University & College Podcasts – Free Educational Podcasts

in Podcast Articles and Resources | October 2nd, 2006


Below you will discover podcast collections created by leading universities. Also be sure to see our online collection of Free Courses.

  • American University – Washington College of Law iTunes Feed Web Site
    • An eclectic collection of legal podcasts.
  • Boston College iTunes Web Site
    • A diverse collection of lectures from across the BC campus. Just load onto your iPod and you’re good to go.
  • Bowdoin College iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Lectures from Bowdoin. Note: many of the lectures are internally focused and not strictly academic. You can see a webpage providing more information on Bowdoin’s offering here.
  • Brown University Feed Web Site
    • A new collection that so far largely internally focused.
  • Cambridge University iTunes RSS Web Site
    • A broad collection that has some good depth in the sciences.
  • Carnegie Mellon iTunes Web Site
  • Collège de France iTunes Feed Web Site
  • Columbia University
  • Dartmouth College
    • Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Center for Digital Strategies iTunes Feed Web Site
      • Radio Tuck brings you ground-breaking digital interviews, straight from the business leaders of today.
  • Duke University iTunes Feed Web Site
  • Ecole normale supérieure (Diffusion des saviors) Feeds & Web Site
    • Most of these presentations are in French. To access these them on iTunes, please go to this page and simply click on any of the individual links and iTunes will automatically launch. Or, alternatively, you can cut and paste any of these links into your own podcatcher.
  • Emory University iTunes Web Site
  • Georgetown University
    • Georgetown University Forum iTunes Feed Web Site
      • A weekly radio program highlighting the research and expertise of Georgetown University faculty.
    • Georgetown Law iTunes Feed Web Site
  • Harvard University
    • Harvard@Home Web Site
      • Harvard@Home provides the Harvard community and the broader public educational offerings through Web-based video programs.
    • Harvard Business Review
      • HBR IdeaCast iTunes Feed
        • From the Harvard Business School Press and the Harvard Business Review, this podcast features leading thinkers in the business and management world.
    • Harvard Extension School  iTunes
      • Understanding Computers iTunes Feed Web Site
        • A good introduction to the inner-workings of computers and the internet.
    • The Berkman Center for Internet & Society iTunes Feed Web Site
      • MediaBerkman “features conversations with and talks by leading cyber-scholars, entrepreneurs, activists, and policymakers as they explore topics such as the factors that influence knowledge creation and dissemination in the digital age; the character of power as the worlds of governance, business, citizenship and the media meet the internet; and the opportunities, role and limitations of new technologies in learning.”


