How to Listen to a Podcast

Perhaps your first question is – What’s a podcast? Podcasts are like radio shows on demand, and they’re free! That means you’re able to listen to FBI Retired Case File Review, a true crime and history podcast featuring in-depth interviews with retired FBI agents, any time you want. But whether you’re listening to this podcast or another one, the content will provide hours of audio entertainment and education.

You can always listen to a podcast on your desktop or laptop. However, the most convenient way to listen is via a smart phone or tablet. That way you can enjoy the show while you’re doing other things, such as commuting to and from work, doing chores around the house, at the gym, or running.

If you’re already using your phone to listen to music, tap on the Spotify icon below

 

 

or this link to Pandora. However, not all podcasts are available on these music apps. You’ll need to use a podcast app.

To listen on your iPhone or iPad tap the icon below:

 

 

To listen on your android phone or tablet tap the icon below:

 

 

 

No matter which app you use, once the show pops up don’t forget to tap on the subscribe button next to the FBI Retired Case File Review logo. That way, the next time you access the app, the latest episodes will be waiting for you. Initially, you’ll need to search for other podcasts on the app. But when you find more shows you like, be sure to also subscribe to them.

Congratulations! Now you can eavesdrop on the FBI anytime and anywhere. Among the many agents I’ve had the pleasure to interview are Joe Pistone, Gary Noesner, and the case agents of the Miami Shootout, Unabomber, Madoff, Polly Klaas, Robert Hansen, Watergate, Jeffrey Dahmer, and Oklahoma City bombing investigations, as well as many fascinating but not as well-known FBI cases.

 

Jerri Williams

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Jerri Williams, a retired FBI agent, author and podcaster, jokes that she writes about the FBI to relive her glory days. After 26 years with the Bureau specializing in major economic fraud and corruption investigations, she calls on her professional encounters with scams and schemers to write police procedurals inspired by true crime FBI cases in her Philadelphia FBI Corruption Squad crime fiction series featuring flawed female FBI agent Kari Wheeler. Jerri’s FBI for Armchair Detectives nonfiction series enables readers to discover who the FBI is and what the FBI does by debunking misconceptions about the FBI in books, TV, and movies. Her books are available as ebooks, paperbacks, and audiobooks wherever books are sold. She’s also the host of FBI Retired Case File Review, a true crime podcast with more than 200 episodes available for free subscription on all popular podcast apps.

2 Comments

  1. Ira WeinbergMay 4, 2019

    It is always nice to hear from you.

    Reply
    1. Jerri WilliamsMay 5, 2019

      Thanks for listening!

      Reply

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