1. THE WHOLE PERSON REVOLUTION
Inspired by creative service​

The pandemics have revealed a strange and frightening world, but there have been some silver linings — like this podcast. Produced by Breaking Ground, a collaborative “web commons” that brings together various faith-based voices and partners, host Anne Snyder interviews “those whose days are spent serving the common good from the crossroads of some of our most sensitive fault lines.” bit.ly/whole-person-rev


2. UNLIKELY CONVERSATIONS
Broaden your circle, broaden your mind

Recommended by Bill Cahoy, board chair at the Collegeville Institute, this podcast features interviews with writers, thinkers, scholars, and artists, bringing together people who might not normally find themselves in meaningful conversation. Season one featured multifaith dialogue and season two features the voices of writers of faith who are engaged in activism. bit.ly/collegeville-podcast


3. TEACHING IN HIGHER ED
Teachers learning from each other

Teaching is both art and science, and this popular podcast — with 250 episodes and 1.1 million downloads and counting — is all about helping professors become better teachers. It also addresses methods of increasing personal productivity. Recent episodes are “Misconceptions about Hyflex,” “Authentic Assignments,” and “Teaching as Listening.” bit.ly/teaching-higher-ed


4. ENGLEWOOD REVIEW OF BOOKS
Sharing the joy of reading

If you love to read and talk with friends about good books, you will appreciate this literary diversion. Listen to Toronto host and author Jen Pollock Michel as she interviews authors and contributors to the Englewood Review of Books about what they are reading and why. Fair warning! You may need another bookcase after listening. bit.ly/englewoodreview


5. THE PHILANTHROPY PODCAST
Learning from the best

This podcast explores joys, challenges, and new ideas in the world of philanthropy. It includes perspectives, advice, and encouragement from professionals, donors who support great causes, and others who bring wisdom to the subject. Topics include first visits, major gifts, raising funds in a #MeToo context and during a pandemic, and inspiring potential donors with your mission. bit.ly/philanthropy-pcast


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