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You can google each of these or find them on iTunes. (Linking each individually would take more time than I am willing to take, and a lot of them automatically reroute to iTunes anyway. ETA–okay, so I decided to link them…but it will take a while to do all of them…) By the way, if you don’t have it, I highly recommend downloading iTunes, as there are gazillions of free things to listen to in their podcast section and their iTunes U is an amazing resource of free learning on the web–I have barely scratched the surface of the iTunes U section, and I will spend some more time exploring that later.

Absolutely Intercultural
ANTH 1010: Social/Cultural Anthropology
Asian American/Asian Research Institute, CUNY
Center for Internet and Society
The Korea Society
The World in Words
Definitely Not The Opera
CBC: The Link

The Accidental Creative
Boxes and Arrows Podcast
Design Matters
Metropolis Magazine
Type Radio
Simplexity of Design
Design Critique: Products for People
Design for the Real World
Logo Design
Home and Garden TV
Feng Shui Your Way

APM: The Splendid Table
Chef’s Series
Cook’s Illustrated Video Podcast
Epicurious: Food and Drink
The Food Geek Podcast
Free Culinary School Podcast
Good Home Cooking
NPR: Food Podcast
NPR: Hidden Kitchens Podcast
NPR: Kitchen Window Podcast
Start Cooking Video
Stump the Chef
Jamie’s Ministry of Food
Food Science

Arlene Tats and Knits
At the Yarn Shop
Bean Knits and Spins
Belle of the Ball Podcast
Getting Loopy!
The Knitgrrl Show
Cast On
Changelings Knit and Stitch Podcast
Christa Knits Podcast
The Continental
CRAFT Magazine Podcast
Crafty Chica Podcast
CRL with Vickie Howell
Diva Knitting Podcast
DIY Style Vodcasts
Dyeing to Knit
Faery Knitting
The FiberCast
Filmandfiber’s Podcast
Gwendolyn’s Gifts
Insubordiknit Podcast
Irie Knits
It’s a Purl, Man Podcast
JustLindaOnline Knitting
Knaked Knits
Knit Obsession with zknits
Knit Picks’ Podcast
Knit Science
Knit Sibs
Knit Together
Knitmoregirls’ Podcast
The Knitter’s Wading Pool
Knitters Uncensored
The Knitting Cook
Knitting News Cast
Knitting Psychos
Knitting Rose
Knittingatnight’s Podcast
Knitty D and the City
Knitty Nora’s Knitting Natter
Let’s Knit Together
Limenviolet’s Podcast
Lixie Knits It
The Manic Purl Podcast
Miss Flip Knits
Pixie Purls Podcast
Pointy Sticks
Purl Diving
She-Knits Podcast: The Knitting Circle
Sleepy Eyes Knits
Socks in the City
Stash and Burn
Sticks and String Podcast
Stitch It!
Stitch Stud and His Bride
Sweaters for Dragons Podcast
The CraftyWoman’s Podcast
Unhinged Knitter
Y KNIT: Genetically Speaking
Y2Knit PODconnection
Yarn Thing: Crochet and Knitting
Crochet Unraveled
The Crochet Side
Never Not Knitting
Sock Tart
The High Fiber Diet
Knit Naturally
Knit Spirit
A Very Palpable Knit
Knitting Time Together
Knit Views

Asian Pop Radio Podcast
Magnatune Baroque Podcast
Cello Journey
Cello Podcast
Magnatune Cello Podcast
Celtic Folk Podcast
Magnatune Eastern Voices Podcast
Magnatune Folk Podcast
Magnatune Indian Podcast
Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
JPopcast Show
Magnatune Medieval Podcast
Magnatune Renaissance Podcast
Simply Cello!
Studio 590
Yamaha String Instrument Podcasts
Beethoven Nine in 9

Ask a Ninja
Chub Creek Podcast
Giant Robot Podcast
Quirky Nomads
Vinyl Cafe Stories

