Like many web professionals, I listen to a lot of podcasts when I have the time. They generally fall into two categories which cover my interests; tech and music, and so I thought I’d list my current podcasts in case anyone else found them interesting.
Tech/ Web development based podcasts
Full Stack Radio
The Laravel Podcast
The Laravel Podcast brings you Laravel and PHP development news and discussion. The podcast is hosted by Matt Stauffer and regular guests include Taylor Otwell (the creator of Laravel) and Jeffrey Way (the creator of Laracasts).
The Changelog is a member supported blog, weekly newsletter and podcast that covers the intersection of software development and open source. It was launched in November of 2009.
I like The Changelog because the subject changes from podcast to podcast and helps keep me aware of other technologies.
Mage Talk is a Magento-based podcast created by Kalen Jordan and Phillip Jackson. It discusses recent developments in the Magento world and features interviews with people or companies involved with Magento.
The PHP Roundtable
Hosted by Andrew Clarke, Unfinished Business is a podcast based around web design. Frequent interviews and off-topic ramblings (do you have a favorite mug?) make this a fun but informative listen.
Music based podcasts
As an avid Hip-Hop and Funk junkie, WeFunk hits the spot. One of the longest running online radio shows and podcasts, Professor Groove and DJ Static provide two hours of tunes from their huge catalog. I’ve been listening to WeFunk for 10+ years.
Get upfront drum and bass on your mp3 player, hosted by Mr Hospital himself, London Elektricity. Expect interviews, live features from Hospitality and L.E. on the road, dubs straight out of Tony’s box, and all the latest news from the Label!
Conspiracy Worldwide Radio
For the Hip-Hop heads. Containing the latest releases and interviews with those involved in ‘real’ Hip-Hop.
I use player.fm to manage my podcast subscriptions. The reason I chose it is because it works in the browser as well as an app for my phone.