There are various ways to subscribe to The Outdoors Station feed.
There is the main feed (last 100 podcasts) > http://toc.hipcast.com/rss/audio2.xml
The archive feed (100+ podcasts) > http://toc.hipcast.com/rss/archive/audio2.xml
The compiled podcasts which have been collated to incorporate ALL of those recorded on the various TGO Challenge trips since 2006 > http://toc.hipcast.com/rss/tgochallenge.xml
Or if you prefer to see them in your web browser try > http://hipcast.com/podcast/HBZN1wjg
You are now able to listen to our shows or watch any videos via your Internet Radio or Smart TV. If you own any of this equipment please check out the listing and you’ll find us there!
The easiest route is to download the TuneIn Radio App for Android or Apple and listen anywhere!
If you are an iTunes user just click here and the feed will automatically open your iTunes software and be added to your list. This will provide you with the full listing of podcast for you to download at your leisure. You can disable this at any time. If that doesn’t work, just copy and paste the below .xml file into your podcast feed reader.
The RSS feed for audio podcasts only
Or finally if you have another way of listening to the audio feed, just copy and paste this link into your Podcast reader software. This is the last 100 podcasts > http://toc.hipcast.com/rss/audio2.xml
For all previous archived podcasts use this RSS feed > http://toc.hipcast.com/rss/archive/audio2.xml
Would you like an email each time we post?
If you would like an email each time we launch a new audio or video podcast just click here and add your email address to the link. This can be disabled at any time.
The RSS feed for this blog (everything)
Then you’ll find us at @OutdoorsSt
Then you’ll find us at @the_outdoors_station
Just want the YouTube channel?
No problem, you can find us here
I have tried to put a download button now on the latest podcasts. Just right click and ‘save as’. However you will have to rename the file as you save it due to the automatic hosting system I use, which adds odd files names to the MP3 files.
If you are not an iTunes user and wish to download certain podcasts manually. Then click here and it will open the complete podcast listing and you can scroll through to ‘right-click’ and download or stream them to your player.
Then once again, right click on the ‘media file’ and ‘save as’, renaming the MP3 file as you do so. (see above).