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I'm currently trying to find interesting Cognitive Science related podcasts to follow. Only one I've found is You are not so smart. Does anyone know anything else? Preferably in English.

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Here are the ones I know about; there's much more about neuroscience than, say, theoretical or computational cognitive science, but a lot of the neuroscience podcasts cover cognitive science indirectly or partially.

All in the Mind--it's also neuroscience and mental health stuff (a lot of mental health stuff)

Brain Science Podcast--books about and interviews with researchers in neuroscience

Neuropod--Nature's neuroscience podcast

Neuroscene--"the future of neuroscience", mostly interviews or topical explorations

Naked Neuroscience--the neuroscience offshoot of Cambridge University's Naked Scientists

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I actually think this is a bit tougher than it sounds because of how broad cogsci is as a field. Not too long ago, I asked a similar question on twitter; to this end, here are the podcasts that I now regularly follow:

99% Invisible - A show about design, and the factors influencing it.

Lexicon Valley - Covers language from "pet peeves, syntax and etymology to neurolinguistics and the death of languages".

Brain Science Podcast - Mentioned in another answer. The host's in medicine, but the show discusses neuroscience and ow our brain makes us who we are.

Very Bad Wizards - One of my favourites. The product of a psychologist and a philosopher, sharing a marked inability to distinguish sacred from profane.

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I enjoy Brain Matters, it's very neuroscience based & full of interesting people

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In addition to what's mentioned above I quite like "Hidden Brain" and I'm starting one myself. It's early days and very high level, introductory stuff, and I'd like to get into the more philosophical side of CogSci soon.

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