Originally Posted by zkyevolved
What you could do is just download it manually when they update their RSS feed. I think that should work for you, but as for automatically... I don't know.
There's a lot more to a podcast client than just clicking a link and downloading; there are networks of podcast shows, search functions, sampling a podcast, subscriptions and updates of course, and a host of other features. If you've every used a Nokia S60 device with their podcast client, you know how beautiful it can be. If you never have, then it's hard to explain how ghetto it is on the BlackBerry, BB is years behind everyone else.
Podcasts are kind of big! 80+ megs depending on each show, and that would drain a lot of battery to download 80 megs a day for podcasts, and then that's just for one show! I don't know if it's just me, but I'm thinking that's a lot of traffic for a handheld to be doing every day. I wouldn't download 200 megs every morning just to listen. I'd drag'm off my PC onto my phone.
On wifi it doesn't take that long, but these are your personal opinions - some of us will plug in our phone and let it charge while the device is downloading podcasts. I used to be subscribed to a few that taught languages, it was cool to have a new lesson already downloaded onto my device and ready to listen to during the bus ride to work. Having to use a PC of any sort to manage podcasts on your device defeats the whole purpose of being mobile.