As usual with BlogTalk Radio, poor sound predominates and no one seems to know how to use things like limiters, compressors, or even simple microphone level adjustment.
To complement this, Pagan Musings is uniformly awful. Ill-informed hosts with meandering non-questions babble on and on for literally hours, interspersed with spates of bad music. The hosts seem blissfully unaware of how deeply annoying vocal mannerisms, such as mumbling and smacking the lips, can be in just a few seconds of attempted listening, never mind the two-plus hours most of these podcasts inexplicably demand of the listener.
The podcasts do not offer any particular insight into Paganism. They seem to have been made for the podcasters' friends and family more than anything else, with a high level of unprofessionalism. The idea of having a podcast - particularly one that is offered in a medium like iTunes - is a unique opportunity. Hosts should strive to use the best technology available to them to achieve the best sound possible. They should go "on the air" prepared and knowledgeable - about their guests, about their stories, and about their subjects. They should, above all, be interesting and entertaining. None of that happens here.