Ham Podcasts

There are a number of ham related podcasts that I listen to. I've always been a listener - reading or watching TV have never been my thing! So radio and now also podcasts are the main way I get my news and information.

This is not an exhaustive list of ham podcasts, but are the ones I have on my podcast app.

TX Factor

TX Factor produce both a 'TV' style program and also read the weekly RSGB news. The TV type programs come out only a few times in a year, but are of very high quality and content. You can find their webpage at:
TX Factor Website

To subscribe to their RSGB news service, either search for TX Factor in your podcast app, or use the RSS feed at http://feeds.feedburner.com/TXTalk to subscribe.
The RSGB news page can be found at RSGB TX Factor News Service

QSO Today

QSO Today is a podcast in whigh Eric Guth (4Z1UG) once a week, interviews the movers and shakers in the radio amateur world. It is worth going through his back catalouge of interviews to pick out some of the well known (and not so well known) names in amateur radio.

QSO Today Webpage HERE!
RSS Feed: QSO Today Feed

ICQ Podcast

The ICQ Amateur / Ham Radio Podcast is a free fortnightly radio talk style podcast for amateur / ham radio operators by amateur / ham radio operators.
Each episode we review the current news, discuss a technical feature and the hobby in general, and hear from our many listeners from around the world.

The ICQ Website can be found at www.icqpodcast.com
and the RSS Feed is at ICQ Feed

Solder Smoke

Solder Smoke is a podcast which concentrates on the construction side of the ham hobby. Whilst a lot of what they talk about does go over my head, it is still a very interesting and entertaining podcast.

Their website can be found at www.soldersmoke.com
and their RSS Feed is at RSS Feed

The Ham Radio Workbench

This Ham Radio podcast deep dives on making, DIY, electronics, and technical topics of interest to the amateur radio operator.
A very informative podcast...

The ham radio workbench website can be found at www.hamradioworkbench
and their RSS Feed is at RSS Feed