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A selection of rational podcasts which RW users like.
- 365 Days of Philosophy - A monthly podcast looking at philosophy and skepticism
- A Christian and an Atheist - Debate and discussed between atheists and Christians
- Actually Speaking - An attempt to look at scepticism and critical thinking, concentrating on how to talk to those who are not critical in their thinking without alienating them; has started a podcast for presenting science to children recently
- The Amateur Scientist - Humorous take on science and scepticism.
- Atheism Next - An atheist podcast that focuses on issues involving atheism & the future
- The Atheist Experience - American podcast based on a TV show featuring live-callers
- Conversations from the Pale Blue Dot
- Exposing PseudoAstronomy - Examines astronomy-, physics-, and geology-based pseudoscientific claims
- More or Less, BBC radio programme that uncovers the truth about numbers in the news.
- The Non Prophets
- The Pod Delusion (or iTunes) - British podcast, commentary from "a secular, rationalist, skeptical, somewhat lefty-liberal, sort of perspective"
- The Reality Check
- Reasonable Doubts - Religious skepticism; also broadcast as a radio show in Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Rationally Speaking - By the New York City Skeptics
- Righteous Indignation - UK sceptical podcast
- The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe - Main article: Skeptics Guide to the Universe
- The Skeptics' Guide 5x5
- Skeptics witk a K - Skeptical podcast by Merseyside Skeptics Society, UK
- Token Skeptic - Australian skeptic interview show run by a solo-female podcaster
 General science podcasts
- Science and nature podcasts from the BBC
- The Guardian science podcast
- NYT Science podcast
- Podcasts from the science magazine "Nature"
- Podcasts from "Scientific American"
- Astronomy Cast
 News and current events satire
- BBC4's News Quiz and Now Show
- ZA News (More of a vidcast, but good satire)
- The Bugle, hosted by Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver
- Cognitive Dissonance Podcast Two dudes talking about the news. (Warning: They swear a lot.)
 Skepticism and life
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