my podcast grows along with local npr station

‘THE SMALLEST NPR STATION in the nation,” Robin Hood Radio, just got bigger, which is good news for them and also for my garden podcast, which we began doing together each Monday morning around 8:30 in March 2010. The station, headquartered in nearby Sharon, Connecticut, has expanded to reach about 150,000 residents, up from 40,000 previously, by adding a signal from the frequency at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.  And that doesn’t count those who listen on demand from elsewhere, in free podcast format—like maybe you? Need to get tuned in? Here’s how:

tuning in to my podcast, and robin hood radio

  • iTunes: Get the free A Way to Garden podcast on iTunes
  • Stitcher: Get the free podcast on the Stitcher app
  • RSS: Subscribe to the RSS feed (press “RSS” once on my show page)
  • Streaming: Stream a show from Robin Hood’s archive
  • Live coverage: See the expanded coverage maps for local listening if you are in the Hudson Valley or Berkshires or Litchfield Hills.
  • Stations for local listening: WHDD, AM 1020 and FM 91.9 (Sharon, Connecticut); WLHV FM 88.1 (Lower Hudson Valley, New York); WBSL FM 91.7 (Great Barrington, Massachusetts)
  • Make a donation to say thank you to Robin Hood Radio for the show–remember, it’s listener-supported public radio
  • Read about the station’s expansion in the “Times Union,” the Albany, New York, paper
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