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.
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 Amelia Project celebrates five years of the death-faking fictionDecember 1, 2022
The Amelia Project is a comedy fiction podcast about an agency that help people fake their deaths. It follows its quirky employees and unusual clients. It started out as a passion project between friends and has developed into a cult hit with over four million downloads and fans across the world. The podcast is currently in its fifth year and...
Creativity Found: Stories of new-found artistic experiencesNovember 14, 2022
Creativity Found is an interview podcast where Claire Waite Brown talks with creatives who FOUND – or re-found – their CREATIVITY as adults. From visual, written and performing arts, the show explores what it is that people value and gain from their new-found artistic experiences, and how their creative lives enrich their practical, necessary, everyday lives. Now with more than...
Behind Stak’s new sports parody podcast – Sports HornNovember 10, 2022
Sports Horn is a collaboration between comedy duo The Exploding Heads and the team behind The Football Ramble, it’s an incisive parody of testosterone-fuelled sports radio. This is the Behind Stak column from Issue #023 of the magazine. The Ian Fiveankles Breakfast Show has just launched on Sports Horn, the UK’s third most talked about Sports Radio network. Co-host Anthony...
Ghoul Guide: Spooky that isn’t too seriousOctober 31, 2022
Happy Halloween! If you’re still seeking some truly frightening shows to spook you tonight, don’t forget to check out our pick of spooky podcasts for your Halloween listening. But if you’re after some Halloween listening that doesn’t take itself too seriously, there’s a new show out today that might hit the spot. Ghoul Guide is a hilarious exploration of the supernatural...
Trail Weight: Season 2 is “an emotional sequel”October 25, 2022
Andrew Steven’s Trail Weight is a show that ticks a lot of boxes for me. Hiking – tick. Meta references to storytelling – tick. High emotional stakes – tick. Social commentary – tick. When the first season came to a very satisfying conclusion, I was sad to think I wouldn’t hear from the show again. So you can imagine how...
Talking podcasts with Acast and VIBE with FIVEOctober 19, 2022
This is Let There Be Pod in Association with Acast. In each issue of the magazine, our partner Acast – home of the UK’s BEST podcasters – sits down for a chat with one of its creators to hear what they love about making podcasts. In this interview from Issue #023 Acast spoke with VIBE with FIVE to discuss their journey into...
How Noiser uses subscriptions to get loudOctober 18, 2022
Apple Podcasts and Pod Bible partnered up for a series of interviews with creators to share their stories and how they use Apple Podcast Subscriptions to connect with their fans. We connected with the Founder of award-winning podcast network Noiser, Pascal Hughes, about how subscriptions helped them grow their audience — and their revenue. Listen to Noiser on Apple Podcasts....
Rebecca Everett from Father Wants Us Dead: “We knew it would be hard for listeners to hear”October 14, 2022
Whilst our new columnist makes a compelling argument for the oversaturation of True Crime, it does continue to be one of the most popular genres of podcasts. And whilst I personally don’t listen to True Crime often, occasionally there’s a show so popular I can’t ignore. Father Wants Us Dead reached that level this summer. As well as reaching the...
Indy podcasts making waves at the BPAs: OUTCAST UKOctober 7, 2022
We’re really keen to share the groups and individuals that are running on passion with a series of interviews highlighting the indy podcasts who made waves at the British Podcast Awards… It’s been quite the year for OUTCAST UK. It started with going viral on TikTok, and has continued with awards success for the podcast itself. It won The British...
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Tomi Dixon – Colouring In BritainSeptember 22, 2022
Our series of interviews with the makers of the BBC Sounds Audio Lab shows continues with Tomi Dixon, creator of Colouring In Britain. The show imagines what Tomi’s secondary school history lessons could have been if black history was taught across the other 11 months of the year. It features interviews with cultural icons like Benjamin Zephaniah, who discusses his...
BOOM: Podcasting’s answer to Stranger ThingsSeptember 20, 2022
BOOM, Stak’s ground-breaking new audio drama, brings together spellbinding sound design with some of British acting’s hottest properties. From Issue #022 of the Pod Bible magazine, the Breaking Bread column from Stak spoke to writer Joel Emery… “It’s the most ambitious project we’ve tried”. That’s Joel Emery, the writer of BOOM. Launched in June, it’s the third drama that he...
Indy podcasts making waves at the BPAs: Sound WorldsSeptember 16, 2022
We’re really keen to share the groups and individuals that are running on passion with a series of interviews highlighting the indy podcasts who made waves at the British Podcast Awards… Arguably, there was no creative medium that was curtailed so much by Covid as much as theatre was. It’s not that surprising that theatre-makers pivoted to podcasts so successfully....
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Hamza Salmi – Who Was Michael X?September 15, 2022
The final three Audiolab 2022 podcasts from BBC Sounds have now been released! And we’re continuing with our quick-fire interview series. This time, Hamza Salmi tells us about being a long-time podcast listener, and first-time podcast maker. His series, Who Was Michael X? tells the fascinating and divisive story of the once famous black British activist who many haven’t heard of…...
The Digital Sisterhood: Uniting Muslim women globallySeptember 13, 2022
The Digital Sisterhood, like many podcasts, provides its listeners with a voice for their community. The platform aims to unite women of colour and counter the pre-existing narrative on what it means to be a Muslim woman – and if their recent download milestone is anything to go by, it’s certainly doing that! We asked host and CEO, Cadar to...
Talking podcasts with Acast and Growing Up with gal-demSeptember 7, 2022
This is Let There Be Pod in Association with Acast. In each issue of the magazine, our partner Acast – home of the UK’s BEST podcasters – sits down for a chat with one of its creators to hear what they love about making podcasts. In this interview from Issue #022 Acast spoke to Bijal Shah, Head of Commercial at...
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