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!
We Miss Amy Winehouse: Making a companion podcast to my Edinburgh Fringe comedyJuly 25, 2022
Last week, I launched a six-episode podcast called We Miss Amy Winehouse, a companion podcast to my own Edinburgh Fringe comedy show, I Miss Amy Winehouse. The comedy show is about celebrity, nostalgia, grief and partying in 2000s Camden, and the podcast opens up that conversation. On each episode of the podcast, I ask a guest from the worlds of...
Upfront: Covering an unforgettable summer of women’s footballJuly 11, 2022
The Women’s Euros are underway, and if you’re searching for a football podcast to keep you up to date with the latest in the women’s game, we’ve got just the one. From Issue #021 of the Pod Bible magazine, the Breaking Bread column from Stak spoke to the definitive women’s football podcast… Upfront is the latest addition to the Football...
Joe Lycett’s top podcast guest appearancesJuly 8, 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 #008 of the magazine was top comedian Joe Lycett… Do you really Lycett? Is it, is it wicked? Well of course it is. Joe Lycett is a stand up comedian, tv show host, panel show...
Where to start with… In Our TimeJune 3, 2022
If Lord Reith were still about, he’d probably be so enamoured of In Our Time he’d probably be running around making the teas and making sure host Melvyn Bragg’s cushions were suitably plumped before recording started. If ever a radio show informed, educated and entertained, it’s In Our Time. The format is simple. Each week a topic from culture, science,...
Jackie The Ripper: The chart-topping comedy podcast returnsMay 25, 2022
The gory comedy drama that topped the podcast charts last Halloween returned for a second five-part series in March. Everyone knows the story of Jack the Ripper, the infamous serial killer who haunted the streets of 19th century London. 134 years later, there’s a new killer in town. In this modern reimagining, men are the victims of dark, sexually aggressive...
Why do mics matter in podcasting?May 18, 2022
JOBY – who were behind the famous GorillaPod – are one of many brands beginning to tailor to a wider range of content creators. They takes us through some of the key things to be aware of when looking for a podcast mic… The popularity of podcasting has skyrocketed in recent years. Whether it’s true crime or just a good...
Where to start with… Desert Island DiscsMay 17, 2022
After 80 years and more than 3,000 episodes, Desert Island Discs has asked prime ministers, archbishops, astronauts, World Cup winners, Glastonbury headliners, Nobel winners and more to pick their eight favourite records, a favourite book and a luxury item. Founded by the broadcaster Roy Plumley, it’s inspired countless imitators and seen them all off. The archive is gigantic, and a...
Tortoise’s slow news approach has a fast growing audienceMay 16, 2022
In a new section of the magazine, Basia Cummings, Editor at Tortoise, talks about the value of slow news, and how to build listenership in podcasts. This is ‘The Creator’, in association with Apple Podcasts. Apple Podcasts and Pod Bible partnered up for a series of interviews with creators. In each issue, we ask creators about their podcast and how...
How do branded podcasts perform? Here’s an honest discussion!March 23, 2022
Podcasting as an industry can sometimes seem quite secretive, particularly when it comes to downloads and engagement. And with more branded shows making their way into the podcasts charts, it can seem like everyone is in competition with each other. So when the Director of Commercial & Client Relations at production company Listen wrote an article on the performance of...
5 Podcasts to remind you that you’re only human!March 4, 2022
We’re heading into the final month of the first quarter of 2022. It’s a good time to reflect on promises we made going into the year of change and committing to the things we want in life. February might have been the month where you fell off the fitness plan you’d started or not finished that book you’d begun to...
Exciting new podcast launches for Stak, and Jackie the Ripper optioned for the screen!March 1, 2022
Stak is the bold, irreverent podcast company that is serious about creating quality audio. From dramas that will have you on the edge of your seat, to conversations that will never fail to make you laugh, Stak are the creators of some of the UK’s favourite shows – entertaining thousands of people every single day. February has been an exciting...
OVERHEARD IN THE STUDIO // Menopause, ghostly figures, children in peril and the worst thing to happen…February 15, 2022
Overheard in the Studio, the series that pulls out the weird, wonderful and brilliant things we overhear while in the Content is Queen studio, is back again for the new year with more earwigging treasures. For this issue we have reached out to the amazing podcasters who are in our wider community and located all over the UK to find...
THE GOOD SAMARITAN // Russell Kane’s Man BaggageFebruary 2, 2022
Each issue, Jason Reed recommends a podcast from the charity and causes sector in his Good Samaritan column. His choice for Issue #016 was Russell Kane’s Man Baggage. Do men really talk? We’re currently facing a major mental health challenge in society with suicide being the biggest killer of men under the age of 45, so what can we do...
Where to start with… Soul MusicJanuary 16, 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...
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- GENERAL INTERVIEW
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- HAVE YOU HEARD?
- MEET THE PRODUCER
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- OVERHEARD IN THE STUDIO
- POD BIBLE PODCAST
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- PODCAST PROPHET
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- WHERE TO START