So, I currently have a temporary position at a company that shall remain nameless, which allows me to listen to my mp3 player (which won't remain nameless for reasons I'll expand on in a moment) during my shift. So as you might imagine, I've been exploring podcasts a lot lately. I've run across several I enjoy, some of which are religious in nature, and I thought I should probably add them to my list of reviews, in case others are also looking for audio content.
So, Day1 is a website that's fairly well known among the clergy I know, and it turns out they have a podcast. Their website has a lot of sermons, based on the RCL, from various mainline Protestant pastors. Once a week, they do what they call their "Radio Broadcast" (I dunno, perhaps it does go on the radio somewhere, but the Christian radio stations I know wouldn't touch it) and that is available for free online: http://day1.org/weekly_broadcast It is also available for free on iTunes, which outs my mp3 player as an iPod.
I've looked at the Day1 website on a regular basis while prepping sermons for some years now, and I've been listening to this podcast for a few weeks. Each sermon I've heard has been brilliantly written and stirringly preached. There's also a time before we hear the sermon when we hear the pastor talk a bit about their context, history, and current charity work and ministry, and then a time afterward when we hear about their preparation process. Also, the text the sermon is written on is always read, by the pastor, before the sermon as well.
All in all, it's a wonderful resource, and I've found it devotional as well as good background for sermon prep. I would absolutely suggest it to both pastors and lay Christians who are looking for a little extra reflection on the week's reading. I hope you find it helpful!