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You do this by changing the <link> tag in your podcast's RSS feed. iTunes will automatically pick up the change the next time it scans your feed. The specifics of how to do this change depending on your podcast host, so if you need help your best bet is to contact their support folks.


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Unfortunately, the podcast feed for this particular show only includes the most recent 30 podcasts. To determine that, I looked at the feed source and counted the number of <item> tags within the <channel> tag. Unfortunately, there is no way to play shows older than that with a podcast player unless they'd previously been downloaded and saved to ...


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It depends on the author of the podcast. Some authors limit their podcasts on iTunes but do offer them via their website (it gives them extra traffic).


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google the podcast episode by name, it will give you the link.


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Although I cannot account for the loss of the media, and the used storage on the phone may or may not include the ghosts of those files, here is what I did. I first backed up iTunes and archived the iPhone backup for safety, and then I synced (as per Apple Support advice) to iTunes, and everything copied itself over to the iPhone, it appears like normal ...


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I know that this is an old thread, but I have recently struggled with that problem so I thought that I would post what seems to have fix the problem for me. After upgrading my iPhone 5S to an iPhone 6, I restored my profile and started re-downloading all the data and files. When I got to the Podcasts app, it tried to re-download a podcast episode from a ...



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