Can't say enough good things about the radio show Open Source and its host, Christopher Lydon. Produced out of UMass Lowell and by Public Radio International, Open Source is a public dialogue of sorts, where we, the audience, can participate via the blog on current or upcoming show topics. (That's my interpretation--now sure how else to describe it.)
I love this show because often they devote a solid hour to poetry, art, and sociological and political issues. And, Chris Lydon's voice easy on the ears--no one turns a phrase quite like him.
So last week they did a show featuring poets Franz Wright and Fannie Howe. Also, a while back, they did a program on Poetry on the Web. You can listen to the audio file, download a podcast, or read the blog posts.
Whether you want to hear more pointed discussions on culture, or talk about the news abroad from different angles, Open Source is worth a listen. And if you want to hear more poetry and literature discussions, by all means tell them!