It is so cool to listen to something that is very similar to radio except it's exactly the programming you want and there are no commercials! Heck, ya might even learn something.
Here are some of my favorite podcasts: A Prairie Home Companion's The News From Lake Wobegon (If you never heard Garrison Keilor tell a story, you are missing out.) CD Baby DIY Musician's Podcast (Great stuff about marketing and promotion and the journey as a musician) EM Cast (From Electronic Musician Magazine) Inside Home Recording (Cool recording show) New Yorker: Fiction (Great for long drives in the car - one story equals 60 to 80 miles or so!) Sessions With Slau (More recording stuff - very cool) Sonictalk (And more - this one with a Brit twist to it though there are a couple Yanks) Sonicstate (Video podcast of gear reviews, recording, synths, guitar stuff, studio tours - very well done) Sound On Sound (Along with TapeOp, the best recording/tech mag there is - this is their podcast, again a bit of the Brit) This American Life (NPR's show about things you might never imagine, sometimes interesting and sometimes riveting, with subjects all over the map. Ira does a fine job!)