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21 Essential Podcasts To Download Today 1 | Sodajerker On Songwriting One thing you learn from podcasts is that, freed from a cramped radio slot and faced with someone who actually knows a bit about their subject, almost everyone has a fascinating story to tell. Scouse songwriting duo Simon Barber and Brian O'Connor set up Sodajerker just as an excuse to talk to their heroes about what it's like to put songs together. But their natural inquisitiveness brings out the best in legends including Andy Partridge of XTC, Mike Stoller and Johnny Marr, making Sodajerker one of the most unusual and rewarding music podcasts. 2 | Stuff You Should Know There is, let's face it, a hell of a lot of stuff that we should know about but don't. 3 | Real Time With Bill Maher This one, meanwhile, is Have I Got News For You with a metric shitload more swearing plus a little more bite and viciousness than "Gosh, isn't Ed Miliband's voice funny?" 4 | Little Atoms 5 | Le Show With Harry Shearer Some voices were just born for radio. 6 | The Pod Delusion

Podcast | Sodajerker Episode 48 – Rickie Lee Jones Singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones chats with Simon and Brian about the writing of songs like ‘Chuck E’s in Love’, ‘The Last Chance Texaco’, ‘Coolsville’, ‘Weasel and the White Boys Cool’, ‘Skeletons’ and ‘The Evening of My Best Day’. Rickie talks in detail about her approach to constructing lyrical flow, her recent covers album The Devil You Know, and her plans for a new album of original material, which you can now pledge to support. Read more Episode 47 – Linda Thompson British folk singer Linda Thompson joins Simon and Brian to talk about the writing of her new solo album Won’t Be Long Now. Read more Episode 46 – Ron Sexsmith

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The Pod Delusion | A Radio Show & Podcast About Interesting Things Hi gang, After nearly five years, we’ve decided to take a break from our weekly programmes here at The Pod Delusion. The reason for this change is fairly predictable: The two of us (James and Liz) are simply too busy – and are struggling to fit producing an hour of audio every week into a schedule where we also have other voluntary commitments, let alone a need to earn a living! So rather than let the show suffer as a result, we’ve decided the best thing to do is to take a brief pause. To reflect for a brief moment, it has been an incredible half decade. It has been amazing, but like I say, exhausting. We’d obviously like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported the show – there’s far too many contributors to name individually, but without your contributions the show would be nothing. Worry not though – this is very definitely not the end, and is more of a break to catch our breath. In the meantime, you can find me (James) on Twitter, YouTube, and my personal website.

Marketplace from American Public Media: Business, The Economy, Personal Finance, Wall Street and World News Money Girl Laura D. Adams is a personal finance expert and award-winning author of multiple books, including Money Girl's Smart Moves to Grow Rich. She’s frequently quoted in the media and has been featured in NBC News, CBS News, FOX News, FOX Business, CBS Radio, ABC Radio, NPR, USA Today, US News and World Report, Consumer Reports, Kiplinger's, Huffington Post, and many other radio, print, and online outlets. In addition to hosting the top-rated Money Girl podcast, Laura is a writer, speaker, and spokesperson. She has a passion for making money easy to understand. Millions of loyal listeners, readers, and students benefit from her advice. Laura received an MBA from the University of Florida. Awards 2011 Excellence in Financial Literacy Education (EIFLE) Award: "Book of the Year for Adult Money Management" for Money Girl’s Smart Moves to Grow Rich -- Institute for Financial Literacy 2010 Nominee Best Business Podcast -- Podcast Awards 2008 Nominee Best Business Podcast -- Podcast Awards Publications

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