I have really enjoyed listening to this podcast since my first trimester. Its fun, the production quality is good, they are modern moms who have similar lifestyles that I do (living in a larger metropolitan area), they have (mostly) great interviews and great info/advice. I do suggest it to all my pregnant friends...with one word of caution...
For those who are committed/convicted to a no-intervention home, birth center or hospital birth, the majority of the women in this podcast don't have the same perspective. They talk about the birth/labor in a way that is just not in line with an all natural childbirth and isn't too encouraging to those of us who are going this route. They seem to doubt that childbirth can be (is!) a wonderful thing to look forward to and enjoy in the midst of the physical experience.
Sometimes I can ignore the negative/pro intervention talk regarding the labor and doctors, but there have been podcasts that I have had to stop and not listen to because of the way they talk about labor discomfort and interventions.
If you are nervous about the labor, then definitely read the names of each episode and avoid the ones regarding labor.
Also - especially for people who aren't sure which route to go, I HIGHLY suggest doing your own research, talking to women who have had a natural childbirth with little to no intervention rather than take these (well intending) ladies' advice on that. EVERYONE should read Ina May's Guide to Childbirth - the stories are so encouraging!
I do like listening to the birth stories, but I really have to be discerning and shut out a lot of what the women say.
With all that said, I do continue to listen, and the majority of it is fun and informative. San Diego seems to have amazing childbirth resources - I'm jealous!