Podcasts I Listen To

I first discovered podcasts back in 2006. At work, I did a thing and it got recognized, and I was nominated for and won a recognition award for my hard work. Part of that award was an iPod. I had an iPod but it was a Nano, which only held about 2G of stuff, and what I mostly had on it were audiobooks. So here I was suddenly with an iPod Classic with 320G of storage. What would I do with all that storage?

I started slow. I had heard of these “pod-casts” (say it like someone tasting the word for the first time ever), but had no idea what they were. I searched and found something called Skepticality.

At the time, I was very much into the Skeptical community, and when I realized there were podcasts related to it, Skepticality wasn’t the only one, it was just the first of many. Then I discovered Grammar Girl. And not long after that, the obsession — nay, addiction — set in.

These days, when I’m engaged in activities during which writing would be dangerous or at the very least bad for me (driving, showering, working, exercise), I’m usually listening to podcasts. If you don’t know what a podcast is, what time frame have you traveled here from, and how did you find my page? Just kidding. I know podcasts are not necessarily common knowledge.

Podcasts are like radio shows that are recorded and can then be downloaded onto whatever device you like, and then listened to on your own schedule. Or they can be like audiobooks. Or videos. They can be strongly about a single topic or generally about whatever pops into the host(s)’s head(s). They can be entertaining or informative. Or they can be just two guys talking into microphones about nothing (picture Seinfeld, only it’s just Jerry and George or Kramer or Elaine sitting in a room talking for a period of time, and you’re watching / listening).

I listen to so many on so many varied topics that I’ve curated them into smart playlists by podcast, and again by smart playlist for subject matter, and again by smart playlist for length (sometimes I only have 10 minutes, and it’s nice to be able to go to my “< 10 minutes" playlist and go from there). What follows is my list of podcasts I subscribe to by subject matter, organized in the way I prioritize them for listening. And within each subject matter, the sort might change. From time to time. Alphabetic, usually, but don't be surprised if it's something else. :)

I have to tell you this last little bit, because it shows how my brain works. I try to make order out of chaos. Hence these lists. I keep track of them in a spreadsheet, which is how I first noticed that I had a lot of ‘True Crime’ podcasts, and that they needed their own subcategory. But the list on this site was made — painstakingly — by hand. Which meant I never updated it because doing that would take away time I could use writing listening to podcasts.

In a fit of annoyance, I thought, “I wish I had a way to automate the creation of the table!”

And that snide, oh-so-annoying voice in my head said, “Dummy. You’re a software engineer. You design software for a living. Capisce?” (I don’t know why my inner voice speaks with an Italian mobster dialect, but it does. Don’t judge me.)

So, I wrote a little program in C# that takes my Excel spreadsheet (kinda) and generates everything you see below, beginning with the “Podcasts, in order of ‘Importance.'” It counts them for me, arranges all the bold and italic and strike-through and the hovertext. Now I can just regenerate this page whenever I feel like it. And although I spent about twelve hours over the course of two days (Weekend days, I might add!) working on this to the exclusion of all else, it’ll only take about 10 minutes to output the spreadsheet and run the program to generate this page going forward. And 9 minutes 45 seconds of that 10 minutes is saving the individual sheets of the spreadsheet in a form my program can read. :)


Entries will have the following form:

PodcastName {#ArchivedEpisodes} (CreatorIfKnown) [FrequencyIfKnown]

If you see… It means…
An Underlined Title The description of the podcast will pop up in a little window if you hover over it. Give it a try to the left. Hover your mouse over ‘An Underlined Title.’
A Bold Title There is a (often vast) backlog of episodes that I’m listening to to catch up to current. To the right of name is the {number} of episodes in said backlog.
An Italic Title The podcast is ‘complete.’ No new episodes are being produced to my knowledge. There have been podcasts I thought were complete and then a new episode popped up months or even years later.
A Crossed-Out Title The podcast has “faded.” In other words, it just sort of stopped without any sort of announcement, and is probably dead. I still subscribe, just in case.
A Normal Title This is a live podcast, currently in production, and I’m caught up, listening to new episodes as they go live (within a week or so, usually).

And those “stack,” by the way; I could have a bold, struck-out, italic title with an underline. Meaning it faded, was complete (wouldn’t both happen, but hey), but I have a backlog, and you can see the description if you hover.

