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  • I would most like to listen to NPR while riding the bus to or from work, but I can't listen to a stream when there's no network. So, downloadable content would be great. why don't you just listen to NPR on the bus? It's still available in the legacy "radio" format.

    • That adds one more thing to the standard crap I carry with me. Also, the nice thing about getting NPR via the web is that I can listen only to the articles that look interesting. (I like plain old NPR radio, too, but it's a different experience.)
  • 'On The Media', a regualr show on NPR, has an RSS feed [] with podcasts right now.
  • Science Friday has a podcast [] and deep library of MP3s [] (RA and WMV, unfortunately. I thought they had MP3s, but I can't seem to find them...).

    There's also an indy science show called This Week in Science [] out of UCDavis that's pretty quirky and fun. I've been going through the archives from mid-March recently, and started to like it. (The Internet Archive has archives of Berkeley Groks, a bay-area science show that's not as interesting to listen to.)

    Also, don't forget the Beeb. The BBC podcasts a few