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!
Upfront: The football podcast is back for the new women’s seasonNovember 7, 2022
From Issue #023 of the Pod Bible magazine, the Breaking Bread column from Stak celebrated football coming home with the definitive women’s football podcast… After a seismic summer for the Lionesses – culminating in England’s first trophy for nearly sixty years – more eyes are on domestic women’s football than ever before. And, after their debut season ended with an episode...
Where to start with… Films To Be Buried WithNovember 4, 2022
Our Where To Start series aims to give you a point of entry into the shows you’ve heard of, but never heard… LOOK OUT! It’s only an article about Films to be Buried With! Our Issue 23 cover star Brett Goldstein has charmed us all with his enthusiasm for all movies, and guests ranging from actor Sharon Stone, serial podcaster...
Mini Revelations: The true crime ban stands!November 1, 2022
In our “Revelations” column, Meera Kumar pokes and prods the audio industry and its creations to reveal the shows worth listening to and their place in the zeitgeist. In “Mini Revelations”, she considers the responses to her column and whether her opinion was the right one… Kim Kardashian apparently did not see my proposed moratorium on true crime shows and...
Benjamin Zephaniah’s top podcast appearancesOctober 27, 2022
Celebrating podcasters is a common occurrence, but in this modern world being a solid, grade-A guest is something that needs celebrating. Our Podcast Prophet for issue #013 of the magazine was Benjamin Zephaniah! One of the beautiful gifts of the continued rise of podcasts has been the new voices they presents us with. But one of the less acknowledged joys...
Yoto Daily brings facts, games and jokes to your family routine!October 24, 2022
The daily podcast by award-winning audio company, Yoto, is hosted by a former primary teacher and captivates young listeners around the world… Yoto Daily is a kids’ podcast that delivers a morsel of audio goodness every single day. It’s hosted by Jake Harris, a father and former primary school teacher whose sing-song voice reveals mind-boggling facts, cracks rib-tickling jokes and...
BBC EARTH BLOG Mental Health & WellbeingOctober 10, 2022
This blog from BBC Sounds asks “Can immersing ourselves in the sounds and landscapes of nature improve our mental health and wellbeing?” This blog was first published in May 2019. Many of us lead extraordinarily busy, stressful lives in distinctly urban environments, often lacking any contact with mother nature. City life is undoubtedly exciting and upbeat, but studies have shown...
GUEST BLOG // Podcasts & Mental HealthOctober 10, 2022
For World Mental Health Day 2022 we’re uplifting some of the great articles about mental health and podcasting that we’ve spoken to over the years. This guest blog from Rachael Wells celebrates the power of podcasting for mental wellness… Hello! I’m Rachael and I’ve written about how podcasts help me with my mental health stuff. This is meant to be...
THE GOOD SAMARITAN // Insane In The Fem BrainOctober 10, 2022
Each issue, Jason Reed recommends a podcast from the charity and causes sector in his Good Samaritan column. His choice for Issue #011 was Insane In The Fem Brain… How do you go about bettering an already popular and very respected podcast? Well, comedian Rich Wilson has done just that. His show, Insane In The Men Brain has addressed men’s...
Producers should be issued with a ban: No True Crime podcasts for one yearOctober 5, 2022
How do we make podcasting futureproof? What needs to be done to challenge the industry to innovate and produce daring content? In this new column titled “Revelations”, Meera Kumar pokes and prods the audio industry and its creations to reveal the shows worth listening to and their place in the zeitgeist… For the sake of my humanity and the industry’s...
Where to start with… Kermode & MayoSeptember 14, 2022
When the first episode of Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo’s BBC Radio 5 Live film review show went out in 2005, it was barely a year since the word ‘podcast’ had been coined. The Oxford English Dictionary picked it as the word of the year in 2005. The runner-up coinages point to the other things English speakers were encountering for...
Do I need a contract? Some legal tips for podcastersSeptember 12, 2022
Marlon Cohen is a senior commercial lawyer specialising in all things content, media and digital-related at law firm RPC. He regularly works on sponsorship and endorsement deals (including recently on sponsorship tie-ups for the 2020 and 2024 Olympics), marketing related agreements (such as media planning & buying, creative and talent agreements), content distribution agreements and production agreements. He takes us...
Permission to make some noise (and finding inspiration at the London Podcast Festival)September 7, 2022
When lockdown hit, Hajar J. Woodland didn’t just lose her income, she felt like she’d lost her voice. Here, she writes about how podcasting has helped her find it again… About a year before the pandemic, I made the very sensible decision of spending all my savings on a creative writing master’s. Despite a long freelance career that straddled the...
Top Guest Appearances: Kermode and Mayo in the broader podcast universeAugust 22, 2022
After more than 20 years on the radio together, there’s an enormous amount of stuff to dig into in Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo’s podcasting back catalogue now. And, apart from that, the Wittertainment bubble is so completely full of in-jokes, well-trodden anecdotes and cosy back-and-forths that it feels like it delivers as satisfying a podcasting experiences as it’s possible...
5 Quick and easy ways to improve your podcastAugust 5, 2022
Your podcast is available on all the main listings, and you’ve got into a good routine of recording, editing and publishing it. What’s next? There are almost endless things you can do next to improve your podcast, yet a lot of podcasters call it a day when their audio sounds good enough to them. But why stop there when there...
Overheard in the Studio // Sustainability, homeware brands, sport talk and belongingAugust 3, 2022
Welcome back to Overheard in the Studio, the series that pulls out the wacky, wild and wonderful things that we have listened to while at the Content is Queen podcast studio. Over the past few months the studio has been buzzing with interviews and talking head conversations, so here are some of the goodies we have overheard and think that...
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- HAVE YOU HEARD?
- MEET THE PRODUCER
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