In bed before I sleep. Actually, it's kind of gotten to the point where I'll be laying there and I'll fall asleep listening to it about 30 minutes in, missing the rest of it. I usually don't listen to it the next day until I have to go to sleep again, doing the same thing. :/
The second I see Ryan tweet that it's up I grab the podcast, but I don't usually listen to it the next day. I generally listen while riding on the train, grocery shopping, cooking dinner, etc. until I run out of Bombcast for the week. The reason I make sure to grab it immediately is because I don't want to be running late in the morning and discover that it didn't download or sync the previous night after I'm out the door, which has happened before. It's my favorite podcast and I really look forward to it on Wednesday morning.
I run on the treadmill, or in the Winter shovel snow. That's why it's critical that they make the podcast good and loud and compressed (audio not data) so that I can hear it over my treadmill and shovel (especially when Jeff starts mumbling, which he does all the time.)
" During my commute to or from work.. or if I'm doing something boring at work like rotoscoping or some crap, I'll listen to it while I'm working. "Same here, but to and from classes at the university. And during the hours between classes and lunch :P
I download it to my phone and listen to it while traveling or at work. I work all over the country so I'm riding in a truck all the time and while I'm at work I'm usually sitting in a truck waiting a lot. It gives me plenty of time to listen to the podcast. Sometimes I wish it was longer because once its over all I have to listen to is NPR. Which I also love, but you can only listen to it for so long everyday.