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The Pod Bible Podcast is the podcast podcast where podcasters talk to podcasters about podcasts and podcasting. Does it get anymore meta?

The show is hosted by editors Adam Richardson and Stu Whiffen, and will occasionally feature the third member of the Pod Bible team, Scroobius Pip.

Each week we bring you a bite size, magazine style show featuring three guests talking about their show or the shows they enjoy listening to. The aim is to give you a chance to hear from your favourite podcasters while also introducing you to people and podcasts you may not be aware of yet.

Guests include the people behind podcasts such as Off Menu, No Such Thing As A Fish, Football Ramble, Griefcast, Films To Be Buried With, The Receipts, Drunk Women Solving Crime and many, many more. Let’s spread the word of pod!

The Pod Bible Podcast is available to listen to on Acast, Spotify, Apple Podcasts and all good podcast outlets!

  • A Halloween Spooktacular with Clash Of The Titles

    By October 19, 2020

    In the summer of 2019, Clash Of The Titles (Stakhanov’s first film podcast) was born. Twice a week, Alex Zane, Vicky Crompton and Chris Tilly thrust a pair of films with a connection into the arena of combat with only one emerging as the winner! Remakes Vs Originals, Alien Rip Off Vs Alien Rip Off, Massive Ruddy Volcano Movie Vs...

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    REVIEW // Pieces of a Man with Brian Jackson

    By October 15, 2020

    If there ever was a podcast that I’d want see recreated into a Netflix documentary, this would be it. Hosted by Brian Jackson, and called Pieces of a Man – referencing his 1971 musical collaboration with poet and soul-jazz artist Gil Scott-Heron. Jackson also contributed to Heron’s remarkable hit of the same year ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.’ In...

  • INTERVIEW // Witness from Amnesty International

    By October 8, 2020

    We at Pod Bible spoke to the team behind Witness from Amnesty International, a new series about the organization’s Research and Crisis Response teams. These hardworking, dedicated investigators bring listeners powerful stories some of the most dangerous and volatile places on earth. Where did the idea for Witness from Amnesty International come from? We wanted to take our listeners behind the scenes...

  • INTERVIEW // Outside the Box with Becky Ives

    By October 7, 2020

    When Becky Ives decided to take all of the social media questions she receives about getting into sports broadcasting and turn it into a podcast, she certainly started off strong. After pairing with sports podcast production company Pomodo, Becky brought Jules Breach on for her first episode to kick things off right. We chatted with Becky about how the podcast...

  • Five podcasts about Black parenting with Umar Kankiya of Dope Black Dads

    By September 7, 2020

    Umar Kankiya is a lawyer based in Thurrock, Essex, and part of the Dope Black Dads podcast, digital safe space for fathers who wish to discuss their experiences of being black, a parent and masculinity in the modern world. The podcast has been featured on BBC 1 Xtra and can be found on BBC Sounds. The podcast grew out of...

  • REVIEW // The Intimacy of The Michelle Obama Podcast

    By August 28, 2020

    When we talk to friends, fellow podcast enthusiasts, and those in the industry, a term we hear over and over used to describe the value of podcasts is “intimate.” As podcast listening is usually a solitary experience, done through headphones or in our cars, a relationships develops between the listener and the podcaster. That kind of personal connection develops in...

  • Knowledge is Power – Mothers of Invention

    By August 21, 2020

    We all have them – that friend who has taught themselves underwater basketweaving or some other totally unfathomable skill during the pandemic. But education doesn’t require expensive classes, loads of equipment, or dragging a wading pool into your home. It’s all about finding the right podcast! There are so many topics we could all use a primer on, so starting...

  • Podcast Point of Entry – No Country For Young Women

    By August 11, 2020

    “Where do I begin?!” We’ve all asked ourselves this question before when starting something new, and whenever we at Pod Bible interview hosts and producers from podcasts, we always try to give our readers a point of entry, whether it’s episode 1 or an episode the creators feel is their strongest. The problem is, we can’t interview everyone (though we...

  • REVIEW // California Love & the Compton Cowboys

    By August 7, 2020

    “LAist Studios exists to tell LA stories to the world.” That’s what you find in the “about” section of LAist Studios content, including Walter Thompson-Hernandez’s show California Love. The recent flight of shows from LAist Studios includes programs like Hollywood, The Sequel which explores how the entertainment industry can (and should) evolve, and Tell Them, I Am where host Misha Euceph speaks with...

  • REVIEW // Origins: It’s All (Still) Happening

    By July 17, 2020

    In honor of Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous turning 20, James Andrew Miller devoted the most recent chapter of his podcast Origins to exploring the film. Currently, the podcast features six chapters, previously covering Curb Your Enthusiasm, ESPN, Nick Saban, SNL, and Sex and the City. Now, over five episodes, Miller interviews the people who were there, creating one of the...

  • REVIEW // Gee Thanks, I’m Sweating

    By July 15, 2020

    I love getting podcast recommendations; it’s what Pod Bible was built on, and it remains one of the best ways to discover new shows. Last week, a friend mentioned Gee Thanks, Just Bought It, a podcast hosted by Caroline Moss where her guests introduce her audience to a product they love and where to get one of their very own....

  • INTERVIEW // Because You Watched – Now Take A Listen

    By July 8, 2020

    Ever wondered about those weird genres Netflix and other streaming services allot to TV programmes and films? So did the folks behind Because You Watched, the “podcast which brings you brand new ideas for TV shows and movies based on obscure video-on-demand categories.” We chatted with host Bec Hill about the process of getting a panel of comedians and creative...

  • REVIEW // Blacticulate – Stories That Stick

    By July 7, 2020

    A few weeks ago, we recommended the nine-part podcast About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge. At the end of those powerful episodes, Reni recommended several other programmes hosted by Black creators, which is how we came to learn about Blacticulate, a platform for elevating Black stories in the U.K. Founded by Ade Bamgbala, the platform produces podcasts, hosts workshops, and provides...

  • The Financial Side of a Wrestling Podcast // Wrestle Me

    By July 1, 2020

    With advertisers charting a course through uncertain times and podcast listeners longing for a sense of community, starting a Patreon page can help foster that togetherness while also generating some useful income. Marc Haynes, host of Stakhanov’s Wrestle Me! podcast, discusses their recent decision to set up a Patreon page of their own, and how they’re connecting with their listenership. ...

  • Days of Concerts Passed // What’s In The Bag?

    By June 26, 2020

    Josh Shreeve’s podcast What’s In the Bag? explores music memorabilia and nostalgia with a host of wonderful guests. But at a time when live music events have come to a screeching halt, we asked Josh about how the year 2020 will look to music fans in the future, and the current importance of exploring our own music-related adventures of years long gone....

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