"Listen for free" seems like a strange way to promote a podcast. I've never seen a podcast you have to pay for. Do such things even exist? I visit dozens of web sites that have video and audio, and it's all free, and no one ever tries to promote their content by bragging that it's free. Not really seeing the point of this particular approach.Also, iTunes isn't spelled with a dash. That is, it's not "i-Tunes," the way you spell it every Saturday at C&L.
Actually Jack, there are several podcasts that you have to pay to access. Paywalls are common for radio station podcasts, and one for instance, paid membership to Majority.fm is required for access to full shows.
I really look forward to hearing what you have to say. I do moderate comments, but non-spam comments will take less than 24 hours to appear... Thanks!