- Chivalry Today is Scott Farrell's podcast promoting chivalric virtues in contemporary society. He's had a variety of interesting guests, including Steve Muhlberger, who will be familiar to Wordhoarders as a veteran medieval blogger.
- Finding Camelot is Vangie Rich's podcast about, well, Camelot. These tend to be more along the lines of audio essays about a particular issue in Arthurian literature. I had thought that it went defunct at the end of last year, but Rich posted a new podcast in May of this year, so it's probably closer to the truth to say that it is a long time between updates.
- The aptly-named Medieval Podcast tends to cover medieval church history. It appears to be defunct, but I listened to the few episodes that are available.
- Of course, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention Michael Drout's Anglo-Saxon Aloud, which is essentially him reading Old English poetry.
Now, for some I haven't yet listened to:
- Catherine Loomis's Ancient and Medieval History. I'm subscribed but haven't yet had a chance to listen.
- Oxford University's Medieval English Lectures podcast. Looks very interesting ... but again, life is short, and learning long, so I haven't gotten to it yet. I think the lectures might be by Stuart Lee, who did this moving short film.
- Bede's World farm has several short podcasts that I think are designed to go with their demonstration Anglo-Saxon farm.
There are probably others I don't know anything about ... any Wordhoarders have other treasures for us to hear?
*Though it would really be cool if they had. I'd love to hear Caedmon's podcast.