It's been a while since I revisited my list of the best economics podcasts. Here are my current top five. NPR’s Planet Money remains the very best economics podcast out there. Great production values, very creative, serious economics topics treated with a light touch....
Not one but two new Radio 4 series
A new series of "Pop Up Ideas" started last Wednesday on Radio 4 at 8.30pm, featuring our usual trademark combination of academic rigour and live-action storytelling: http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/thpop And a new Radio 4 series of More or Less starts this...
More or Less wins the Royal Statistical Society award for excellence in broadcast journalism
I'm delighted about this: The winners of the 2013 awards for statistical excellence in journalism have been announced. Journalists at The Times, The Detail and BBC Radio 4 have been commended for their work. The awards, now in their seventh year, are made in three...
Pop Up Ideas with Gillian Tett and Malcolm Gladwell
Gillian Tett's excellent talk for "Pop Up Ideas" is now available to download (or you can subscribe to the podcast). You can also download Malcolm Gladwell's superb talk from last week.
Pop-Up Ideas with Malcolm Gladwell, Gillian Tett, and David Kilcullen
We're following "Pop-Up Economics" by inviting guest speakers to tell us about ideas from anthropology and political science - all wrapped up in stories to remember. We recorded these short (13 minute) talks in front of a live audience in the foyer of the Royal...
Next series of Pop Up Ideas to be recorded on June 10th
Pop Up Economics is now Pop Up Ideas, and the next series will be inspired by ideas from anthropology and political science. We're recording the entire series in front of a live audience - please come along. You can apply for free tickets here. Speakers will include...
A spreadsheet error, a homework assignment, and a dose of reality for empirical economics
This subject has been covered ad nauseam in the econoblogosphere, but I'm still proud of our short More or Less documentary on how a student undercut the economics paper that austerity-minded politicians love to cite. For more free More or Less podcasts, click here.
The astonishing life of Bill Phillips
This is the latest video from the recording of my my radio series, "Pop Up Economics". (Alternative link to watch.)
Pop-Up Economics, Pulp-O-Mized
The Pulp-O-Mizer. More about Pop-Up Economics.