Podcasts, in order of “importance” (269 total):

  1. Fiction: Audiodrama (42)

    In the Golden Days of radio, a lot of shows were audiodramas. They had music, sound effects, and multiple voice actors. This lost art is coming back, but in the form of podcasts rather than on the radio. These are performances by actors, not just straight readings. The distinguishing feature: ongoing stories.

    • Darkest Night {4} (The Paragon Collective) [Biweekly]
    • Elysium Project, The {8} (Rusty Quill) [Biweekly]
    • Dark Tome {9} (Wondery) [Biweekly]
    • Orphans, The {9} (The Nerdy Show Network) [Biweekly]
    • Terms {9} (Wondery) [Weekly]
    • Disappearance Podcast, The {10} (Partners in Crime Media) [Biweekly]
    • Tunnels, The {10} (Dead Spider Productions) [Biweekly]
    • Star Trek: Lost Frontier {17} (Darker Projects) [Periodically]
    • Hadron Gospel Hour {18} (Hadron Gospel Hour)
    • Box Podcast, The {22} (Lauren Nelson) [Biweekly]
    • Lift, The {27} (9th Story Studios) [Biweekly]
    • Secrets, Crimes & Audiotape {27} (Wondery) [Weekly]
    • Sayer {49} (Adam Bash) [Biweekly]
    • Magnus Archives, The {57} (Rusty Quill) [Weekly]
    • Wolf 359 {59} (Kinda Evil Genius Productions) [Semi-monthly]
    • Once and Future Nerd, The {73} (Glass & Madera) [Semi-monthly]
    • Byron Chronicles, The {85} (Darker Projects) [Periodically]
    • Makeshift Stories {111} (Alan V. Hare) [Biweekly]
    • We’re Alive – A "Zombie" Story of Survival {152} (KC Wayland)
    • Secret World Chronicle, The {155} (Mercedes Lackey) [Periodically]
    • Alice Isn’t Dead (Night Vale Presents) [Biweekly]
    • Archive 81 (Dead Signals) [Biweekly]
    • ars PARADOXICA (ars Paradoxica) [Biweekly]
    • Black Tapes, The (Minnow Beats Whale) [Biweekly]
    • Bright Sessions, The (Lauren Shippen) [Biweekly]
    • Chris Lester’s Patreon Feed (Chris Lester) [Weekly]
    • Deep Vault, The (Dead Signals) [Biweekly]
    • Lauren Shippen’s Patreon Feed (Lauren Shippen) [Periodically]
    • Leviathan Chronicles, The (Christoff Laputka)
    • LifeAfter (Slate Magazine) [Weekly]
    • Limetown (Two-Up Productions) [Biweekly]
    • Metamor City Podcast, The (Chris Lester) [Weekly]
    • Orbiting Human Circus (of the Air), The (Night Vale Presents) [Biweekly]
    • RABBITS (Minnow Beats Whale) [Weekly]
    • Raven and the Writing Desk, The (Chris Lester) [Weekly]
    • Rude Alchemy [Monthly]
    • Small Town Horror (Jon Grilz) [Biweekly]
    • Stoney Creek
    • Tanis (Minnow Beats Whale) [Biweekly]
    • Unreliable Narrators: E’Ville [Weekly]
    • Welcome to Night Vale (Night Vale Presents) [Semi-monthly]
    • Within the Wires (Night Vale Presents) [Biweekly]
  2. Fiction (31)

    A single, contained (shorter – drabble, flash, short stories, novelettes, and novellas) story in a single episode, whether that be 5 minutes or 3 hours. Usually read by one person, and without music or sound effects. Just a good, old-fashioned reading of a story.

