How to listen

If you are already a podcast listener, thanks for tuning in to the show! Perhaps you could do a favour for Ukulele Highway–and for podcasts broadly–by helping someone else listen by passing along this guide.

What is a podcast?

A podcast is a program you can listen to whenever and wherever it suits you. You can listen to the podcast right here on the Ukulele Highway website or you can listen using a podcatcher.

What is a podcatcher?

Podcatchers are applications (apps) for smart phones and tablets that allow you to listen to your podcasts from one place. Following a show means that you will receive new episodes as they are published, which is great for both of us!

I plan to publish an episode of Ukulele Highway each month.

How to add a podcatcher to your device

Here are links to a couple of free podcatchers:

  1. Click on one of the links above
  2. Download the app to your phone or tablet
  3. Create a username and password
  4. Log in
  5. Click on the magnifying glass and type in Ukulele Highway
  6. Click on the Ukulele Highway logo then click on the + (Radio Public) or SUBSCRIBE button (Apple Podcasts)
  7. Press play!

There are lots of podcatchers available. Some phones come with a podcatcher installed. Ask people around you what they are using. A few more examples are Pocket Casts, Stitcher, Overcast, Podcast Addict and Downcast.

Once you’ve enjoyed Ukulele Highway, here are some other ukulele podcasts you may enjoy. Search for them in your podcatcher!

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