I really enjoy Star Wars podcasts. I love the discussion, the exchange of ideas, and hearing the latest news about the Saga. I commute back and forth from work on the bus, and I usually have some time to myself to listen to a show.
I’ve collected a list of some of my favorite programs. So what are you waiting for?
Rebel Force Radio is the grandaddy of Star Wars podcast. It’s an extremely professional show thanks to production work of co-host Jimmy Mac, and moderation by co-host Jason Swank. They originally started off as part of the podcasting arm of TheForce.net before launching their own venture with Shotglass Digital. Great discussion and great interviews with Star Wars insiders.
Jason Ward and the gang at Making Star Wars host this entertaining weekly show. The vibe is casual and the crew keeps the mood light as they analyze the week in Star Wars news and discuss the latest spoilers. Just a fun romp through the Star Wars universe.
Coffee With Kenobi has quickly become one of my favorite podcasts. Co-hosts Cory Clubb and Dan Zher do a great job dissecting and discussing the broader themes of the Saga in a very down to earth way. Lots of great topics, and you’ll probably come away with a deeper appreciation of the Saga. As their tagline says: This IS the podcast you’re looking for…
If you are a fan of Fantasy Flight Games’ series of Star Wars roleplaying games, then this is your one stop for discussion, game ideas, and interviews with FFG staff. GM Phil and GM Dave do a great job hosting this entertaining podcast.
The Weekly Force Cast is one of the longest running shows on the web and is the flagship show of TheForce.net and Rebelscum.com. Hosts Eric Blythe and Eric Geller are solid moderators and run a tight show filled with news, reviews, and spoiler discussion.
A great show hosted by longtime podcaster Mike Pilot, megafan and professional author, Bryan Young, and Media Marketing Manager of the Rancho Obi-Wan museum, Consetta Parker. The gang engages in lively discussion and thoughful analysis about all things Star Wars.
Honestly, you can’t go wrong with any one of these shows…
May the Force Be With You