1A from WAMU by way of NPR. Host Joshua Johnson has crisp voice and incisive ear for the news.
AM Joy with Joy Reid, is interesting, especially for an MSNBC program, in that most every panel seems include to include a conservative speaker.
Apologia after an invigorating run that started in 2006, the show was quiet for quite a while. Lately host Zachary Moore has rebranded the podcast as "a friendly forum for faith and doubt" and it's working.
Monster Talk, The Science Show About Monsters, is alway great fun. Blake Smith and Dr. Karen Stollznow remain skeptical yet affable hosts.
On the Media offers a weekly analysis of how the media covers the news.
Rationally Speaking has not been the same since Massimo Piggliuci left, but Julia Galef is finding her voice and making the show her own.
Stoic Meditations with Massimo Pigliucci offers a daily contemplation drawn from Greek and Roman stoic philosophers.
The Broken Book Bible Podcast delivers the decidedly non-orthodox views of hosts Sam McConnell and Amanda Hays. They love their bible, but they probably don't read it like you do.
Unbelievable? With Justin Brierley, is a weekly pleasure for this non-believer.
You Are Not so Smart is a labor of love produced by the very smart David McRaney.