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Our award winning radio show is heard on 200 public radio stations nationwide. Each week you can tune in to learn about everything from home remedies to the latest breakthroughs in medicine. You can find a list of public radio stations that carry The People’s Pharmacy here.

How You Can Find the People’s Pharmacy Podcast:

If you live in an area that doesn’t broadcast our show, or you’ve simply missed an episode, that doesn’t mean you have to go without. You can download a podcast (a digital version) of our most recent shows to listen at your leisure. When you subscribe to our podcast, episodes will be automatically downloaded to your computer or smartphone.

The People’s Pharmacy on iTunes:

You can find The People’s Pharmacy podcast in the iTunes store. To find our podcast in iTunes, click on the green box with the eighth notes on the right of this page. That will take you right to it.

You can download the iTunes program for free if you don’t already have it. iTunes is a free audio player and works on both Mac and PC.

If you prefer, you can also copy this URL into the podcatcher or RSS feed reader of your choice:

You can find our more about subscribing to our podcast on our podcast information page.

If you would like to see some of our recent shows, here is a link. The podcasts are free. CDs of our past radio shows can be purchased in our online store.

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  1. Roberta

    I also am having a great deal of trouble getting your program. The pod casts are way too much trouble and the 7:00 am PBS broadcasts are almost impossible to remember on a Sat. morning. Isn’t it possible for you to have direct access to the broadcast available anytime from your web site? It would be so much easier. I love your weekly e-mails, very informative and educational.

    • Terry Graedon

      You can listen to the show streaming from the website. Just go to the page that tells about the show, and just under the title you’ll find a black circle with a green triangle in it. Click on the green triangle, and listen to the show any time. (Any time, that is, after we have posted it. That is usually Sunday evening after the Saturday broadcast.)



  3. Beth

    Could taking Lunesta, 1mg, three times a week cause bladder problems. I suddenly started having problems going good, have to strain, and go often. I was checked for an infection, which I felt I did not have, and it came back okay.

  4. HEIDE K
    Delray Beach, FL

    I wish I could hear you here in South Florida. The PBS station was taken over by a Christian radio Station and NO MORE JOE GRAEDON. Our other PBS station does not carry your program. I used to hear you early Sat. AM. WHen I lied in N>C I NEVER missed your program!!

  5. Gary
    Greensboro NC

    Is there any way to get an MP3 download instead of podcasts? Apple announced they would no longer patch itunes for the PC last year, so as time goes on it can be a point of intrusion on PC systems causing me to delete my installation of the software. The Roanoke PBS station now blocks your program with Car Talk on Saturday morning overpowering the NC PBS station that still carries it.

  6. acm
    Dayton TX

    Wish I could hear them! I have deafness that prevents me from listening to the broadcasts. I do enjoy your written info I get by email and thank you very much for that!

  7. Jorie

    I’m really sad and very frustrated that the Public Radio stations in VA are all airing your broadcasts in the early morning on Saturdays. It’s annoying because most of us tend to sleep in a little on Saturdays. I looked at other states and see that the trend seems to be quite common. What has happened that your program has been bumped like that from better time slots? I don’t always have the time to sit down and listen to a podcast on my computer each week. That’s my only option for listening now. It was great when I could be doing other “mindless” chores that didn’t take much concentration and still listen carefully to your programs. What can we do to curry favor with PBS and get the programs back into a reasonable time slot on more than one day a week?

  8. Bev
    madison wi

    The podcast is ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS informative and fun to listen to.

  9. James Kantor
    Raleigh, NC

    I try to listen to the podcast at least every other week. I do read most your articles every week.
    Thank you for the guests that you interview.

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