Best Librarians podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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The Sexy Librarian's Erotica Blog-Cast, sister podcast to Rose Caraway's "The Kiss Me Quick's Erotica podcast", is a multi-topic, fun, casual discussion primarily centering around writing and producing erotica. Rose will introduce you to some of the hottest authors in erotica today. (Disclaimer- Although this podcast can touch on subjects of sexuality, this is not a sex-education podcast) Find Rose Caraway's Sexy Librarian Blog page at thekissmequcks.com
 
The Sexy Librarian's Erotica Blog-Cast, sister podcast to Rose Caraway's "The Kiss Me Quick's Erotica podcast", is a multi-topic, fun, casual discussion primarily centering around writing and producing erotica. Rose will introduce you to some of the hottest authors in erotica today. (Disclaimer- Although this podcast can touch on subjects of sexuality, this is not a sex-education podcast) Find Rose Caraway's Sexy Librarian Blog page at thekissmequcks.com
 
Better Library Leaders is a podcast devoted to exploring the elements of great libraries, and great library leaders! If you're an academic, public, school, or special librarian looking to improve your leadership skills, this is the show for you!
 
Librarians Assemble! is a podcast about libraries and comics. More specifically it's about librarians who are passionate about comics, and how they use that passion in their field.
 
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Librarians Aloud
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'Librarians Aloud' is an independent podcast by librarians for library & information professionals or anyone interested in what it is information professionals do. Each episode features a guest from the information profession telling their origin story, sharing insight into their career path and discussing the future of information and knowledge sharing and discovery. The show is produced and presented by Laura Rooney Ferris and is presented by the Academic & Special Libraries Section (A&SL) ...
 
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Teacher Librarians
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A podcast for school library media specialists, teacher-librarians and anyone else interested in books and technology, particularly in the K-12 setting.
 
I chat to information professionals (Librarians) from all sectors about their careers so far, CPD, frustrations, achievements, and what they would do if I put them in charge of the profession for a day.
 
The Worldwide Leader in TV Discussion
 
A podcast focusing on everyday librarians and their libraries.
 
Podcast by Saturday Night Librarians
 
Welcome to Two and a Half Librarians, a spoiler-filled show about books and other bookish stuff, by the Prescott Valley Public Library. Our hosts are Shelbie Marks, Coleen Bornschlegel, and Michele Hjorting
 
Podcast by No Librarians Allowed
 
Tune in as Amy Hermon tackles the issues and challenges school librarians face everyday.
 
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I chat to Leah Rosenblum Emary, who has worked in various types of libraries in California, Brussels, and Berlin but has found a happy niche in UK academic libraries for the past 5 years. She currently works as liaison librarian for the School of Media and Communications at the University of Sunderland. http://library.sunderland.ac.uk/…
 
I chat to Kate Grigsby, former FE and prison librarian, now working at the University of Sheffield. Kate is part of the Information Literacy Group (ILG)
 
Join me as I tackle the issue of purchasing materials for your collection. Avoid the pitfalls and consider how we prioritize how we spend our limited funds. I also share where I get my ideas for which titles to purchase.
 
I chat to Emily AKA Minnie Birch who has previously worked in public libraries and now works in a prison library, which she combines with her music career.
 
Laura talks to Katherine Mc Sharry Head of Outreach Services at the National Library of Ireland. They talk about Katherines journey to her current role and the convergence of libraries, museums and cultural heritage institutions. Katherine shares insights into the recent exhibitions and acquisitions of the National Library including 'Listen Now ...…
 
Join me as I tackle the challenges of discarding books from your library collection. I'll share lots of strategies for repurposing discards as well as the mistakes I've learned over the years. Discarding is necessary but it doesn't have to always be unpleasant! Hot chocolate damage Scroll down to see slideshow…
 
In this episode, we discuss the book Warcross by Marie Lu.Two and a Half Librarians is a podcast by the Prescott Valley Public Library and is hosted by Shelbie Marks, Coleen Bornschlegel, and Michele Hjorting. Find us at www.pvlib.net, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Instragram @pvplteens.
 
Join me as I tackle the challenges of weeding a school library collection. CREW: A Weeding Manual for Modern Libraries
 
We reflect on the early days of makerspaces - planning service models, selecting equipment, training staff - and on their state 5 years in. What has changed? What issues remain? How do we assess community partner involvement readiness? How do we ensure a diversity of participants? How do we continue to have robot dance-offs? All of these questi ...…
 
We begin by talking about the surprises of digital literacy instruction (hint: it's not about the technology!), then laugh our way through printing the internet, the joys of learning sound editing, and Zach Effron sound artistry.
 