Best Practices: Staff Development on the Go!
CALPER Podcast Series
Cactus TEFL Podcast
CERCLL Lectures
DIIA Teaching and Learning Podcast
ELT Podcast: The Teachers’ Lounge
ESL Edgycation
ESL Etc.
ESL Teacher Talk
IDC TV: Instructional Design Center
Insights into TEFL
K12Online07 Audio Podcasts
K12Online08 Audio Podcasts
L&T Newsletter
The Learning Theory Podcast
The Linguist: Learn Languages Online
PD Resources: ESOL
Save the Teacher! Podcast
School of Languages, Sabanci University
Teachers at Risk
Columbia University TESOL-Applied Linguistics Podcasts
Teachers TV
Teaching and Learning Podcast
Teaching for the Future
TESOL Presidential Podcast
TESOL Talk from Nottingham
Center for Teaching Excellence Podcasts
University Teaching Podcast
UWTV: K-12 & Education
Yale International, Center for Language Study
Social and Emotional Learning
Cool Cat Teacher
Teaching Strategies for the Everyday Teacher
The Teachers’ Podcast
The Secret to Teaching
Podcasts for Educators
David Warlick Connect Learning
Bit by Bit
Moving at the Speed of Creativity

Philosophy and Thought
Big Ideas
Books and Ideas Podcast
The Brain Science Podcast
Quirks & Quarks
Engines of Our Ingenuity Podcast
Henry David Thoreau: Selected Poems
In Our Time
LibriVox New Releases
Linguistics Lectures
Nature’s Lead
Philosopher’s Zone
Philosophy Bites
The Philosophy Podcast
Philosophy: The Classics
The Long Now: Seminars about Long Term Thinking
Thinking Allowed
Thinking Out Loud
Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head
Unfettered Questions
Prof. Richard Gregory Neuroscience Lectures
Prof. Sir Michael Rutter Neuroscience Lectures
Prof. Uta Frith Neuroscience Lectures
Dave’s Quotes
World Books
Science and Creativity
The Word Nerds
CBC: The Best of Ideas
How to Think about Science
CBC: Spark
CBC: Between the Covers
CBC: Tapestry
CBC: Writers and Company
CBC: The Next Chapter
Search Engine
Canadian Voices
Here on Earth Podcast
A Way with Words
Princeton University Podcasts
University of British Columbia Podcasts
Yale University
University of Nottingham
Ethics Bites

Relationships and Psychology
Building Relationships
Between You and Me
Coaching the Life Coach
Conscious Relationship Seminars
Counselling Techniqes for Speech-Language Pathologists
Extraordinary Relationships Podcast
The Humanity Podcast
Joy of Living Creatively
Just for Women
Life Habits
Living Dialogues
Psych 140: Developmental Psychology
Purpose-Centered Life
Radical NLP
Relationship Matters
Relationship Talk Podcast
Sex. Love and Intimacy
Tai Chi for Well-Being
The Tai Chi Power Hour Podcasts
Aha Moments
CCL Leading Effectively
Open Wide
Conversations with Friends
Conversations with the Masters
Voices of Wisdom
Intuition into Action
The Ethicist
The Rational Basis of Happiness

Diet for a Hungry Planet
City Talks: Building Better Cities
Cooking Up a Story
David Suzuki Foundation Weekly Podcast
Deconstructing Dinner
GreenTalk Radio
Hands On Podcast Podcast
Living Green
TERRA: The Nature of Our World
Social Entrepreneurship
Global Health and Development
Sustainable Table

by dear eskiimo

listen here

by Gnarls Barkley

I just love all the layers of geekiness that are involved in this song: Gnarls Barkley as a cultural reference, the fact that this is not really a group, more of a collaboration, and–major geek factor: they like to appear in costumes and reference movies. Read more about Danger Mouse to know just how wonderfully geeky this is 🙂

by James Blunt

This woman is a brilliant musician!


listen here!

Lasse Gjertsen is one of those people who makes me believe in the goodness of humanity again 🙂 his work is his play, and his work represents truth and beauty. i think he knows what life is…he’s wacky and addicted to porn, but he’s got a vision that most of us don’t have. Anyway, this first video is the first i saw of his mad editing skillz:

Then, i looked around a bit more and found these:

And then he popped up again with this…really beautiful…

I love how this visualization lets you experience the Toccata and Fugue in a new way:

And these next two are awesome videos from the visual art perspective (if not from the musical perspective–i could take or leave the songs…)

It’s weird that it’s an English song–i don’t listen to North American music much…

I’ve been listening to it nonstop for the past 2 days…played it for all three of my classes yesterday…

Watch this!

Guitar/violin duet

Anne-Sophie Mutter

Nigel Kennedy