NPR has a new directory with tons of public-radio podcasts. I just with This American Life was on it. It’s the only thing I still subscribe to via Audible but I never go get the shows because it’s such a pain in the ass.
University of Houston/KUHF’s “Engines of our Ingenuity” advertised the fact they had a podcast last week, and I wandered over to NPR to discover the motherlode.
Good stuff there. A great way to fill the moments of a dull day.
Try “My Audible Podcasts”. You can get your subscriptions as an RSS feed.
That’s how I get TAL…
Try this list too: http://www.publicradiofan.com/podcasts.html
It also doesn’t have This American Life on there, but it offers lots more of public radio (internationally)
Has anybody figured out how to do a sort of Tivo for radio? Maybe just a small device that could search for and download podcasts of shows you are/may be interested in? Or would something like that already be made obselete due to RSS feeds?
Has anybody figured out how to do a sort of Tivo for radio?
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