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Similar to Bedside rounds, a podcast I would thoroughly recommend is Sawbones, a marital tour of misguided medicine - covering not only historical issues or developments in healthcare but more recent misguided medicine or controversial/current topics such as the alkaline diet and vaping as well. A podcast by a family medicine practitioner in USA joined by her husband as a layperson commentator.
In addition; "Two paeds in a pod" gives a useful overview of topics for paediatrics on a wider scale than just medicine, taking in the whole of the MDT and discussing topics such as baby loss awareness week.