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  # 1606715 9-Aug-2016 09:08
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The podcasts I listen to going to and from work are

 

Android Central Podcast

 

Ausdroid Podcast

 

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast

 

NZ Tech Podcast

 

The Cell Phone Junkie

 

Windows Central Podcast ( if I get time)

 

 





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  # 1606961 9-Aug-2016 13:22
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Hollywood Babble-On by Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman. Really funny 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1607224 9-Aug-2016 19:48
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Friday-night comedy from BBC4, something called the Museum of Curiosity ... and it was rubbish.

 

Oh, how I long for the good old days when Sandy Toksvig hosted The News Quiz.





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  # 1607522 10-Aug-2016 11:58
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dafman:

 

LRB

 

http://www.lrb.co.uk/audio

 

Can't recommend this social and political commentary podcast highly enough. Last week, there was a very interesting opinion piece on Brexit. The week before, an in-depth commentary observing an autopsy.

 

But for the geekzoners, check out The Satoshi Affair - 30 June 2016 "Andrew O'Hagan watches Craig Wright show Gavin Anderson, one of the most respected bitcoin developers, that he holds the Satoshi key.

 

Also, it's still on the website, from March 2014, this is a fascinating listen: Andrew O’Hagan spent six months with Julian Assange helping him write his autobiography, though in the event Assange didn’t want the book published. O’Hagan speaks about those six months for the first time.

 



That was a great listen. Thanks.


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  # 1608537 10-Aug-2016 13:14
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The History of Rome Podcast series by Mike Duncan. ITunes or episode 1 starting here .

 

179 quality episodes coming they founding of the Roman city to the 1000 AD. Broken up into nice  20-40 min chunks.

 

First came out in 2007 but well recommended if you haven't sampled it yet.


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  # 1608625 10-Aug-2016 14:43
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KrazyKid:

 

The History of Rome Podcast series by Mike Duncan. ITunes or episode 1 starting here .

 

179 quality episodes coming they founding of the Roman city to the 1000 AD. Broken up into nice  20-40 min chunks.

 

First came out in 2007 but well recommended if you haven't sampled it yet.

 

 

Thanx for the link.  Looks interesting  and a lot of listening .  179 episodes..





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  # 1609908 11-Aug-2016 07:40
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Risky Business - Security news and interviews


 
 
 
 


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  # 1611124 13-Aug-2016 17:11
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Black Sheep, I also listen to Hollywood Babble-on. I listen to other Smodco shows occasionally but I subscribe to Jay and Silent Bob get Old.

Other people have mentioned This American Life and Serial which are great. I also listen to The Beige Brigade podcast (NZ cricket) DC Rainmaker Podcast (sports tech) and also The Grey NATO (a watch, gear and adventure podcast).

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  # 1611656 15-Aug-2016 01:06
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Here's a list grouped into different topics. All of these are searchable / discoverable.

 

     

  1. Tech

     

       

    1. BBC Click
    2. The Guardian Tech Weekly
    3. Various from TWiT network
    4. Chaosradio.de
    5. Daily Tech News Show Headlines

     

  2. Science

     

       

    1. BBC Discovery
    2. The Infinite Monkey cage
    3. BBC Science in Action
    4. NY Times Science Times
    5. WSJ Tech News Briefing
    6. PowerScripting Podcast
    7. Windows Central

     

  3. News

     

       

    1. NPR Planet Money
    2. BBC Global News
    3. The Pollsters
    4. Odd Lots
    5. The Economist Radio
    6. RNZ: Various

     

  4. Talk / Other

     

       

    1. 99% Invisible
    2. TED Radio Hour
    3. Freakonomics
    4. Invisibilia
    5. More or less. Behind the stats
    6. BBC Thinking Allowed
    7. BBC The Forum
    8. BBC The Why Factor
    9. Theory of Everything
    10. Ctrl-Walt-Delete
    11. NPR Hidden Brain
    12. Common Sense with Dan Carlin
    13. FiveThirtyEight: What's the point
    14. Light Speed

     

  5. Music

     

       

    1. Clublife by Tiesto
    2. Avicii Levels
    3. Gareth Emery Electric for Life
    4. Tritonia
    5. Anjunadeep Edition
    6. R3hab

     





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  # 1611672 15-Aug-2016 07:38
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old3eyes:

 

KrazyKid:

 

The History of Rome Podcast series by Mike Duncan. ITunes or episode 1 starting here .

 

179 quality episodes coming they founding of the Roman city to the 1000 AD. Broken up into nice  20-40 min chunks.

 

First came out in 2007 but well recommended if you haven't sampled it yet.

 

 

Thanx for the link.  Looks interesting  and a lot of listening .  179 episodes..

 

 

I have listened to this History Of Rome podcast based on a recommendation a few years ago here on GZ.

 

Very enjoyable and entertaining.

 

Also the follow-on Revolutions Podcasts by the same author - British, American, French and currently the Haitian revolution -  I'm a few months behind in listening -  I binge listen :-)

 

As for other podcasts, of course NZ Tech Podcast.

 

And The Amp-Hour podcast - Discussions range from hobbyist electronics to the state of the electronics industry, components, circuit design, and general on and off-topic rants (Solar Roadways ?)





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