If this feels like a repeat, then you might be living in that cool Star Trek: TNG episode where the ship blows up in the teaser! Or, it might be that the show's actually available now. :)
At the ALT.NET conference in Seattle last month, Scott Hanselman said he wanted to use the opportunity of all these people being physically together to do some unique podcasts. On my way off to party after the end of Saturday's talks, I received a phone call asking me to come back so we can do a "quick" podcast with all the .NET unit testing framework people. (Note to Future Brad: Hanselman's "it'll only take 20 minutes" means an hour, at least :) ).
The result was an interesting discussion about the evolution of unit testing on the .NET platform. I was there to represent xUnit.net; Charlie Poole was there to talk about NUnit; Jeff Brown was there to tell us about MbUnit and the Gallio test runner; and Roy Osherove was there discussing unit testing in general and the book he's writing, "The Art of Unit Testing".