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Here are the podcasts I subscribe to at the moment. I change them often, but this is the current snapshot.

I have a lot of podcasts on this list, but I am ruthless about skipping out of them when they get boring. I might still have to trim the list as I now have over seven hours of audio queued on my Samsung YP-U2 MP3 player.

I have linked to the podcasts’ news feeds, rather than the websites themselves.

Moritz Eggert – best bit of the Dice Tower although Gamer Tech is good too.
Point to Point – a little too focussed on competitive play, but otherwise excellent.
Roll 2d6 – rarely updated and focussed on American-style games, rather than Euros, but very well done.
The Aldie Show – Aldie holds his own as a solo podcaster
The Board Gamer – On hiatus. Steve is in my games group.

General Interest
BBC World Service documentaries
The Economist – summary of last week’s news.
The World Next Week – summary of next week’s upcoming news
Military History Podcast
Mark Kermode’s film reviews – my favourite podcast bar none
History Podcast
Radio 4 Choice

Linux, Science and Tech
IT Conversations
Lugradio – Linux podcast. Juvenile, but otherwise good.
Security Now – was excellent, but has recently become at least 30% adverts.
Linux Reality
The Linux Action Show
The Linux Link Tech Show – sound quality is poor and they edit nothing, but these guys do the best interviews
FLOSS Weekly
Science Friday
The Real Deal

Written by Iain

December 19th, 2007 at 1:35 pm

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