Sunday, February 20, 2011

Weekly Podcast Roundup.

I wanted to delay posting this until Sunday this week, as we've got a special addition to this week's podcast roundup: Canadian Bloggers Kevin Wood will be interviewing John Baglow on "Virtually Speaking Sunday: Maple Syrup Edition" tonight. I'm looking forward to hearing what they both have got to say! Call in if you want to participate or talk with them.

Big blogging thanks to David of Jim Dandy Goodness for giving us the heads up! Now, for the regulars:

"The Professional Left" - by Driftglass and BlueGal: The two give their thoughts on Chicago's mayoralty race and "Liberal Kama Sutra". If you haven't already added this one to your podcasting software for weekly updates, you really should think about doing so. They provide a really thought provoking and humourous prodcast.

"Slate's Political Gabfest" - Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz: Thoughts on the US budget showdown in congress, the Union issues in Wisconsin, & the implications of the current unrest in the Middle East.

"Primetime Politics Weekend" - The CPAC website is slow to update, so here's Feb 11th episode.

"CBC's At Issue" - Alan Coyne, Allan Gregg, Chantal H├ębert, & Peter Mansbridge: The National gang discuss Bev Oda/Kairos funding.



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