#LibrarianCommute – Kate Byrne shares her podcast addiction

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I spend about an hour and a half each day commuting to work at my Library. I used to read but found this difficult on full buses and obviously out of the question if I drive to work. Then a year or two ago I discovered podcasts.

I love listening to podcasts on my way to work. It’s a great way to wake up my brain and to hear an interesting story or learn something new.

I’ve found lots of favourites too. Some of my must-listens are:

Science & ‘Interesting Facts’ Podcasts

Business and Economics Podcasts

Interesting stories about the world

I’m always looking for new podcasts to listen to, so share your favourite podcasts in the comments so I can add them to my list!

– Kate

Kate Byrne, Director of Technical Operations International Librarians Network

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8 Comments

  1. Hi Kate,

    I’m podcast crazy too, in fact we have very similar tastes – Thanks for sharing
    Here are a few that I really like (that are not on your list yet 🙂
    The Broad Experience – hosted by Ashley Milne-Tyte – a conversation about women, the workplace and success. http://www.thebroadexperience.com/
    Reply All – about the internet but actually fun – https://gimletmedia.com/about-reply-all/
    Mystery Show – https://gimletmedia.com/show/mystery-show/
    Wiretap from CBC – http://www.cbc.ca/radio/wiretap

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