Fourble is two things: First, it’s a tool for taking a list of mp3s from the web and turning them into a podcast feed, which you can load into any podcast player. Second, it’s a directory of shows that have been turned into podcasts using this tool. Fourble doesn’t host these shows; it just makes an RSS feed for them. So if the source files are taken down or deleted, they will disappear from Fourble if you have not already downloaded them in your podcast player.
On Fourble you can find over 750 shows, a wide range of radio broadcasts, contemporary and historical, mostly from the UK and U.S. This is way easier than trying to set up your own podcasts and host them, so if you have legally usable recordings (Old Time Radio shows etc) this may be the way to share them.
#OTR Turn Old Radio Shows and Audiobooks Into Podcasts With Fourble
Radio show archives are hard to find; when they’re available at all, it’s often in awkward formats. (To get my hands on the radio sitcom Cabin Pressure, I had to buy one season as a music album and another as an audiobook.) You can find some shows on the Internet Archive, but listening to them is awkward. The website Fourble solves that problem.