Walk and Learn a Language

Walk and Learn a Language

Walk and Learn a Language

free italian podcasts

I recently started downloading podcasts of Italian lessons to my iPod and it is working very well. I can listen to the podcasts while I am taking a walk or traveling. Of course, people look at me oddly since I am talking to myself while I walk. There are a bunch of free podcasts you can subscribe to at iTunes if you have an iPod.

Many sites other than iTunes also offer free and subscription based podcasts. I subscribe to the free ones and if I like them I either make a donation to that organization or if they have a higher level subscription rate that adds value I will buy that.

A number of wesbites offer podcasts in all languages:


Foreign Language Podcasts

Language Podcasts

Podcasting News

Here are some Italian Language podcasts that I have found helpful:

Learn Italian Pod – The Learn Italian Podcast is a little more advanced but still worthwhile for beginners

Let’s Speak Italian – This podcast is for the true beginner

Inside Italian – This podcast is also for the true beginner.

Repubblica Radio – This is a radio broadcast that you can either download or listen to on your computer. As I said I have an iPod and can download from iTunes. I have no idea how to download with other mp3 players. This site provides you with some help on how to download: Learn Italian. This is all in Italian, no english.

Good Luck!

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  1. bray 14 years ago

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  2. Ryan 9 years ago

    I like to jog while listening to language learning podcasts, but I must have some strange ears because I can’t seem to find any headphones that will stay in my ears! Do you know of any good “active” headphones that might work better?



  3. Ryan Wiley 9 years ago

    With all the smart phones out there, don’t forget about YouTube! I’ve been using some really great YouTube videos to study while I stroll through the park. Just watch where you’re going. I’ve tripped a few times—walking and YouTubeing!

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