Is there a listing of the order of the readings? Is it straight through, chronological, some kind of mix?
These are good questions! Being “on the inside” we did not think to answer them till you asked
Bible in a Year: The readings follow the traditional Protestant Canon roughly alternating an Old Testament book with a New Testament book. There are a few adjustments for the different number of books in each “half” of the Bible and because too many psalms or proverbs in a row might be “too much of a good thing” those books are split into sections. The order is the one used by this email service.
Chapter a Day: Here the order is much more complex, basically we are “doing” the books that have not yet been podcast, so that we will have the whole Bible available (we should finish this year though we are repeating the gospels, and to fit in with a Bible reading and discussing plan a friend is organising we may repeat some other books. Again we roughly alternate Old and New Testaments, and have split up the psalms into roughly two week “chunks”.