    • WordPunk / Dark Fiction Magazine {6} (Dark Fiction Magazine)
    • Knifepoint Horror {25} (Soren Narnia)
    • GlitterShip {27} (Glittership) [Weekly]
    • Journey Into… {40} (Marshal Latham)
    • Variant Frequencies {40} (Rick Stringer) [Monthly]
    • Overcast, The {45} (The Overcast) [Semi-monthly]
    • Nightmare Magazine {58} (Nightmare Magazine) [Semi-monthly]
    • Serving Worlds {58} (John Mierau)
    • Protecting Project Pulp {73} (District of Wonders)
    • Wily Writers Speculative Fiction Audio Stories {82} (Wily Writers)
    • Lightspeed Magazine {96} (Lightspeed Magazine) [Weekly]
    • Wicked Library, The {132} (9th Story Studios) [Biweekly]
    • Beneath Ceaseless Skies Audio Fiction Podcasts {170} (Beneath Ceaseless Skies) [Weekly]
    • Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine, The {189} (Rish Outfield, Big Anklevich) [Periodically]
    • H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast, The {225} (Chris Lackey & Chad Fifer) [Monthly]
    • Strange Horizons {279} (Strange Horizons Magazine) [Weekly]
    • Voice of Free Planet X, The {299} (Jared Axelrod) [Weekly]
    • Clarkesworld Magazine – Science Fiction & Fantasy {361} (Clarkesworld) [Weekly]
    • Flash Pulp {469} (J. R. D. Skinner) [Weekly]
    • 19 Nocturne Boulevard {570} (Julie Hoverson) [Periodically]
    • Radio Mystery Theater {694} (CBSRMT) [Daily]
    • Apex Magazine Podcast (Apex Magazine) [Monthly]
    • Cast of Wonders (Escape Artists) [Weekly]
    • Escape Pod (Escape Artists) [Weekly]
    • Fantasy Magazine (Fantasy Magazine) [Periodically]
    • Moonlit Road Podcast, The (The Moonlit Road)
    • Nature Podcast (Futures) (Nature Publishing Group) [Monthly]
    • Night Fears (Dark Myths) [Periodically]
    • PodCastle (Escape Artists) [Weekly]
    • Pseudopod (Escape Artists) [Weekly]
    • Toasted Cake (Tina Connolly)
  3. Fiction: Anthology (12)

    Two or more stories (often both poetry and prose) in many episodes, sometimes accompanied by commentary, review, opinion, or discussion pieces by the host(s). Still just readings, but kind of like an audio magazine instead of an audiobook.

    • Chilling Tales for Dark Nights {20} [Weekly]
    • Seminar {53} (Pendant Productions) [Monthly]
    • Crime City Central {70} (District of Wonders) [Weekly]
    • Far Fetched Fables {128} (District of Wonders) [Weekly]
    • NoSleep Podcast, The {134} (The Paragon Collective) [Weekly]
    • Tales to Terrify {226} (District of Wonders) [Weekly]
    • DrabbleCast, The {251} (Norm Sherman) [Periodically]
    • StarShipSofa {416} (District of Wonders) [Weekly]
    • Kaleidocast [Semi-monthly]
    • Simply Scary Podcast, The (Chilling Entertainment) [Weekly]
    • Uncanny County (Todd Faulkner and Alison Crane) [Monthly]
    • Uncanny Magazine Podcast (Uncanny Magazine) [Semi-monthly]
  4. Fiction: Audiobooks (29)

    Generally a single reader reading a long-form piece (novel or a long novella) over numerous episodes. Occasionally also done as a full-cast recording with music and sound effects: an audio ‘movie,’ as it were. Each short episode will have the podcast’s intro and outro section, so it’s less like an audiobook in that respect. Sometimes includes Q&A episodes or other commentary from the author.

    • 7th Son Book 0: 7 Days {7} (J. C. Hutchins)
    • Marco and the Red Granny (Mur Lafferty)
    • Eden (Phil Rossi)
    • Personal Effects: Sword of Blood (J. C. Hutchins)
    • Afterlife 4: Wasteland (Mur Lafferty)
    • Space Casey: Season 2 {10} (Christiana Ellis)
    • Takeover, The (Mur Lafferty)
    • Afterlife 1: Heaven (Mur Lafferty)
    • Afterlife 2: Hell (Mur Lafferty)
    • Afterlife 3: Earth (Mur Lafferty)
    • Space Casey: Season 1 {12} (Christiana Ellis)
    • Playing for Keeps (Mur Lafferty)
    • Afterlife 5: War (Mur Lafferty)
    • Sense Memory {20} (Brion J. Humphrey)
    • Silk Code, The (Paul Levinson)
    • 7th Son Book 3: Destruction {23} (J. C. Hutchins)
    • Daughter of the Sun (Lonnie Ezell)
    • Interference {24} (Eric Luke)
    • Nina Kimberly the Merciless {25} (Christiana Ellis)
    • 7th Son Book 1: Descent {26} (J. C. Hutchins)
    • Crescent (Phil Rossi)
    • Down from Ten {30} (J. Daniel Sawyer)
    • Shadowmagic 1: Shadowmagic (John Lenahan)
    • 7th Son Book 2: Deceit {37} (J. C. Hutchins)
    • Ancestor (Scott Sigler)
    • Murder at Avedon Hill (P. G. Holyfield)
    • Shadowmagic 2: The Prince of Hazel & Oak (John Lenahan)
    • Underwood and Flinch: A Vampire Novel (Mike Bennett)
    • Tincture, a Weird West Trilogy {49} (Matthew D. Jordan)
  5. Education (37)

