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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 Pod Bible editor Adam Richardson and occasionally features fellow Pod Bible co-founders Stu Whiffen and Scroobius Pip.

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!

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    6 new podcasts to listen to in February 2021

    By January 31, 2021

    Pod Bible aims to be the essential guide to podcasts. The problem is, we can’t interview everyone and review everything (though we sure are trying!). But we still want to bring you as many podcasts as possible, and shine a light on new shows and series. Our New This Month feature is your list of  new podcasts to listen to....

  • The Top 10 Podcasts That Saved Me From Myself in 2020

    By December 29, 2020

    It’s the end of December now, time for everyone to write their year-in-review lists. Although, I have no idea how reviewers and columnists will be comprising their typical top-whatever lists for such an atypical year: Best Albums I Won’t See Performed Live, Best Movies I Watched In My Bathrobe. In that spirit, it seemed only fitting someone should create a...

  • Podcast 2020 and Beyond Podcast 2020 and Beyond

    Ghosts of Pods Past, Pods Present, and Pods Yet-to-come

    By December 22, 2020

    ‘Tis the season to reflect on our listening habits for the year and Pod Bible online has decided to do not one, but two articles on the best podcasts of 2020. This is because we are saying goodbye to our first ever Digital Editor, Jordan Rizzieri. Everyone at Pod Bible would like to wish Jordan the best and thank her...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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. ...

  • Tuesday Night Jaw – The Anatomy of A Takeover

    By May 27, 2020

    For those of us who are fans of the British wrestling scene, a big part of our regular podcast listening over the last few years had been Jim Smallman’s Tuesday Night Jaw podcast, part of the Distraction Pieces Network. So on June 25th of last year, it seemed rather odd for Jim to appear as a guest on his own...

  • REVIEW // The Squiggly Careers Podcast

    By March 17, 2020

    As someone who tumbled sideways into career-focused podcasting last year, I am fascinated by how other people approach the space. And, perhaps more importantly, who those people are and what they are bringing to a chorus of often-times redundant advice. Enter the refreshing voices of Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis of Amazing If and their podcast, Squiggly Careers. The fun,...

  • Companion Podcasts & Military Wives: The Official Film Podcast Launch

    By February 26, 2020

    As the popularity of podcasts has grown, discussions of Film and TV shows have proved to constitute some of the biggest audiences in podcasting. From review shows like Kermode and Mayo, to podcasts dedicated to evaluating every single episode of Gossip Girl, it’s clear that podcasts listeners cannot get enough of screens, be it small or silver. It’s therefore hugely...


    By January 29, 2020

    Welcome to a brand new, semi-regular feature for the Pod Bible blog – The Second Coming! Every few weeks, podcast host and writer Jordan Rizzieri will be discussing the podcasts she’s discovered through the magazine or via the podcast, what they’re all about and why they’re worthy of her re-recommendation! When Pod Bible began, and I suddenly found myself on...

  • How To Turn Your Podcast Into A Movie: A Parapod Special Blog

    By December 4, 2019

    Recently, there have been a few podcasts which have evolved from their audio format into TV Shows. Podcasts like Lore, which was adapted into an Amazon series and Dirty John, which was picked up by Netflix. Even rarer than this, however, is a podcast spawning it’s very own movie. Ian Boldsworth and Barry Dodds have spent the last few years...

  • THE SECOND COMING – Last Bohemians

    By November 20, 2019

    Welcome to a brand new, semi-regular feature for the Pod Bible blog – The Second Coming! Every few weeks, podcast host and writer Jordan Rizzieri will be discussing the podcasts she’s discovered through the magazine or via the podcast, what they’re all about and why they’re worthy of her re-recommendation! — Just a few short months ago, a friend was...

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