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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 Pod Bible Podcast is available to listen to on Acast, Spotify, Apple Podcasts and all good podcast outlets!

  • My Seven Wonders talk launching and producing a podcast remotely

    By May 7, 2021

    From Issue #014 of the Pod Bible magazine, the regular column from Stakhanov looked at the reality of launching and producing a podcast remotely. This is Breaking Bread. On the 17th of February, Stakhanov launched its newest show My Seven Wonders with Clive Anderson, co-produced with Alaska TV and hosted by legendary presenter and award winning comedian, Clive Anderson. Each...

  • Talking podcasts with Alexander J. Newall and Acast

    By April 20, 2021

    In each issue of the Pod Bible Magazine, our partners 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 our Let There Be Pod articles. In this addition, Acast speaks to Alexander J. Newall, one of the minds behind the cult-hit...

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    Flixwatcher celebrate as they hit 200 episodes!

    By March 26, 2021

    What’s the basis of a successful, long-running podcast? An accessible conversation? A discussion that we all want to take part in? Lots of bespoke and sometimes geeky references? Well it’s fair to say Flixwatcher has them all. The format is simple: two guests recommend a film on Netflix, everyone watches those chosen movies and then they join hosts Kobi Omenaka...

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    Abroad in Japan talk recording remotely, 5000 miles apart!

    By March 16, 2021

    Issue #013 of the Pod Bible magazine saw a new regular column from our partners Stakhanov. This is Breaking Bread. Chris Broad created his multi-award winning YouTube channel Abroad In Japan after moving to Japan to work as an English teacher in 2012. In the 8 years since its inception, Abroad In Japan has amassed over 2 million subscribers. Pete...

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    Self Care Club: Celebrating sisterhood this International Women’s Day

    By March 8, 2021

    Today marks International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic and political advances in women’s rights. But on a more personal level, it’s also a day to celebrate the wonderful women that populate your life. Self Care Club: Wellness, Road Tested has been offering not just a day, but a week of celebrating women. Last week, Lauren and...

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    Talking podcasts with Dane Baptiste and Acast

    By February 22, 2021

    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 #013, Acast speaks to stand-up comedian Dane Baptiste and his...

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    INTERVIEW // Our Voices – In the NHS

    By February 1, 2021

    Pod Bible is regularly contacted by people sharing their new podcasts, and the submissions range across every sector and industry. But one sector we’re always interested in spotlighting are podcasts about social issues that take on a role of outreach. We get to highlight one such podcast in the Good Samaritan section of the magazine, but occasionally something comes into...

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    Between The Lines with Melissa Reddy: Head Trauma in Football

    By December 17, 2020

    Between The Lines with Melissa Reddy is podcast production company Stakhanov’s latest endeavour in the football podcasting world. Launched in September of this year and hosted by expert football journalist Melissa Reddy, Between the Lines talks to the biggest names in football and discusses the subjects most interesting to fans – including the behind the scenes insight that underpins everything...

  • A Songwriter’s Conversation // Jim Adkins from Jimmy Eat World

    By August 25, 2020

    The music genre in podcasting is full of a variety of the weird and wonderful, from list programmes to shows dedicated to the entire discography of one artist. In Pass-Through Frequencies, the new podcast from Jimmy Eat World frontman Jim Adkins, we are invited to join a conversation on songwriting and the puzzle-solving techniques of some of our favourite musicians....

  • To the Archives with Chana Joffe-Walt from “Nice White Parents”

    By August 13, 2020

    For many, investigative journalism was their gateway to podcasts, with shows like Serial. Now, as the popularity of the medium grows, new programmes breathe life into the genre by exploring topics at the heart of some of today’s most crucial issues. Nice White Parents, a limited series on segregation within the New York City public school system, digs deep through archival documents...

  • LIFERS – A New Podcast from Ed Gamble

    By March 25, 2020

    Comedian and podcast host Ed Gamble is bringing you a new show all about one of his favourite things: metal. Gamble’s Lifers features interviews with lifelong metalheads from bands you love (and a few you’re destined to love soon.) Pod Bible sat down with Ed to chat about where the idea came from, who his dream guests are, and what he’s...

  • Pod Bible talks with Kate Hutchinson

    By March 19, 2020

    After hearing The Last Bohemians recommended on a episode of our Pod Bible Podcast, our new Online Editor Jordan Rizzieri (aka The Lady J) reached out to journalist and podcaster Kate Hutchinson to discuss the creative process behind the women-focused show and her approach to series 2, which is out now on The Last Bohemians website and everywhere you get your podcast content....

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