This blog is full of podcast reviews and hopes to direct you to the podcasts you like. What is implicitly assumed, is that you all know where to find the podcast (once I have directed you to its source on the web), how to dowload it and how to listen to it. However this may not necessarily be the case. I am therefore considering an article series (possibly in three languages) that will deliver these basic instructions as well as some more advanced stuff like managing your podcasts without the use of iTunes.
So, what I would like from you is that you let me know whether you think this is a good idea and what specific question you have, you'd like to see answered. Please comment on the blog or send me mail at Anne Frid de Vries (in one word) AT yahoo DOT co DOT uk.
In the mean time, what else can you expect in the coming days?
- History 5 about the Enlightenment and the French Revolution
- Irvin Yalom on two podcasts: Wise Counsel and KQED Forum. He speaks about his new book Staring at the Sun, which deals with the issue of confronting death
- King Lear on two podcasts. Recently In Our Time dealt with King Lear and by the end of the month it is expected that English 117S, the Berkeley lecture series about Shakespeare will take on Lear.
- A host of new History Podcasts
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