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What podcasts do you listen to?

Post by bluto » Sun Oct 19, 2008 2:08 am

With limited choices on the TV, I depend on podcasts to keep up to date on the economy and news. I can listen while I exercise, cook, during lunch, etc.

My favorites for Finance and the Economy:

FT Martin Wolf - great econ/finance analysis

NPR Planet Money - Regular Joe 6-pack talks to economists to try to make sense of things

APM Marketplace - Daily stories on markets

Marketplace Money - one hour personal finance show (pretty basic stuff)


I also enjoy NPR Talk of the Nation Science Friday and All Things Considered.

I'm looking for a quality investment podcast... but there are too many! What do Bogleheads listen to?

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Post by bob90245 » Sun Oct 19, 2008 9:22 am

I listen to this one. It becomes available once a week on Friday:

http://www.fundadvice.com/sound-investing

Although this week's wasn't very good, they have big name authors on like Larry Swedroe and John Bogle every now and then.

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Post by rcshouldis » Sun Oct 19, 2008 9:54 am

I also listen weekly to "Sound Investing".

They stress a buy & hold philosophy along with proper personalized risk evaluation and diversification between equity/fixed and between equity asset classes such as international, US, large cap, small cap, value, growth, etc. . They also publish recommended portfolios for many different mutual funds and ETFs including Vanguard, Fidelity, T.Rowe Pric,SchWab, etc. . Sound Investing is part of the fundadvice website which is run by Paul Merriman of Merriman Berkman Next Financial Group.

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Post by Sunny Sarkar » Sun Oct 19, 2008 10:26 am

Tom Ashbrook (On Point)
Diane Rehm <show>
Kris Boyd (Think)
Jon Stewart, Steven Colbert, and Bill Maher

I had subscribed to Vanguard podcast but gave up after I couldn't go through a single one without falling asleep.

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Post by craigr » Sun Oct 19, 2008 10:38 am

For economics, I really enjoy Econtalk. They don't really discuss current market trends that much. They mainly focus on economics and how it plays a role in day to day life. They have a lot of good authors and scholars on the show and the host is smart enough to ask questions that matter:

http://www.econtalk.org/

Here are some interviews of people commonly mentioned here on the Diehards:

Jack Bogle

http://www.econtalk.org/archives/_featuring/john_bogle/

Nassim Taleb

http://www.econtalk.org/archives/_featu ... sim_taleb/

William Bernstein

http://www.econtalk.org/archives/_featu ... bernstein/

Robert Shiller

http://www.econtalk.org/archives/_featu ... t_shiller/

Here is a complete list of podcasts by guest name:

http://www.econtalk.org/archives.html#guest

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Post by Ducks » Sun Oct 19, 2008 10:51 am

Do you get the Fund Advice podcast via iTunes? I couldn't find it.

Finance:
Marketplace
Marketplace Money
Planet Money
Bloomberg on the Economy

Non-Finance:
KUOW Weekday
The Moth
This American Life
PRI Selected Shorts
NPR StoryCorps
NPR This I Believe
NPR Most Emailed Stories

I don't always listen to all of these.. I don't have enough tiem. But I am subscribed to all of them. :) Hubs has others he is subscribed to but I don't sync to my iPod.
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Post by northend » Mon Oct 20, 2008 9:14 am

I listen to Fund Advice, Ray Lucia and Clark Howard.

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My Listening Podcasts

Post by tomander » Mon Oct 20, 2008 10:39 am

HDTV Podcast
The DiceTower
Point to Point Podcast
The Speil

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Post by Offshore » Mon Oct 20, 2008 10:44 am

Sound Investing (Paul Merriman)
Index Investing Show (Ron Delegge)
Ray Lucia Show

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Post by littleridge » Mon Oct 20, 2008 9:15 pm

Not investment related, but Steve Gibson ( of GRC.COM ) has a very good computer security Podcast at:
http://twit.tv/sn

Some of the other podcasts at twit.tv like The Tech Guy and Windows Weekly are also good.

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Post by bluto » Tue Oct 21, 2008 6:44 am

Ray Lucia seems pretty popular. I have heard people reference him before. I'll have to try him.

I tried The Voice of Finance and Investing, but FT today, available on iTunes. Very informative and the shows are not too long.

http://www.ftpress.com/podcasts/channel ... e3815eca30

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Post by fling » Tue Oct 21, 2008 6:49 am

podcast dot com

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Post by nisiprius » Tue Oct 21, 2008 7:08 am

I actually record these off the air (analog FM radio) to my computer, with a nifty widget called the RadioShark, and download them to my iPod, but I think most? all? are available by direct download as podcasts.

Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me
Says You
A Prairie Home Companion
Car Talk
Riverwalk Jazz
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Post by daryll40 » Tue Oct 21, 2008 7:28 am

bob90245 wrote:I listen to this one. It becomes available once a week on Friday:

http://www.fundadvice.com/sound-investing

Although this week's wasn't very good, they have big name authors on like Larry Swedroe and John Bogle every now and then.
I tried to download this to an iPod, but not get it into anything but QUICKTIME format online (not able to download)

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Post by daryll40 » Tue Oct 21, 2008 11:59 am

I still couldn't get iPod format, but listened in Quicktime.

OK this podcast was WEIRD. The host, Paul Merriman, was basically saying "stay the course". Yet the guest interviewed was a doom and gloomer. USA economy terrible for years to come, yet the rest of the world will be fine after this temporary dip. Oil to $200 after this minor pullback. Gold holding up well...only off 15% from high.

It was weird. The rest of the show was about how it's NOT different this time and to stay the course.

Sort of like interviewing a junk food chain representative on a health food show. I don't get it.

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Post by superlight » Tue Oct 21, 2008 12:37 pm

I like the Long Now Foundation lectures, as a source of crazy forward looking ideas:

http://www.longnow.org/projects/seminars/
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Post by sewall » Mon Oct 27, 2008 1:11 pm

I've got a 1.25 hour one-way commute via public transportation and my own two feet. That gives me a lot of time to listen to:

A Prairie Home Companion: News from Lake Woebegon (American Public Media)
NBC Meet the Press
Car Talk (NPR)
Fresh Air (NPR)
Planet Money (NPR)
Wait Wait Don't Tell Me (NPR)
On Point (NPR)
This American Life (Chicago Public Radio)
Radio Lab (WNYC)
Real Time with Bill Maher (audio only) (HBO)

I'll give Econtalk a try this week, as recommended above.

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Post by ryuns » Mon Oct 27, 2008 3:48 pm

sewall wrote:I've got a 1.25 hour one-way commute via public transportation and my own two feet. That gives me a lot of time to listen to:

A Prairie Home Companion: News from Lake Woebegon (American Public Media)
NBC Meet the Press
Car Talk (NPR)
Fresh Air (NPR)
Planet Money (NPR)
Wait Wait Don't Tell Me (NPR)
On Point (NPR)
This American Life (Chicago Public Radio)
Radio Lab (WNYC)
Real Time with Bill Maher (audio only) (HBO)

I'll give Econtalk a try this week, as recommended above.
Wow you listed almost everything that I listen to. I'll have to check On Point, and I didn't realize Bill Maher had a podcast. Good stuff. I'm falling behind as my commute (also via public transport) is only about half yours.

I do get excited every Monday for new TAL, Wait wait don't tell me, and Car Talk. Can't wait for the new season of Radiolab.

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Post by mksanjay » Mon Oct 27, 2008 4:52 pm

I listen to

1) Best of Mike and Mike
2) Bill Maher
3) Green NFL.
4) Top downloaded from the iTunes podcast directory.

On iTunes, if you go to the Podcast directory, they have a list of top downloaded podcasts which are usually good. Most of the times, Money Talk from NPR is on the Top 10 list.

I wish they had podcasts of Jay Leno Show, Entourage and other HBO programs.

Sanjay.

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Post by sewall » Mon Oct 27, 2008 6:59 pm

ryuns wrote:
sewall wrote:I've got a 1.25 hour one-way commute via public transportation and my own two feet. That gives me a lot of time to listen to:

A Prairie Home Companion: News from Lake Woebegon (American Public Media)
NBC Meet the Press
Car Talk (NPR)
Fresh Air (NPR)
Planet Money (NPR)
Wait Wait Don't Tell Me (NPR)
On Point (NPR)
This American Life (Chicago Public Radio)
Radio Lab (WNYC)
Real Time with Bill Maher (audio only) (HBO)

I'll give Econtalk a try this week, as recommended above.
Wow you listed almost everything that I listen to. I'll have to check On Point, and I didn't realize Bill Maher had a podcast. Good stuff. I'm falling behind as my commute (also via public transport) is only about half yours.

I do get excited every Monday for new TAL, Wait wait don't tell me, and Car Talk. Can't wait for the new season of Radiolab.

Ryan
Neat that we have similar tastes in Podcasts. To be fair, I rarely listen to every minute of every show. On Point is great but is two 45 minute shows per day. After the first 15 minutes of a show I already know about 95% of what will be said. It is a rare show I listen through to the end. Same goes for Fresh Air. There is the occasional TAL that bores me, but most I enjoy. Real Time is a hoot, even if Maher is almost offensively extreme in his rhetoric at times.

