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Podcasts of non-commercial and public radio shows

As more and more folks (like, say, me) want their radio to go these days, numerous public radio programs are getting wise and starting to offer their stuff in podcast format. I’m thinking I’ll start collecting good-looking sources for public and non-commercial radio podcast indices here. Small for now, but it’ll grow with your help, I hope.

I love getting On the Media (podcast), The Antique Phonograph Music Program (podcast), and Harry Shearer’s very swell Le Show (podcast) this way—now, c’mon Fascinatin’ Rhythm!

Got a good link that collects free podcasts from non-commercial radio shows? Have a favorite or obscure program to recommend in podcast format?

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No podcasts for This American...

No podcasts for This American Life, according to their FAQ:


Will you offer Podcasts? "Sadly, no, not in the forseeable future. One thing that's nice about our arrangement with Audible is that it provides a small stream of money – not much, to be sure, but some – that we split with the show's contributors. We like that it's possible for them to get paid again for their work. There's no easy-to-administer method for us to compensate contributors for Podcasts."




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