The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 070): Panel Discussion of Favorite Podcasts

In episode 70 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester asks our irregulars: Do you listen to podcasts? Which ones, and do you listen to fiction podcasts?


This week’s panel:

(partial) List of podcasts mentioned:

  1. 365 Days of Astronomy
  2. Adam Corolla
  3. Adventures in SciFi Publishing
  4. Ancient Rome Refocused
  5. Around Comics
  6. Beware the Hairy Mango
  7. Change Surfer Radio
  8. Clarkesworld
  9. Dr. Karl and the Naked Scientists
  10. Dunesteef
  11. Dunesteef’s That Gets My Goat
  12. Escape Pod
  13. Forgotten classics
  14. Functional Nerds
  15. Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy
  16. H.P. Lovecraft Literary podcast
  17. Hardcore History
  18. Heatflash
  19. I Should Be Writing
  20. Kickass Mystic Ninjas
  21. Lightspeed
  22. Living Proof Brewcast
  23. Locus Roundtable
  24. Luke’s Creative Podcast
  25. Notes from Coode Street
  26. Quirks and Quarks
  27. Radio Lab
  28. Russian Rulers
  29. Scientific American Podcast
  30. Search Engine
  31. Seattle Geekly
  32. SFFAudio
  33. Skiffy and Fanty Show
  34. Slice of SciFi
  35. Spark
  36. Speculate
  37. Starship Sofa
  38. Tank Riot
  39. The Babylon 5 Podcast
  40. The Command Line
  41. The D6 Generation
  42. Gweek
  43. The Geek Dad
  44. The Geek Life
  45. The History of Rome podcast
  46. The Incomparable Podcast
  47. The Moth
  48. The Nerdist
  49. The New Yorker Fiction
  50. The Science Fiction Book Review
  51. This American Life
  52. Three Moves Ahead
  53. Tobolowski Files
  54. Tolkien Professor
  55. Writing Excuses

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16 thoughts on “The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 070): Panel Discussion of Favorite Podcasts”

  1. No mention of three of my favourites: The Writer and the Critic; Galactic Suburbia and Nerdzilla.  Maybe they are too Australian in their tone?

  2. If you like Radiolab, you’ll want to check out To the Best of Our Knowledge. WTF with Marc Maron is great for fans of The Sound of Young America and The Nerdist. Slate.com’s podcasts are awesome as well: The Political Gabfest, Culture Gabfest, Double X, and their new Digital Manners show.

    Great topic, thanks! Can’t wait to download. 

  3. I could (and would) have listed many more, including S&L, Secret World, Agony Column, Squeecast and many, many, more. But Patrick and John keep cutting off my feed…

    :)

    When I get around to it, I’ll update my “Year in Audio Shorts” list at Ye Olde Bloge.

  4. Norman Centuries…yeah, I started listening to that since I liked 12 Byzantine rulers. But he isn’t very quick in updating.

     

    I didn’t list Squeecast because at the time of recording, there was only one. Now there are two…

  5. 12 BR and Norman Centuries are two favorites and I recommend the associated book (“Lost to the West”). In fact that has been a major problem, for me, with these podcasts–because “History of Rome”, “12 Byzantine Rulers”, “Hardcore History” and others I’ve bought so many non-fiction books recently that they are overtaking the fiction shelves.

    The wallet cringes!

  6. ^

    HuffDuffer

     

    The Future and You is a great podcast that deals primarily with futurism but features a lot of great interviews with SF writers.   Tons of great content.

  7. One thing:

    Id like to thank Patrick for the “three things we dont talk about”.

    It really sucks to be listening to a podcast  then have it go off on some wrongheaded tangent about how beef is BBQ (or something from one of the other forbidden topics) makes me turn the podcast off and never go back… ;)

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