"The mission of the Old Time Radio Researchers Group is to accurately preserve classic old time radio series from the past in order for future generations to enjoy them."
Radio Shows based on books, or using books as jumping-off points for dramatic versions. Seems to be a lot of Agatha Christie.
Jeff Sarwer was the intimidating 8-year-old chess prodigy who drew against Josh Waitzkin to share a US Junior Chess championship title (the basis for the dramatic finale in the film "Searching for Bobby Fischer"). He's a professional poker player now.
Jennifer Shahade also interviewed him for the USCF website a few years ago: http://www.uschess.org/index.php/January/Lost-and-Found-An-Interview-with-Jeff-Sarwer.html
A list of EE podcasts
Across The Board: a series of interviews conducted by Dominic Lawson over a game of chess
I grew up listening to Jim Copp Tales.
Sam started the process of making semiconductors in his garage 1.5 years ago.
I use Asciidoc/Asciidoctor to write all my weblog posts here and at https://americancynic.net
An Interview with IC designer Jørgen Jakobsen, formerly of Ericsson. Talks a bit about the hearing aid industry; lots of links in the description.