It's been four years since I got turned on to podcasts. I listen to new episodes on my commute to and from work, during my admin periods, while I'm blogging and just about whenever I can stitch a few moments together.
It's a little sad how few people I know actually listen to podcasts. How do they survive without regular doses of interestingness from Jad and Robert of RadioLab? How is Stuff You Should Know not as big a part of coffee break discussions as is the latest episode of Idols?
It has been almost two years since I published this list of 6 of the Best Podcasts for Teachers, Autodidacts, Critical Thinkers and Other Interesting Types.
I think perhaps the title scared people off. So maybe I need to make podcasts sound a bit sexier. It's time for an update.
Allow me to present:
Naked Monkey Freaky Smart Stuff: Six of the Best and Most Accessible and Most Interesting Podcasts That Are Better Than Idols
(I've provided links to the websites, but you can download all of these podcasts for free on iTunes. Why not simply subscribe and get the latest episodes automatically?)
If you don't subscribe to any other podcasts but this one, you'll be doing well.
Economics is everywhere. And it's interesting. Who knew?
You really should. Over 100 million people do.
Because who doesn't love a British accent? (And an offbeat sense of humor? And science?)
Come on over to to the YANSS side. There are cookies.
There's no such thing as a dumb question.