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 mostly hosted by Pod Bible editor Adam Richardson and occasionally features fellow Pod Bible co-founders Stu Whiffen and Scroobius Pip.
Every fortnight 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!
Where to start with… Soul MusicJanuary 7, 2022
There are a lot of music podcasts, but Radio 4’s Soul Music became the best of them all by not really being about music at all. It’s about music, obviously. But it’s more about people, and about life at large. That’s a very broad précis, admittedly, but the vast, sprawling, deeply moving stories that Soul Music manages to tell in...
The rise of the Christmas Special in podcastingDecember 23, 2021
Our partners Acast have been thinking about how the Christmas Special has been getting more popular in podcasts – and chosen some of their favourites for you to listen to! The popularity of the Christmas special is not a new one as for years, we’ve waited in earnest for our favourite soaps, sitcoms and even music artists to whack out...
Where to start with… TailendersDecember 15, 2021
Our Point Of Entry series aims to give you just that – a point of entry into the shows you’ve heard of, but never heard… The first thing to know about the cricketing podcast Tailenders is that it’s only very barely about cricket. Hosted by Radio 1’s Greg James, former Maccabees guitarist Felix White, England bowler James Anderson and caller-turned-mascot...
What’s happening to Sports podcasting in 2022?December 9, 2021
Sports podcasts are one of the most popular genres of audio entertainment. Founder of the brand-new Sports Podcast Awards, Dylan Pugh, ponders what the future of sports podcasting looks like… There’s plenty more to come from the world of sports podcasting. Throughout 2020, there was an explosion of podcasts, and in particular sports podcasts, largely due to us all being...
5 reasons why podcasters should publishDecember 2, 2021
You may be familiar with a lot of great podcast-inspired books already. What you might not realise is that getting a book published isn’t as difficult as you may think. In fact, there are many reasons why podcasters make perfect authors. Creative publishing agency whitefox tells us more… 1.) You already have a head start You won’t be starting from scratch like other debut...
Hayley Hasselhoff writes about Redefine You: A Conversation for WellbeingNovember 11, 2021
Podcasts have been a great way to help feel connected during the pandemic. And for many, having their favourite famous person start a podcast has helped to get them through some tough times. We asked actor, model, and activist Hayley Hasselhoff to tell us about her own lockdown podcast, Redefine You. Redefine You: A Conversation for Wellbeing has been a...
Where to start with Have You Heard George’s Podcast?October 27, 2021
Whether you are new to podcasts or have a queue of shows ready to listen to, there are always popular shows that “you must listen to”, but somehow never have. Our Point Of Entry series aims to give you just that – a point of entry into the shows you’ve heard of, but never heard. In Have You Heard George’s Podcast?, spoken...
Being an authentic voice in branded podcastingOctober 20, 2021
So maybe you’re self-employed, running a startup or even a large brand, and you really want to start a podcast for you or your company, the problem is you know the podcast scene is already becoming very saturated, so how do you get an audience as a branded podcast? Here are a few points to consider for branded podcast success....
Postcards from Midlife podcast talks about the ‘menopause revolution’October 18, 2021
World Menopause Day is held every year on 18th October. It’s a great chance to have conversations about what the menopause entails, so we asked journalists Trish Halpin and Lorraine Candy from the Postcards From Midlife podcast to tell us how they approach the topic. We started Postcards from Midlife as part of our mission to help women make the...
Clash Of The Titles takes on the ‘King’ of horrorOctober 15, 2021
Clash Of The Titles is the podcast where two films go head to head in a fight to the death! Every Monday and Thursday, Sky presenter Alex Zane, writer Vicky Crompton and film journalist Chris Tilly thrust a pair of films with something in common into the arena of combat – or, com-chat – with only one emerging as the...
Where to start with Reply AllOctober 13, 2021
Whether you are new to podcasts or have a queue of shows ready to listen to, there are always popular shows that “you must listen to”, but somehow never have. Our Point Of Entry series aims to give you just that – a point of entry into the shows you’ve heard of, but never heard. Formerly the internet’s favourite podcast about the...
Where to start with The Adam Buxton PodcastSeptember 7, 2021
Whether you are new to podcasts or have a queue of shows ready to listen to, there are always popular shows that “you must listen to”, but somehow never have. Our Point Of Entry series aims to give you just that – a point of entry into the shows you’ve heard of, but never heard. There aren’t many podcasters more widely and...
UTOPIA Talks // Sparking conversation in the dance music worldSeptember 3, 2021
From Issue #016 of the Pod Bible magazine, the regular column from Stak looked at the new podcast sparking conversation in the dance music world. This is Breaking Bread. UTOPIA Talks is Stak’s latest launch in the podcasting world, celebrating the world of dance music and tackling issues faced by this generation of artists and fans alike. At its core,...
Why you need to add video and visuals to your podcastAugust 6, 2021
Podcasts are overwhelmingly done in audio through subscriptions in places like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Overcast. But, humans are inherently visual creatures and video adds the visual complexity and emotional depth that audio may not. That’s one of the reasons video has quickly becoming the foundation of the modern web. Like aspiring actors flocking to Hollywood for more exposure or...
Where to start with Table Manners with Jessie WareJuly 22, 2021
Whether you are new to podcasts or have a queue of shows ready to listen to, there are always popular shows that “you must listen to”, but somehow never have. Our Point Of Entry series aims to give you just that – a point of entry into the shows you’ve heard of, but never heard. Jessie and Lennie Ware first invited us...
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