Server hosts, firewalls, some routers, possibly your ISP, and web browsers as well all want to give you stale content because it makes loading faster. That's great, except for things like a daily news podcast that is updated multiple times per day. In that case, it amounts to you not getting the service for which we, the content providers, are paying.

Sometimes, like now, they even stop us from trying to automatically fix the situation, so, here's how to bypass the old version manually:

Click the link below, add random numbers at the end of the address in your browser's adress bar, then hit enter. If you've never used this exact address, including the numbers you added, you'll get the latest version. Do this each time you want the newest content.

This should work, at least for now.

Click, fix address, press enter: