Podcasts I love
Podcasts are great. I use podcasting as a kind of geek radio. It's a great way to hear from the pros on some very specific topics. The sheer number of podcasts makes finding the hidden gems a real chore so I thought it might be useful if I list out a few of the podcasts which I think are great.
- The Energy Gang - Stephen Lacey, Katherine Hamilton, Jigar Shah host a weekly digest on energy, clean-tech and the environment.
- A Matter of Degrees - Dr. Leah Stokes and Dr. Katharine Wilkinson tell stories about the powerful forces behind climate change — and the tools we have to fix it.
- The Everyday Innovator - Chad McAllister, PhD interviews different Product Managers and shares their lessons learned
- Exponent - a podcast about tech and society hosted by Ben Thompson, of Stratechery fame, and James Allworth
- This Week In Google - Leo Laporte & friends deal with everything Google. The Google fanboy-dom is impressive
- Talk Python To Me - Michael Kennedy interviews all sorts of cool folks from the Python Community
- Python Bytes - Michael Kennedy and Brian Okken run through news and headlines related to the Python Community
- Cool Tools - Mark Frauenfelder and Kevin Kelly interview amazingly creative people about the uncommon, and uncommonly good tools they use
My tastes change and time is limited. Podcasts I used to listen to:
- The Bugle - hysterical satire starring John Oliver
- All About Android - Jason Howell & friends discuss all the latest and greatest surrounding the Android platform & the mobile space in general
- Tech Weekly from the Guardian - great for keeping up to date with tech current affairs
- Killer Innovations - Phil McKinney talks on a range of tech topics. All interviews have an innovation theme
- WordPress Community podcast - Joost de Valk talks to some awesome WordPress geeks. Great if you use WordPress
- Six Pixels of Separation - Mitch Joel does some great interviews with a whole slew of Internet geeks. I'd avoid the media hacks edition
Last updated: Sun 15 November 2020