10 best woodworking podcasts

Woodworking is an interesting craft, but a hard one for many. Woodworking has seen huge development. Back in history, woodworking was a necessity for human survival, so it was very very important to be a master at it. 

Today, there are still people that have woodworking careers, but their number is reducing more and more over time. Nowadays, people consider woodworking as a hobby. I won’t lie it’s pretty interesting learning how to craft things with your own hands. That’s why woodworking is loved by many people.

Many of these woodworking lovers, don’t have experience with it and are always seeking new information. TV shows and youtube videos are great options for that cause but they demand all your focus on the video. 

While podcasts are much more “free”. Many people listen to them when they work, work out, eat, etc. You can listen to a podcast anytime you want.

Woodworking podcasts are no different. You can even listen to them while you are crafting your wooden masterpiece. Woodworking podcasts talk about tools, techniques, projects on the bench, and much more. They also answer the audience’s questions (QnA’s).

That’s all great but most of us want to get entertained and at the same time learn. Many podcasts fail to do this. But there are podcasts that are entertaining and at the same time educational.

These are the kind of podcasts we will talk about in this article. 

We will talk about the top 10 woodworking podcasts.

  1. Wood Talk podcast

Wood Talk is probably the most famous woodworking podcast out there. If you are not familiar with it yet, you should definitely go check it out. The hosts Marc Spagnuolo, Shannon Rogers, and Matt Cremona are professionals and you can trust their word.

They have an entertaining way of discussing topics while they provide you with the latest news, tips, and tricks from the world of woodworking. They also answer your questions so you can learn as much as possible.

  1. The Modern Maker podcast

The Modern Maker Podcast is a weekly podcast about making things by hand. From wood to concrete, to leather, the hosts Ben Uyeda, Chris Salomone, and Mike Montgomery chat about what it’s like to be a “Maker” in its current state.

This trio is always up to something new so you will NEVER get bored listening to them. They are funny, quirky and their conversations are always fun.

  1. The Woodpreneur podcast

They cover the business and marketing side of the sawmill, tree service, furniture making, Urban Wood, and the woodworking industry. If you’re a woodworker, sawmill owner, or any other entrepreneur and/or business owner in the wood industry, you need to check out this podcast. 

Each week, they interview business owners, large-scale companies, entrepreneurs, makers, and designers while also offering marketing and business advice that will help you grow your business and increase your profits. Tune in every Thursday!

  1. Makers, Figuring It Out

Are you new to the maker community? Are you a novice? Are you a veteran maker? Are you curious about how to get started in the community? This is the right place for you.

On this show, there are guest makers that range from the seasoned maker to the newbie and everywhere in between. Every episode will be different and will have a topic based on our guest’s expertise. 

They want to know what their experiences are and have been, when did they start? How did they start? What were their struggles? and many more questions and answers.

  1. Another Woodshop podcast

2 out of the 3 hosts are woodworkers and content creators trying to make woodworking their full-time job. They love having fun and laughing while teaching you about their favorite ( your favorite too) craft. Conversations are always engaging and fun.

You should definitely check them out if you haven’t already.

  1. CLAMP

Your hosts, Adam Mackey, Grant Alexander, and Morley Kert delve into all the aspects of the maker life. Whether it’s woodworking, leatherworking, digital fabrication, or even just how to get the creative juices flowing, they chat about it on the show. 

So, join them every week while they talk about creating, living, and making (and potentially too many puns about clamps).

  1. Live Edge

Live Edge with 731 Woodworks. Our goal is to help you grow your woodworking business and skills. The hosts will discuss a variety of woodworking topics to help you grow your woodworking skills and business. 

They always have a lot of fun and interacting with the woodworking community taking questions during the live feed! Join them weekly!

  1. The Woodworking Network Podcast

The Woodworking Network Podcast with Will Sampson dives into the details of running a successful woodworking business. Will discusses everything from bidding and estimating costs, technology, customer service, and best practices, to government regulations and tariffs. 

He also regularly conducts guest interviews with industry leaders and experts.

  1. Woodshop 101 podcast

The Woodshop 101 Podcast is geared towards the weekend woodworker providing tips, tricks, and laughs. The show is hosted by Jeremy Crawford, Drew Short, and Sam Wooddell. 

Collectively the three personalities work well together bringing different perspectives, levels of experience combined with funny stories to audiences each week.

 Every week they spotlight a different guest host, make product recommendations, talk about current projects, and answer audience questions.

  1. ShopNotes podcast

Join them every week for woodworking inspiration and fun. Hosts John Doyle, Logan Wittmer, and Phil Huber from Woodsmith magazine share what they’re working on, lessons learned, shop stories, and behind-the-scenes news at Woodsmith. Be on the lookout for special interviews and answers to listener questions.

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