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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!

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    REVIEW / / Facing Evil with Rasha Pecoraro and Yvette Gentile

    By August 1, 2022

    Facing Evil is the latest offering from the hosts of the popular true crime podcast, Root of Evil. Writer and Podcaster Diana Safieh takes a listen… For those of you who missed Root of Evil, this 2019 hit saw hosts and sisters Rasha Pecoraro and Yvette Gentile unravel their own family secrets. They set about exploring their grandfather Dr George...

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    REVIEW // The RØDE PSA 1+ Professional Studio Arm

    By November 10, 2021

    Here at Pod Bible we’re regularly asked for our advice on podcasting equipment. With the market expanding quickly, a huge range of options have become available for every budget, whether it’s a lapel mic to plug into your phone or a full recording studio setup for your home. The problem is, it’s often hard to tell what’s actually worth purchasing...

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    REVIEW // Ian Wright’s Everyday People

    By June 2, 2021

    Ian Wright’s Everyday People is a Somethin’ Else production that aims to highlight everyday people who have achieved extraordinary things, despite encountering trials along the way. Hosted by footballer and broadcaster Ian Wright, the podcast talks to individuals who have experienced issues such as discrimination, cancer diagnosis, mental health problems and loss. Now at the end of its first season,...

  • REVIEW // Finding Natasha

    By May 17, 2021

    Finding Natasha is an epic family story of ballet dreams and a search for a lost friend, played out against the backdrop of Soviet Russia Every family has myths – the stories from older family members that are half-remembered, or half-told. Like many families, my own family stories range from the sublime (my Polish grandmother walking across continents as a...

  • REVIEW // Transmissions: The Definitive Story of Joy Division & New Order

    By April 21, 2021

    Not too many years ago, in what now feels like a totally different life, a friend and I were chatting about the music (beloved to us both) that came to the world via the famed Factory Records and the truly horrific admission that I’d never seen the film 24-Hour Party People. Now, in the midst of lockdown, that same friend...

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    REVIEW // French & Saunders: Titting About

    By February 17, 2021

    Pod Bible are proud partners with Audible, and they give a round-up of the most popular Audible Original podcasts in each issue of the Pod Bible Magazine. On the website, we will bring you a more in-depth look at some of those popular Audible Original Podcasts, starting with a fan-favourite listen, French & Saunders: Titting About.   If you watched any...

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    REVIEW // A LATTO Thought

    By December 8, 2020

    “Race is a lie that became real” is a line from a new show that doesn’t hold back in critiquing the misinformation that we’ve been given regarding race. Stay with me here. You really haven’t heard it all when it comes to talking about race. I imagine that you’ve been signposted to a few podcasts on this subject this year,...

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    REVIEW // Pieces of a Man with Brian Jackson

    By October 15, 2020

    If there ever was a podcast that I’d want see recreated into a Netflix documentary, this would be it. Hosted by Brian Jackson, and called Pieces of a Man – referencing his 1971 musical collaboration with poet and soul-jazz artist Gil Scott-Heron. Jackson also contributed to Heron’s remarkable hit of the same year ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.’ In...

  • REVIEW // The Intimacy of The Michelle Obama Podcast

    By August 28, 2020

    When we talk to friends, fellow podcast enthusiasts, and those in the industry, a term we hear over and over used to describe the value of podcasts is “intimate.” As podcast listening is usually a solitary experience, done through headphones or in our cars, a relationships develops between the listener and the podcaster. That kind of personal connection develops in...

  • REVIEW // California Love & the Compton Cowboys

    By August 7, 2020

    “LAist Studios exists to tell LA stories to the world.” That’s what you find in the “about” section of LAist Studios content, including Walter Thompson-Hernandez’s show California Love. The recent flight of shows from LAist Studios includes programs like Hollywood, The Sequel which explores how the entertainment industry can (and should) evolve, and Tell Them, I Am where host Misha Euceph speaks with...

  • REVIEW // Origins: It’s All (Still) Happening

    By July 17, 2020

    In honor of Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous turning 20, James Andrew Miller devoted the most recent chapter of his podcast Origins to exploring the film. Currently, the podcast features six chapters, previously covering Curb Your Enthusiasm, ESPN, Nick Saban, SNL, and Sex and the City. Now, over five episodes, Miller interviews the people who were there, creating one of the...

  • REVIEW // Gee Thanks, I’m Sweating

    By July 15, 2020

    I love getting podcast recommendations; it’s what Pod Bible was built on, and it remains one of the best ways to discover new shows. Last week, a friend mentioned Gee Thanks, Just Bought It, a podcast hosted by Caroline Moss where her guests introduce her audience to a product they love and where to get one of their very own....

  • REVIEW // Blacticulate – Stories That Stick

    By July 7, 2020

    A few weeks ago, we recommended the nine-part podcast About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge. At the end of those powerful episodes, Reni recommended several other programmes hosted by Black creators, which is how we came to learn about Blacticulate, a platform for elevating Black stories in the U.K. Founded by Ade Bamgbala, the platform produces podcasts, hosts workshops, and provides...

  • REVIEW // The Nod’s “The Cowboy of the West Village”

    By June 16, 2020

    Podcasts, as an artform or type of media, work best when they offer the listener something intimate. It could be a laugh, it could be solidarity, and it could be enlightenment. A few weeks ago when listening to the back catalogue of episodes available from a great podcast called The Nod (that has since moved to a new format over...

  • REVIEW // About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge

    By June 10, 2020

    Over the past week, we at Pod Bible have been saving Instagram posts and bookmarking tweets about how to educate ourselves through audio and how to support Black voices in the podcasting world. As an American woman editing a predominantly British podcasting blog, I wanted to be sure that while I explored these well-crafted, informative and fun shows, I took...

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