radio podcasts: itunes, stitcher, stream, or live
I DO HAVE A VOICE! (I don’t just type and post words on a screen, really.) Since spring 2010, I’ve been taping a 24ish-minute weekly public-radio gardening program with my neighbors down the road in Sharon, Connecticut, at Robin Hood Radio, “the smallest NPR station in the nation.” Right from the start, I fit right in, since Robin Hood Radio’s other motto is: “Slightly Off, But Very Good.” The New York Times called them “NPR’s minnow,” in fact. The show is available free as a podcast and was named a “top-5″ garden show by “The Guardian” in 2013, alongside some pretty amazing others.
‘A top-5 gardening podcast,’–Sheila Averbuch, ‘The Guardian’ newspaper
get the show now, or anytime
LISTEN LIVE in the Litchfield Hills-Berkshires-Hudson Valley area at about 8:30 AM EDT on Mondays, or to the replay on Saturday mornings around 8:30, or to the podcast anytime. Choose a delivery method:
- get the iTunes version free;
- subscribe free on the Stitcher app;
- or get the podcast RSS feed by pressing the orange button labeled for the purpose on WHDD’s archive site, once you navigate to their A Way to Garden archive page.
- And tell your radio station: “A Way to Garden” is available for syndication on the PRX wire.