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  • Show Schedule

    This is the release schedule for the shows. The time of day they’re released varies, and depending on how often your podcasting software checks for new episodes you may not receive them the same day. There are times I may not be able to get an episode out on schedule, but they’re usually released the following day.

    Monday: Relic Radio Science Fiction
    Tuesday: The Relic Radio Show
    Wednesday: Case Closed and The Horror!
    Thursday: Legacy Of Laughs and Into The West
    Friday: Relic Radio Thrillers
    Saturday: The Horror!
    Sunday: Strange Tales and Orson Welles On The Air or Radio At War

  • How Do I Listen?

    There are many ways to enjoy the Relic Radio shows, but lets start with a few basic facts.

    1. The shows are in the mp3 audio format, and playable everywhere.

    2. Though the shows are called “podcasts,” you don’t need an iPod, or iTunes to enjoy them.

    3. Shows can be listened to online, or downloaded to your computer and listened to there.


    Subscribe To The Podcasts

    You can find all the  shows by searching for “Relic Radio” on iTunes, or visiting the Subscribe page here and clicking on the appropriate links.

    For other devices or programs, it’s probably best to consult help information specific to that device/program.  The “Feed” links on the subscribe page are RSS feeds, usable in any podcatcher/feed reader.


    Listen Online

    The easiest way to listen?  Simply click on the play icon to the left of the “Download xxxxx” link posted on each episode (circle with triangle inside).  That will bring up a player that is able to play each episode located on that page.

    We also offer a pop-up player, which will open a small player in a new window allowing you to listen outside of the website.

    Finally, there is also another player able to play all the recently released episodes – just push play!

    You can find the pop-up, and ‘jukebox’ player here.


    Download To Your Computer

    To download individual episodes to your computer, right click on any “Download xxxxx” link and choose ‘Save link as’, or ‘Save target as’ (depending on your web browser).

    Then, open the file with any media player, like Windows Media Player, Quicktime, or iTunes.

  • How Do I Manually Add Shows To iTunes?

    From Apple iTunes Support:

      Adding content on your computer to iTunes

    iTunes helps you add digital audio and video files on your computer directly to your iTunes library. You can add audio files that are in AAC, MP3, WAV, AIFF, Apple Lossless, or (.aa) format. If you have unprotected WMA content, iTunes for Windows can convert these files to one of these formats. You can also add video content in QuickTime or MPEG-4 format to iTunes. To learn how to add these files to iTunes follow the steps below.

    1. Open iTunes

    2. From the File menu, choose one of the following choices:
    -Add to Library
    -Add File to Library
    -Add Folder to Library

    3. Navigate to and select the file or folder that you want to add

    If iTunes is set to “Copy files to the iTunes Music folder when adding to library,” iTunes will copy all content that is added to the iTunes library to the iTunes Music folder. To adjust this setting or change the location of this folder, go to the Advanced tab in iTunes Preferences.

    More info here.

  • Why Aren't Older Shows Available?

    Answer coming soon…