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A: Click the RSS button in the top menu and subscribe to the feed or past the URL of the feed into your feed reader (iTunes, Juice etc).
For more detailed help about our RSS podcast feeds go here.
A: After a program have been available for free for over one year, we move them to vast radio archive on our members website. In order to download and listen to these 1 year + old programs , you need to sign up for a membership. You can read more about why you should subscribe on this page.
A: At the bottom of each radio information page, from where you download and listen to the program, there is a "music" link with artist and title.
A: We change introduction theme to the radio program almost every year. This year, 2013 we use a piece of music made by Henrik Palmgren. It's the new original Red Ice Radio theme. The voice samples or dialogue you hear in the background is from the movie "Meetings with Remarkable Men" directed by Peter Brook. The movie is based on the book of the same name by Russian mystic, G. I. Gurdjieff. The movie shows the difficult yet rewarding and interesting experience of a seeker that is looking for a deeper meaning to life.
A: Please go to our members website: redicemembers.com and go to the FAQ for a detailed help sections and further information on how to solve any potential issues.
A: Yes, the site has been tested and confirmed to function 100% with the latest iPhone and iPad. Downloading files to you computer and transefering them to your iPod is not a problem either.
We also have an app for iPhones and iPad, more information here.
For more information specific about help for iTunes/iPhones/iPads go here.
For more information on how to download and stream go here.
For more information and help using our RSS feeds go here.
A: For more help pertaining to technical issues, how to listen, stream or download go to our How do I listen? page.
A: Red Ice started as a graphics, video and music project in 2001. The name has stayed with us since then. The name Red Ice represents hot and cold, red and blue, north and south, physical and non-physical, basically two opposites. Not from a Marxist dialectic point of view, but from a creation point of view. The idea is that it takes balance between two extremes to create conditions for life and spirit.