I've been enjoying the podcast "An Unexpected Journey" (a dramatized audio book of J.R.R. Tokien's "The Lord Of The Rings") tremendously. However, as of February 22, this podcast is no longer available through Spotify and the website for the podcast (http://www.anunexpectedjourney.shop) is also no longer available. I sincerely hope that they have not shut down (even though it's starting to look as if they have) because they had only just posted the first four chapters from the final book on the podcast. I've listened to at least two other audio drama versions of "The Lord Of The Rings" (from the BBC and The Mind's Eye) and this is one of the best. That said, I notice that the people behind this podcast have been using the soundtracks from the Peter Jackson films -- and especially since they began charging money on their website, it occurs to me that they might have received a cease-and-desist order if they didn't obtain proper permission to use the soundtrack beforehand. It would explain why the podcast has abruptly been erased and the website shut down with no explanation.