We retain the copyright for any public performance or commercial use of our recordings and the details are spelt out in our Commercial Page. But you can download them free of charge for your unrestricted personal use.
If you like the recordings please make a donation to Rotary International's End Polio Now Fund.
This should be very simple but we provide some sugggestions if you hit any problems.
We provide some tips on using our MP3 recordings on iTunes and hence iPod, iPhone and iPad.
Our MP3 files are set up with links for you to click and download. But depending on your
settings some browsers will take the file and play it and it may not be obvious if or where
it is stored for future plays. Each Browser varies so we will look at each of the four main
ones depending whther you start with Left Click or Right click on your Browser.
Right Click Browsers:
This is the most commonly used browser on our site and on IE 9 if you click the right button
over the Free Download link you can select Save Target to save the file in your Downloads
Folder. If you have a Media Player installed in your browser you may have to go into your
Tools : Manage Addons to disable it before this feature will work.
On Safari if you Right Click over the Free Download link you will be offered the Download
Linked File option and if you select the Save option it will be stored in the Downloads folder
which you can access from the Settings pull down menu.
Left Click Browsers:
With Firefox the default option is for Left Click on the mouse to download the file into the Download Folder which can be found at the
top of the Tools menu. You may also find that the media player that you have set up for MP3s will start playing it.
On Chrome when you Left Click your mouse the file will down load and start to play in the browser window but if you Right Click on
that page you will be offered the option to Save As which will open a filing window so that you can save it where ever you like.