Every week brings a slew of new podcasts and videos. Meb Faber argues that podcasts are the perfect medium for discussions about finance and investing. You can also check out last week’s links. Tell us if there is anything we missed.


The Serial podcast has become a global phenomena  (WSJ)

So much so that the Slate crew is doing their own podcast about the podcast.  (Slate)

Serial has become the entry point for many newbie podcast listeners.  (Washington Post)


A talk with Kathryn Kaminski, co-author of Trend Following with Managed Futures: The Search for Crisis Alpha.  (Top Traders Unplugged)

Larry Cunningham author of Berkshire Beyond Buffett: The Enduring Value of Values talks his book.  (Authors@Google)

Textbook arbitrage is rare. These guys think they found one.  (Planet Money)


Gimlet Media is now launching a crowdfunding campaign.  (Startup Podcast)

Marc Andreessen talks about “what makes the Valley work.”  (a16z podcast)


Michael Covel talks flow states with Steven Kotler author of The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance.  (Trend Following Radio)

Brian Koppelman talks with Tony Gilroy, director of films like Michael Clayton.  (The Moment Podcast)

James talks with Brian Koppelman, screenwriter of Rounders, and podcaster.  (James Altucher Show)

Sports, etc.

Barry Ritholtz talks with Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.  (Big Picture)

Malcolm Gladwell, author of David and Goliath, talks about the “abomination” that is football.  (Bloomberg TV)


Jerry Seinfeld takes a ride with Kevin Hart.  (Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee)

There’s officially a (good) podcast for everything: two guys talk about the Gilmore Girls.  (iTunes)

A live set with Broken Bells.  (Sound Opinions)

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