Canada's national French language public radio Radio-Canada has a science show, Les années lumière.
Every episode has some standard segments, including Doc / Post-Doc, which is an interview with a doctoral or post-doctoral researcher.
For February 21, 2016 the researcher was Dominique Roche, specifically about his research on Policies and practices surrounding data archiving and sharing.
You can see his academic home page at Université de Neuchâtel: http://www2.unine.ch/ethol/lang/en_GB/dominique_roche
and his Twitter is @dom_roche
Relevant papers on this topic are:
- Data deposition: Fees could damage public data archives - Nature 502, 171 - doi:10.1038/502171a - Published online
- Troubleshooting Public Data Archiving: Suggestions to Increase Participation - Roche DG, Lanfear R, Binning SA, Haff TM, Schwanz LE, Cain KE, et al. (2014) Troubleshooting Public Data Archiving: Suggestions to Increase Participation. PLoS Biol 12(1): e1001779. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001779
- Public Data Archiving in Ecology and Evolution: How Well Are We Doing? - Roche DG, Kruuk LEB, Lanfear R, Binning SA (2015) Public Data Archiving in Ecology and Evolution: How Well Are We Doing? PLoS Biol 13(11): e1002295. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002295
Here is a direct link to a web page that should take you to the specific audio segment, but it requires Flash for playback on desktop computers.
An easier option may be to go to the audio segment in the podcast. It runs from approximately 36:02 to approx. 43:13.
- direct MP3 link
- general podcast feed link (you'll have to pick the right episode)
- iTunes general podcast link (you'll have to pick the right episode)
- iTunes specific episode podcast link (note that this doesn't always work)