Some of these are inactive, but have a back catalog worth exploring–for instance, The Portal or Financial Independence Podcast.
Audio & Video Production
Coffee & Gaff Tape. Folks from streaming service resi.io chat with professionals in the production industry, emphasizing church production.
The MxU Podcast. Professionals producing at the largest churches in the world talk about audio, video, and lighting, with an emphasis on audio.
The Portal. Eric Weinstein shares audio essays and interviews interesting people in long-form, nuanced conversations about polarizing, difficult topics.
Akimbo. Seth Godin dispenses practical wisdom and opinions on how to be impactful in a world that wants you to sit back and consume.
Cloud Native Startup. Market positioning expert Emily Omier interviews leaders of technology companies and open source projects.
How2Exit. Ron Skelton, an M&A professional, discusses how to buy a company or sell your own small business.
How To Take Over The World. Ben Wilson analyzes highly accomplished individuals throughout history, looking for applicable takeaways.
Indie Hackers. Courtland Allen interviews founders of mostly SaaS businesses in various stages of growth about their journeys.
The Sweaty Startup. Nick Huber shares his wisdom on how to build a successful service business.
Old Gods of Appalachia. A supernatural horror anthology set deep in the Appalachian mountains.
Financial Independence Podcast. Wisdom from “The Mad Fientist” who has been living the FIRE life for years now.
RenMac. A short podcast reviewing hot-button issues driving major market moves.
The Compound and Friends. Professional investors & financial analysts discuss trends in the world of money & Wall Street.
The Wolf Street Report. Wolf Richter takes the spin off of financial news by analyzing charts & graphs to see what’s actually going on in various market sectors.
Broken Record. Interviews with artists you’ve probably heard of.
Signal Path. Folks from audio company Shure chat with artists about their latest projects.
Song Exploder. Artists chat with Hrishikesh Hirway to tell the inside story of how a song was created.
The Jump. Shirley Manson chats with musicians about the song that gave that artist a career jump.
Gravity Assist. Interviews with NASA scientists about their careers and expertise related to space exploration.
Ask NT Wright Anything. Anglican theologian NT Wright answers questions about the Bible and Christianity.
The Holy Post. Phil Vischer of Veggie Tales fame and author & pastor Skye Jethani discuss current affairs of interest to the evangelical church and interview special guests.
Apple Bits XL. Brian Tong covers Apple rumors, news and events, with an emphasis on hands-on product reviews.
The Art Of Network Engineering. Network nerds chat about the packet life. Swear-y and entertaining.
Exponent. Ben Thompson & James Allworth analyze complex cultural issues driven by technology & social media.
Full Stack Journey. IT pro and industry insider Scott Lowe talks emerging infrastructure tech and career trajectories with special guests.
Hashicast. Hashicorp employees pontificate about the state of the modern IT stack and how to manage it–with HashiTech, of course!
The Hedge. Russ White talks with the folks that build the Internet about current issues, network design, and more.
IPv6 Buzz. Three IPv6 experts discuss the technology to encourage adoption in enterprises & internet service providers.
Modulate Demodulate – The ModemCast. Networking experts pick an esoteric topic and chat about it with a deep specialist.
The Net. Networking industry insiders go deep on programming, ASICs, kernel development, SDN, and related network nerdery.
PING. APNIC folks discuss the latest research, experiments, and emerging trends to do with the Internet.
Python Bytes. Weekly news about programming language Python with Michael Kennedy, Brian Okken, and special guests.
The Privacy, Security, and OSINT Show. Former federal government criminal investigator Michael Bazzell explains how to be truly private in a digital world, plus how to harvest publicly available information for investigative purposes.
Unsupervised Learning. Security expert Daniel Miessler shares opinions of enterprise tech headlines plus related nerdy topics, and occasionally reads his own essays.
Web3 Innovators. Folks working on crypto, blockchain, NFTs, and related tech try to convince me there’s something there.