Radio Derb has been on the air as a podcast since mid-2004. It's a once-a-week 30-to-50-minute commentary, usually posted late on Friday evening, covering news events from the week.
The podcast is hosted by VDARE.com (click on the Radio Derb tab at the top there).
Radio Derb (which is pronounced to rhyme with "verb," by the way) should definitely not be taken too seriously. I sometimes indulge myself in flights of fancy, attempt satire, or fall back on odd sound or music clips. I am sometimes rude about public figures, although only when they deserve it. However, it is a family show. There is no bad language, nothing that would bring a blush to a maiden's cheek, and nothing that a person of properly conservative temperament would find offensive … I think.
The show is assembled and produced at VDARE.com's sound studio on Long Island. Should you feel that there are technical shortcomings in the production quality, please don't hesitate to contact the webzine with your suggestions.
I maintain a running log of all Radio Derbs listing podcast number, date, duration, opening and closing music, number of segments, geniality, and a note if there is anything of interest. I haven't formatted this log as a web page; it's just an Excel spreadsheet, partial illustration here. You can probably download it from here. If that fails, send me an email care of VDARE.com and I'll email you back with a copy.
Listed below are links to all sound files and transcripts. In just one case (4/22/2011) I have a transcript but no sound file, I don't know why.
In June 2006, when I was podcasting under the National Review banner, the magazine tried an upgrade to vidcasting, and Derb TV was born. Alas, Derb TV died in infancy, I forget why. The three video clips that survive in my files are included here, with transcripts, at 6/20/06, 6/23/06, and 6/30/06.
I get occasional questions about the intro music for Radio Derb broadcasts. There is a note here.