Is there anybody out there with the full history of the podcast? ABC only keeps the last dozen or so on their servers making all the previous posts unavailable except to those who already have it. Is there a mirror anywhere that could be listed here? --Offput 19:32, 23 May 2006 (PDT)

Offput, I've been wondering the same thing. I missed a number of episodes when I was too busy with school to keep up, and now that I have time, I'd like to catch up. If anyone has a link (or has the mp3 files on their computer), let us know! --Cleast 10:47, 29 May 2006 (PDT)

  • For the record I've got every podcast starting from the Jan. 9th Orchestra Special and once I've got the issues with my webhost settled I can post them there. If anybody has the early ones let me know and I'll host them as well... --Offput 17:43, 8 June 2006 (PDT)

Doesn't iTunes keep them backed up? If they don't let me know. Tebor 00:35, 31 May 2006 (PDT)

I'm also looking for them. iTunes has only the most recent ones, too. -- Memset 10:24, 2 June 2006 (PDT) has an archive of all the podcasts that are no longer on the ABC site, they are in the General Discussion section Joesoap

Abc com have podcast archive, i add links for Nov-Dec 2006 podcasts, but 11/03/06 is unavailiable for unknown reason --Znch 16:51, 13 January 2007 (PST)

  • I just add new itunes links to mp3 files (there are 2 sources - usual rss stream and itunes rss stream), probably we need to backup them, I can make for all of them, but if someone can download and make direct mirrors it can be better. While official links work you can add mirrors to talk page. --ZinCh 15:34, 3 February 2007 (PST)

Host of the podcast

I believe that the host of the podcast is Chris. If you listen to the May 26 podcast, you can hear Chris's laugh and voice. It is the same as the host of the podcast. -- Chatake 11:01, 28 May 2006 (PDT)


Thank you everyone who has contributed to this page! I haven't had time to do the updates I've been meaning to add. One of those updates is the layout/format of the page. Looking at it right now, it's pretty cluttered. I'm still figuring out how to clean it up. My other concern is why the "pre" boxes are in the November 14th coding? When I added that section, they were just there and there's no code to take out to remove them. There's still a lot of wiki-writing I do not know, so if anyone could give an explanation as to why that happened, I'm curious. I'd like all the entries to be consistant in appearance. Tebor 01:04, 31 May 2006 (PDT)

I removed most of the 'pre' boxes as they made the page very wide and forced the reader to scrolls miles to the side. Joffeloff 07:52, 17 June 2006 (PDT)

Another Language?

I think this page is partly in German or something? Just not sure why. I know lostpedia is in several languages now, but this is linked from the main English page, so not sure why it has another language version. --PandoraX 22:11, 1 September 2006 (PDT)

No more podcast page at ABC?

The link to the ABC podcast page is dead, and I can't find a page for it on their site. Can anyone find a new page for it, or are they just lumping it in with their other videos? --Minderbinder 14:21, 6 October 2006 (PDT)

No more audio?

I used to burn the podcasts to CD to listen to in the car on the way to work. Aren't there going to be anymore audio ones?

The latest one (on Monday) is an audio podcast; it can be found at The only video podcast is the first one this season -- possibly due to Comic-Con. -- Chatake 09:02, 12 October 2006 (PDT)
Thanks for that link. I can't find that link online, google takes you to the video podcast, and if you click the "Lost Podcast" image on the ABC site, it also seems to take you to the video one.

Running Gags

Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't some of the "running gags" things that have only been mentioned once? A running gag is a joke that is made repeatedly, so some of those don't really qualify. Should the heading be changed to just "Gags" or should the one-timers be cut? --Minderbinder 12:35, 13 October 2006 (PDT)

I'd vote for removing the section altogether. It makes no sense, has nothing to do with the content of the podcast or the show, and to be honest I find it a bit ridiculous to "list gags". I don't see why anybody would find that section interesting. Opinions? Anamon 04:36, 10 February 2009 (UTC)

October 17 not on the feed yet

As I write this it's almost a week later and the 8/17 podcast hasn't showed up on the rss feed. Are they just asleep at the wheel, or are they intentionally trying to get people to access the podcast from the ABC website? I wish they'd get their act together, it's annoying. --Minderbinder 11:08, 23 October 2006 (PDT)

Podcast for the episode Every Man For Himself

The latest ABC official podcast is available at the following url: If someone wants to update this... --Liz 11:59, 30 October 2006 (PST)

Latest Podcast

Here is a link to the latest Official ABC Lost Podcast featuring Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse: This can probably be updated now. -- Liz

Post-"I Do" mini-finale rehash and preview of the second half of Season 3

In the last podcast they said they'd be back shortly with this podcast. I've been refreshing the podcast site all week, several times a day. Nothing's there yet. Did this podcast get pushed back? So, uh, "shortly". Whatever happened? Jonathan Fakenham (Somehow I'm all focused on Lost still, hearing this would be up. Can't settle down into Lost "vacation mode" until I've heard this one, now.)


Everywhere that this podcast is mentioned (on the official site and iTunes, etc.), it is called "The Official LOST Podcast". I propose that we rename it to this, or something similar... Portal:Official Lost Podcast; Portal:Official LOST Podcast, etc. We especially need to get rid of the unnecessary apostrophes around 'Lost'. --SilvaStorm

Agreed: they make little sense  Plkrtn  talk  contribs  email  01:46, 7 December 2006 (PST)

Decision Moved --PandoraX 04:42, 23 December 2006 (PST)


I'm having a heck of a time finding transcripts for these things. Does anyone know if any have been done? If not I can't blame anyone, because I don't particularly relish the thought of lengthy transcribing sessions either; but if someone already did it, where might I find them? I'd happily buy that person a latte! -BearDog 15:20, 14 December 2006 (PST)

  • I recall that there was a site that had transcripts for about 10 podcasts, and then stopped sometime last year.. but I can't for the life of me remember which site it is now. I personally think this is a very good idea and will try to work on it over the holidays. We do have nice synopses of each podcast (kudos to whoever has been doing them), but I've always been one to think that accurate transcripts are the way to go. If someone tells you "They refute purgatory as a theory at (15:04)", it's not the same as knowing the exact quote, since lines can be taken out of context, and not everyone can listen to them online. I'll do a few transcripts of the ones I can find of streaming video this winter... I'm sick lately, and so it's not such a bad task for me. The ones I can't find, I could use other people's help on, because the computer I'm using has a slower speed connection on DSL, and it takes me forever to d/l a whole podcast. If someone can compress all the podcasts as a .zip file or help me out with those I'd appreciate it. --PandoraX 05:59, 23 December 2006 (PST)

New table format

Kudos for the table format switch; however, there's a few errors. For instance, I don't think the orchestra special line refers to the correct podcast. There's also another "Collision" special that may be on the wrong line.

I'll try to grab the 3 remaining Season 2 podcasts off emule; there's 0 - 1 source each and may take awhile. Perhaps someone with their own copies can have it rapidshared or otherwise hosted on Asdfff 13:35, 2 January 2007 (PST)

  • Yeah, that was me with the table. Thank you for clearing that up, Asdfff. Turns out there was confusion over the orchestra special, since there are actually 2 podcasts that discuss composing the score of Lost and both interview the composer (who knows why). And yes, that would be a great help for anyone who has the old podcasts to link them up on their server and offer us the links. I don't think there will be tons of people rushing to overload your servers, just very occasional people trying to find these podcasts that are no longer avail. on iTunes. Or at least keep them there long enough so some of us can transcribe them. Thanks everyone for your support. --PandoraX 15:43, 23 January 2007 (PST)
  • PS: If anyone would like to offer to upload the video podcasts to YouTube, that would also be a great help, and probably easier than offering the MP4 for download. --PandoraX 15:45, 23 January 2007 (PST)

