Below is a list of public sociology, criminology and multi-disciplinary social sciences podcasts. These podcasts are primarily comprised of interviews with authors about current social sciences research or public lectures in the social sciences. Please note that by including these links, the University of Florida Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law does not necessarily endorse all content; instead, we hope to provide resources for our current professors and students and to promote public engagement with sociology and criminology.
The podcast for Contexts magazine features hour-long interviews with sociologists about recent research.
This British podcast tackles both quantitative and qualitative methodological issues and questions.
This podcast focuses on new sociology books and interviews with their authors.
In this podcast, host Matt Gunther interviews guest social scientists and discusses topics relevant to their research.
The official SAGE Criminology podcast features interviews with authors of recent articles and editorials.
SAGE Sociology presents interviews with authors on their current research and aims.
This podcast dives deep into discussions of social science theory.
Authors of articles featured in Sociology discuss their work with editors of the journal.
Professor John Girdwood provides public recordings of his lectures in sociology.
Features interviews with individual sociologists about recent research and their pedagogy.
A BBC Radio 4 podcast in which host Laurie Taylor interviews sociologists on their latest research and current events.
This podcast features discussions with a variety of social scientists on social, economic and health issues from the University Center for Social & Urban Research at the University of Pittsburgh.
Features brief interviews with social scientists using data from the UK Household Longitudinal Study.
Public lectures and discussions in criminology from the University of Oxford.
Lectures and interviews on current sociological research.