For several years now it has been my practice to listen to podcasts when I am working alone - on my cell phone for the last 2-3 years.
Anyway, a year or so ago Apple made some changes that made their native software almost unusable for the way I like to listen - listen continuously to a playlist of previously downloaded (over wi-fi, not cell data) podcasts. Sounds basic, but not only did Apple make it so that their app wouldn't do that, but the changes also made so that most other third party apps could not do that basic functionality. "User friendly" my big old... but I digress.
After trying several apps I finally found one that actually works, and as a bonus is not too difficult to figure out. At least it isn't after having test driven 8-10 others. Your experience may differ of course.
The App is ICatcher for Iphone and is well worth the $2.99 price tag.
I don't know how many Beesource users listen to podcasts, but I thought I would pass this along in case it can save anyone the frustration that I have experienced courtesy of one of the poorest applications ever made - Thanks Apple!
In case anyone doesn't know - podcasts are recurring audio recordings which you can download and listen to - news, commentary, humor, literature, history, etc, even beekeeping. The App automatically downloads the podcasts which you have subscribed to (usually for free) and deletes the files after you finish listening to them. You should check it out if you have not already.