The Philosopher's Zone is one of the excellent Australian podcasts that I listen to regularly. The episode of January 12, 2007, is especially relevant to our recent discussion of embodied intelligence. Host Alan Saunders interviews Matt Carter , author of Minds and Computers: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence.
Their conversation is a good brief introduction to some of the issues of philosophy of mind, the relevance of the computational theory of the mind (introduced in Brain Science Podcast #15), and the importance of embodiment to the field of artificial intelligence.
If anyone has already read this book, I would love to hear your feedback and impressions.