Three Capital shows, Johnny Vaughan's Breakfast Show, Richard Bacon's Go Home Show, and Jeremy Kyle's Capital Confessions, plus snippets from its on-air dating strand Flirty at 9.30 were launched as podcasts this week.
Each podcast will include the best bit of each show, as well as specially produced content, such as behind the scenes of the show, special introductions from the DJs, uncut content, and competitions.
Capital said the launch of the new service marked its commitment to developing Capital as a brand, rather than just a radio station.
"Whilst a number of podcast services have been launched in recent months, we see our podcasting service as a new and innovative communications medium and listener service as opposed to cut down radio.
"As such, the service offered by Capital FM will not only feature existing on air content but will broadcast new and exclusive programming," said the station's marketing director Carl Lyons.
The BBC is already heavily podcasting its content, with Radio 1's Chris Moyles and Radio 4's Today proving popular. Digital speech station OneWord also recently launched a podcast service of its weekday show Between the Lines.