With regret the podcasts are no more. We maintained these throughout the year of the project, but the process of uploading the music, maintaining and restting the schedule daily is simply too much work for us to do it all over again. Whilst the future of AFSAD 2 is still to be resolved we have decided to make the tracks from that first year available again here for you to stream each day and we all hope you will keep coming back, especially if you missed the start. You can read the original comments, but also feel free to add should you so wish. Even if you have been with us from the start it will be revealing to find out whether your opinions have changed with the benfit of experience or hindsight.
New tracks from A Folk Song A Day are available as a podcast from iTunes and through a regular RSS feed reader (such as Google Reader) or podcatching software (such as Juice). You can of course also visit this site each day to listen to every new track. (Please note that we have to manually update the podcast everyday so there are rare occasions when there will be a delay in episodes appearing). To subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, click the ‘Download on iTunes’ button below.
Once iTunes has opened and loaded the podcast page, click on the ‘Subscribe Free’ button below the picture of Jon. Once subscribed each time you open iTunes any new podcasts episodes available will be downloaded automatically.
To subscribe via an RSS Reader (such as Google Reader) or podcatching program, simply enter the following feed URL: http://www.afolksongaday.com/podcast/podcast_feed.xml
At the end of every month we’ll be releasing an album of that months tracks and they’ll no longer be available to stream from this site.