Quaker website editor launches music podcast programme
Friday, July 22, 2005
Simon Gray, Quaker website editor for the Friend and an organiser for the World Gathering of Young Friends today launched radio star one as a podcast linked to birmingham alive !, the Birmingham what's on guide.
"It's an eclectic mix of jazz, world, electronic, classical, & folk", he said, "perhaps in a similar vein to Radio 3's late junction programme".
Simon is currently in consultation to make the Friend itself be available as a podcast. Already subscribers can read it via an RSS feed, with the appropriate aggregator software. Podcasting is a fast-growing form of broadcasting which is freely available to listeners on the internet.
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