logo on the full player page. Your catchup listening can be seen in the Continue Listening section, and more episodes from a programme can be found via episode detail pages. Hope this is helpful!

Disappointed

I’m very disappointed with this app trying to find plays and stories is difficult. When you are listening it is very difficult to playback as the ap just doesn’t let you do it unless my iPad goes into sleep mode, so I have to close the lid, relift it and then adjust. Sure, if you just want to listen to a station it’s there in front of you, but anything outside this is a fail.
Also you have a section called Electric (something) but it’s just a mess and different stories are mixed in with Book of the Week. There is absolutely no delineation between each book/story. You are left just to scroll through a pile of different titles and work out how many episodes they each have (and this is never actually listed) so in some cases you don’t even know if the book has ended or not, you just have to keep on looking in case another episode appears. Also informing the listers when the next episode will be available, something that used to be the norm, has just simply vanished. The typographic style is woefully inadequate, you really do have to clearly list titles, episode and how many episodes there are. Take Home Front, this is a huge production that should be broken down into manageable sections and then numbered accordingly. Yes it is good to include the date of say ‘16th Oct 1917’ but this needs to be in subtitles. Apps should make things easier not a load of hard work. Regards Tighe

The developer, BBC Media Applications Technologies Limited, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

Information

Provider
BBC Media Applications Technologies Limited

Size
115.8 MB

Category
Music

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 11.3 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 11.3 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 11.3 or later.

Age Rating
12+ Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear ThemesInfrequent/Mild Sexual Content and NudityInfrequent/Mild Realistic ViolenceInfrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive ThemesInfrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment InformationInfrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or ReferencesInfrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humour

Copyright
BBC © 2019

Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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BBC Sounds: Radio & Podcasts

BBC Sounds is the new way to listen to BBC audio – your favourite programmes, podcasts, radio stations and music all in one place.

Explore a wide variety of new podcasts, music mixes and live sets. Listen live to BBC radio stations. Catch up or listen again to your favourite BBC radio shows.

Features include:
‐ Listen live to all BBC Radio stations
‐ Pause and rewind live radio, see past and future station schedules
‐ Download and listen to your shows on the go
‐ Continue listening from where you left off on any device
‐ Autoplay multiple episodes of series or podcasts or all your downloads (optional)
‐ Subscribe to BBC podcasts, mixes and programmes
‐ See the latest episodes from your favourite programmes and podcasts in one handy list
‐ Get personalised recommendations to discover new audio you’ll love
‐ Send music tracks you like to Apple Music and Spotify
‐ Browse by speech and music categories
‐ Sleep Timer

When using the Android Auto enabled version of BBC Sounds, it is your responsibility to always follow safe driving practices (i.e. don’t be distracted and focus on the road at all times). Comply with all relevant laws, traffic regulations and road signs.

To give you the best experience, this app tracks what you’ve listened to on BBC Sounds and how long you’ve listened to programmes for. It also tracks when you add something to Bookmarks or Subscriptions. By “Allow Personalisation”, you will get personalized recommendations. More information can be found here https://www.bbc.co.uk/usingthebbc/account/about-your-personalisation-settings/.

In addition, the BBC Sounds app uses standard Android app permissions that are defined by the Google Android platform.

The BBC uses cookies and similar technologies to understand how audiences interact with our services, content (such as podcasts and radio) and marketing messages. The categories of personal data processed by our data processors include the following:
• IP address to determine which UK city/region you are in, or which country/continent you are in if outside of the UK
• Activity data, such as time when you first used this app and programmes you listened to and interacted with
• Your device information, such as device type and OS version

For Android devices, the following personal data is also processed:
• Which sites referred you to download and use this app
• Personal data such as unique identifier, BBC Account data, type of campaign seen, social media channel used will be collected. We will aggregate it for reporting purposes

You can “opt out” from our data processor’s tracking by filling the “Forget My Device” form in this link https://www.appsflyer.com/optout

For more information about how and why we use information about you, please visit the BBC Sounds App Privacy Notice. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/help/questions/about-bbc-sounds-and-our-policies/sounds-app-privacy-notice

To read the BBC’s Privacy Policy go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/privacy/

If you install this app you accept the BBC Terms of Use at http://www.bbc.co.uk/terms/

The app is published by BBC Media AT (BBC Media Applications Technologies Limited) which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation).

