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How to get live streaming to work on my Macbook

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Hi folks

I have a new Apple MacBook and would love to listen to itunes radio and BBC radio. However, it just won't let me do it. The administrator has set things up in such a way to prevent this, and I wondered if there was a way to bypass his mad rules?
In network, WEB, SECURE and FTP are all ticked, but not SOCKS STREAMING RTSP and GOPHER, attached. Is there a way without going through the admin route? I've tried to explain to him what I need but it goes in one ear and out the other, language barrier I guess or something like that. Is there something I can download? anything? Please?!!

Cheers and a happy new year

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i know next to nothing about macs or itunes, but i do know you do not need 'special' software to listen to bbc radio,

this is the link for the radio channels, its on radio one at the moment but you can use the stations button to change stations


hope it helps
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