I've got a bunch. After cutting the cord on my cable last year, I stream everything that I watch.
That habit is spilling into my listening habits as well. I have a long commute, not to mention long drives every month or two. The podcasts definitely help pass the time.
Here's a rundown of what I listen to:
BBC Global News
APM Marketplace (daily show on NPR that discusses the economy)
Backstory (great podcast that gives the "backstory" on all kinds of subjects)
Decode DC (non-partisan discussion of national politics and political issues)
Inquiring Minds (discussion of issues that involve science, politics and society)
NPR Fresh Air
NPR Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! (topical comedy show)
NPR Planet Money
NPR TED Radio Hour
ProPublica (interviews with reporters and information about the latest investigations into a wide variety of subjects)
RadioLab (science meets culture)
Stuff you should know (stuff you should know )
This American Life (insightful NPR show about things that happen to every day ordinary people)
Just a note, I've looked but haven't been able to find decent podcasts for the Reds and Bengals. I tried the links for Lance McAllister's podcasts, but they didn't work for me. If anyone has suggestions, I'd love to hear them.