RSS Podcast Feed Broken

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    I’ve hosted a podcast on my site for a little over three years, and around three weeks ago I converted from the Hum theme over to Two Tone. And when the first episode went up after the redesign, I started receiving messages on social media from listeners that the latest podcast episodes weren’t showing up in their feeds on iTunes, Google Play and elsewhere.

    I push to all of those services from a single Feedburner feed, and thus went there to do some troubleshooting after verifying the listener complaints. There, I found two errors that I’m not able to rectify. Those errors read:

    1) There is an issue that must be addressed with your source feed for the feed “Wrong Side of the Pond Podcast”
    2) The URL you entered does not appear to be a valid feed. We encountered the following problem: Error on line 67: The entity “hellip” was referenced, but not declared.

    The Feedburner feed comes from this URL from the site: . Here is the FeedBurner URL: .

    Doing a little extra digging, I also received the following errors when running it through

    This feed does not validate.
    line 55, column 1: Undefined item element: p [help]
    	<p>International breaks are tough, what with the dearth of matches in the P ...
    line 55, column 367: XML parsing error: <unknown>:55:367: undefined entity [help]
    ...  and D.J. used the pause in (European) [&hellip;]</p><br />Filed under:  ...
    In addition, interoperability with the widest range of feed readers could be improved by implementing the following recommendation.
    line 21, column 148: Unregistered link relationship: search [help]
    ... d.xml" title="Wrong Side of the Pond" />

    Any help that anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated.

    The blog I need help with is: (visible only to logged in users)

    Theme Author

    Thanks letting us know of this issue. We’ll look into what might be causing outside aggregation and distribution issues from within the theme. We have a ticket open for this issue and will follow up with our findings. Thanks for your patience.

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