Tuesday, November 30, 2010

New podcasts in October and November 2010 - Anne is a Man

Today I am looking back at two months of podcast reviewing. Normally I summarize monthly, but as many of you must have noticed, I was not consistently at the blog during October and the beginning of November. Fortunately, I got the writing back on track and now the time is due to give a list of feeds that were reviewed for the first time in the past period:

Forum-Network (NPR) (review, site, feed)
Interviews with authors

Interdisciplinary Collaboration Audio (Carnegie Mellon University) (review, site, feed)
Guest lectures at Carnegie Mellon University.

A brief history of mathematics (BBC) (review, site, feed)
In ten easy to digest episodes Marcus du Sautoy introduces us to the history of modern mathematics.

Mercy Podcast (review, site, feed)
Music and Arts podcast coming from Liverpool about artistic life in the city on the Mercy.

Conspiracy Podcast (RTE) (review, site, feed)
History podcast about political trials in Ireland

Some Books Considered (review, site, feed)
Book review podcast.

Center for Near Eastern Studies (review, site, feed)
Lectures at UCLA concerning history and politics of the Middle and Near East.

Kol Hadash (review, site, feed)
Rabbi Adam Chalom's Judaism podcast with a secular streak. Coming from the Humanistic Congregation in Chicago.

The International Institute (review, site, feed)
Lectures at UCLA concerning history and politics.

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