Tips for transcribing volunteers

  • As mentioned above, this is a VERY time consuming task to do one accurate transcript... it takes me about 3 hours per podcast, and I am a fast typer. You do not have to finish it on one round, but please use the following tips:
  1. If it takes you more than one day (and you want to do a little at a time), simply put an {{underconstruction}} template at the top. If you start one and realize it's more than you can handle, please feel free to ask for help. Once you get started, please add your transcript date and link to both the table of Official Lost Podcasts and also Template:Nav-Transcript (if you need help with this, please ask). This assures that others won't unknowingly duplicate work as you are midway through your transcript.
  2. Please use standard uniform format for these. Use this transcript as an example page. Please also type carefully to avoid careless typos and inaccuracies; people will be using these as quotes later, so sticking as close to canon as possible is important. I know D & C make a lot of dumb jokes and pointless smalltalk in each podcast, but add it all in for completeness' sake.
  3. What I usually do to save time is start these in notepad or similar, and just type D: and C: where Damon & Carlton talk. Then I go back after I am done and use the "Find and replace" function, for example, to replace all D: (don't forget the colon) with '''[[Damon Lindelof]]:'''.
  4. Wikify and bold all Lost-associated names of people talking (the announcer's name is Kris White). Don't wikify other words in transcripts, only that of the people speaking.
  5. Don't transcribe sound clips from the episodes, just give a brief description. I generally put this and other descriptive info ([Carlton laughs], [Damon fakes Irish accent], [Opening Lost Theme]) in square brackets.
  6. At the bottom of the page, add [[Category:Official Podcasts]] (the cat for transcripts adds automatically, but the podcast one must be added manually).
  7. At the top of each page add the following text:
 <font size=1>''[[User_talk:YOURUSERNAME|YOURUSERNAME]]'' is responsible for this transcription.
 It is one in the series of the ''[[Official Lost Podcasts]]''.</font>

Thank you to anyone donating their time like this; this is a unique, tedious project, but one which has never been done before on the internet, and makes lostpedia stand out. --PandoraX 03:34, 1 February 2007 (PST)

  • Note: I may have to be away for some time, and in my absence, Lewisg has agreed to be the POC for transcripts, if there's any questions, because he's done a couple and has done a great job with them. Thanks to him and thanks to whoever is reading this and considering the help. :) --PandoraX 18:49, 7 March 2007 (PST)

Volunteer To Do A Transcript

I just thought it might be an idea to claim podcasts to transcribe, so that two people don't do the same one and things like that. I'm not sure if it's my place to do this... but anyway... claim a podcast here, I suppose? --   Lost Soul   talk  contribs  08:55, 1 February 2007 (PST)

  • LostSoul & I are going to collaborate and work on 10/30/06 together. --PandoraX 11:10, 1 February 2007 (PST)
  • I'm gonna work on 03/01/06 User:Jen23md/sig}} 07:36, 7 March 2007 (PST)
  • Now that i'm done that one im gonna work on 01/09/06 the first one (special one)--Jen23md(talk) 09:50, 8 March 2007 (PST)
  • I am happy to work through the podcasts for Season 5. Last night I added notes for the rehash of Follow the Leader & prehash of The Incident podcast, but I'm happy to write it up properly. I'm a fairly fast at typing with an eye for detail, so there shouldn't be many/any typos! --Sazzlemajazzle 11:17, 13 May 2009 (UTC)

Un-Archieved P/C

Does anybody have access to any of the unarchived podcasts? As an MP3 file? If so, please send to my e-mail address (see my userpage), for transcribing purposes. Thanks --Lewis-Talk-Contribs 08:14, 23 February 2007 (PST)

I have added Lostpodcast_Collision81_direct.mp3, from 11/24/05. --Znch 02:15, 28 February 2007 (PST)

And I have the three last on season 2 (june 13 2006, july 3 2006 and july 31 2006). Also have the one named above. I can e-mail them to you if you want, so that you can ad them to the page. / Dreamingtree72 05:18, 18 February 2008 (PST)

Damon and Carlton?!!

