I discover that my BBC Radio 4 programme on Carroll is on a BitTorrent site called Demonoid.com. BitTorrent is peer-to-peer distribution of pirated stuff. People signing up can hear the whole programme but in exchange they have to agree to host parts of other programmes on their computers, so no one site hosts the whole thing. Demonoid isn't taking any more applicants at present, and I suspect it's not legal. I'm strangely pleased that someone thought the programme interesting enough to be worth pirating though. It DID get two sections onto BBC Pick of the Week at the time, but this is the only way anyone will hear it now, since the BBC has taken it offline.