It has been seven month since my last podcast list. I still walk to work and back, each trip taking maybe half an hour. I enjoy listening to podcasts while I walk.
- The Canon Puncture Show – I still like the show. The Game Advocates episodes have inspired me to push for certain games in our all systems considered biweekly group. :heart:
- Chronicles – I’m still listening to this Pathfinder discussion, review and interviews show. Episodes are around 4h long, which is terrifying. Once I start listening to an episode, that’s not a problem. I just continue listening where I left off. But I must confess that it scares me off when I haven’t listened to them in a while. The spoilerific section is always elicits mixed feelings: Should I skip it and hope that GM James runs it for us? Or should I keep listening? I also happen to think that podcast hosts should use their real names and not some forum nicknames.
- Fear the Boot – I’m still not sure what attracts me to the podcast. I keep listening anyway. :heart:
- The History of Rome – I haven’t listened to the podcast in a long time. There are 26 episodes queued up.
- In Our Time – This continues to be the most awesome mix of science, philosophy and history. ☆
- Material World – I’m not too happy with it, but not unhappy enough to stop listening.
- Norman Centuries – I love these, even though episodes are rare and short. ☆
- Roll For Initiative – I’m starting to loose interest in old school D&D podcasts. I can’t really say why. It’s just not as captivating. Not funny enough? Not informative enough? Not short enough? I’d try producing shorter episodes, maybe.
- RPG Circus – Still an interesting mix of topics. I guess the inherent tension of having old school, 4E, and Rifts on the podcast keeps me interested.
- Save or Die – Similar to the RFI podcast, I find that my interest is waning. I’d love to provide some advice, but I don’t have any. Perhaps explore new territory: This is what happened in our last game, this is how we resolved it, use these examples of play as starting points for a discussion of rules, monsters, and magic items? That would provide some insight into the various modes of play for old school play.
- Sounds! – Eclectic music, Swiss radio. Win. ☆
- Thinking Allowed – Social science good. But I haven’t listened to it in a while.
- 2d6 Feet in a Random Direction – I like their discussion of products, their retail perspective, and the tension between old and new school.
- 3.5 Private Sanctuary – D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder RPG win. (Currently on hiatus!) ☆
Any podcasts you are listening to you’d like to recommend?
I’d also like to promote the One Page Dungeon Contest 2011 via podcasts. Should I just mail a host for each of the RPG shows I enjoy and ask them?
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