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: Adam Zmith – The Film We Can’t SeeAugust 11, 2022
Welcome to the second in our series of interviews about the BBC Sounds Audio Lab shows. This time, we’re talking to Adam Zmith about The Film We Can’t See, a show that imagines hidden queer connections between filmmakers over a century ago… What was your introduction to podcasting as a listener? One of the first podcasts I really got hooked...
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Talia Randall – Blossom Trees and Burnt-Out CarsAugust 4, 2022
The first three podcasts forged in the BBC Sounds Audio Lab creator programme launched on the 14th July, and we’ve been chatting to the creators about podcasting, their projects and the future of the podcast industry. In the first of a series of interviews, we’re speaking to Talia Randall about her show, Blossom Trees and Burnt Out Cars, which unearths the...
Tell Me About It: Learn about the fascinating life of Scroobius PipAugust 3, 2022
The rumours are true! Never content with the number of podcasts in the world (or indeed the number of of their own) two of the Founders of Pod Bible magazine have launched a new podcast. Tell Me About It is the newest addition to the Distraction Pieces Network, and it gives listeners a chance to learn more about Scroobius Pip,...
The Trail Ahead: Conversations at the intersection of race, environment, history and cultureJuly 22, 2022
When The Trail Ahead launched in 2021, it became one of my favourite podcasts. From the beautiful cover art by Shar Tuiasoa, to the friendship of the hosts, Faith E. Briggs and Addie Thompson, it brings conversations around activism in the USA’s outdoors recreation scene to a wide audience in an accessible way. After a short hiatus, I was happy...
We Were Always Here: Untold stories of Britain’s HIV epidemicJuly 15, 2022
Every year, the British Podcast Awards bring new podcasts to my radar, but I’m also pleased when podcasts I’ve covered get the recognition they deserve. This year, one such podcast is We Were Always Here, which I featured as a new podcast back in December last year. The award-nominated series brings together the unheard voices and the untold stories of...
Dead Honest: Interviews about working with the dying and the deadJuly 12, 2022
Interviewing people who help us as we die and after we’re dead may seem like a very sombre niche for a podcast. But Georgie Vesty’s podcast, Dead Honest, gives a positive platform to these professions that are often overlooked. The podcast won The British Podcast Award in 2021 for Best Interview (sponsored by Pod Bible), and the judges said that...
Talking podcasts with Acast and Nothing Is RealJuly 1, 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 #021, Acast spoke to Adrian Carty, Producer of the Beatles...
Hannah Chissick and Laura Checkley share working class stories in The Proper Class PodcastJune 28, 2022
We’ve seen a lot of creators from the theatre world make their into podcasting over the last few years. For some, it was a result of the pandemic, when podcasts offered a way to continue making stories. But for others, the lure of podcasting is purely about the freedom to speak your mind, and pick the minds of others. In...
The inner workings of The Diary of a CEOJune 21, 2022
In Issue #021 of the Pod Bible Magazine, Apple Podcasts spoke to the team behind The Diary of a CEO about the importance of community and goals to expand their business. 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 their stories and how they...
Rory Bremner explores the fact and fiction in The Spying GameMay 19, 2022
Broadcaster, satirist and impressionist Rory Bremner is hosting a brand new podcast, The Spying Game, packed with fictional Hollywood spy tales and real-life espionage. Each week, host Rory Bremner sits down with a Hollywood filmmaker, international author or TV star, and a real-life international spy to separate the facts of true espionage from the fiction we see on screen. As...
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...
Yorkshire Grit: A sport-focused podcast about men’s mental healthMay 12, 2022
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week, and this year’s theme is Loneliness. There are many ways to connect with people, with sports being one of the most popular. Yorkshire Grit, produced by This is Distorted, is a podcast targeting some of the biggest issues in men’s mental health, aimed at unlocking the stigma and bringing sensitive subjects to the fore, no...
EUREKA! The podcast getting under the skin of science…May 9, 2022
From Issue #020 of the Pod Bible magazine, the regular column from Stak looked at the latest addition to the Football Ramble Presents feed. This is Breaking Bread. Last month, Stak launched its latest high profile entry into the world of science podcasts: Eureka! Science enthusiast Rick Edwards (5 Live Breakfast) and actual real-life scientist (and author) Dr. Michael Brooks...
Talking podcasts with Acast and Sisters In The CityApril 28, 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 #020, Acast speaks to Anna & Mandi Vakili about Sisters In...
Play On Podcasts: Shakespeare runs wildApril 23, 2022
It’s time to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Shakespeare! Although we can’t be exactly sure when William Shakespeare was born, April 23rd is traditionally taken as the playwright’s birthday. We wanted to mark the day by talking to a podcast that celebrates Shakespeare’s work. Play On Podcasts is a series of epic audio adventures from Next Chapter Podcasts, that reimagine the...
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