The latest are these:
- one with Matt Bauer on how mergers — like the Low/Back Merger, the loss of distinction between cot and caught — work in sound change. Or rather, it's maybe more about how they don't really work like people think.
- one with Pete Morton, British folksinger, interviewed by linguist Jonathan Roper from the University of Leeds. It's brilliant, must-hear material. If you're wondering why the Wisconsin Englishes Project is doing British dialects, ask the WEP guys, not me!