Apple’s online iTunes app is free, and it works with all kinds of computers. If you don't have an Apple MP3 player, or if iTunes doesn’t have what you are looking for, read this page anyway. You may find other useful information.
Note: Apple never stops changing iTunes, so the information on this page may no longer be valid.
Go to the iTunes Store and click on Podcasts at the top of the page.
Select one of the featured podcasts or choose a general topic from the lists on the right side. If you know the name of the podcast you want, enter it in the search box at the top.
Navigate to the section that interests you. Click on a collection of podcasts. (You can move backward by using Back in the Store menu at the top.)
To sample a podcast, hover over its number and it will turn into a blue icon. Click to start the audio.
Hovering over the description brings up a detailed explanation.
You can get the whole podcast series by clicking the button.
iTunes will install a folder on your podcast download page and begin to download the most recent file. All others will download when you click on the buttons. iTunes will look for the latest podcasts each time you open it.
Select Language Learning from the Podcast Quick Links in the right-hand column.
Which leads to:
Clicking on SPANISH takes you to a page of podcasts. Click on Ben and Marina’s Notes in Spanish.
Clicking on the Learn Spanish title will take you to a list of their podcasts, where you can listen and subscribe.
Use a search engine to locate the type of podcast you want. Most of the pages will have download links or buttons that will take you to a list or an app.
If there is an
This is the easiest way to move podcasts between iTunes and an Apple player. Watch Syncing up an iPod with iTunes
Drag them to the Devices section. (You must first enable drag-and-drop by clicking the Summary button at the top of the iTunes page and selecting Manually manage music and videos.)
If you use iTunes to download podcasts, you should be able to drag-and-drop them into your (other-brand) player.
If you download directly to your computer, you should be able to drag them into your non-Apple player.
Click on Podcasts in the Devices section of iTunes. Select the podcasts, tap the delete key, and empty the computer’s trash.
Usually just by dragging podcasts from the player to the computer’s trash, then emptying the trash.