THE BBC is to introduce a new radio website, codenamed 'Audiopedia, to contain virtually its entire archive of speech radio programmes going back to the 1940s. The service is being developed for launch within the next 12 months, said Tim Davie, director of BBC Audio and Music. Audiopedia, its working title, may yet become its formal name, he added. The BBC is working on how best to present Audiopedia at the moment but most people will probably access the new on demand content via other pieces of related content they are already listening to across the BBC website, he explained. The website will represent the biggest release of BBC programming on demand since the iPlayer was introduced in 2007. Telegraph