Steve James of Guru Viking and I did an audio/video podcast (Episode 14) covering a range of topics in early 2019.
I was interviewed on the Propane Fitness Podcast about Metrics for Meditation and other fun topics.
Michael Taft on Deconstructing Yourself and I had the following enjoyable and hopefully helpful discussions on podcasts:
I am creating a new series of Vimeo Videos:
The Ñana Graphs Explained which discusses graphs of the stages of insight
The Ñanas and Jhanas Mind Map Explained which is a good start on basic mapping
Nirodha Samapatti which is a pretty advanced topic
Vipassana, the Six Sense Doors, and the Three Characteristics with this one being a good starting place
Here is an interview at Meaning of Life TV with Robert Wright. Here's the second interview there. Here's the third interview.
Here is an interview on Cosmic Tortoise that covers a lot of fun topics.
Here is an interview I did on BBC Radio 4 with Joylen Jenkins on Out of the Ordinary about the Dark Night.
Here’s an interview on Buddha at the Gas Pump with Rick Archer from June, 2014.
Here is a list of Buddhist Geeks podcasts in which I have participated:
Buddhist Geeks 356: A Pragmatist's Take on the Powers, talk from Buddhist Geeks 2014
Buddhist Geeks 302: Mental Illness and the Dark Night, with Dr Willoughby Britton
Buddhist Geeks 267: It's a Jungle In There, a recording of the talk I gave at Buddhist Geeks 2012
Here's a transcript of part of an interview I did with Vince at Buddhist Geeks:
In February of 2009, I invited several people to my house in Alabama, aka Hurricane Ranch, for a long weekend of discussion, sharing, and practice. Included in this group were several members of the Dharma Overground, as well as some older dharma buddies. Fortunately, while we were having tons of great dharma discussions we recorded one of them and it is available here for download. In this discussion we covered several different topics, but the main theme of the talk was "Getting it Done versus Doing It." Participating in this conversation were Hokai Sobol, Kenneth Folk, Vince Horn, Mr. T. G., and myself. The 2 hours of this conversation are split into 3 parts.