PC Advisor is looking for your podcast recommendations. Which podcasts do you listen to, and why? Do you look for specialised expertise or general interest? Is it more important for the content or the production to be top-notch? Do you listen to humorous or serious podcasts?
Send us your recommendation and reasons – as usual you can add them to this thread or email them to [email protected] - for your chance to see your name in the magazine, and perhaps even win a great prize!
Thanks for your input - and a big thank you to all the readers who suggested their favourite travel blogs for the August issue.
Seth Haniel is this month's prize winner, after recommending Lonely Planet. "First blog to check for your holiday destination, every time," he wrote – and we're inclined to agree. Congratulations to Seth Haniel, who wins a copy of Magix MP3 Maker 14.0.
on the way to work, school, or while studying, you can't beat the geoff show podcast. It's not really based on any one thing, its more of random (but usually very funny) chit chat, as it's a radio show but the podcast has the music removed. I'd recommend it to anyone! Can be found at click here
There are loads I listen to. The main ones are the Observer Football Weekly because it is funny, informative and the perfect thing to listen to on the way to work. I also listen to Mark Kermode's film reviews, Windows Weekly and Ricky Gervais. I have found podcasts on nearly every subject that interests me and most of them are informative, well presented and broadcast regularly.
maybe a bit obvious but podcast.com has a wide selection - there's one called Deadpod that's entirely made up of Grateful Dead music - any Grateful Dead fans on here? Ricky Gervais is good too and turned a lot of people onto the idea of podcasting.