Where the hell have they gone? On the last podcast they seemed a little bit dreary and we havnt heard from them since? and who was that woman narrating this week? confusion! --Lewis-Talk-Contribs 16:51, 14 March 2007 (PDT)

  • I was wondering the same thing. I had submitted a question to be answered on the podcast and they haven't been on since then. --Fezir 11:54, 17 March 2007 (PDT)

(New) video podcast

Can someone give me a link where I can download the new video podcast? I heard it was sth like the one with Michael Giacchino. It has sth to do with sound design. I don't know if it can still be called new, but i think it's the latest video podcast. Please.. if someone has it. Thanks

  • P.S. we should also put it in the table --   Steff    talk    contribs    email   12:17, 28 May 2007 (PDT)
  • Unfortunatly it doesn't have a direct link, it's packed with the rest of Lost videos. I'm suscribed to the feeds, and this is the official description: "The Official LOST Video Podcast: May 23rd, 2007: Bryan Burk reveals some of the secret sounds used to give Lost it's unique flavor when he takes us behind the scenes for a sound mixing session." --Seba5618 18:38, 29 May 2007 (PDT)
  • However, you can always read our transcription for it here. --Mr. Crabby (Talk) 07:35, 18 June 2007 (PDT)
  • I added a direct link, but i don't think the date is correct on the page (23rd). The file is labeled is 20070518 (18th). It also has a screen for TTLG (aired on the 23rd) in the last few seconds of it. ~~fredcar
  • Thanks for changing the link. I orginally had the podcast set as being on May 22, but upon further review, It appeared to me to be from May 23. Of course, I may be wrong. If you don't think it was from the 23rd please provide a reference and we'll go from there. Thanks. --Mr. Crabby (Talk) 13:08, 25 June 2007 (PDT)
  • Just did a quick search, seems to be from the 23rd, it was probably made on the 18th or something (hence the file name and the ad) and released on the 23rd. ~~fredcar
  • Yah, that would make sense. Hope to see you around, Fredcar. --Mr. Crabby (Talk) 13:51, 25 June 2007 (PDT)

Aug 2nd Comic Con Podcast

Is anyone else having trouble downloading it from iTunes?--Dicola 06:45, 3 August 2007 (PDT)

Navigating between podcasts

Sorry if this is the wrong place to suggest this, but I'm looking over the brief summaries of the podcasts, and in order to go through them, I have to keep going back to the main podcast page and then click on the next one. Would it be possible to put coding in the articles for the individual podcasts that has a link to the next and previous one chronologically, in much the same way that you can do that for bands' albums in Wikipedia?--~~~~Meeotch

no new podcasts due to strike?

can Carlton and Daemon record the podcast while on strike? If not, does that means we won't be hearing from them until it ends?? too bad...--Avudim 11:41, 2 February 2008 (PST)

Has this been confirmed? I've read nothing about the strike affecting the podcasts... I don't really think it would be a big problem if they did them. Carlton is even watching the editing process... If anyone could find a source on this it would be great. --Erfa 08:14, 4 February 2008 (PST)

S4 Template color

Changed the color of the template so the differences between S3 and S4 would be more sharp for color blind ppl like me :) If you don't like it just change it back - hope it's okay though --Avudim 11:48, 4 February 2008 (PST)

