Genealogy Guys Podcast
Once a week there is a 30 minute audio broadcast from the Genealogy Guys. The Genealogy guys are:
George G. Morgan, internationally-recognized genealogy expert, author, and lecturer. His "Along Those Lines ..." online column at Ancestry.com is read by up to 2 million people each Friday. His most recent book, How to Do Everything with Your Genealogy (McGraw-Hill/Osborne) is one of the biggest-selling references in the last 20 years and is being used on several U.S. college campuses as a textbook. His hundreds of magazine, journal, and online articles have appeared all over the world, from the U.S. and Canada to Europe and Singapore. He is a member of more than 20 genealogical societies in the U.S. and the U.K.
Drew Smith, MLS, instructor at the School of Library and Information Science at the University of South Florida in Tampa. He, too, is a nationally-recognized genealogical author and lecturer. He is the "Cybrarian" columnist for MyFamily.com's quarterly magazine Genealogical Computing, is a regular contributor to the NGS NewsMagazine, and was the technical editor for George's book How to Do Everything with Your Genealogy. He is a member of the boards of the Federation of Genealogical Societies and the Florida Genealogical Society (Tampa).
These two have been publishing a genealogy discussion every week for about six months now. You can listen to them on your computer or on an IPOD or other MP3 player. They usually broadcast on Sunday, but occasionally use a different day of the week. You can download and listen to any past sessions via their website. I finally got around to listening to one the other day and it was very interesting.