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A simple way to listen to old episodes?

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I am an happy stitcher premium member. However, I found out that it is really difficult to access specific old episodes.


My old method on earwolf.com or my podcast app.


1. Click on a show

2. Display the entire episode list

3. CTRL + F ->search for an episode number/name of the guest/name of the episode

4. Listen in browser or access quickly the episode on my podcast app


But now this is really difficult:


I cannot listen to them directly in my browser or using my regular podcast app because of the paywall.

Stitcher has the worst search engine. It cannot find episodes numbers/names of the guest etc... And Stitcher.com doesn't have a full episode list, you have to click endlessly on the "Display More" button. And because there's no more episode number (for CBB at least), you really have to pay attention to find the one you're looking for...


Stitcher is a cool app to browse new shows and having interesting recommendations based on podcast preferences. However I cannot use it to access the archives of older shows. It would have been so much easier to keep all the old stuff on earwolf.com with a premium login...


Am I missing something or Stitcher.com still needs a lot of improvement on that aspect?

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