  • Good idea. I lightened the color for readability (raised the 3rd and 4th hex numbers), then re-added the red because there are too many cold colors in the table so far (the 1st and second hex numbers), but retained the blue for color-blind discrimination (the 5th and 6th numbers that you added). Hopefully this still works. -- Contrib¯ _Santa_ ¯  Talk  12:03, 4 February 2008 (PST)
  • I changed the S2 and S3 colors to be in line with the background colors at Portal:Episodes (slightly lighter though); the idea behind those colors was to have them be associated with the DVD box colors. I think it helps to simulate that idea here, as a matter of continuity across the site and also for easy visual association with the seasons. I also changed S4 back to the original color, slightly lightened, in line with the episodes portal - so see if that's an OK difference. And also just the colors in general. I think we also need some sort of row or header in between the seasons with the season number on it to visually break up the table; that could help out people that have trouble differentiating based on color alone. (I tried it in preview mode, but I couldn't get one that was just a single block with the season number.) -- Graft   talk   contributions  22:22, 5 February 2008 (PST)
    • Okay, I made the change you wanted by breaking the table into 3 different ones (I don't know how to do it in another method). I think it looks better now. let me know what you think --Avudim 04:07, 9 February 2008 (PST)
  • I added a seperate template with lighter colors for the video podcasts. I just came up lighter versions of what was already in use, feel free to improve this if you want. --MacCutcheon Talk? 14:02, 25 February 2008 (PST)

Video Podcast

Is the new season 4 video really a podcast? its not downloadable or able to put on ipods.. its just a behind the scenes video on abc's website with Kris White.. --Lewis-Talk-Contribs 15:40, 5 February 2008 (PST)

I retract this, since posting the podcast has become available on itunes --Lewis-Talk-Contribs 15:37, 6 February 2008 (PST)
Is anyone going to make articles?-- Ghost

Video podcast may 23, 2006

I have noticed that this video podcast has a different air date when you download the file. In the file name it's stated that the air date would be may 18, 2006. Witch is the correct one? / Dreamingtree72 05:25, 18 February 2008 (PST)

Do you mean the May 23, 2007 podcast? There was a discussion about that up above. --Relayr82 19:38, 4 May 2008 (PDT)

Transcript page names

I think we need a consistent naming convention for the transcript pages. Prior to Season 4, these pages were always named:

    Official Lost Podcast transcript/Month Day, Year 

But recently, some people have been using:

    Official Audio Lost Podcast transcript/Month Day, Year
    Official Video Lost Podcast transcript/Month Day, Year

The problem with that is that the Podcast Nav-Bar only supports names of the format:

    Official Lost Podcast transcript/Month Day, Year

So I think we should stick to that format. --Relayr82 19:56, 27 April 2008 (PDT)

The problem with that syntax is ambiguety as there can be an audio and video podcast both released on the same day as it was the case with the april 25 audio & video podcast. --Seba5618 06:43, 28 April 2008 (PDT)
Yes, and also for the Feb. 28 podcasts. I can think of two possible solutions for that:
  1. Use Official Lost Podcast transcript/February 28, 2008 (audio) and Official Lost Podcast transcript/February 28, 2008 (video). This is actually compatible with the current podcast navbar template. I used this method on the Feb. 28 podcasts by adding some redirects, and now the navbar links actually work. (I proposed some renames on their respective pages to eliminate the need for the redirects.)
  2. Use Official Audio Lost Podcast transcript/February 28, 2008 and Official Video Lost Podcast transcript/February 28, 2008. This would require changing the podcast navbar template to include an audio/video field so that their links work. That seems like more trouble than it's worth, as all the Season 2 and Season 3 podcasts would have to be renamed, but we could it do that way if most people really prefer that format.
--Relayr82 16:07, 28 April 2008 (PDT)
All in the sense of simplicity, maybe we should only append the (video) sufix to the video podcasts. That will means less renaming since it seems the problematic video podcasts don't have a page yet let alone a transcript. I changed the april 25 podcast. Seba5618 10:25, 29 April 2008 (PDT)
That sounds good. --Relayr82 16:56, 30 April 2008 (PDT)


In the latest edition of the official podcast 02-12-2009 the word of the day was Proxy. Now because the definition of the word could be considered a spoiler I will not be listing it here, but it can give some insight into why we are seeing Christian and possibly why Locke needs to be brought back as well. I can't believe that Damon and Carlton would just give an answer to such a big question about the show and the island itself. Any Lost fan would really enjoy this little bit of info and it would probably be adding to a lot of theories.--Deuce Dubbington XVII 21:04, 13 February 2009 (UTC)

Transcripts (2-27-09)

Is anyone currently working on the most recent transcripts? If not, I'm volunteering to take them on! I love to help out Lostpedia in any non-important way! Anomymage 14:38, 27 February 2009 (UTC)

How do you download the archived files to iTunes?

