About 80% to 85% of the topics are pretty interesting, in my opinion, and with so very many episodes it's easy for the listener to find something that strikes his fancy. Dont expect much in the way of presentation, though. Mr. Hageman just doesn't sound very interested. I'm sure that's not really the case, but I find the dull monotone of his reading to be distracting. In fact, it's so clear that he's reading from print that maybe he ought to find a podcast on broadcasting or podcasting. (Pro Tip: Put a picture of someone you know on your desk, and read as if your speaking to that person. It really helps.) The sound quality isn't very good either, but I suppose free podcasts can't always finance high-quality equipment.
Still, lots of good material in here.
UPDATE: I just learned from an article printed in the Wall Street Journal fro 2006 that George is only about 24 years old as of the writing of this review. Given that, I say let's cut him some slack while he learns the ropes researching and broadcasting. I'll revisit my rating once I've listened to the full backlog of podcasts, to comare old and new.