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Vatican Radio - Clips-ENG

By www.Radiovaticana.org

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Description

Audio reports from Vatican Radio in Podcast

Customer Reviews

RSS issues

Excellent material and new shows are released almost every day. Unfortunately, there are some RSS feed issues. It seems to be getting better (I have successfully received shows a couple of times in the past month), but I usually have to manually download new shows. Another issue is the feeding of show segments in the same feed as the complete show that includes the segments. I would be delighted if they could segregate the segments from the full shows and get the RSS working properly all of the time.

Still not working

After several attempts to contact the Vatican webmaster, I'm still not able to download this podcast. I'm glad to see that others have joined the cause to get it fixed. I rate the technical content a one star because of the inability to get it to work. The content - when you can access it is 4 star.

Excellent content but editorially weak.

The news content is excellent, the opinion pieces are often rather narrowly provincially European. It would be good to hear more news, interviews, or features from other English-speaking countries, such as as Australia, South Africa, Jamaica, Canada, or even Ireland, and not confuse 'speakers of English' with 'residents of England'. Still, the news from the Vatican is the main point and overcomes much of the editorial weakness. The reliability of the feed seems to have been solved, though it might be good to have a longer queue.