Last month, Diane Rehm had a show dedicated to barefoot running (I noted it in my blog here.). Last night, I happened to hear another show called "To the Best of Our Knowledge", which had a feature on running. It wasn't all about barefoot running, but most of it was.
The first segment was an interview with Christopher McDougall, who told stories from Born to Run, and, of course, talked a bit about barefoot running. Then Gretchen Reynolds talked about health and running, including a response to the interviewer's question about barefoot running. Then Jason Robillard, a long-time barefoot ultrarunner discussed barefoot running. Finally, the presenter read selections from Haruki Murakami, a novelist and runner who never mentions running barefoot.
This is a thoroughly enjoyable program for any runner, barefoot or not. I downloaded the whole show from itunes; you can also stream it and find out more about the interviewees at the website, ttbook.org.