Turiasaurus still holds record for largest sauropod forelimb other than Brachiosaurus/Giraffatitan (in Spanish)
Dinosaurs vs. Whales: What Is the Largest Animal of All Time?
Terrifying theropod Sue
What will future paleontologist find when most species that disappear today will leave no trace in the fossil record?
What Sort of Animal is Gephyrostegus?
Some recent and not so recent podcasts:
David Button from the University of Birmingham, about the techniques palaeontologists use to deduce diet from fossils, including dinosaurs
Ronny Rößler, director of the Museum für Naturkunde Chemnitz, about Chemnitz Permian petrified forest in Germany
I Know Dino podcasts from 2015
Not yet mentioned on the DML are archived audio interviews with paleontologists
These are also being posted on YouTube.
Jim Kirkland about Utahraptor
Phil Currie about Tarbosaurus (with transcript)
Pete Larson about Tyrannosaurus
Jack Horner about Maiasaura
Anthony J. Martin about Oryctodromeus (with transcript)