In Virginia, the fight for marriage equality surges on despite being put on hold by the Supreme Court, while Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter continues to aim for a share of taxpayer dollars. These are this week’s headlines brought to you by hosts John Snider and David Driscoll in their no-nonsense humanist podcast American Freethought.
In the 114th of Rationally Speaking podcast, hosts Massimo Pigliucci and Julia Galef pull out all the stops to treat you to an unstructured discussion. That means you’ve got free-flowing conversation about whatever comes to mind.
This week in the Boing Boing Gadgets Podcast, Fark’s Drew Curtis joins hosts Xeni and mark to share stories about his kids and their [mis]adventures with paintball.
In the latest episode of the hilarious Comical Podcast, hosts Justin, Miguel, and heather are joined by Joe Eisma, who discusses his book, Morning Glories. They also review the best books they’ve read this week, and Miguel shares funny stories about hitting the ground.
Some of the books they’re reviewing are:
For several years now I’ve enjoyed Chuck Palahniuk’s writings, and even more, his ideas and insights on the human condition. So when his newest release, Burnt Tongues, was discussed in this latest episode of Booked. Podcast, I was thrilled.
Podcast lover and developer Marco Arment has launched his newest podcast player called Overcast. It’s basically a fast and responsive podcast player that allows you to tweak your favorite podcasts to enhance your listening experience.
In the 123rd episode of Joy The Baker Podcast, hosts Joy the Baker and Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean share their summer bucket list, which includes fitness, wearing shorts, and baking hamburger buns.
Seanwes Podcast #092: 4 Keys to Growing an Audience When You Feel Like You’re Not Getting Recognition
What do you do when your audience just won’t seem to grow no matter what you do?