The Spreaker week in recap

Some of you are in the midst of taking exams and finishing papers, while others are patiently awaiting that long needed break from your cubicles to jump in a pool. Let’s take advantage of this weekend as a precursor to the summer fun about to come, and for added pleasure, catch up with what you missed at Spreaker this week:

Podcasts:

The Total Education Network is where parents, teachers, and administrators can come together to discuss developments and changes in today’s education system.

The Will Robertson Show covers local issues and news going on in Dos Palos, California – he’s a guy ”with a nose for news and an ear for the truth.”

Like This American Life? Try out The Living Toronto Show on stories of the people and places of Toronto, brought to you by Humber Radio Students: Ryan Spooner, Drew Khan, and Daniel Chen.

Catch Macintosh and Apple buff Lex McFarley on his show MacsFuture discussing all of the latest iOS updates.

Sarah brings you all the news and discussions of the F1 season on Pit Stop Radio. If you love racing, you’ll get hooked quickly to its talk about cars, expert drivers, and technique!

Scott Ayres is “just a guy addicted to social media,” as evidenced by the informative Hubze Social Squadcast. Check out news on what’s new in the web.

Let’s give a warm welcome to the new guys at Story Book Radio, where young hosts tell fairy tales coming from different places and cultures.

Other:

Tracy Trost, the mastermind behind Trost Moving Pictures, chats with us on podcasting business practices and on investing in audio tools.

Over at Radiospeaker.it they’re always finding nifty tricks on sounding your best. Here’s a way to speak more quickly, yet always clearly.

Share your podcasts on two of the most popular content-sharing sites on the web. Introducing our new StumbleUpon and Reddit widgets!

Have a great weekend!

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