I chat to Ian Anstice AKA Public Libraries News about his day job(s) and lengthy career in public libraries, his 'other' job running PLN, sponsorship, marketing, speaking at conferences and much more besides.
 
I chat to Natasha Chowdory @InfoPro_Tasha who has worked in workplace and charity information settings and will shortly be staring a new role as a Clinical Evidence Based Information Specialist at CEBIS, based at the University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. We discuss Sweet Valley High, books, films, diversity and much much more...…
 
We catch up with Victoria, reflecting on her year of projects supporting Business students, her thoughts on libraries and capitalism, potential for machine learning in information services, and uses for video games beyond entertainment.
 
We kick off with reading a love letter to Canadian libraries, discuss the NMC Horizon Report on learning in public schools, the role of technology in social issues, and trip out on Seymour Papert's programming language as well as his ideas about how children construct their learning.
 
The first ever episode of Two and a Half Librarians, where we discuss "One of Us is Lying" by Karen McManus. Two and a Half Librarians is a podcast by the Prescott Valley Public Library and is hosted by Shelbie Marks, Coleen Bornschlegel, and Michele Hjorting. Find us at www.pvlib.net, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Instragram @pvplteens.…
 
Librarians with Lives is off to #CilipConf18! This is a little introductory episode outlining what I'll be doing there, along with a bit of reflection about what it all means. There will be a full-length conference special next week.
 
This week, Librarians with Lives goes the CILIP Conference in Brighton. I chat to delegates, capture their thoughts on the conference and give listeners a sense of the overall experience. Thank you to the 40 people I managed to grab for interviews! #CilipConf18
 
Laura talks to Margaret Irons founder and owner of LibraryJobs.ie the central location for Library and information jobs in Ireland and Librarian at the school of Celtic Studies at the Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies. Margaret talks about her early experience and road into the library profession, her time on the Academic and special librari ...…
 
I chat to Matt Budd, Library Assistant in a LIS for social workers at a Non-Departmental Public Body in London. Matt works with your eponymous (perhaps infamous) LwL host, so we discuss what it's like to work in a high-achieving two-person team, as well as his background and career story.
 
This week I chat to Ann and Emma from ZSL London Zoo Library @ZSLLibrary. The ZSL Library is one of the oldest and largest zoological libraries in the world and their collections are absolutely fascinating. Stuart from the ZSL press team sat in on the interview and it was organised by them with assistance from Emma, so he's the male voice you c ...…
 
Episode 6 - Innovation, Maintenance, Data Feminism and Digital Storytelling by No Librarians Allowed
 
In this episode, Carla and I discuss recent events related to the #MeToo movement, bias in algorithms, and critical digital literacy.
 
Our interview with Tanya Ball about Indigenous librarianship, technology, and the value of relationships.
 
I chat to Cassandra Gilbert-Ward, Assistant Librarian at the National Art Library which is at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Cassandra has had a varied career so far and has previous worked in prison, publishing house and academic libraries. We also discuss mental health, and work-life balance.…
 
I chat to David Clover, Head of User Engagement - Library and Learning Services at the University of East London.
 
I chat to Jane Secker, @jsecker, Senior Lecturer Educational Development at City University.Jane is Chair of the CILIP Information Literacy Group and co-runs the UK Copyright Literacy group.
 
I chat to Tom Roper, Clinical Librarian for Brighton and Sussex NHS Library and Knowledge Service. Tom has worked in a number of sectors - public, special, academic and health libraries to name a few - and is very pleased that his episode is being released on 1st May as the date appeals to both his trade unionist and folk music interests.…
 
In Episode 26 of the Librarians with Lives podcast I chat to Kathryn Parry, Development Manager for CILIP Cymru Wales. Kathryn is the organiser of the CILIP Cymru Wales Conference, which is taking place on 9th & 10th May in Aberystwyth. She is also a distance learner at Aberystwyth University. We discuss public libraries, access to information, ...…
 
I chat to Caitlin McCulloch @scaredycait, trainee academic liaison librarian at the University of Reading about graduate traineeships, early career moves, Sweet Valley High, and quite possibly the greatest dream library job ever...
 
Our conversation with Sam Popowich about his chapter in the 2018 book The Politics of Theory and the Practice of Critical Librarianship, as well as reflections on labour, time, and politics of libraries. For links to works referenced in this episode, go to our website: https://nolibrariansallowed.com/2018/04/01/episode3/…
 
I chat to Jenny Foster who has previously worked in public libraries and further education but has spent the last six years working in various facilities and customer service roles for university libraries. Most recently she has found herself at Edge Hill working to deliver a front line service across not just the library but student services a ...…
 
We sit down with designer, architect and humanist, Greg Whistance-Smith to reflect on the use of augmented reality in libraries and learning organizations.
 
Pilot of No Librarians Allowed podcast about technology in libraries.
 