    The primary purpose of an episode is to impart knowledge or teach the listener something. Often done in an entertaining way, so a number of these move back and forth between this category and either the ‘Entertainment,’ ‘Science,’ or ‘Writing’ categories.

    • Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History {10} (Dan Carlin)
    • History of Islam, The {14} (Elias Belhaddad) [Weekly]
    • Folklore Podcast, The {16} (Mark Norman) [Biweekly]
    • Freakonomics Radio {51} (WYNC, NPR) [Weekly]
    • You Are Not So Smart {57} (Boing Boing) [Weekly]
    • Podcast History of Our World, The {71} (Rob Monaco)
    • Myths and Legends {92} (Jason Weiser) [Weekly]
    • Tolkien Professor, The {314} (Corey Olsen) [Periodically]
    • Aaron’s World
    • Astonishing Legends (Dark Myths) [Biweekly]
    • Books and Ideas (Dr. Ginger Campbell) [Periodically]
    • Everyday Einstein’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Making Sense of Science (Quick and Dirty Tips) [Weekly]
    • FiveThirtyEight Politics (ESPN) [Weekly]
    • Flash Forward (Boing Boing)
    • Get-It-Done Guy’s Quick and Dirty Tips to Work Less and Do More (Quick and Dirty Tips) [Weekly]
    • Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing (Quick and Dirty Tips) [Weekly]
    • History of English Podcast, The (Kevin Stroud) [Weekly]
    • House Call Doctor’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Taking Charge of Your Health (Quick and Dirty Tips) [Weekly]
    • I Hate My Boss (Wondery) [Biweekly]
    • Kevin Stroud Patreon Feed (Kevin Stroud) [Periodically]
    • Math Dude’s Quick and Dirty Tips to Make Math Easier, The (Quick and Dirty Tips) [Weekly]
    • Math Mutation (Erik Seligman) [Periodically]
    • Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Day (Merriam-Webster) [Daily]
    • Mythology Podcast, The (Dark Myths)
    • No Dumb Questions [Weekly]
    • NPR Politics Podcast (NPR)
    • Nutrition Diva’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous (Quick and Dirty Tips) [Weekly]
    • Our Fake History (Dark Myths)
    • Public Speaker’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Improving Your Communication Skills, The (Quick and Dirty Tips) [Weekly]
    • Reasonably Sound (Radiotopia) [Periodically]
    • Savvy Psychologist’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health, The (Quick and Dirty Tips) [Weekly]
    • Silly Linguistics (Rolf Weimar) [Monthly]
    • Singing Bones (Dark Myths) [Semi-monthly]
    • Slate Presents Lexicon Valley (Slate) [Weekly]
    • Unknown History with Giles Milton (Quick and Dirty Tips) [Weekly]
    • Way With Words, A (Wayword LLC) [Weekly]
    • Words for Granted (Ray Belli) [Biweekly]
  6. Writing (38)

    The primary purpose of these podcasts is to teach writing concepts, discuss writing topics, or in some way to encourage the listener to write.

