A brand new episode of the Ubuntu Podcast is now live on t’internet.

The latest episode sees hosts Alan Pope, Martin Wimpress and Mark Johnson discuss what they’ve been up to recently, give some love to the (awesome) Sound Converter app, and interview, er, me about, er, this site.

The Ubuntu Podcast is now in its tenth season  and it is, I think, one of the best Linux podcasts around. It’s good natured and informative, and the hosts mix topical discussion of key events in the open-source community with listener feedback, handy tips, and the occasional spot of silliness!

Better yet it’s the official Ubuntu podcast. And we all like official stuff, right?

Podcasts are ideal for the subway ride to work or the bus home from school and the Ubuntu Podcast delivers a short sharp shot of everything Ubuntu, weekly.

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You can enjoy the latest episode of the Ubuntu Podcast from this comfort of this very blog post. Just tickle the play button on the embed below to instantly start streaming the latest episode.


Last week’s episode of the podcast is also worth a listen (and not just because I’m also in it!). Topics discussed in S10E09 include the Windows 10 S and the Microsoft Surface Laptop, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS reaching EOL, and the  security vulnerability in Intel’s Active Management Technology.

Don’t see a audio player above? No worries; you’re probably reading this article on mobile, from our Android app, or via an RSS reader.You can download an mp3 of the latest episode from this link and for the previous weeks episode from this link.

You can also subscribe to Ubuntu Podcast on iTunes so that you never miss an episode:

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Alternatively, use the dedicated Ubuntu Podcast mp3 RSS feed or Ubuntu Podcast ogg RSS feed to receive new episodes as they’re published. You can (presumably — I am a podcast n0ob) use these feeds in conjunction with one of the hundreds of Android or iOS podcast apps that are out there.

Let me know what you think of the latest episode in the comments below. For more details on the Ubuntu Podcast do head over to their website.

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