I chat to Harry Wright, who, at time of recording was a Library Assistant in a public library in Oxford but will shortly be starting a new role at Friends House, London. We discuss graduate traineeships, moving between sectors, and outreach work.
 
I chat to Jen Bayjoo, (@epicbayj) Research Services Advisor in the Research Services Team at Leeds Beckett University.We discuss working in a university library but not as a liaison librarian, the infuriating inherent whiteness of the information profession, and deciding against Chartership.
 
I chat to Lucas Maxwell @lucasjmaxwell school librarian at Glenthorne High School and UK School Librarian of the Year 2017. SPOILER: This episode will make you want to work in a school library.Links:BookRiot: https://bookriot.com/author/lucas-maxwell/Booktrust: https://www.booktrust.org.uk/Glenthorne High School Library: http://glenthornelrc.bl ...…
 
This week I chat to Elle Codling, Rhiannon Williams and Hannah Smith, who are all current library trainees about graduate traineeships, pathways into the information profession, how they're enjoying their first library experiences, and their future plans. They also offer advice to people applying for traineeships.The Cambridge Trainees' blog: h ...…
 
AFTERBUZZ TV — The Librarians edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of The Librarians. In this episode hosts Yael Tygiel and Alexis Torres discuss episodes 12. THE LIBRARIANS: The Librarians is an American television series developed by John Rogers that is broadcast on TNT, premiering on December 8, 2014. It is a direct spin-off of The Lib ...…
 
This week I chat to Jo Cornish, Development Officer (Employers) at CILIP. We chat about her previous life in public libraries, outreach work with local charities, managing staff, qualifications, fellowship and baseball.
 
AFTERBUZZ TV — The Librarians edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of The Librarians. In this episode hosts Yael Tygiel and Alexis Torres discuss episode 11 with Dean Devlin & Christian Kane. THE LIBRARIANS: The Librarians is an American television series developed by John Rogers that is broadcast on TNT, premiering on December 8, 2014. I ...…
 
AFTERBUZZ TV — The Librarians edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of The Librarians. In this episode hosts Yael Tygiel and Briana Phipps discuss episodes 10. THE LIBRARIANS: The Librarians is an American television series developed by John Rogers that is broadcast on TNT, premiering on December 8, 2014. It is a direct spin-off of The Lib ...…
 
This week I chat to Michael Jones Assistant Library Manager at a 6th form college. We spent quite a bit of time discussing mechanisms for informal networking at conferences during the episode and its great to see that this is being taken more seriously by conference organisers. We could have chatted about films for ages (sound the Wittertainmen ...…
 
AFTERBUZZ TV — The Librarians edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of The Librarians. In this episode hosts Yael Tygiel and Alexis Torres discuss episode 9. THE LIBRARIANS: The Librarians is an American television series developed by John Rogers that is broadcast on TNT, premiering on December 8, 2014. It is a direct spin-off of The Libra ...…
 
This week I chat to Alisa Howlett, an award-winning information professional, currently working as the Coordinator for Evidence-Based Practice at the University of Southern Queensland. We chatted about weekly library lessons at school, being a recovering perfectionist, having an affinity for library work from a reasonably young age but not actu ...…
 
AFTERBUZZ TV — The Librarians edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of The Librarians. In this episode hosts Yael Tygiel and Alexis Torres discuss episode 8. THE LIBRARIANS: The Librarians is an American television series developed by John Rogers that is broadcast on TNT, premiering on December 8, 2014. It is a direct spin-off of The Libra ...…
 
This week I chat to Nick Poole, Chief Executive of CILIP. We discuss the acquisition of and access to knowledge and information, routes into the information profession, efforts to diversity and celebrate the workforce, living and working in the information age, "Librarian on Librarian Violence", being part of CILIP, professional ethics, and cel ...…
 
AFTERBUZZ TV — The Librarians edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of The Librarians. In this episode hosts Yael Tygiel and Alexis Torres discuss episodes 5 – 7. THE LIBRARIANS: The Librarians is an American television series developed by John Rogers that is broadcast on TNT, premiering on December 8, 2014. It is a direct spin-off of The ...…
 
In a change to the usual format, Michael Cook and I chat about running: how we started, what keeps us going, races we're done, and advice to others. We also get graphic about injuries, reminisce about 'Punishment runs' and compare awkward running styles. Follow the #Libraruns group on Twitter to see what we're up to now...…
 
Laura ends 2017 talking to Niamh O Sullivan. Niamh is the librarian & research officer with the Irish Blood Transfusion Service. Niamh talks about her career including work for the San Francisco Chronicle, time in an early tech company and in a range of information and research roles. Niamh shares insight into her current role and what she love ...…
 
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