Full details of BBC Media AT are available on the Companies House website at: http://data.companieshouse.gov.uk/doc/company/07100235

BBC © 2021
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking: http://www.bbc.co.uk/help/web/links/

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BBC Gives Away 16,000 Sound Effects for Free

By almost every sound designer, the BBC Sound Effects Library has been regarded as the“must have” soundlibrary. Now, over 16,000 sound effects from BBC Sound Library have been made available to download for free in WAV format for non-commercial uses.

Best Sound Effects for Free

The BBC Sound Effects Library is well known among sound designers and sound engineers. The collection contains sound effects from historical content to the recent productions, covering almost every aspect of sound effect for Film and TV production needs.

Under the Research and Education Space (RES) Platform, The BBC released part of their archive of sound effects for free download. There are 16,000 Sound Effects available as high resolution WAV Format (44.1KHz, 16Bit CD Standard) to download for personal, educational, or research purposes. Here you can find the detailed terms of the RemArc Licence.

There are not only practical sound effects like “Applause,” “Bells,” or “Cars,” but also some fascinating sound effects such as “fizzy liquids” or “one bluebottle insect circling at 7ft – 1972″). You can check out the entire sound library yourself here.

For commercial use, you can license the sound effects also. Since 2009, the whole BBC Sound Library is available on Pro Sound Effects (PSE) for commercial licensing. You can find out more details about commercial licensing here.

Check out all the Sound Effects here.

Besides these free downloads, if you are looking for sound effects, you can also have a look of our other articles where you can find some amazing sound effects, some are even for free like the free cooking sounds from Shutterstock or free samples from the Epic Sound Effects, for cinematic projects, the Ambisonic Sound Library from RØDE will be very useful.

Where do you find your sound effects?What sound effects do you use the most? Let us know your experience or your thoughts by leaving comments below.

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The BBC has unveiled its incredible library of bizarre and obscure sound effects. Better still, it’s all available for free download.

The BBC have opened up their insane archive of over 16,000 sound effects, which you can now download in WAV format free of charge.

The samples are being released under the RemArc license, meaning they can be used for “personal, educational or research purposes“.

BBC Sound Effects Archive

Brimming with unbelievably obscure content from the 1920s onwards, the archive covers almost the entirety of the BBC’s existence.

In the archive, you’ll be able to access such samples as; “South American parrot talking and screeching,” “14 month old baby boy, drinking, saying some words,” and “1966 F.A. Cup Final, half-time whistle.”

All samples are tagged and searchable, so you can navigate this bizarre library with ease.

If you’re ever going to dive into the infinite world of sound effects than BBC is probably your most authoritative source too. All downloaded in high quality WAV format, you will have sound effects coming out of your ears.

Even if you aren’t particularly interested in foley or cinema it’s pretty amazing just to have a gander through this amazing collection of sounds and be entertained for days.

Head over to the BBC website to access the full archive.

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Over 16,000 sound effects made available for free from BBC library

The BBC has made its sound effects archive available to the public for free for the first time.

The archive incorporates effects used by the corporation's radio output since the 1920s - that tallies up to a staggering 16,000 sound effects.

So you are truly in luck if you're desperately in need of the sound of a South American parrot talking and screeching, the sound of the interior of a Belgian post office (busy, of course), or the sound of an inflating rubber dinghy.

All this and more right at your fingertips thanks to the BBC's easily searchable iteration of the archive.

However there is one important reservation on its usage: as per the RemArc licence, the sound effects can only be used for "personal, educational, or research purposes".

You can explore the BBC sound effect library in full here.

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The Complete BBC Sound Effects Library
Hard Drive

The Complete BBC Sound Effects Library is a comprehensive collection containing over two hundred sound categories including international ambiences, animals from Africa to Asia, wind and rain, machines, sports, battles and guns, traffic, and hundreds of others. All sound effects are well named and intuitively categorized in folders with descriptive names for easy browsing. They also contain rich embedded metadata for pinpoint sound effects searches. For a massive collection of more than 29,000 royalty free sound effects that cover the globe and practically everything in it, try The Complete BBC Sound Effects Library.


The BBC Complete Sound Effects Library contains all of the sounds from these 3 BBC collections, which are also available individually from Sound Ideas:

  • The BBC Nature Sound Effects Library
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Provides sound effects in major sound categories:

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