    • SF Signal {15} (sfsignal.com)
    • Eating the Fantastic {21} (Scott Edelman) [Weekly]
    • Narrative Breakdown, The {43} (Cheryl Klein and James Monohan) [Monthly]
    • Imaginary Worlds {46} (Eric Molinsky) [Biweekly]
    • Authorcast {51} (Alan Baxter and David Wood) [Monthly]
    • Writership Podcast Editing Tips for Fiction Authors, The {54} (Leslie Watts, Clark Chamberlain) [Weekly]
    • Horror Writers Podcast, The {63} (J. Thorn)
    • Story Grid {67} (Shawn Coyne, Tim Grahl) [Weekly]
    • Melting Potcast, The {82} (A. F. Grappin) [Monthly]
    • Hide and Create {83} (Jordan Ellinger, Debbie Viguie, Michael J Sullivan, Joshua Essoe) [Weekly]
    • Author Biz, The {89} (Stephen Campbell) [Weekly]
    • Odyssey SF/F Writing Workshop {93} (Odyssey SF/F Writing Workshop) [Monthly]
    • Science Fiction & Fantasy Marketing {113} (Lindsay Buroker, Jeffrey Poole, Joseph R Lallo) [Weekly]
    • 19 Nocturne Boulevard: Blog {177} (Julie Hoverson) [Periodically]
    • Geeks’ Guide to the Galaxy {235} (David Barr Kirtley) [Weekly]
    • Dead Robots’ Society {413} [Weekly]
    • Social Media for Authors (Suzi Dafnis, Cat Matson) [Semi-monthly]
    • 10 Minute Writer’s Workshop (New Hampshire Public Radio) [Semi-monthly]
    • Adventures of Sci-Fi Publishing (Brent Bowen)
    • Cooking the Books (Fran Wilde) [Periodically]
    • Creative Penn, The (Joanna Penn) [Weekly]
    • Crucible of Realms (Jim Ryan)
    • Ditch Diggers (Mur Lafferty, Matt Wallace)
    • Early Draft (Chris Brosnahan)
    • Every Day Novelist, The (J. Daniel Sawyer) [Daily]
    • Flash Pulp: Flash Cast (J. R. D. Skinner) [Weekly]
    • I Should Be Writing (Mur Lafferty) [Periodically]
    • Joanna Penn’s Patreon Feed (Joanna Penn) [Periodically]
    • Mad Writers Union (Tim Boerger, Nina Niskanen, Jay Wolf) [Weekly]
    • Mur Lafferty Patreon Feed (Mur Lafferty) [Periodically]
    • Roundtable Podcast, The (Dave Robison) [Monthly]
    • SciFi Ideas
    • Secrets Podcast for Writers, The (Michael Stackpole)
    • SF SqueeCast (Elizabeth Bear, Paul Cornell, Seanan McGuire, Lynne M. Thomas, Catherynne M. Valente)
    • Taylor Stevens Show, The (Taylor Stevens, Stephen Campbell) [Weekly]
    • Tea & Jeopardy (Emma Newman)
    • Unreliable Narrators (Christopher Cornell, Chia Evers, George Galuschak, Cath Schaff-Stump) [Weekly]
    • Writing Excuses (Dragonsteel) [Weekly]
  7. Entertainment (34)

    The primary purpose of an episode is to entertain the listener. The line can get very blurry between ‘Education’ and ‘Entertainment,’ sometimes.

    • Benjamen Walker’s Theory of Everything {35} (Radiotopia) [Semi-monthly]
    • EphemRadio {41} (Ephemeral Rift) [Weekly]
    • Memory Palace, The {87} (Radiotopia) [Periodically]
    • 99% Invisible {92} (Radiotopia) [Weekly]
    • No Such Thing as a Fish {94} (Audioboom)
    • Dunesteef That Gets My Goat {149} (Rish Outfield & Big Anklevich) [Periodically]
    • Inquiring Minds {153} (CSICOP?) [Weekly]
    • Thrilling Adventure Hour {269} (Nerdist Industries) [Weekly]
    • Story Collider, The {316} [Weekly]
    • Bugle, The {344} (Radiotopia) [Weekly]
    • 2 Dope Queens (WYNC Studios, NPR) [Weekly]
    • Allusionist, The (Radiotopia) [Weekly]
    • Arkham Sanitarium (Ephemeral Rift) [Biweekly]
    • Artifexian (Edgar Grunewald & Bill McGrath)
    • Ask Me Another (NPR) [Weekly]
    • Bitter Pill Podcast, The (Rob Dyke, Cayleigh Elise)
    • Cortex (Relay FM)
    • Ear Biscuits (Rhett & Link)
    • Geologic Podcast (George Hrab) [Weekly]
    • Girl on Guy with Aisha Tyler (Aisha Tyler) [Weekly]
    • Hello Internet (Brady Haran, CGP Grey)
    • Hidden Brain (NPR) [Weekly]
    • How To Do Everything (NPR) [Weekly]
    • Invisibilia (NPR)
    • Lore (Aaron Mahnke) [Biweekly]
    • Memories of the FutureCast (Wil Wheaton)
    • Radio Free Burrito (Wil Wheaton) [Periodically]
    • RadioLab (NPR) [Semi-monthly]
    • Radiolab Presents: More Perfect (NPR) [Periodically]
    • Rumor Flies (Dark Myths) [Semi-monthly]
    • SupDaily Dose, The (Chris Thompson) [Periodically]
    • Tell Me Something I Don’t Know (NPR) [Weekly]
    • Think Again (Big Think) [Weekly]
    • Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! (NPR) [Weekly]
  8. True Crime, Mystery, Weird (21)

