Right, I've been meaning to do this for a while.
I listen to a load of Podcasts regularly, but I'm always on the lookout for new ones to sync to the old iPhone.
In iTunes at the minute, I have the following shows: (iTunes links where I could get them).
Adam & Joe
ATL - Introducing New Irish Music
Best of Nolan
The Film Programme
Front Row Highlights
In Our Time With Melvyn Bragg
It Came Out On Wednesday
Letter To America
Limmy's World Of Glasgow (nothing new for a while now, but the funniest thing ever)
The Lost Initiative - The Official LOST Podcast
Mark Kermode's Movie Reviews
Music Weekly on Guardian Unlimited
Radio 1 Punk Show
The Ricky Gervais Podcast
Russell Howard and Jon Richardson
Science in Action
The Skeptics Guide to the Universe
SModcast (Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier)
Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone
This Week In Tech
Phew, that took me a while, so I hope its worth my while...
C'mon people, I'm throwing you gold - give a little back? I love new shows!
The Times Sounds Podcast
maybe not your taste, but i listen to mark hoppus' podcast, and fat wreck have a few, you can get em up on itunes?
I subscribe to eddies no clarity, the guardian football podcast, and also a soul podcast by a local lad.
Ill edit this post and stick the links in later.
I listen to lots of random mentalist podcasts, usually no more than one, I just like to keep track of the freaks on the net, but Stephen Fry has just started so I'll probably be a regular for Stephen Fry's Podgrams
Oh, I meant to add in Stephen Fry's one. Listened to the first episode today.
Doesn't half go on about his broken arm! Good photos embedded in the M4A stream though.
Just ATL and The Guardian's Football Weekly for me. I should probably check some more out though.
This American Life and Radiolab. Immediately.
Football weekly, Adam and joe, Ricky Gervias and guardian unlimited music (presenters drive me crazy but they get good nuggets out of bands occasionally) are all top notch.
edit; I now see you have all of these and therefore very good taste!
These are a little different to the ones listed before and they proably aren't to everyone's tastes (more beats than guitars!)
Bubbletease - Unreleased new Maurice Fulton Productions. These podcasts are incredible. Loads of stuff gets an airing long before it gets released. If you like DFA style beats then get your hands on this.
Beats In Space - Weekly two hour dance show with DFA connections. The mixes on this thing are incredible. Most of the past ones are available to download on their website www.beatsinspace.net. Next week has obscure disco legend Mark Seven doing it. It's going to be amazing.
The Fabric Podcast - This has all sorts of dance related goodies! It's only a few months in and so it's going to be one to watch. Even Jonny Trunk gets a look in.
DreamChimney Track of the Day - These guys have the balaeric / cosmic / disco/ pacifica vibe tied up. It's called track of the day but you seem to get about 10 a day at the moment. This is also the best place to hear new Sorcerer and Hatchback stuff. Even if you just have a casual interest in music you'll find some goodness here.
Bumrocks - This is the business. Obscure disco/rock/funk/soul/house/cosmic etc etc. It also has guest mp3s every once in a while.
Resident Adviser Podcast - This is a regular dance based podcast (See a theme!). It's had mixes by loads fo great people. This weeks mix is by Pole.
SiX Million Steps - If you like funk, soul and disco then this is a great podcast to subscribe to. Really good themed mixes with previous ones based on The Chic Organisation, Tom Moulton etc.
Kermode's movie reviews on five live are excellent. I don't always agree with him but almost always find him entertaining. Especially when he goes on a rant and calls yer man Orlando Bland and (because he finds her acting so wooden) Ikea Nightly etc etc.
He said the love sceens between them in 'Pirates 3' was like watching chairs mate.
If its mixes you want look no further than Adam Freeland's Marine Parade podcast.
In particular the Freeland Breezeblock mix, but its all pretty good.
The Writer's Almanac, Garrison Keillor is a good one. Each one is only 5 mins, with enticing info-baubles about various writers and then a poem.
There's some great podcasts from NYC radio station WFMU. Sadly the best one (Raw Sewage) is gone but I recommend Downtown Soulville and DJ/Rupture's Mudd Up!.
Two labels doing something more interesting with podcasts rather than the usual new release showcases:
Stones Throw: http://www.stonesthrow.com/jukebox/
Great guest mixes and remix exclusives.
Social Registry: http://podcasts.thesocialregistry.com/
Whole live shows, mixtapes and rarities from label artists.
More locally, caff/flick records has some great mixes on their site, though irritatingly you can't subscribe via iTunes: http://www.caff-flick.com/home.html
Some of the users on Thumped started uploading to a podcast forum a while back: http://www.thumped.com/bbs/forumdisplay.php?f=44
Also annoyingly in multiple formats and difficult to subscribe to but some great stuff in there.
Recommended: Brian Connife, dudley, RimbaudRecords, Rock Jihad.
This American Life and Radiolab. Immediately.
Anybody hear this weeks 'This American Life' podcast? Break-up. Brilliant. Could be corny but not at all. *cough* Phil Collins talks to a girl who's break up song was 'Against All Odds'. Some brilliant stuff.
I don't know how I found this one, but JeffMix podcasts are really good - like a pick-a-mix treat of usually good tunes from a Canadian dude... here's a recent one to give an idea of the content: (great for discovering artists i hadn't heard before)
"Shockwave" by Black Tide
"Gobbledigook" by Sigur Ros
"Little Prince Town" by Gus Black
"Pictures (Tonite Only Remix)" by Sneaky Sound System
"Bats Over the Pacific Ocean" by Jaguar Love
"Little Tornado" by Aimee Mann
"No Sex for Ben" by The Rapture
"GfC" by Albert Hammond, Jr.
"Dance Wiv Me" by Dizzee Rascal ft. Calvin Harris and Chrome
"About Today" by The National
"Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale" by Love
"Discipline" by Nine Inch Nails
"Mirando" by Ratatat
"To Build a Home" by The Cinematic Orchestra
"Language City" by Wolf Parade
"Takin' It Back" by Breathless
"Sequestered in Memphis" by The Hold Steady
"Yea Yeah" by Matt and Kim
"Falling Out of Reach" by Guillemots
"Ladies of the World" by Flight of the Conchords
I've started a series of short, 30 minute mixes over at goodonpaper.org
Featuring Caribou, Blonde Redhead, Albert Hammond, Jr, Azure Ray, Broken Social Scene, Bibio and Grandaddy.
If you're looking for a great range of obscure 60s garage/soul/blues/country/punk/rockabilly, check out Ryan Katastrope's podcast at www.garagepunk.com
Fuckin great gear!
sorry to advertise but in case you don't know about it...
i do the NvTv video podcast one (on itunes) with sessions + interviews from the likes of Biffy Clyro, Futureheads, Frank Turner, Neon Neon, frightened rabbit etc and local acts such as Oppenheimer, therapy, general fiasco, panama kings. the latest one is an acoustic set from ASIWYFA. just search 'nvtv music' in itunes to get it for free.
also the panic dots one is really good as well - has team fresh on it this week.
are there any other locally based ones?
Definitely recommend NvTV and Panic Dots - love them!
I do this wee one: www.weeklyrations.com Just uploaded a summer mix