Government And Organizations Podcasts

Intellectual Icebergs show

Intellectual IcebergsJoin Now to Follow

Sure, you already know all about computer science, physics, mathematics, yadda yadda yadda. But can you explain it to your boss in terms that won't explode his managerial head? More importantly, can you use your big, bulging brains to land dates? No, seriously? Okay, then. Intellectual Icebergs is for you. Join us, semi-weekly-to-monthly, as we explore topics ranging from cryptography and subatomic physics to geek dating tips and partyology. Intellectual Icebergs: helping to reveal the geek god inside of you!

By Ankh Infinity Productions

Faded Silhouettes show

Faded SilhouettesJoin Now to Follow

Faded Silhouettes is a music podcast presented by Adrian Kwiatkowski. Usually, every new episode is released once a month, which gives much time to select only best new music for you to listen to. Mostly house music, but not limited to. Discover new artists and songs with us. Promise we won't disappoint! Subscribe - you won't regret it! Other mixes and exclusives can be found on:

By Adrian Kwiatkowski

Latin Pulse show

Latin PulseJoin Now to Follow

Latin Pulse, the notable public affairs program from Link TV returns in the form of a podcast. Produced with support from Link TV and the School of Communication at American University, this weekly podcast provides in-depth analysis of current affairs in Latin America.

By Rick Rockwell

The Perfect Sentence show

The Perfect SentenceJoin Now to Follow

Welcome to the Perfect Sentence, a creative writing podcast. It's based out of Stillwater, Oklahoma, and primarily consists of interviews with creative writing students at Oklahoma State University. Hosted by Amanda Bueno.

By Amanda Bueno

The Loopcast show

The LoopcastJoin Now to Follow

Podcast series covering various topics in security and technology

By Sina Kashefipour and Chelsea Daymon

Congress Hears Tech Policy Debates show

Congress Hears Tech Policy DebatesJoin Now to Follow

These policy debates hosted in conjunction with the Congressional Internet Caucus examine the latest technology issues before Congressional lawmakers including digital copyright protection, safety, security and privacy on the Internet, wireless and broadband issues, e-surveillance, and more. Subscribe to this podcast to hear the critical issues being debated in Congress that affect the technology revolution. The Internet Caucus Advisory Committee and the Internet Education Foundation, with participation from members of the Internet Caucus, host regular events and forums for policymakers, the press, and the public to discuss important Internet-related policy issues. See event videos online at

By Internet Caucus Advisory Committee

altmuslim review show

altmuslim reviewJoin Now to Follow

For nearly four years, alt.muslim has provided a comprehensive (and irreverent) look at issues throughout the Muslim world. Now you can hear commentary straight from the writers (along with special guests) in alt.muslim review, a regular downloadable audio program available as a podcast through Apple's iTunes or right here through an RSS feed or downloadable MP3 file. Each show will review the most interesting recent cultural, political, and religious events in a balanced (and humourous) way. It's a Muslim "Daily Show" for your iPod. Well, almost.


SOMAcast - South of Market in San Francisco show

SOMAcast - South of Market in San FranciscoJoin Now to Follow

SOMAcast is a podcast by Jamie Whitaker who offers comments on the arts, politics, and other banter relevant to folks in San Francisco and the surrounding bay area.

By Jamie Whitaker

Nanotech Podcast show

Nanotech PodcastJoin Now to Follow

A discussion about Nanotechnology policy and the law. The podcast is a series of interviews conducted with the country's leading scientists in the field. The blog is a forum for communicating and discussing current issues in Nanotechnology.

A Piece Of My Mind show

A Piece Of My MindJoin Now to Follow

Left Brain Commentary - This weekly radio commentary is funny, controversial, biting, critical, timely and sometimes inspiring. Ron Burley turns to his Democratic roots to find a slightly bent view at the day's news. He discovers deeper meaning and humor where others often fear to tread. ```` ``