I have been listening to the following podcasts over the last few days.
The Covenant of Works: How this one theological concept is essential to understanding the Bible, the Gospel, the life of Christ and the doctrine of justification. Its long history in reformed theology. Why it’s gone missing in popular evangelical theology. Why some people are resistant to it.
Just Thinking Podcast
Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker get very personal by sharing with listeners their respective experiences of how God, in His providence, led them from Pentecostalism and Arminianism to Reformed theology and the Doctrines of Grace.
Dispensationalism (13-Part MP3 Discussion Series) I am now on session #3 where Rob McKenzie and Bob Tarullo of the Reformed Forum begin a series of episodes on the subject of Dispensational Theology.
Church History (MP3 Lecture Series) by James White (just began this series)
This lecture series by James White on church history began in early 2016 and continues. After 55 lectures, White has now reached to the time of Martin Luther. https://www.monergism.com/church-history-mp3-lecture-series
Grace to You Pulpit
Understanding Christian Freedom, a sermon by John MacArthur
Renewing Your Mind with R. C. Sproul
The Fruit of Self-Control: Love is always in conflict with human pride. From his series Keeping in Step with the Spirit, R.C. Sproul shows that pride is devastating and destructive to the human heart.
Extra: Not a podcast but I am listening to Cormac McCarthy's "No Country for Old Men" on CD when I drive to work.