HOW DO I ACCESS THE PODCASTS?
All of the regular podcast epiosdes can be found on the new individual podcast pages for each show. Once you're on the podcast page, click on the individual episode you want to listen to and you'll be able to stream it right then and there. Click here for a list of all the individual podcast pages.
If you usually get the podcast through the RSS feed and the recent episodes aren't showing up, we suggest re-subscribing. The link to the RSS feed can be found on the podcast page underneath the show name. By subscribing to the RSS feed, you will be able to download the episodes to your computer or your phone. All you need is an RSS feed reader, which is available on both computers and phones but varies from device to device.
Some of the podcasts have switched over to Soundcloud. The only difference is that you can stream AND download the episodes directly through the individual podcast pages.
As of Tuesday, June 24 all of the recent podcast episodes should be available in iTunes.
We switched to a new podcasting system, which means that some of the URLs have changed. If you can't access the page you're looking for or you receive a 404 error, please update your bookmarks or go through the homepage.
HOW DO I DOWNLOAD PODCASTS?
The podcasts come from two different services: Soundcloud and LibsynPRO.
See the image below to see where the download button should be within the Soundcloud app window (on the far right, below the Soundcloud logo).
If there is no download button for your particular podcast episode, please email the webmaster.
The file should now be your downloads folder (or wherever your downloaded files appear). You can then listen to the downloaded .mp3 in the audioplayer of your choice (iTunes, Windows Media Player, VLC, etc.).
With LibsynPRO, you access the podcast files through the RSS feed. If the RSS link does not work correctly, we recommend trying a different browser.
From within the RSS feed, right-click an .mp3 file, and from the dropdown menu that appears, select "Download" or "Save Link As."
The file should now be in your downloads folder (or wherever your downloaded files appear). You can then listen to the downloaded .mp3 in the audioplayer of your choice (iTunes, Windows Media Player, VLC, etc.).