This is one of those podcasts I'm so happy to have discovered part of me is frustrated I didn't find it sooner. So smart, so interesting, great writing. Thoughtful, lovely articles filled with sounds. They're not afraid to be beautiful or true. The May 10 episode is one of my favorites. The last story about the permaculture urban farm in Holyoke is, without question, the most inspiring story I've heard in a mighty long time.
Even if you don't listen to any other episodes, if you're interested enough in Living on Earth to read reviews the you owe it to yourself to listen the one on May 10.