RSS Feeds From OCR FM
RSS is a way to get the latest content from an online service or website, automatically, without having to visit that service/website. It's a "pull" technology that automatically pulls in what you tell it to, whenever there's some new stuff. You can add any number of RSS "feeds" to check & update (you need an RSS Reader of some sort). No more remembering where to go on the internet to catch up on what you're interested in, it comes to you!
In addition, RSS is totally anonymous - you subscribe to an RSS feed just by clicking a button/link. No email address or identifying information is provided. It is equally easy to unsubscribe if you no longer want that content. And RSS is free!
So at OCR FM, you can see a list of the latest podcasts (ie. recorded shows) and then choose which to listen to. All you do is open up your RSS Reader (which can be integrated into your web browser or a separate bit of software on your computer/device) and select from an automatically updated list.
For more about RSS, see this What the Heck is RSS? article.
To find an RSS Reader that suits your setup, see the Google Search Results for "RSS Reader"