Is there any way to download them to keep?

just click the "yes" link under the archived file column... --Seba5618 19:17, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

This page is growing long

With one and a half seasons to go this page is already pretty big and long. I'm thinking it could be split up by either season or by video/audio. The latter is probably preferable because the two podcasts don't really have anything to do with each other, it's an entirely different format. Opinions? --MacCutcheon Talk? 19:22, 30 March 2009 (UTC)

  • Splitting it up by audio/video could work. Especially since we don't really need the rehashes/prehashes columns for the video podcasts. (Though personally I don't have a problem with the length of the page right now.) --Relayr82 02:56, 31 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Additionally, we can make the tables a little more compact by getting rid of the extra newlines. Here's an example: User:Relayr82/sandbox1. How does that look? --Relayr82 02:56, 31 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Also, I feel that a lot of the notes in the "Special Notes" column are overly verbose. For example, since Damon & Carlton talk in just about every podcast in Season 3, we really only need to mention the exceptions where they don't talk, and there's no need repeat what's already listed in the Interviews/Rehashes/Prehashes columns, so it could look like this: User:Relayr82/sandbox2. Trimming the notes for Seasons 4 and 5 would be a little trickier since there's a lot more video podcasts. Maybe having separate audio and video tables could simplify things here. --Relayr82 02:56, 31 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Most but not all of the video podcast are unrelated with the audio podcasts, particulary all the video podcasts presented by Damon & Carlton could be considered as canon as the audio podcasts. If we must split it, I would prefer to do it based on seasons. I think what you did on sandbox1 Relayr82 looks allright, not too sure about trimming the notes, even when it repeats the same information than the other columns, writing it in "prose" makes it more appealing. At least I read the notes column when I want to know what the podcast is about... --Seba5618 02:06, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Not that it really matters, since they're now split into separate pages, but the notes field often contains redundant interview information. The "interview" field is useful, but it could be removed. I also agree with removing the rehash/prehash info from the notes field. Gvhftr Kijl 20:32, February 13, 2010 (UTC)
I think we should change "Special Notes" to description. This would allow for more information, while agreeing with the title of the section. cgmv123TalkContribsE-mail 22:46, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
Congratulations on joining the discuss after you've already started imposing your independent decisions on the pages. Doing this would only create more redundant information. In many cases, the official descriptions contains the names of the interviewee's, the rehash and the prehash, as well as the words "Executive Producers Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse" - all of which is already recorded on the podcast pages - as well as the useless information about the airing date of the next episode. There is no point having this information in the table. Official descriptions can be placed on the individual podcast pages, for posterity. In any case, if the Official ABC description is to be used, the field should be called "official description" to reflect this. -Gvhftr Kijl 22:51, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
The plugs for the episodes can be removed. "Executive Producers Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse" could probably be shortened to "EP's Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse" or even "Darlton". Those descriptions are a good way of summarizing what happens in the podcast in a sentence or two, perfect for that area. cgmv123TalkContribsE-mail 22:55, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
I'm not saying the notes field should be removed. If you're going to edit them at all, then there is no need to use the official descriptions. The official descriptions can still be used as a BASE for the field, as they were in my edits. Since they are the hosts Damon and Carlton appear in almost every podcast. -Gvhftr Kijl 23:01, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
Most of the Season 3 descriptions were empty after your edits. We should have something there and not just empty space. cgmv123TalkContribsE-mail 23:07, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
Why? Until you came along, it was "special notes" - None of the notes were special! Case in point: "Elizabeth Mitchell discusses her character, Juliet. Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse rehash "A Tale of Two Cities" and preview "The Glass Ballerina" (10/11/06)." - All of this information is completely useless. Do you believe this description is worthwhile? -Gvhftr Kijl 23:13, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
The date could probably be removed. How about "Elizabeth Mitchell discusses Juliet. Darlton rehashes "A Tale of Two Cities" and takes fan questions." I'm not saying every podcast needs a description, just that those without don't shouldn't be that abundant. cgmv123TalkContribsE-mail 23:19, February 14, 2010 (UTC)
Is there a podcast featuring Elizabeth Mitchell which doesn't discuss Juliet? Given, there is a podcast where Michael Emerson discusses Comic-con, and I would concede that the description should reflect that. The hosts and fan questions are a staple of the podcasts, which is why I noted when they were absent. (see Relayr82's comment above about only noting exceptions). There is no need to prehashes to be noted in the description.
Again: if you're NOT saying the official description must be included verbatim, why did you undo everything i did, instead of ADDING brief descriptions where you felt it was necessary?
But you know, I have better things to do, and I regret having made the improvements I have made. Bye! -Gvhftr Kijl 23:29, February 14, 2010 (UTC)

