I listen to a lot of Podcasts. It's a great way to fill time that would
otherwise be “dead” - commuting, walking, working out, doing household tasks,
etc. I've been enjoying podcasts since I got my first iPod (a refurbished 2nd
Generation iPod Nano)
in 2007. I listened to more podcasts on that iPod than music.
As far as my podcast player of choice, I prefer Marco Arment's excellent
Overcast (it's really good, you should use it).
Here's a list of what's currently queued up in my podcast feed:
rewind.website (a.k.a. “Cast Rewinder”) allows
you to “Subscribe to a podcast from the beginning”. Basically, you put in
the podcast's RSS feed and it creates a new feed that updates at your
desired frequency (i.e. weekly) and releases old episodes sequentially as if
they were new. This is super useful for going back and listening through a
long-running podcast from the beginning, at a regular pace. It's also
Podsync is a self-hosted project that
allows you to make a podcast feed from a YouTube or Vimeo channel. Can
easily be self-hosted on a Raspberry Pi.