The bulk of this page is a list of podcast RSS feeds. Links with the
text are the RSS podcast links that have audio RSS enclosures (typically *.mp3), that your podcatcher software should find. With firefox, these links should render in a friendly way, as “live bookmarks”.
Here are all these podcast RSS feeds in one textfile. This same list is also shown later in this page, but along with comments for for some of the feeds.
RSS Podcast Feed List Starts Below:
Actual podcast RSS feeds have the text “:pcfeed:” on the right.
Possibly on a google “banned/fake news” list. Trying it out - Nov 2017.
Good effort, they are learning, I hope …
Good, but a bit dry.
trying on Tue 11 Dec 2018
Trying out sott.net on Sat 24 Feb 2018.
Trying out Vergecast Tue 30 Oct 2018.
trying out logosmedia Fri 07 Dec 2018
Trying mayfirst out on Mon 18 Jun 2018.
Tryingout americanfreepress on Sun 07 Oct 2018.
trying on Thu 23 Aug 2018
Trying SingularityBlog out Tue 10 Jul 2018.
Trying out wearechange.org on Fri 22 Jun 2018.
Trying out venezuelanalysis on Tue 27 Feb 2018
added on Wed 18 Jul 2018
One show is “boiler room”. Is ‘out of central Texas’
Trying out john 20zerzan Fri 02 Mar 2018
testing out on Wed 08 Nov 2017
testing out on Wed 08 Nov 2017
Rank-and-file democracy, Working class politics, Bargaining for solidarity
Micky Huff, Peter Phillips
I get a large number podcasts from the radio4all.net “front page link”. The challenge: there is a substantial amount of stuff I do not want to see. It is worth it though, because you are constantly exposed to new authors, ie new podcasts.
You can develop your own approach to filtering out the chaff based on seeing patterns in the URLs.
A few radio4all.net shows: tucradio, Phil Taylor, 911 Wakeup-up call for ex.
Progressive, not too radical, non marxist (I think) economist.
Peter Adamson, Professor of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and at King’s College London, takes listeners through the history of philosophy, “without any gaps”. https://www.historyofphilosophy.net
Peter Adamson teams up with Jonardon Ganeri and Chike Jeffers to represent the philosophical traditions of India, Africa and the African diaspora. Website: https://www.historyofphilosophy.net.
Gary Null’s best show.
A bit dry/expressionless, but fairly professional, and complete.
This couple from USA now live in France. Economic/political analysis. Anti big bank, pro bitcoin, pro Michael Hudsun.
Wonderful series by Madison WI author Mike Duncan, on revolutions starting ~1500, covering UK, France, Spain, North and South America.
Find myself listing to KPFA’s againstthegrain several times/week.
As Congress faces such burning issues as healthcare, global warming and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Pacifica’s Mitch Jesserich hosts ‘Letters and Politics’ a look at national politics from a progressive perspective.
Webster G Tarpley :pcfeed:
New show typically available Saturday about 7pm. Brilliant historian. High ego, strongly opinionated FDR/Dirgist; practical catholic.
Short, about 5 min, but good.
She now has a paid service ‘Newsbud’, but may occasionally post free stuff here.
Mainstream, but sometimes good.
by Michael Bazzell & Justin Carroll
Complete Privacy & Security Podcast :pcfeed:
Can be great, sometimes too mainstream.
IRC id is “marxistvegan”; Stephen Mahood was with fsf in Boston. Is involved in a tech coop.
Sun 08 Oct 2017: Trying out. Peter B Collins show referred me.
Media criticism. Trying out Sun 08 Oct 2017.
Daily show. Just slightly left of center democrat (pro Hillary). 90 min of routy news/commentary, out of NorthWestern University, Evanston IL.
