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!
The Relaunch of Revisiting- Series 8!January 27, 2020
Originally titled Berkhamsted Revisited, the first few seasons of Revisiting revolved around 20-somethings Laura K and Laura G as they reflect on Laura K’s hilariously frank teenage diaries. Since then, Berkhamsted Revisited has put out seven seasons worth of episodes, rebranded to Revisiting, welcomed a whole host of guests, and covered everything from embarrassing childhood celebrity crushes to horrid first job interviews. After six seasons of Berkhamsted...
A BBC EARTH BLOG – Eco AnxietyNovember 13, 2019
What is Eco Anxiety? As we hear more worrying news daily about our planet’s environment – polar ice caps melting, species becoming extinct, the Amazon rainforests burning – there has been a steady increase in people being diagnosed with a condition known as Eco Anxiety, an extreme form of worry or depression related to the negative effects of climate change....
A BBC EARTH BLOG – Nature Comes Alive! How binaural 3-D audio is transforming our listening experienceSeptember 30, 2019
With the rise of digital media we are listening to an increasing array of audio content that includes music, digital radio, audio books and podcasts. Listening to these audio sources by cranking up the volume on our personal headphones is a way to escape the stresses and tensions of our noisy urban lives by shutting out the world around us,...
A BBC EARTH BLOG – How to spot a tiger before it finds youAugust 27, 2019
Understanding what animals mean can be hugely beneficial for a wildlife documentary maker, especially if your subject is a lone master of disguise. If you’re in a vast, dense jungle in India, and the tiger you are hoping to film could be anywhere in that jungle, the only sense you can rely on is hearing. This is the situation that...
GUEST BLOG // Podcasts & Mental HealthAugust 1, 2019
Hello! I’m Rachael and I’ve written about how podcasts help me with my mental health stuff. This is meant to be an introduction but two sentences looked a bit ropey so I’ve added this one. I’m a single mum, an artist and I’m autistic. The reasons I love podcasts are multiple. They’ve carried me through night feeds and coursework, through...
The Masters of Subversion – Podcast AdsJuly 17, 2019
Podcast ads are turning advertising on its head – have they finally cracked how adverts should be? If you’re a regular podcast listener, you’ll probably be just as familiar with the selling points of Squarespace, Mailchimp and Blue Apron as you are your favourite shows. Podcasts have grown exponentially over the past few years, and companies are increasingly capitalising on...
SET MEALS – A food show driven by it’s hosts’ insatiable hungerJuly 15, 2019
It’s 1pm on a Wednesday. The sun pours through the window behind me, highlighting the finger smudges on the screen of my iMac. To my left, a half-eaten Portuguese tart casts a shadow across my desk’s surface. It’s 1pm on a Wednesday and I’ve already skipped lunch for the second time this week. Ironic, considering I instead spent those hours...
A BBC EARTH BLOG – Bee Inspired Art At Glastonbury!July 8, 2019
THIS MAN USED THE SOUND OF A COLONY OF BEES TO INSPIRE HIS ARTWORK AT GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL Crowds, thumping music, sights, sounds, and smells all around, the ever-present heat or squelching mud – the festival experience can really overwhelm the senses, but for those lucky enough to make it to Glastonbury, they could find comfort among the buzz of bees....
A BBC EARTH BLOG – Mental Health & WellbeingMay 26, 2019
CAN IMMERSING OURSELVES IN THE SOUNDS AND LANDSCAPES OF NATURE IMPROVE OUR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING? 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 that missing out on the benefits of the stimuli present in nature can affect...