For librarians of all stripes, Circulating Ideas is a regular podcast that, "facilitates conversations about the innovative people & ideas allowing libraries to thrive in the 21st century." This podcast is hosted by public librarian Steve Thomas, is supported by the University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science, and features interviews with library professionals across the United States. Each episode is approximately 45 minutes in length, and new episodes are released one to three times per month. Recent episodes include a conversation with Bonnie Tijerina of the Data & Society Institute about patron and data privacy; a conversation with Dr. Nathan Carpenter of the Illinois State University's School of Communication about social media literacy; and an interview with Jeffrey Davis, the branch manager of the San Diego Public Library and author of The Collection All Around: Sharing Our Cities, Towns, and Natural Places. All podcast episodes are accompanied by show notes, which include related resources that may be of interest.