Do you like rationalism? Do you like podcasts? Check these out:
The Mind Killer: The rationalist brain on politics! Hosts Wesley Fenza (that's me!) Eneasz Broski, and David talk politics from a rationalist perspective. New episodes are released every 2 weeks
The Bayesian Conspiracy. The Bayesian Conspiracy is a conversational podcast for the less hardcore rationalist, who wants to level-up their rational skills while listening to nerdy people argue. Hosted by Eneasz Brodski, Stephen Zuber, and Jace Dickey.
The Methods of Rationality Podcast. Actually several podcasts, including the Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality audiobook, several other ratfic stories, and literary analysis of HPMOR, the Metropolitan Man, and Worth the Candle.
Uncultured Swine. Johnny and GSV discuss Ian M. Banks' "The Culture" series in fan-favorite order. Start at the beginning!
2 Rash 2 Unadvised. Liam Nolan and Waweru Kariuki do a weekly read through of Ada Palmer's Award winning Terra Ignota series.
Rationally Speaking is the official podcast of New York City Skeptics. Join Julia Galef and guests as they explore the borderlands between reason and nonsense, likely and unlikely, science and pseudoscience. Rationally Speaking was co-created with Massimo Pigliucci.
The 80,000 Hours Podcast. In-depth conversations about the world's most pressing problems and what you can do to solve them.
Astral Codex Ten. The official audio version of Astral Codex Ten, with an archive of posts from Slate Star Codex. Read by Solenoid Entity.
The Bailey Podcast. A delectable serving of the culture war. Official podcast of subreddit r/theMotte.
Clearer Thinking with Spencer Greenberg is a podcast about ideas that truly matter. If you enjoy learning about powerful, practical concepts and frameworks, or wish you had more deep, intellectual conversations in your life, then you might love this podcast!
Affix. Brian and Chris always said that if they couldn't have a morning coffee together at work each day, they'd start a podcast to make sure they catch up regularly. This is the conversation they want to have and will range from finance and economics to philosophy and management theory
We Are Not Saved discusses religion (from a Christian/LDS perspective), politics, the end of the world, science fiction, artificial intelligence, and above all the limits of technology and progress.
AXRP - the AI X-risk Research Podcast. Host Daniel Filan, has conversations with researchers about their papers and hopefully gets a sense of why it's been written and how it might reduce the risk of AI causing an existential catastrophe.