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Where Birds Eat Horses
This is the eighth episode of Walking the Dog. Walking the Dog is a podcast by Paul Taylor, on the Just Six Days website (www.justsixdays.com). It features random thoughts from Paul, while out walking his dog, Fraser. In this episode, Paul rambles on about the research that he is doing for his new book, “Where Birds Eat Horses”, and announces a little competition based on where the title quote comes from.[audio:http://answersuk.jellycast.com/files/audio/wtd008.mp3]
I announced a little competition in this 'Walking the Dog' episode. If you havve listened to the podcast, you will know what the competition is, and you can use this form to send your answer to the question.
Walking the Dog has had a new feed for quite a while, but iTunes have still not registered it. I changed the feed because my free Podbean account is full, so I am returning to an old account I used when I was with Answers in Genesis UK. The new feed has to be registered with iTunes all over again – Podbean won't let me move the feed. So, I am now using a Feedburner feed, which will make it easy, should I ever have to change feeds again.
The RSS feed is:
The iTunes feed is:
It will take several weeks, unfortunately, before iTunes can remove the existing feed and register the new feed, but clicking on the link above will do the new registration for you quickly. Podbean would provide a tag to move the feed for me, but they wanted to charge me money!