No live shows for the time being, but two easy ways to listen. to archives.
That should be all you need... but computers aren't always that simple, so.....
Once you access the stream, save it to your favorites in whatever player you're using-- then you won't have to come back here each time you want to listen.
If that makes no sense, then copy this URL and keep it on your computer: http://184.108.40.206/Rollyestream.m3u
This should work with virtually any .mp3 player you've selected as your default. (I say 'virtually' because computers are quirky and have their share of issues, to put it non-technically. So if one player you're trying to use won't pick up the stream for some reason, forget about it and use another one!)
If you can open a webpage, you can probably open this stream. There are no firewall issues. It's http. Port 80. You don't need to know what that means.
NOTE: If for some reason the info above does not work for you, you'll have to do it yourself. It's not hard. Here's how:
1. Open your favorite player. NOTE: QuickTime users skip to point 4 now.
2. Find the menu where you are able to enter a URL (hint-- on Real Player choose "File" and "Open Location" and then you'll enter the URL I'm about to give you. Using iTunes? Choose "Advanced" and "Open Stream". (It's 'Control L' on Winamp, but since I don't use Windows, you're on your own to resolve it if you have a problem.)
3. once you have the URL pane open, copy and paste this next line:
4. Using Quicktime? Choose "File" and "open URL" . Once it's open, enter this:
5. Once you access the stream, save it to your favorites. If you're a Mac user, iTunes is probably your best bet. But all players should have a way to save the URL so you won't have to enter it again.)
.mp3 Progressive Download info:
www.MyStreamingServer.com has a list of interviews you can download. I'm in the process of adding more. Check the site from time to time to see what's available.
NOTE: If you download the show to your browser and it plays for a few seconds and quits-- you're not alone or without luck. It's a glitch in QuickTime and it happens occasionally. There's an easy work around:
Right click on the file you wish to hear and save it to your desktop.