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|If you don't get the 3-minute radio broadcast, you may need to install a plugin or player. Click here for a page with links to the popular plugins. Although it's a Mozilla and Firefox page, items are listed for all browsers. You will want to tell some browsers which player to use.
Microsoft makes your decisions for you if you use Internet Explorer. Likewise, Mac users probably will find the files play with no special attention.
Select "Manage", then search the extensions column for MP3. (There are two entries.) Select one, then "Change action" to get the box below. Browse for the player of your choice. Here QuickTime Player is shown. You'll have to browse under c:\Program Files\ to find QuickTime\QuickTimePlayer.exe or Real\RealPlayer\realplay.exe.
Click the Edit... box to obtain the box below. The QuickTime plug-in does work properly with Opera. My personal preference is to use one of the players. You may have to browse in c:\Program Files\ for QuickTime\QuickTimePlayer.exe or Real\RealPlayer\realplay.exe.