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Post by Paul Douglas Boyer » Mon Oct 27, 2008 7:35 pm

Never miss shows:

Mad Money Machine (ha, my own show)
Lew Rockwell
Adam Curry's Daily Source Code
Sound Investing
This Week in Tech
MacBreak Weekly

Listen mostly shows:

EconTalk
NPR: Planet Money
Bloomberg on the Economy

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Post by nisiprius » Mon Oct 27, 2008 8:30 pm

superlight wrote:I like the Long Now Foundation lectures, as a source of crazy forward looking ideas:

http://www.longnow.org/projects/seminars/
I didn't know of those lectures, I should check them out.

I read about the Clock of the Long Now a long time ago--maybe a centimillennium ago? and I love those people for putting a zero in front of every year (this is 02008).
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Mad Money Machine

Post by iowahokies » Mon Oct 27, 2008 9:11 pm

I will offer a non-biased recommendation of Mad Money Machine. Paul Douglas Boyer does a nice job with this podcast. Don't worry this isn't about Jim Kramer - it is about passive index investing. Paul mixes in some information about the Constitution (or history), technology, and the occassional parody song. I enjoy the weekly podcast - it reinforces my investment style and I learn other miscellaneous things as well.

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Post by pfblueprint » Thu Oct 30, 2008 8:49 am

I'm a fan of Marketplace, Fresh Air, This American Life, and On Point.

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Post by purple » Sat Jan 19, 2013 5:33 pm

I enjoy the Business Daily podcast from the BBC

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Post by burt » Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:03 pm

Democracy Now

http://www.democracynow.org/

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Re: What podcasts do you listen to?

Post by modal » Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:42 pm

Shows I listen to these days:

No Agenda Show
http://www.noagendashow.com/

This American Life
http://www.thisamericanlife.org/

Floss Weekly
http://twit.tv/floss

Security Now
http://twit.tv/sn

Triangulation (Similar to Nerd TV, http://www.pbs.org/cringely/nerdtv/)
http://twit.tv/tri

Radio Free Python
http://radiofreepython.com/

I used to listen to Merriman on Investing when it first came out. Another podcast I enjoy that stopped 3-4 years back was Venture Voice (http://www.venturevoice.com/)

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Post by ivesjl » Sat Jan 19, 2013 9:14 pm

I formerly listened to Ray Lucia, but his SEC scandal was enough to scare me off: http://articles.latimes.com/2012/sep/06 ... o-20120906.

I listen to Planet Money and Dave Ramsey for financial podcasts. Planet Money usually has interesting stories, unlike many financial shows. I really enjoy the Dave Ramsey podcast for a dose of reality. Any good boglehead will question his investment strategy, but he gives a sound step-by-step approach to finances and debt. If you don't mind his occasional tirades, the call-ins are pretty entertaining.

For non financial stuff, This American Life is the probably the most enjoyable, riveting podcast out there today. Highly recommended!
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Re: What podcasts do you listen to?

Post by 555 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 10:07 pm

What is a podcast?

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Post by aquifer » Sun Jan 20, 2013 10:17 am

I prefer video podcasts and I sometimes take an hour or two on a Sunday to catch up. I stream the podcasts to my Apple TV which works great. For financial podcasts I watch Morningstar's Investing Insights, but mostly I watch TED Talks. They are generally non political and not related to finance, but they can be controversial and are frequently thought provoking. Some of the presenter's ideas are cutting edge but rarely do I consider them bizzare. I consider 60-65% of them interesting and of the 60-65% about half are very interesting to me.

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Post by Tom_T » Sun Jan 20, 2013 12:18 pm

555 wrote:What is a podcast?
Think of it as a radio program that you can download and listen to on your computer, or smartphone, or tablet.

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Post by SpringMan » Sun Jan 20, 2013 12:27 pm

Not for everybody but Tommy Chong has a free podcast available as an iTunes download.
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Post by 555 » Sun Jan 20, 2013 1:05 pm

Tom_T wrote:
555 wrote:What is a podcast?
"Think of it as a radio program that you can download and listen to on your computer, or smartphone, or tablet."
Thanks. But why the name "podcast"?

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Post by DetroitRed » Sun Jan 20, 2013 2:06 pm

The BBC has a lot of good podcast documentaries. Topics are much wider than those covered in most US outlets --

http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/docarchive

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Post by mike127 » Sun Jan 20, 2013 2:13 pm

555 wrote:
Tom_T wrote:
555 wrote:What is a podcast?
"Think of it as a radio program that you can download and listen to on your computer, or smartphone, or tablet."
Thanks. But why the name "podcast"?
It's a broadcast to your iPod.

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Post by 555 » Sun Jan 20, 2013 2:28 pm

mike127 wrote:
555 wrote:
Tom_T wrote:
555 wrote:What is a podcast?
"Think of it as a radio program that you can download and listen to on your computer, or smartphone, or tablet."
Thanks. But why the name "podcast"?
"It's a broadcast to your iPod."
What is an iPod?

