Following on from Kristine's time management thread yesterday in which a few people (myself included) mentioned listening to podcasts as being a good way to fit in some learning - I wondered whether the community had some recommendations?
To kick things off - I recently discovered http://www.se-radio.net/ with recent(-ish) broadcasts including A history of JUnit & The Future of Testing with Kent Beck and Agile Testing with Lisa Crispin.
You could include this in your list - http://testingpodcast.com/
Wrote this a short while back - http://blog.softwaretestingclub.com/2011/07/software-testing-podcas...
My favourites on iTunes are Software Engineering Radio (which is more of a developer podcast), the OWASP podcast, TestCast (with Trish Khoo and Bruce McLeod), and the Microsoft "Coding QA" podcast. The historical podcasts from that list should keep you busy for quite a while. :)
+1 for TestCast (with Trish Khoo and Bruce McLeod) although the sound quality is medium.
Another good security podcast I listen to is the Silver Bullet security podcast. I just listened to an interview with John Steven on the conflict between the static (code reviewer) and dynamic (pen tester) crowds.
+ 1 for TestCast.
Non-testing related podcasts which I find useful/interesting:
Guardian Tech Weekly podcast - http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/series/techweekly
BBC Click - http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/digitalp
What Great Bosses Know - http://poynter.podomatic.com/
Manager Tools - http://manager-tools.com/available-rss-feeds
All the (Testing related) podcasts I knew are already listed at http://blog.softwaretestingclub.com/2011/07/software-testing-podcas...
For videos I have also subscribed to the RSS feed of http://www.testingtv.com/
There should be a Software Testing Club podcast :)
You can start by using the STC Podcast RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/stcfeedspodcasts