Streaming Audio repeats every 11.5 minutes????

when on the CBC Ideas streaming audio site, the stream repeats and layers over itself after 10-15 minutes.
try it...
Im on a older computer on ubuntu 10.04 (768 megs ram)

Check to see if the problem is happening at the 99th slide. iDVD slideshows can hang up there. If so, reduce to 98.
I make my slideshows in iPhoto instead of iDVD, then File/Export to my desktop and drag the resulting Quicktime movie into the edge of the iDVD project's main window. You won't have the glitch at No. 99, if that's the problem.

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