Since Jeff shared his great 10 Killer Content Sources for Your iPod Learning Mix, I decided to share a few of mine.
Note that the links will take you to their web site with RSS feeds or straight to their RSS feeds. If you wish to use iTunes to manage your feeds (as I do), open iTunes, click on "iTunes Store", click on "Podcasts" (Top of window), enter the title of the podcast into the search field and when iTunes list it, click the subscribe button.
This is perhaps my favorite podcast as Leo Laporte does a marvelous job of leading a panel of experts, such as John Dvorak or Kevin Rose (Digg fame) to discuss the latest on technology. This is one of the more interesting ways to learn as you feel you are at the kitchen table with a bunch of experts.
Dr. Charles Lee and Dr. Frank Ling interview an expert a week on a science topic. These guys are smart interviewers as they always study up on the subject before the interview.
ASTD's podcasts are normally based on their magazine articles, thus are normally read to you. While this format does lead to a less engaging listening experience, it does help you keep up with the world of training/learning in that you can listen while walking or riding -- my preferred method for listening to podcasts.
Dr. Ginger Campbell takes you through the wonderful world of the brain, either by interviewing others or through her own experiences.
The National Public Radio helps you make sense of the latest news by doing in-depth studies and criticisms of the sources behind the latest stories.
While most of you are probably familiar with their videos, you can also keep up with Ted through their podcasts.
While they normally only podcast about every three or four weeks, they do come up with a few gems, such as an interview with Clive Shepherd the episode before last.
NPR is one of my favorite news sources and this podcast spotlights some of their best stories.
More on technology from a British perspective.
Chicago Public Radio presents their award winning show with master story teller Ira Glass.