Quaker website editor launches music podcast programme

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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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