This past summer as I started getting into more into podcasts, I discovered that the RSC had been podcasting since 2006, and quickly downloaded all episodes and started listening to them. They start out relatively short (around 10 to 15 minutes), but as the years progress, they start getting lengthier (but always remaining entertaining).
The weekly podcast is primarily about the RSC's life on the road, their shows - including the developing of their current production, The Complete World of Sports (Abridged) - and other theatre topics, including interviews with actors, technicians, and various people they encounter as they tour the country. It deals with the proverbial slings and arrows, if you will, of being a touring company and being an actor, writer, and/or director myself (even if for me it's all voluntary) makes it doubly fun for me.
However, Austin Tichenor, the primary person behind the podcast, is an admitted geek - and so there is also the occasional podcast on geeky topics like Kirk vs. Picard, the definition of geeks versus nerds, and other similar topics. Then, there are topics that are just of interest - interviews with authors, other podcasters, and even a nun.
I finally caught up with all the podcasts last week, and can say that there wasn't a single podcast that was boring or one I would skip if listened to again, and even have kept all the previous podcasts in case I do want to listen to them again.