'Most recent podcast' section

I come to this page often to check for when new podcasts are posted; i rarely, if ever go to abc's actual site since I am almost always on lostpedia. This being said, it is often a little frustrating to have to wait for the entire page to load (perhaps a consequence of the page needing to be split; see above) and then scrolling all the way down the current season, just to see if there has been a new one posted. I vote that a new section be added at the top of the page stating the most recent (audio and video) podcast, similarly to how on the main page we reference the most recent episode. Flashesb4ur8s 23:31, 18 April 2009 (UTC)

I'd say that if anything, just make a page for each one, then create a nav box just as the episodes are set up and such. It would cut down on loading time without having to be updated any more than it already does when a podcast is released. Then again if we did that, it would just be 5 tiny pages, unless we could also do something to spruce each one up.-- SawBucks  Talk  Contribs  03:10, 9 May 2009 (UTC)

Season 3 & 4 Podcast

I may be doing something wrong, but I can't get the Season 3 & 4 podcasts to download to my computer. I can watch/listen to them, but I can't save them to my computer. I did not have this problem with Season 2. I had to reformat my hard drive and lost all my old Podcasts. iTunes has all of Season 5, so that is not a problem. Can someone please give me some help? Thanks. --Gandjgould 05:21, December 20, 2009 (UTC)

rewrite as per rewrite nomination

Unsure where the rewrite was discussed, but I've split the podcasts into seasons, added mp3 player for s3+4, so the rewrite template can probably be removed, or at least edited. Gvhftr Kijl 20:26, February 13, 2010 (UTC)

Missing full episode commentary podcast

The 2005-11-24 podcast can be downloaded here: - I will add a link on the season 2 podcast page, but it would be better if someone could upload it to, with the rest of the season 2 podcasts. Gvhftr Kijl 20:43, February 13, 2010 (UTC)

  • Strike that, it was already in the podcast directory, as Lostpodcast_Collision81_direct.mp3 - I have now linked it from the season 2 podcast page.Gvhftr Kijl 20:54, February 13, 2010 (UTC)

Archived Podcasts not working

Only season 2 seems to work when downloading the archived official lost podcasts. Seasons 3, 4, 5, and 6 do not work (although they all say "yes" to archived file). I noticed all the links in season 2 are not itunes links, and all the links for the other seasons are itunes links. I popped over to itunes, and they have no official lost podcasts anymore, so I am guessing that is the problem. It would be really awesome if someone who had already downloaded them could fix this on lostpedia.

Greyeyed123 17:04, December 5, 2010 (UTC)Greyeyed123