Radio Economics is an economics podcast site, created by James Reese of the University of South Carolina Upstate. These are early days for the site but you can already listen to several interesting interviews while you are browsing. Bill Goffe, the pioneer of RFE (Resources For Economists on the Internet), talks about his interest in Computational Economics and how he manages RFE. James Hamilton, the fine applied time series economist, talks sensibly about both oil markets and macroeconomics. (Note: sound commentary on either is an all-too-rare event; you can get both in one listen while browsing today's news.)
Then there's my interview, which may or may not make sense. But I do talk some about sports and economics, and how examples from sports illustrate economics in action.
Kudos to James for setting up Radio Economics, and for conducting the interviews in a relaxed atmosphere.