  • Haverford College – Classic/Ancient Texts iTunes Web Site (see site for feeds)
    • Haverford College, a very fine liberal arts college, has assembled a collection of key Latin and Ancient Greek texts which are read out loud. The best way to access this collection is through Haverford’s website, for which I have included a link above.
  • Johns Hopkins
    • General Collection iTunes Feed Web Site
      • A diverse and growing collection of podcasts coming out of Johns Hopkins.
  • Lehigh University iTunes Web Site
  • Lewis & Clarke Law School Podcast iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Podcasts of speakers and events.
  • London School of Economics Feed Web Site
    • A varied and promising collection.
  • McGill iTunes
    • Podcasts from one of Canada’s finest institutions.
  • MIT
    • MIT General Collection iTunes Web Site
      • MIT on iTunes U contains video and audio files of MIT faculty lectures, public lectures, and community events. Most of the files contained here can also be found in MIT’s extensive OpenCourseWare project.
  • Northwestern University iTunes
    • A new/small collection, but it should get more robust over time.
  • Notre Dame
  • Ohio State
  • Oxford University iTunes RSS Web Site
    • A general collection of podcasts from the university that has brought us William Gladstone, Oscar Wilde, C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, Richard Dawkins, and Stephen Hawking.
  • Princeton University iTunes Feed Web Site
    • A solid collection of well-known speakers. Only individual lectures to date.
  • Stanford University
    • Stanford University – General Collection iTunes Web Site
      • Individual lectures from across the university, including many guest speakers, such as the Dalai Lama.
    • Stanford Law School: Center for Internet and Society iTunes Web Site
      • These technology-focused lectures are given by a diverse group of faculty, many from universities other than Stanford.
    • Stanford Law School: Program in Law, Science & Technology iTunes Web Site
      • This program, based at Stanford Law School, focuses on the role that science and technology play in the national and global arenas. The issues discussed in these podcasts will interest students, legal professionals, business people, government officials, and the public at large.
    • Stanford Technology Ventures Program: Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders iTunes Feed Web Site
      • A series of weekly lectures on entrepreneurship jointly sponsored by several programs at Stanford.
  • Swarthmore College iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Lectures by faculty from one of the country’s finest liberal arts schools.
  • Université Paris IV – Sorbonne
  • University of California – Berkeley iTunes Web Site
    • This is the most extensive collection of educational podcasts out there. Features a host of full-fledged courses. Titles include:
  • University of California – Davis
  • UCLA
    • Burkle Center Podcasts Feed Web Site
      • The Burkle Center for International Relations fosters research on the role of the United States in global security, military, political, social and economic affairs
    • Bruincast Web Site
      • UCLA posts here a series of webcasts of current UCLA courses. Although most are password protected, there are some interesting courses open to the public.
  • UCSF iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Features continuing medical education podcasts from one of America’s leading medical schools.
  • University Channel iTunes Audio iTunes Video Audio Feed Video Feed Web Site
    • Princeton has assembled a collection of public affairs lectures, panels and events from academic institutions all over the world. You can find podcasted lectures here from some of the world’s leading thinkers.
  • University of Arizona iTunes Web Site
  • University of Chicago
    • Center for International Studies iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Graduate School of Business iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Law Faculty Talks iTunes Feed Web Site
    • The Arabic Circle iTunes Feed
      • The University of Chicago’s Center for Middle Eastern studies offers weekly lectures in Arabic that include social, cultural and academic investigations of the Arabic speaking world. Students will find it handy for practicing their comprehension.
  • University of Glasgow
    • Kant’s Epistemology iTunes Web Site
      • An 11-episode course on the philosopher, Immanuel Kant, and his theories on how we think/understand/learn.
  • University of Maine iTunes Web Site
  • University of Melbourne iTunes Feed Web Site
    • A podcast of research, personalities and cultural offerings at the University of Melbourne
  • University of Pennsylvania (General Collection) iTunes Web Site
    • Wharton School (Business)
      • Knowledge@Wharton Audio Articles iTunes Feed Web Site
        • Lectures/speeches from major faculty and business leaders presented at Wharton, one of the finest b-schools in the country.
  • University of Southern California iTunes Web Site
  • University of Sydney Feed Web Site
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Vanderbilt University iTunes
    • A robust collection of lectures on diverse subjects.
  • Wellseley College iTunes Web Site
  • Yale University iTunes Feed
    • Individual lectures available to date, many by Yale’s leading thinkers..

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  1. Mark Leaman says . . .
    November 27, 2006 / 9:24 am

    Would be nicer to link to pages at the schools displaying all their iTunes podcast material. Many of these schools have multiple podcasts in iTunes. For example, Bowdoin has a full podcast web page linking to Athletics, Music and other pocasts.

  2. Ben says . . .
    December 18, 2006 / 7:50 am

    Univ of Wisconsin-Madison also has its Physiology 335 course on iTunes (into to Human Physiology).

  3. Eric Blue says . . .
    December 19, 2006 / 4:44 pm


    This is a really comprehensive list. I started compiling a list of learning/research/education related links back in Sept. I’ll definitely add your site for my next update.

  4. Andrew Bonamici says . . .
    December 30, 2006 / 2:07 pm

    At the University of Oregon, we are building a site for streaming video & audio called the UO Channel. See

    At this time, the content is mainly historical video and high-profile guest lectures. I anticipate more course content and download options in the future.

    Best wishes,

    Andrew Bonamici, UO Libraries

  5. N. Farr says . . .
    January 8, 2007 / 8:58 am

    AWESOME! Please keep it up to date. Cheers.

  6. January 19, 2007 / 9:27 pm

    If only I could get some of them to pick up my show, too :)

  7. bluefin says . . .
    January 21, 2007 / 6:50 am

    Apart from the Universities listed here, the BBC has some great factual podcasts, eg
    or TED talks are great at

  8. Carl Franklin says . . .
    January 21, 2007 / 7:58 am

    Don’t forget Hanselminutes (

  9. Paul Hsieh says . . .
    January 21, 2007 / 8:26 am

    Thought this video might be of interest to some people:

    Its a proof that there are infinitely many primes.

