I think I’m fed up with this now; it took me a while to realise that the Kservice.exe process was running in the background, even after a reboot, after which the iPlayer wasn’t turned on. So you have to Contrl + Alt + Delete the process every time you turn on the machine.
You’ve got the Kservice.exe file running and using your bandwidth without notification – this is a real oversight : I understand why – most people will unwittingly share the latest episode of Eastenders, and the service will seem really fast (which I still think, it is).
But for those of us which limit out bandwidth usage on peak hours, this is as good as a slap in the face.
Let’s hope the BBC have got the message about this?
The James Martin 21st Century School has just had a bit of a revamp; go look see.
Kirsten Johnson’s website has been re-released.
“Kirsten Johnson’s recordings and performances have delighted listeners around the world. She has performed in Austria, the Czech Republic, Italy, Japan and throughout the United States and United Kingdom. Her CDs have been given airplay on BBC Radio 3, on public radio stations across the U.S., and on radio stations in many European countries. In the UK she has performed in the Wigmore Hall, the Purcell Room, the Royal Academy of Music, the Holywell Music Room, Oxford, and the Austrian Institute, London.”