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Post by Tom_T » Sun Jan 20, 2013 2:53 pm

555 wrote:
mike127 wrote:
555 wrote:
Tom_T wrote:
555 wrote:What is a podcast?
"Think of it as a radio program that you can download and listen to on your computer, or smartphone, or tablet."
Thanks. But why the name "podcast"?
"It's a broadcast to your iPod."
What is an iPod?
:) I am smiling because in this seemingly Apple-centric culture, it is refreshing to find someone who has never heard of the iPod.

The iPod is Apple Corporation's portable music player. I am old enough to remember clunky portable cassette players like the Sony Walkman, and I like to tell my kids that the iPod is really an amazing device. Three inches long and .21 inch thick, it can hold in the ballpark of 3,000 songs. The kids shrug their shoulders, but I think it's pretty cool. Of course, the Sony Walkman was cool in its day, too.

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Post by 555 » Sun Jan 20, 2013 2:59 pm

Thanks. I have heard people talk about "podcasts" and "iPod's", but I never bothered to find out what they are (and didn't make the connection between them).

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Post by Tom_T » Sun Jan 20, 2013 3:08 pm

555 wrote:Thanks. I have heard people talk about "podcasts" and "iPod's", but I never bothered to find out what they are (and didn't make the connection between them).
So, what podcast listeners like to do is to "subscribe" to their favorite podcasts (they are free.) New episodes come out every week on average, depending on how frequently the podcaster records new shows. You load up your iPod (or smartphone or tablet or PC) with the latest episodes, then listen at your leisure. There are thousands of podcasts on every imaginable topic.

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Post by LadyGeek » Sun Jan 20, 2013 3:22 pm

This thread is now in the Personal Consumer Issues forum (podcasts).

Pay attention to the post dates, as this thread was resurrected from 2008. A few of those podcasts are still around, though.
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Post by mike127 » Sun Jan 20, 2013 3:36 pm

Tom_T wrote:
555 wrote:Thanks. I have heard people talk about "podcasts" and "iPod's", but I never bothered to find out what they are (and didn't make the connection between them).
So, what podcast listeners like to do is to "subscribe" to their favorite podcasts (they are free.) New episodes come out every week on average, depending on how frequently the podcaster records new shows. You load up your iPod (or smartphone or tablet or PC) with the latest episodes, then listen at your leisure. There are thousands of podcasts on every imaginable topic.
Tom_T, thanks for following up. I should have provided a more detailed answer and agree that it's refreshing to see someone who doesn't really care what an iPod is.

The only thing I'd add is that one reason why I like podcasts is that, in comparison to traditional broadcasts, the barrier to entry is far lower, meaning that you don't have to be affiliated with a large media company to reach the masses. Some podcasts are really bad, and some are incredibly insightful. But all empower the person who produces them to speak to the world, and empower the people who listen to choose what they find valuable -- at the time when they want to hear it.

In some ways it's like Bogleheads.org: there's a lot of money and influence behind the mainstream financial industry, but through the power of the Internet, ideas like the ones discussed here -- which don't generate much profit for financial companies -- are available to people like us.

Also, we talk about iPods, but if you're the kind of person that isn't interested in iPods you can still access podcasts on your computer. The easiest way to do this is to download the free iTunes software, which includes a podcast directory and does not require an iPod.

As LadyGeek pointed out, this thread is a bit old. I'd love to hear from the group what podcasts are currently available on Boglehead-ish topics that people find valuable.

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Post by Minnesota97 » Fri May 24, 2013 10:27 pm

Podcasts/radio shows that I listen to regularly are:

Dave Ramsey
Ric Edelman
Marketplace Money
Your Money (airs in Minneapolis on Sunday mornings) http://www.wealthenhancement.com/show_archives.html

I'd love to hear recommendations on other finance/investing radio shows/podcasts that people would recommend. I enjoy listening to these shows while I walk my Siberian Husky, mow the lawn, etc.

Thanks.

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Post by GenXer » Fri May 24, 2013 11:14 pm

Marketplace Money, This American Life, The Money Guy with Brian Preston (basic info but I like it anyway), Bullseye, Stuff You Missed in History Class, The Moth, TED Radio Hour, and for my commute ... WTF with Marc Maron. (The language, and sometimes the topics, are definitely not appropriate for kids.) He is a former(?) stand-up comedian who interviews a lot of comics and sometimes actors or musicians about their craft; recent great interviews include Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, and Jon Favreau.

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Post by jingo » Fri May 24, 2013 11:47 pm

‘In Our Time’ with Melvyn Bragg
Mark Kermode Film reviews

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Post by hansp » Sat May 25, 2013 12:14 am

Freakonomics Radio
Planet Money
This American Life
Marketplace Money

Used to listen to Sound Investing but it got very repetitive after a while...

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