I really don't know any podcasts, since I haven't listened a single one during my stay on the game (which is couple of years). Perhaps someone else may help you with this.
And with todays cardpool, in my opinion there really isn't any deckbuilding basics anymore, except these: Remember to pack some ICE/breakers and economy. That is basically it for me. Of course Weyland is famous for its tag'n'bag and nowadays NBN is just giving tags like they are going out of style (mostly accompanied with Scorched or Boom). Also NBN has ton of ICE taking advantage of those tags.
I myself don't like the NBN tag approach, so I have made several decks without any tagging. Also I have won a lucky victory against tag'n'tag NBN with over 36 tags on me! The ICE just gave me more tags, but didn't stop me on my way to the R&D. Mostly those games end up me dead or opponent scoring super-duper-advanced project Beale.
One more thing about deckbuilding: Know what you have! It is somewhat sad to watch a new player trying to find a certain card (lets say Levy), and rummaging through his whole deck not finding one. Also it really helps to know how many certain type ICE-breakers you have or how many ICE you have.
I would have a thousand examples (or 40) of different kind of decks you can build. HB Super-Heavy-ICE? Can do (and is really annoying to opponent). Jinteki Codegate only? Already in play. Anarch spamming bad publicity? That was fun to play! ICE destruction runners? Been there and done sh*tloads of damage. Traps after traps? Perhaps, wanna find out? Bad-publicity Weyland? Name tells it all. Of course not all are effective decks, but we all had fun playing them and some of them draw audience from other tables to wonder. Some things are just satisfying to achieve (scoring Government Takeover always grants high-fives in our playgroup).
To quote one of my opponents: "You never know what you might face when playing against you." He was trying to figure out is my unprotected Mushin-No-Sin agenda or a trap and laughing after he disarmed one of my other traps, which wasn't the trap he was thinking it was.