Podcasts For Your Travels Hitting the road today? Sitting in an airport? Want some joy in your kitchen? Hear a concert from Radiohead or a profile of Duke Ellington. Listen to the Kinks' Ray Davies' favorite songs or a country music big band. Have some company before the company arrives. Try a podcast from NPR Music.
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Podcasts For Your Travels

Hitting the road today? Sitting in an airport? Want some joy in your kitchen? Hear a concert from Radiohead or a profile of Duke Ellington. Listen to the Kinks' Ray Davies' favorite songs or a country music big band.

Have some company before the company arrives. Try a podcast from NPR Music — all the concerts, programs and sessions you didn't have time to listen to before.

Concerts:

Tom Waits, live from the Fox Theater in Atlanta, recorded July 5, 2008

Radiohead, live from the Santa Barbara Bowl, recorded August 28, 2008

The Beaux Arts Trio, live from the Tanglewood Music Festival, recorded August 19, 2008

Sleater-Kinney, live from the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., recorded August 3, 2006

Orchestra Baobab, live from the Birchmere in Alexandria, Va., recorded June 19, 2008

All Songs Considered Shows:

'The White Album' 40 Years Later

Guest DJ Ray Davies

Guest DJ: Will Sheff Of Okkervil River

1,000 Recordings To Hear Before You Die

Guest DJ Thom Yorke

The '80s: Were They Really That Bad?

Jazz Profiles:

Duke Ellington: Composer Part 1

Jay "Hootie" McShann: Kansas City Swingman

Anita O'Day: High Times And Hard Times

Favorite Sessions from KEXP:

Maldives: Country-Rock's Big Band

T-Model Ford: 'Jack Daniel Time!'

Thao Nguyen Can't Say That on the Radio

Thurston Moore: Not 'A Real Guitar Player'?

NPR Music Podcast

NPR Music Podcast from 11/5/08, featuring a remembrance of Yma Sumac and an interview with Waylon Jennings' daughter about his last recordings.

NPR Music Podcast from 11/12/08, featuring a profile of Miriam Makeba, a discussion of Obama hip-hop and a profile of a high-tech violin-maker.

NPR Music Podcast from 11/15/08, featuring an installment of What Makes It Great, on the Depression-era song "Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?"