I am a late adopter when it comes to podcasts. I know they've been a thing for about 10 years now, but I have only had a smartphone for about the last 4 years and didn't warm up to really consuming media that way until recently. One day I downloaded a Pod Catcher for my Android and instantly started searching for toy podcasts. Surprisingly there aren't as many as I thought there were (at least through Stitcher). Talking Toys with Taylor and Jeff instantly stood out from what was available.
The basic format of the show is that they pick a classic toy line from the past and talk about it for an hour or so. They break each show up into sections and cover different aspects. There is an overview of what was available in the line, some insight into how they function and were made, their top 5 favorites and so on. They are up to 43 regular episodes, with a bunch of standalone episodes on individual Star Wars figures and Masters of the Universe figures.
The rapport between the two is fun and casual. That really makes it stand out from other podcasts I have listened to. It's a real easy listen, a nice balance between professional and natural.
This show is highly recommended to anyone that has an interest in the history of toys. I know it has broadened my horizons.