‘Advanced Search returning JSON, XML, and more’ section
Query: <<<< FILLIN!!! ``` Starter example Query: mediatype:(audio) AND ( (Robert Owen Paxton) OR (John Remington Graham) OR (Mark Lane) OR (Market abolitionism) OR (Umberto Pascali) ) Resulting URL on Mon 27 Aug 2018:
https://archive.org/advancedsearch.php?q=mediatype%3A%28audio%29+AND+%28+%28Robert+Owen+Paxton%29+OR+%28John+Remington+Graham%29+OR+%28Mark+Lane%29+OR+%28Market+abolitionism%29+OR++%28Umberto+Pascali%29+%29&fl%5B%5D=identifier&sort%5B%5D=&sort%5B%5D=&sort%5B%5D=&rows=50&page=1&callback=callback&output=rss#raw # + == <space> %28 is ( For some reason, for some (long?) queries the URLs have %28%29 for ().
``` * deselect XML … save to file * select ‘RSS format’ * leave ‘fields to return’ on default == identifier /it is ignored/ * run search * Yank current URL for RSS feed /ie ‘y’ in vimporator /, save it in this file. * Validate your hits
((Wayne Madsen) OR (Paul Craig Roberts) OR (Cynthia McKinney) OR (Peter Dale Scott) OR (David Talbot) OR (Lance deHaven-Smith) OR (Operation Mockingbird) OR (Barb Honegger) ) AND mediatype:(audio)
((Thomas Greco) OR (Federal Reserve) OR (public banking) OR (openmoney) OR (fractional reserve)) AND mediatype:(audio)
mediatype:(audio) AND ((Kevin Barrett) OR Fetzer )
mediatype:(audio) AND ((Robert Owen Paxton) OR (John Remington Graham) OR (J. Michael Springmann) OR (Richard M Stallman) OR (Mark Lane) OR (Market abolitionism) OR (Umberto Pascali))
mediatype:(audio) AND ((employment law) OR (wrongful dismissal) OR (privacy rights) OR (exempt employees overtime))
mediatype:(audio) AND ( (Susan Lindauer) OR (deep state) OR radioopensource OR (David Graeber) (falseflag) OR (false flag) OR (William Blum) OR (Webster Tarpley) OR (Kevin Barrett) OR Fetzer OR 911truth OR (tax wall street party) OR (voting fraud) OR (Kathy Kelly) )
Modern Money Theory. UMKC Stephanie has podcasts still, but new new ones for several years (as of Sun 11 Jun 2017).
Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill. A bit too “democratic party” for me.
“Philip Guo is an assistant professor of Cognitive Science and an affiliate assistant professor of Computer Science and Engineering at UC San Diego. His research spans human-computer interaction, online learning, and computing education.”
Occasional, about once a month.
Software developer, Dave Winer. Short 10 min very off the cuff simple 0$ budget podcasts. Mostly software, but no topic is off limits.
Actual credit for the invention of the podcasting model goes to Dave Winer. Software developer Winer helped create Really Simple Syndication (RSS) — a basic web feed simplifying the process of subscribing to websites and other online media. He used RSS to deliver his audio program, Morning Coffee Notes, just a day before Curry’s program debuted.
noliesradio.org no longer publishing hardly any free feeds, as of March 2016.
Ed Asner sponsors, lots of great shows, must listen:
radio ecoshock Kevin Barrett guns and butter cindy shehans soapbox project censored boiling frogs economic teach ins
Technical, about databases, and data analysis.
Mike Palecek. Trying, Tue 27 Jun 2017 …
Chicago Independent Media Center
theamphour.com found from: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=15537513
The Food Chain is an audience-interactive newstalk radio program that airs live on Saturdays from 9am to 10am Pacific time. The Food Chain, which has been named the Ag/News Show of the Year by California’s legislature, is hosted by Michael Olson, author of the Ben Franklin Book of the Year award-winning MetroFarm, a 576-page guide to metropolitan agriculture.
His youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/JordanPetersonVideos
Added Fri 16 Jun 2017, just checking them out.
Added Thu 15 Jun 2017, just checking them out
Added Tue 11 Sep 2018, trying out:
Added Fri 14 Sep 2018, trying out: