Best book talks podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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A weekly comic book podcast by fans for fans. Reviews, discussions, news, contests and more.
 
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Book Talk
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Tune into Book Talk from Scottish Book Trust fortnightly for the best author interviews, book chat, discussions and news of events north of the border. Enjoy our back catalogue and get involved in Book Talk on our site: http://www.scottishbooktrust.com/booktalk.
 
Lively discussions about romance books, culture, and Tim Tams, between readers, academics, and bestselling authors. Find out about upcoming romance titles and remember old favourites. Discover how the romance genre reflects feminism, sexuality, morality, and culture. Happy endings are mandatory. Hosted by Kat Mayo and produced in Australia. bookthingo.com.au
 
A father and his grade school son get together once a week and talk about comic books. While enhancing his son’s critical reading and thinking skills, Dad hopes to learn more about what inspires and excites the imagination of a grade-schooler. Visit KidsonComics.com for past episodes!
 
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Book Talk Radio
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Book Talk Radio is hosted by Joe Conason and is a project of the Progressive Book Club. PBC works with some of the biggest authors, activists, and thinkers in progressive politics. Listen in, call in, and join our community.
 
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Book Talk
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We find great books, talk to their authors, have interesting conversations about them.
 
Listen to interviews with some of the best Christian authors. Ranging from the newly released to the great classics, Book Talk is all about books.
 
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Turkey Book Talk
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Conversations with journalists, academics and writers on Turkey and its region. A new episode is posted every two weeks. Latest links: https://armstrongwilliam.wordpress.com/
 
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Talking Books
Weekly
 
The world and lived experience of books, their authors and readers.
 
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Booktalks
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Have book. Will talk.
 
A weekly comic book podcast by fans for fans. Reviews, discussions, news, contests and more.
 
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Talking Books
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Hi and welcome to Talking Books - my regular radio show devoted to the written word in all its forms. I interview authors, poets, features writers, editors etc and anyone who supports their work. I am a writer, researcher, proofreader and editor, published in national publications on the subjects of health (focusing on mental health), women's issues and social history. My book, 'Shell Shocked Britain: The First World War's legacy...' was published by Pen & Sword Books in 2014 and I am curren ...
 
Listen to interviews with upcoming writers talking about their books and the inspiration for writing them.​Discover new and exciting books in all genres.
 
The New Zealand Book Council podcast
 
Nancy J. Keane offers a daily booktalk on books for grades K-12. Listen to booktalks about some of the newest books published as well as some oldies but goodies. Instead of just reading Nancy Keane's booktalks, tune in to hear the booktalks by booktalking expert, Nancy Keane, herself.
 
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WYPL Book Talk
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The podcast version of WYPL's syndicated radio program, Book Talk.
 
The Best Author Interviews
 
Updates and information from the Kansas Talking Books Service!
 
Zeroes Talking Heroes is a podcast about superhero and comic book movies, and sometimes a bunch of other nonsense. Check us out at http://www.zthpodcast.com
 
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Talking of Books
Daily
 
Talking of Books is a weekly review show which showcases some of Dubai’s most intrepid readers. From new releases to chats with local and international authors, this is a must-listen for any bibliophile.
 
Interviews with authors.
 
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Book Who's Talking
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A monthly podcast about books. It's like a bookclub, but you don't have to leave your house and you don't have to bring a plate of cheese.Hosted by Fiona, Laura and Cool Ben.
 
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Book Talks
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Students in Spring 2013 discuss recent novels they read.
 
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Book Talk
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Let's talk about books. Some are good, some not. Some more detailed than others.
 
The Talking Book Podcast is the official podcast of the weirdo audiobook publisher Talking Book. Every episode we talk to an author, and hear an excerpt from their audiobook.
 
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Book Talk
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I post parody interviews, meant to be funny, not to be taken seriously. New posts on Sundays. Currently, this page contains all 22 episodes of the first season of book talk. We'll be on a break until March 7. Until then, keep reading.
 
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BookTalk Socials
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Where books go social. They talk back.
 
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Book Talk
Weekly
 
Welcome to the official podcast of Keystroke Blog, hosted by Em Lehrer. You will hear about current reads, books to look forward to, authors and bloggers to check out, and much more. Tune in on Wednesdays for new episodes!
 
A program of the Black Lesbian Literary Collective, Lez Talk Books Radio is a monthly podcast dedicated to amplifying the writing of lesbian and queer women of color.
 
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JLG Booktalks
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Deborah B. Ford, Director of Library Outreach for Junior Library Guild, presents ready to use podcasts of the latest releases in children's literature. Get out your wish list and give it a listen!
 
Talk Nerdy to Me is your weekly discussion on comic books (Marvel, DC, Image, etc), TV shows, Movies, and all Pop Culture type news. We also interview pop culture icon like Kevin Eastman, Brett Booth, Kai Greene, Cas Anvar, Stan Sakai, Vanilla Ice, and more.
 
The John Batchelor Show is a breaking-news program that focusses on global politics, economics, war-fighting, hard sciences, space exploration, literature and whimsy. Four hours a night, seven days a week; most rigorous news analysis in the New World; followed daily in 192 countries.
 
The students in Mrs. Abernethy's 5th grade class talk about the books they're reading.
 
Four LGBT friends bring you our take on a different book each month... while drinking.
 
Let’s Talk Books profiles a wide range of publishing professionals and authors from the BookExpo America (BEA) community. The series highlights the industry from the inside out, featuring industry insiders talking about the book business and their passion for books. BEA is the premier event for the North American publishing industry. bookexpoamerica.com
 
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DC Book Talks
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Authors share their works at public venues in Washington, DC.
 
University of Hong Kong Libraries Book talks
 
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WYPL Book Talk
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The podcast version of WYPL's syndicated radio program, Book Talk.
 
The PublicDecisions PublicForum Book Talk series features leading thinkers and practitioners related to the practice of stakeholder engagement from around the world. It's sponsored by PublicDecisions, the premiere provider of online, "live" training, professional development events and conferences on stakeholder engagement. Our international registrants include professionals in the planning, transportation and environmental sectors; community health workers and other health professionals; sc ...
 
Booktalks about children's books
 
The PublicDecisions PublicForum Book Talk series features leading thinkers and practitioners related to the practice of stakeholder engagement from around the world. It's sponsored by PublicDecisions, the premiere provider of online, "live" training, professional development events and conferences on stakeholder engagement. Our international registrants include professionals in the planning, transportation and environmental sectors; community health workers and other health professionals; sc ...
 
Library Book Talk Series
 
An ongoing lecture series featuring authors of newly published books.
 
Booktalks created by the staff and students at LEMS
 
A Podcast Weblog for Awesome BookTalks
 
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Tamzid Book Talk
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Hey guys my name is Tamzid and I will be talking each day about literary works and authors in my podcasts. There will be huge announcements such as authors, meet up and even prizes which will happen soon. Can’t wait for you to like this. Plus I might write a book and later give out to people across the world. Thanks and let’s make this world a better difference. “When a person suffers from delusion we call it a mental illness but when society suffers from it we call it normal.”
 
WWE, TNA, Lucha Underground and NXT News and Opinions: for Fans, by Fans
 
Melissa introduces listeners to fun and entertaining 'new' and 'new to you' books. Interviews with librarians and other book people, as well as reviews of fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels, and maybe even an audio book or two will be covered, as good books can be found anywhere.
 
University of Hong Kong Libraries Book Talks
 
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At the age of 27, alone in Jerusalem in the wake of a painful divorce, Ilana Kurshan decided to begin learning daf yomi, the “daily page” of the Talmud. By the time she completed the Talmud after seven and a half years, Kurshan was remarried with three young children. If All the Seas Were Ink is her moving and remarkable memoir of this journey ...…
 
Ruby Namdar’s The Ruined House received the Sapir Prize, Israel’s most prestigious literary award. Now newly translated into English, Namdar’s tale of a man whose comfortable secular life begins to unravel in the face of haunting religious visions cuts to the core of contemporary Jewish-American identity.…
 
The advent of Islam in the seventh century brought profound economic changes to the Middle East and to the Jews living there. The Talmud, written in and for an agrarian society, was in many ways ill-equipped for the new economy. In the early Islamic period, the Babylonian Geonim made accommodations through their responsa, through occasional taq ...…
 
Francine Klagsbrun's definitive new biography of Golda Meir brings to life a world figure unlike any other. An iron-willed leader, chain-smoking political operative, and tea-and-cake-serving grandmother who became the fourth prime minister of Israel, Meir was one of the most notable women of our time. Born in czarist Russia in 1898, Meir immigr ...…
 
A discussion with Rabbi Ron Kronish on his new book, The Other Peace Process: Interreligious Dialogue, A View from Jerusalem. Drawing on personal experiences from his 25-year career as founding director of the Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel, Rabbi Ron Kronish describes the theory and practice of interreligious dialogue, education ...…
 
Ilana Sasson, instructor at Sacred Heart University and JTS alumna, discusses her new critical edition of a key Arabic translation and commentary on the book of Proverbs. Working in the 10th century, Yefet ben Ò…li ha-LeviÓ³ commentary attests to his rationalistic and revisionist ideology and egalitarian approach.…
 
Aly Gerber’s young adult novel, Braced, is the story of a 12-year-old soccer player who learns she needs to wear a back brace 23 hours a day for her worsening scoliosis. As she adjusts to life with the brace, her confidence and self-image are shaken. Ultimately she discovers her own voice and learns how to face this challenge—plus all the other ...…
 
Dinner at the Center of the Earth, a new political thriller from Pulitzer finalist and best-selling author Nathan Englander, unfolds in the highly charged territory of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A prisoner in a secret cell. The guard who has watched over him a dozen years. An American waitress in Paris. A young Palestinian man in Berlin ...…
 
In his new book, the winner of the 2016 National Jewish Book Award for Scholarship, JTS's Dina and Eli Field Family Chair in Jewish History Dr. Benjamin R. Gampel uses rich new archival data to illuminate one of the major disasters that struck medieval Jewry: the anti-Jewish riots of 1391-92 in the lands of Castile and Aragon. Offering the most ...…
 
In his book Kohelet’s Pursuit of Truth, Rabbi Benjamin J. Segal, former president of the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, presents an arresting new translation and commentary on Ecclesiastes that unlocks the ancient wisdom of one of the deepest and most controversial books of the Tanakh. Segal's most striking innovations in ...…
 
Kaplan was a compulsive diarist. His journal of twenty seven volumes is one of the longest on record. Communings of the Spirit, volume 2, edited by Dr. Mel Scult, contains in vivid detail the edited selections from 1934-1941. He reacts passionately to the momentous events of the thirties paying particular attention to the rise of Fascism. We me ...…
 
Named after Solomon Ibn Gabirol’s own sharp self-description, Vulture in a Cage is the most extensive collection of the eleventh-century Hebrew poet’s works ever to be published in English. Here, vital poems of praise, lament, and complaint sit along­side devotional poetry, love poetry, descrip­tive meditations on nature, and epigrams. Ob ...…
 
Reading Genesis: Beginnings, edited by Beth Kissileff, gathers intellectuals and thinkers who use their professional knowledge to create an original constellation of modern readings of Genesis: a scientist of appetite on Eve’s eating behavior; law professors on contracts and collective punishment; an anthropologist on the nature of human stri ...…
 
Judaism as we know it is a western Roman religion, argues Rabbi Burton Visotzky. Yes, the very empire that destroyed the Jerusalem Temple in 70 CE served as the culture in which Judaism was nurtured and became the religion of the rabbis that we still celebrate today.
 
Kosher USA: How Coke Became Kosher and Other Tales of Modern Food Roger Horowitz (Columbia University Press, 2016) Kosher USA follows the fascinating journey of kosher food through the modern industrial food system. It recounts how iconic products such as Coca-Cola and Jell-O tried to become kosher; the contentious debates among rabbis over the ...…
 
Allyssa, Allison, Chris, and Andrea discuss "The White Tiger."
 
Blake, Carina, and Natalia discuss "Angela's Ashes."
 
Chelsey, Tyrese, and Ronni discuss "Gone Girl."
 
Yesha, Kiara, and Jessica discuss "Pride and Prejudice."
 
Rebecca, Aria, Brianna, and Hayley discuss "Slaughterhouse Five."
 
Catherine, Alex, and Elena discuss "In Cold Blood."
 
Will, Jason, and Grace discuss "Overachievers."
 
Nicole and Alex discuss "Outliers."
 
Sophia, Landon, and Jack discuss "Bossy Pants."
 
Archelle, Becca, Grayson, Miranda and Isabella continue their discussion on "A Lesson Before Dying."
 
Archelle, Becca, Grayson, Miranda and Isabella discuss "A Lesson Before Dying."
 
Alex, Robert, Ethan, and Mathew discuss "Lolita."
 
Jaime, Aydan, and Jalen discuss "Pride and Prejudice."
 
Abbey, Katie, and Daven discuss "This Side of Paradise."
 
Andrea I, Andrea J and Crystal discuss "The Lovely Bones."
 
Nathan and Iran discuss "The English Patient."
 
Chris, Austin, and Adam discuss "The Book Thief."
 
Destiny, Julia, Justin and Abraham discuss four class novels and their common themes.
 
Zane, Connor, James and Sean discuss "String Theory for Dummies."
 
Matt and Brianna discuss "Red Rising."
 
Anna Marie, Lauren, and Ashton discuss "Looking for Alaska."
 
Jesse and Marcus discuss "In Cold Blood."
 
Morgan, Katie, Bailey, and Auburn discuss Red Rising.
 
Kyatt, Tyler, Jay, Jack, and Cole discuss the book Do Hard Things.
 
Seth, Maddie and Brodey discuss Eat, Pray, Love.
 
Taylor, Alexis, and Samson discuss Gone Girl.
 
Gabriella and Ethan discuss the book, The Overachievers.
 
John and TJ discuss Malcolm Gladwell's book, Outliers.
 
Christina and Kalil discuss The Kiterunner.
 
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