Inside Mac Radio, which broadcasts on Saturdays from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM Pacific time (4:00 PM to 6:00 PM Eastern) both online and over radio station 1220 AM in the San Francisco Bay Area, now has its Jan. 29 show available. Host Scott Sheppard talked to Apple product managers Greg Scallon, who discussed Apple’s new iLife ’05 software package, and Xander Soren, who explained what’s new in the latest version of GarageBand. In addition, Sheppard brought in PocketMac vice-present Tim Goggin, who covered his company’s recently-released Pocketmac for RIM Blackberry synchronization software.
Goggin was joined by Desmond Crisis, who was just hired by Inside Mac Media Inc., which produces Inside Mac Radio, as vice-president of development and as a correspondent. The show also featured senior Mac technologist Sam Levin’s Cool Expo Picks, Part 2, as well as Tips and Tricks OSXFAQ editor Adrian Mayo and iPod export and correspondent Laura Burstein.
The Gamesome Mac, which broadcasts on Mondays from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Pacific time (9:00 PM to 11:00 PM Eastern), also has an archive of its last show available online. On Jan. 31, hosts Omaha Sternberg and David Finley spoke with Glenda Adams, director of Mac and PC development at Aspyr Media, and Kevin Miles and Jon Crossland of The Gravy Factory, which sells apparel aimed at “gamers and geeks.”
Tonight on Your Mac Life, host Shawn King brings in Paul Sahner of DV Graphics, a student-run design company, Roku CEO and founder Anthony Wood and Circus Ponies’ Elizabeth Statmore, who talks about the company’s NoteBook software. In addition, he’ll give away an iPod mini and an iPod shuffle. As always, MacCentral and Macworld magazine’s Peter Cohen will also drop in to dispense the latest Mac gaming news. The show is Webcast Wednesdays from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM Pacific time (8:30 PM to 11:00 PM Eastern) as either a live video stream or an audio feed.
This Thursday, Mac Night Owl hosts Gene and Grayson Steinberg talk to MacWindows.com’s John Rizzo, Macworld and PlayList magazines’ Dan Frakes and Startly Technologies’ Eric Roccasecca, who reveals details about QuicKeys X3. You can listen in from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Pacific time (9:00 PM to 11:00 PM Eastern), with an archive available within eight hours of the broadcast.