Listen to My Favorite Podkin:
In no particular order (ok...that's a lie...it's alphabetical), these are my favorite podcasts out there. Not all of them are pagan, but all of them are current. I apologize if your favorite podcast isn't on the list, but I try to limit the shows to those that actively put out new episodes on a regular basis and those that I actually listen to regularly. They are as follows:
- Anderson Cooper 360 Podcast - A smart synopsis of the day's most relevant topics with one of today's best - and hottest - journalists. T
- Borealis Meditation - a show about geology and the earth from a pagan who has a Master's in the subject. Funny, extremely smart, and easy to listen to, Kathleen is a treat for the ears.
- Celtic Myth Podshow - This phenomenal show presents the tales and stories of folk Europe.
- Divine Community - An extremely smart show from the unbelievably brilliant Sophia Catherine and her ever-rotating band of co-hosts. You just might see your's truly pop up from time to time.
- Eat My Pagan Ass - Hilarious, irreverent show done by two sassy New Yorkers.
- Genesis Avalon - an ongoing podcast show, akin to a pagan comic book whose hero is like a Celtic Wonder Woman.
- Hot For Words - A brilliant and funny look at the origin of words and phrases.
- Inciting A BrewHaha - My joint show with Velma.
- The Infinite and the Beyond - Chris Orapello is an indispensable addition to the podcasting lineup.
- iPod Witch - The much beloved Brook is a pagan podcast staple.
- Iron Powaqa Radio - Quirky hostess Gillian Chase will instantly captivate you with engaging ideas about green witchery, pagan critters, and how to live a responsible, earth-loving life.
- Lakefront Pagan Voice - Practical, everyday observations on paganism, life, and everything in between.
- Media Astra ac Terra - The name belies this podcast's intellectual altitude. Oraia makes me feel dumb.
- The Moth Podcast - A weekly story (or two) from different story tellers around the country. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, sometimes a bit of both, every story helps make you a little bit more aware of what it means to be human.
- My Brother, My Brother, and Me - one of the funniest podcasts in the known (and unknown) universe. Described as 'an advice show for the modern era.' Please, don't take their advice. Ever. But, if you do, send me pics!
- New World Witchery - hands down one of the best pagan podcasts out there, deals especially with North American Traditional Folk Magic. And jokes. Also, from time to time, they do incredible renditions of folk tales and lore.
- Oh No! Ross & Carrie - A phenomenal podcast from two agnostics who are researching spiritual claims. It's funny, but affectionate and touching.
- The Pagan Homesteader - Rianna Stone does a fun podcast discussing ecological news, tips on green and homesteading living, folk tales, the pros and cons of home schooling, how to set up a homestead, and occasionally stirs the pot with discussions about hot button social issues.
- The Rachel Maddow Show Podcast - My favorite cable news hostess. She's liberal, smart, occasionally controversial, usually sees both sides of an issue, and is always entertaining.
- The Six Pack - a gay podcast from two gay guys about gay topics. Funny, topical, relevant, and extremely entertaining.
- The Suze Orman Show Podcast - A weekly recap of the best financial news and advice from one of today's most prominent
- Under One Moon - A podcast from the always delightful Effy Wild (formerly of Spiritscast & Darker Side of Fey) that marries creativity with spiritual practice.
- Wait...Wait...Don't Tell Me - Hilarious podcast done by National Public Radio, presenting the news in lightning-fast comedic competition.
- Wigglian Way - Considered by many to be the flagship pagan podcast on the interwebs.
- WitchesBrewHaHa - Velma Nightshade is incomparable. So, I had to either hate her because she kicks my butt in the ratings or do a show with her. I chose the latter, though that doesn't mean I don't do the former...
- The Witches' View Podcast - A quirky, topical show hosted by a lovely coven of six witches. I suppose it's what the View would be like if it were hosted by foul-mouthed pagans. Perfection.