  10. sentinel says . . .
    January 21, 2007 / 10:13 am

    This appears to be just a funnel for the iTunes store

  11. DH C says . . .
    January 21, 2007 / 10:32 am

    A funnel to itunes? We’ve posted the rss feeds when available. Is there something more that you’d like us to do?

  12. mike says . . .
    January 21, 2007 / 1:04 pm

    Funnel for iTunes – darned it! Get more (ALL) of the shcols to ‘get with the program’ set up real RSS/ATOM feeds. iTunes isn’t the only game on the block! Let’s separate out the the “iTunes-casts” and have listings of open PodCasts.

  13. Doug says . . .
    January 23, 2007 / 5:01 pm

    Nice collection. Thanks.

    An addition?

    Caltech’s “streaming theater” of lectures and such. (And no itunes!)

  14. karen says . . .
    January 24, 2007 / 11:53 pm

    Looks like Purdue is no longer offering Boilercasts to the general public.

  15. Samuel McLaughlin says . . .
    January 26, 2007 / 5:02 am

    Wow, there sure are a lot of complainers. It’s not like you even have a banner or anything. Screw all those people. I loved the site, and I’ve downloaded many podcasts off of it. Great work, guys! Thanks a lot!

  16. Alanalew says . . .
    February 10, 2007 / 9:31 pm

    There are some of us who podcast for our university classes without going through any formal university podcast website. My podcast, which relates to several classes I teach at Northern Arizona University, is found at:

    A colleague in Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia does something similar at:

    And a new one that just started at the Dublin Institute of Technology at:

    I will post a link to this page on my blog at:



  17. Leon says . . .
    February 26, 2007 / 3:20 pm

    One can find a lot of education podcasts links in a new site Learn On The Go – education & learning podcast directory – This site contains carefully selected educational and instructional podcasts covering wide variety of topics and aims to promote the use of audio and video podcasting learning materials for personal and professional development.

  18. Surendar Chandra says . . .
    March 2, 2007 / 9:41 pm

    Great site. Another addition; at the University of Notre Dame, we have Operating Systems (Spring 2006 – and Sprint 2007 – and Multimedia Systems (Fall 2006 – podcasts. Thanks

  19. sergio says . . .
    March 5, 2007 / 5:49 am

    Is there a way to actually transform itunes links into feeds, or to import them some how without having to install the itunes software?
    Thanks in advance…

  20. bendrix says . . .
    March 11, 2007 / 5:01 pm

    I’m a wandering podcaster/portable media specialist in NYC – I noticed the outburst of educators back in 2005 when I was getting a ton of hits from Washington University, and Nebraska and Penn – I thought something was strange that all these students were watching and listening to my shows, but come to find out months later they were merely studying it. Very cool tactic indeed… now i’m studying them to see whats next :)))

    this list is awesome thanks

  21. David Brake says . . .
    March 20, 2007 / 5:51 am

    This should really be on a wiki so others can help keep it up to date. Meanwhile I would just add that the London School of Economics has a podcast feed as does the U of Indiana School of Library and Information Science

  22. April 8, 2007 / 5:20 am

    Great Post..I really appreciate your effort..

  23. David B. Miller says . . .
    June 7, 2007 / 6:23 am

    For podcasts that are course enhancements rather than coursecasts, check out these UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT podcasts:

    iCube: Issues In Intro (General Psychology at The University of Connecticut
    Web Site:

    Animal Behavior Podcasts
    Web Site:

  24. Diane says . . .
    June 7, 2007 / 9:42 am

    Check out David Arendale’s site from University of Minnesota:

  25. Tom Abbott says . . .
    June 11, 2007 / 6:10 am

    Hi there,

    At Warwick we have a large archive of interviews with academics on a wide range of topics, plus a history of symmetry with Ian Stewart and a regular review of Shakespearean research:

    All of these are in iTunes too.


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    June 25, 2007 / 1:52 am

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  27. gidon says . . .
    July 31, 2007 / 12:14 am

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    Do you have a pod cast of Stephen Levitt on Freakanomics I can use in my Engish Cop class?

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  99. Mark says . . .
    February 10, 2017 / 10:59 am

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