    I realized I had a number of podcasts on my feed all dealing with true crime, mysteries, or just ‘weird’ topics in general. I created this group as a place to put them all, even if they’re not obviously related.

    • In the Dark {8} (APM Reports) [Weekly]
    • Hollywood & Crime {12} (Wondery) [Weekly]
    • Found {19} (Wondery) [Biweekly]
    • Already Gone {23} (AudioBoom) [Weekly]
    • Secret Room, The {28} (At Will Radio) [Weekly]
    • Strange Matters {31} (Dark Myths) [Weekly]
    • Casefile True Crime {42} [Weekly]
    • Trail Went Cold, The {45} (Robin Warder) [Weekly]
    • FBI Retired Case File Review {61} (Jerri Williams) [Weekly]
    • Sword and Scale {80} (Wondery) [Weekly]
    • True Crime Garage {83} [Weekly]
    • True Crime Historian {115} (AudioBoom)
    • Thinking Sideways {190} (Art19) [Weekly]
    • Brutal Ends (Dark Myths)
    • Crime & Precedents (Lisa Strawn)
    • Criminal (Radiotopia)
    • Mind of a Murderer Podcast, The (Discovery Communications)
    • Night Time Podcast, The (Dark Myths)
    • Serial (WBEZ, This American Life)
    • Someone Knows Something (CBC Radio)
    • Unexplained (Dark Myths) [Biweekly]
  9. Science (17)

    The first few podcasts I ever listened to were science- or skepticism-related. I lump them together because, to me, they are inextricably bound. I have far fewer podcasts in this category because they started to repeat one another, and . . . Frankly, it was a lot of preaching to the choir. The few I still really enjoy are here.

    • Science Vs. {10} (Gimlet Media) [Weekly]
    • Nature Podcast {37} (Nature Magazine) [Weekly]
    • Archaelogical Fantasies {53} (The Archaeology Podcast Network) [Semi-monthly]
    • Dr. Karl on triplej {77} (ABC Science) [Weekly]
    • Science…Sort Of {266} (Brachiolope Media Network) [Periodically]
    • 60-Second Science (Scientific American) [Daily]
    • Astronomy Cast (Wizzard Media) [Weekly]
    • Brain Science (Dr. Ginger Campbell)
    • MonsterTalk (Skeptic Magazine) [Monthly]
    • Oh No Ross and Carrie (Maximum Fun) [Monthly]
    • Science Talk (Scientific American) [Weekly]
    • Skeptic Zone, The [Weekly]
    • Skepticality (Skeptic Magazine) [Weekly]
    • Skeptics’ Guide 5×5
    • Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe (SGU Productions) [Weekly]
    • Skeptoid (Brian Dunning) [Weekly]
    • Titanium Physicists Podcast, The (Brachiolope Media Network) [Periodically]
  10. Video (8)

    Almost all of my podcasts are audio only. These few involve high-definition video, and all of them are scientific in nature except one, and it’s just for fun.

    • Beautiful Universe: Chandra in HD, The (NASA) [Weekly]
    • ESOCast HD (ESO) [Weekly]
    • HD – NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA) [Weekly]
    • inFact with Brian Dunning (Brian Dunning)
    • IRrelevant Astronomy HD (NASA)
    • Mr. Deity (Brian Kieth Dalton)
    • NASA ScienceCasts (NASA) [Weekly]
    • Scam School (TestTube) [Weekly]

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