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Here’s what the Pop Wood editors are listening to this fall. Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments!

Made for Profit

In this weekly podcast, Brad Rodriguez and John Malecki help you monetize your passion and achieve your business goals.



Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

Three different makers with different backgrounds talk weekly about creativity, design and making things with your bare hands.



The Modern Maker Podcast

Ben Uyeda, Chris Salomone, and Mike Montgomery discuss all things maker related in this weekly podcast.



Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast – Conversations Among Woodworkers

Focusing on building woodworking communities both online and locally across the country, this weekly podcast features Dyami Plotke, Sean Wisniewski, and Kyle Barton.



Northwest Woodworking Studio Podcast

This brief (usually less than 30 minute) weekly podcast features Gary Rogowski musing on woodworking in the modern age.


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  • markyourwaste

    I’m going to call foul on this one: the first three aren’t woodworking postcasts. They are maker podcasts where there is some woodworking.

    How about:
    The Dusty Life with Kyle Toth, Sean Rubino and Grant Burger. Funniest bunch of woodworkers out there. Check out Kyle’s turned stuff while you’re at it, wow.
    Against The Grain podcast with Justin DiPalma, Freddy Roman and Guy Dunlap. Three pros, lots of great content.
    And I know they are the competition and all, but Shop Talk Live is still a fantastic podcast.

    Props for calling out MWA and Northwest Woodworking, both fine products.

    • markyourwaste

      Oh also – Bob Rozaieski has recently decided to quit his podcast Hand Tools & Techniques, but he’s still hosting the files for over 50 episodes of great explanations of technique and answering listener questions on his site.

    • Collin Knoff

      Thanks for the feedback! We’re finding the line between “maker” and “woodworker” is blurring more each day, and as the title of our publication implies, we do try and follow what is popular in the world of woodworking. We are aware that bounds of woodworking are changing, and are doing our best to navigate that. Thanks again for your suggestions, we will definitely give them a listen.

  • Kyle Barton

    Thanks so much for highlighting the MWA Podcast!

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