Christianity Today has launched a new podcasting series featuring “editorials, news and books commentaries” (iTunes link). I just subscribed, and noticed that it looks like ESN partner Books & Culture will be featured regularly. There are already two podcasts with B&C editor John Wilson, discussing recent books by Rodney Stark and Christopher Buckley.
Personally, I enjoy listening to John Piper’s sermon podcasts and Mars Hill Audio’s Audition, as well as my guilty pleasure, ESPN’s BS Report with Bill Simmons. What are some of your favorite podcasts?
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Jeff Gissing says
The Harvard Business Review Podcast is handy.
Sunday: Religious news and current affairs from the BBC.
Radiolab from WNYC/public radio.
The Hog’s Head Pubcast from Travis Prinzi’s dining room.