Get Several EpisodesGet Spotify catalog information for several episodes based on their Spotify IDs.
An ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
If a country code is specified, only content that is available in that market will be returned.
If a valid user access token is specified in the request header, the country associated with the user account will take priority over this parameter.
Note: If neither market or user country are provided, the content is considered unavailable for the client.
Users can view the country that is associated with their account in the account settings.
A URL to a 30 second preview (MP3 format) of the episode.
null if not available.
A description of the episode. HTML tags are stripped away from this field, use
html_description field in case HTML tags are needed.
The language used in the episode, identified by a ISO 639 code. This field is deprecated and might be removed in the future. Please use the
languages field instead.
A list of the languages used in the episode, identified by their ISO 639-1 code.
The date the episode was first released, for example
"1981-12-15". Depending on the precision, it might be shown as
The precision with which
release_date value is known.
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