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!
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...
Catching up with The London Podcast Festival’s Zoë JeyesSeptember 6, 2022
The London Podcast Festival is back with a massive schedule of events kicking off this Thursday. I’m looking forward to catching some of the action at Kings Place over the next few weeks. But with such a big line-up, what do I go and see? I caught up with Zoë Jeyes, Deputy Director at Kings Place and lead programmer for...
Kelechi Okafor talks going LIVE with Say Your MindSeptember 2, 2022
We’ve always enjoyed following the progress of Kelechi Okafor. Way back in Issue #008 we knew that her podcast Say Your Mind was only going to get bigger, and the last year has certainly proven us right. Not only did she claim the converted cover star spot for our seventeenth issue, but she stormed out of the pandemic with sellout...
Stories From The Stage: The most memorable stories from WORLD ChannelAugust 30, 2022
For some projects that are popular on a national level, podcasts can help reach a new, international audience. Stories from the Stage is such a project: the broadcast series from WORLD Channel (a national multicast platform dedicated to increasing diversity for public media audiences in the United States) features storytellers – some experienced, some amateurs – telling memorable true stories,...
How Athletico Mince makes podcasting their playgroundAugust 29, 2022
In Issue #022 of the Pod Bible magazine, Andy Dawson, co-host of Athletico Mince, spoke to Apple Podcasts about subscription flexibility, and the freedom and fun of podcasting. This is ‘The Creator’, in association with Apple Podcasts. Apple Podcasts and Pod Bible partnered up for a series of interviews with creators to share how they use Apple Podcast Subscriptions to...
Bethanne Patrick from Missing Pages: Reopening “literary cold cases”August 29, 2022
It only launched last month, but Missing Pages is already a chart-topping investigative podcast – with a bit of a difference. This show is focused on reopening “literary cold cases” – from the biggest hoaxes, to fake authors and national apology tours. This is the first Original show from The Podglomerate, and they nabbed a perfect host – Bethanne Patrick,...
Indy podcasts making waves at the BPAs: The Long Time AcademyAugust 26, 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. This time we’re speaking to a show that placed Silver in the newest category, the Climate Award. The Long Time Academy is an immersive podcast that focuses on one...
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Hanna Adan – The Museum of Bad VibesAugust 18, 2022
Welcome to the third in our series of interviews about the BBC Sounds Audio Lab shows. This time, we’re talking to Hanna Adan about The Museum of Bad Vibes, a five-part series that mixes creative dramatisations with interviews and research to explore a collection of cultural and spiritual artefacts housed in British museums. From 16th century Benin bronze sculptures to...
Sophie Hind: Managing Director at Voiceworks SportAugust 15, 2022
Voiceworks Sport is a collective of sport audio experts that enable sports brands to engage more deeply with fans and reach new audiences. The organisation works with rights holders and brands to develop game-changing audio strategies and production execution. Founded in 2018, Voiceworks Sport is headed up by MD Sophie Hind, who has twenty years of audio experience spanning roles...
Indy podcasts making waves at the BPAs: Effin’ HormonesAugust 12, 2022
The winners of the 2022 British Podcast Awards were announced in a ceremony in London on 23rd July. The BBC show Dear Daughter was the big winner of the day, taking home the Best Family Podcast and the Podcast of the Year award. Our Issue 21 cover-stars Redhanded took home the Listener’s Choice award for the second year in a row...
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