Find the Podcast

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You want to listen to Freakonomics Radio? That’s great!

Most people stream us on their smartphones. It’s free (with the purchase of a phone, of course).

For Apple users: Stream it on your Apple Podcast app or download podcasts on iTunes.

For Android users: Stream it to your Chromecast.

For Windows phone users: Stream it on your Podcast app.

Freakonomics Radio is also available on most podcast apps, like the WNYC App or Stitcher.

Looking for other options? We’ve got you covered:

1) Stream from our website.

Every episode’s webpage has an audio player for streaming or a “Download Now” button. Simply click ‘play’ on the audio player to listen online, or download the podcast onto your computer. When the download has finished, you can open it with your media player of choice.

2) Stream from our RSS Feed.

The links will take you to a list of all of our podcasts. Find the one you want, and click “Play Now”; the podcast will download onto your computer for listening on your media player of choice.

3) Tune in to your public radio.

Freakonomics Radio plays on local public radio stations across the county (and Canada!) Click here to see if we’re playing near you.

4) Audible.

Available online and on the Audible app with Audible membership (starting at $4.95/month).

6) SiriusXM Radio.

Freakonomics Radio can be streamed on SiriusXM Insight, channel 121 with SiriusXM membership (starting at $10.99/month).

7) Google Play.

Search “Freakonomics Radio on Google Play or click this link. It’s free!

8) Spotify.

Coming soon!

Any other suggestions? Please leave any listening tips or workarounds or preferred podcast apps in the comments below. And, as always, thanks for listening.


Mike

I never listen to your podcasts because I can't download them. EconTalk is so much easier.

Talha

Very helpful even in a hellhole place like KARACHI,PAKISTAN

Mary Miller

Where is the link I can copy and paste into my podcatcher?

albert Gordon

My wife, like President Obama, has a Blackberry that she loves and will not give up. How can she get your podcast on it?

Ben

The most obvious and simplest way around this is to simply let people download the .mp3 file. This is what I end up doing, but requires logging into a computer and copying files, etc., is annoying.

Sandy

You claim to offer instructions for people to subscribe to podcasts who do not use iTunes, but you only offer instructions for people using a phone. Remember the old-fashioned computer? It used to be that a site like yours would simply provide the URL to a podcast which a person could copy and paste into their software in order to subscribe. Why do you no longer offer this? I would love to listen to the podcast, but you have made it unavailable to me.

Stephen J. Dubner

Look at the top of each podcast post for the RSS link ...

Shanice

Soundcloud.

Gustavo H

I'm using Player.FM and it's also worth it. I'm not affiliate in any way with them, just a happy user.

Mark M

The easiest way from a PC is to go the feed page (http://feeds.feedburner.com/freakonomicsradio) and then right click the "Play now" icon - then "save as". This let's you download an mp3

Ketil

> Any other suggestions?

Yes. Link to an mp3 file? This will work, I think, on any phone, any tablet, and any computer using any operating system with any web browser, and I can also save it for later from my web browser, or from the command line (using wget or curl), set up automatic synchronization, etc etc.

-k

pete

Why not simply make the mp3 available? It's definitely the easiest for occasional listeners on desktops or laptops.