This feed actually serves up two different programs. One is called "Jacobin Radio w/ Suzi Weissman," and the other is called "The Dig," which is hosted by Daniel Denvir.
"Jacobin Radio" is always excellent. It tends to run between 30 and 60 minutes and features a discussion of current events and political trends in America within a leftist analytical framework. Sometimes the limited time results in the exchanges being (or at least feeling) rushed, but the quality of the discussions is quite good and these episodes are always worth a listen.
"The Dig" tends to run longer, usually an hour minimum, sometimes up to 90 minutes. In rare cases, mega-episodes run longer that two hours. These episodes feature similar discussions to Jacobin Radio, but the subjects are usually different (as far as I know, there isn't any programming coordination between the two hosts, Suzi and Daniel). As with Jacobin Radio, the analysis of evets, trends and forces is from a leftist perspective, and is very informative and educational.
If you are eager to hear about the political events and personalities of the week from a leftist perspective, you can't miss out on these two podcasts. Additionally, there's extensive discussion of ongoing, as opposed to "flavor of the week," political, legal, and economic issues that affect American society, usually with a good amount of useful historical contextualization.
I have one small annoyance with "The Dig." Daniel is a good host, and clearly a very smart and committed guy, but he has a tendency to interrupt his guests, raising his voice to talk over them as he makes some particular point or adds clarifying information. It's well intentioned and not exactly rude, but it is impolite and can sometimes cause things to get disorienting. Listeners want to hear everyone's remarks, and it would be better if Daniel would hold back until there was a pause, or simply inteject with "allow me to add..." or something similar, before just charing ahead full speed to make his comments.