This is the second part of my podcast recommendation list. You can see the first part here.
Here at SharedBook, we started developing in agile methodologies from day one and I have found The Agile Toolkit Podcast to be a very good resource of interviews, conversations and panel discussions related to agile. Some of my favorites are: Peter Coffee's informative and inspiring keynote from the Agile 2006 Conference, Tim Lister's Introduction to Agile Leadership from the APLN (Agile Project Leadership Network) Leadership Summit at the Agile 2006 Conference, and an interview with Alistair Cockburn who talks among other things about the cost of communication which is very well known to us here.
Being part of SharedBook from its initial days has exposed me to the realm of entrepreneurship (although I'm not one, yet), so my second recommendation is Venture Voice which is a podcast about entrepreneurship with very interesting interviews with entrepreneurs who "made it." I also recommend listening to their Venture Voice Startup Workshop Coverage (part 1, part 2).
My last recommendation is Science Talk which is not technologically related, although technology is mentioned there from time to time. Science Talk is a weekly podcast produced by Scentific American and hosted by Steve Mirsky that explores the latest developments in science through interviews with scientists and journalists.
What podcasts do you listen to?